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cerebr-o cerebrum
crani-o skull
encephal-o brain
gli-o glue
kinesi-o movement
mening-o meninges
myel-o spinal cord;bone marrow
narc-o stupor; numbing
neur-o nerve;nervous system
thalam-o thalamus;chamber
ton-o tone;tension;pressure
ventricul-o ventricle(of heart or brain)
algesia pain
algia pain
esthesia feeling; sensation
lepsy seizure
phasia speech
ANS autonomic nervous system
CNS central nervous system
CSF cerbrospinal fluid
CVA cerebrovascular accident
EEG electroencephalogram
HNP herniated nucleus pulposus(herniated disk)
LP lumbar puncture
MRI magnetic resonance imaging
MS multiple sclerosis
R/O rule out
TIA Transient ischemic attack
ambly-o dull;dim
aque-o water
audi-o hearing
blephar-o eyelid
core-o pupils
choroid-o choroid
corne-o cornea
cycl-o ciliary body
dacry-o tear; lacrimal sac
irid-o iris
kerat-o cornea;horny tissue
labyrinth-o inner ear; labyrunth
myring-o tympanic membrane
ocul-o eye
opthalma-o eye
opt-o vision;eye
phac-o lens
presby-o old age
pupill pupils
retin-o retina
salping-o eustacian tube; oviduct
scler-o sclera;hardening
staped-o stapes
tympan-o tympanic membrane
opia vision
tropia turning
eso inward
exo outward
ENT ear, nose, throat
OD right eye
OS left eye
OU both eyes
REM rapid EYE Movement
Created by: danielleboyd