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QuestionAnswer
-ad toward
-algia pain
-crine secreting
-cytosis condition of cells
-derma skin
-dynia pain
-ectasia expansion, dialation
-ectomy removal of
-edema swelling
-ema condition
-emesis vomiting
-emia blood
-emic relating to blood
-gram a recording
-graph recording instrument
-graphy process of recording
-ic pertaining to
-itis inflammation
-kinesis movement
-logist one who practices
-logy study, practice
-megaly enlargement
-meter measuring device
-metry measurement
-opsy view of
-ostomy opening
-pathy disease
-pepsia digestion
-pexy fixation, usually done surgically
-phobia fear
-plasty surgical repair
-plegia paralysis
-rrhage discharging heavily
-rrhagia heavy discharge
-rrhea a flowing, flux
-rrhexis rupture
-scope instrument (especially one used for observing or measuring)
-scopy use of an instrument for observing
-stomy opening
-tomy cutting operation
Created by: nwalsh