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medical term unit 6

medical terminology

anti against
balan penis
blast early immature
cele hernia, swelling
cervic neck, cervix
cide kill
colp vagina
crypt hidden
cyst bladder
glyc, gluc presence of sugars
gyn, gynec woman, female
hemat, hem blood
hist tissue
hyster uterus
intestin pertaining to intestines
lysis breakdown, destruction
men mouth, menstruation
megaly large
metr uterus, womb
nat, natal birth, born
neo new
nephr kidney
neur nerve
noct, nyct night
oilg little
oophor ovary
orch testes
pen,penile pertaining to penis
pexy surgical attachment or fixation
plasty surgical repair
phagia eat swallow
prostat pertaining to prostate gland
ptosis dropping of organ or part
pyel renal pelvis
py pus
ren Kidney
rrhea flow, discharge
rrhagia hemorrhage
rrhaphy suture
salping fallopian tube
spermat, sperm seed, semen
tripsy crush
ur, uria urine
ureter one of two ducts that transmit urine from each kidney to the bladder
urethr Urethra; urethral
vas vessel
F Female
GYN Gynecology
KUB Kidney Ureter Bladder
M Male
PAP Papanicolaou test
PID Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
TSE Testicular Self-Exam
UA Urinalysis
UTI Urinary Tract Infection
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