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Elliott Blue Suffix

Suffix terms from blue cards

-iac pertaining to
sacroiliac pertaining to the sacrum and ileum
-algia pain
neuralgia nerve pain
-ectomy excision,surgical removal
appendectomy removal of the appendix
-gram record
encephalogram record of the electrical activity of the brain
-ia condition of
dysphasia condition of difficult/abnormal speech
-ian specialist
technician specialist in technical procedures
-ism condition,method,or process
botulism a condition(illness) caused by exposure to Clostridium botulinum
-itis inflammation
nephritis inflammation of the kidney
-logy study,practice
dermatology study and treatment of skin disorders
-oid like,resembling
cardoid resembling a heart
-oma tumor
hematoma blood tumor
-pathy disease
osteopathy bone disease
scope- instrument for viewing or examining
microscope instrument for viewing or examining small(not visible to nake eye) specimens or objects
-tomy process of cutting,incision
laparotomy incision into the abdomen
Created by: wgelliott