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Med. Term. Suhailah6

Medical Terminology Prefixes, Suffixes, Combing Forms "F"

faci/o- face
factiti/o- artificial; made up
fallopi/o- uterine (fallopian) tube
fasci/o- fascia
fec/a- feces; stool
fec/o- feces; stool
femor/o- femur (thigh bone)
fer/o- to bear
ferrit/o- iron
ferr/o- iron
fertil/o- able to conceive a child
fet/o- fetus
fibrill/o- muscle fiber; nerve fiber
fibrin/o- fibrin
fibr/o- fiber
fibul/o- fibula (lower leg bone)
filtrat/o- filtering; straining
filtr/o- filter
fiss/o- splitting
fixat/o- to make stable or still
flatul/o- flatus (gas)
flex/o- bending
fluor/o- fluorescence
-flux flow
foc/o- point of activity
foli/o- leaf
follicul/o- follicle (small sac)
foramin/o- foramen (opening into a cavity or channel)
forens/o- court proceedings in criminal law
-form having the form of
format/o- structure; arrangement
fove/o- small, depressed area
fract/o- break up
fratern/o- close association or relationship
-frice thing that produces friction
front/o- front
fruct/o- fruit
fulgur/o- spark of electricity
fund/o- fundus (part farthest from the opening)
fundu/o- fundus
fung/o- fungus
fus/o- pouring
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