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medical terms

QuestionAnswer
co together
epi above
peri around
syn together
intra within
endo inside
hyper excessive
some body
um structure; tissue
blast germ cell
ent end result
clast break
stasis stand still
plasm something formed
lyte soluble
ic pertaining to
ule small
ar pertaining to
ation process
id having a particular quality
in substance, chemical compund
us pertaining to
lus small
ior pertaining to
al pertaining to
emia blood condition
stomy new opening
ism condition
ion action, condition
oid resemble
ate composed of; pertaining to
logist one who studies
gen produced;form
ary pertaining to
cyte cell
elle small
transverse dividing the body into upper and lower portions
inferior situated below
superior situated above
anterior front surface of the body; situated in front
posterior back surface of the body; situated in front
dorsal situated behind
distal situated away from the center of the body
proximal situated nearest the center of the body
Sagittal dividing the body into right and left
Ventral pertaining to the belly
caudal pertaining to the tail
cephalic pertaining to the head
coronal dividing the body into anterior and posterior
prone flat on belly
supine flat on spine
Created by: shannonwilkins