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AHS1001 prefixes

medical terminology Prefixes

epi above, upon
hypo under, below, deficient
infra under, below
sub under, below
inter between
post after, behind
pre before, in front of
pro before, in front of
retro backward, behind
bi two
dipl double
diplo double
hemo one half
hyper excessive, above normal
macro large
micro small
mono one
uni one
multi many, much
poly many, much
primi first
quadri four
tri three
ab from, away from
ad toward
circum around
peri around
dia through, across
trans through, across
ecto outside, outward
exo outside, outward
extra outside, outward
endo in, within
intra in, within
para near, beside, beyond
super upper, above
supra above, excessive, superior
ultra excess, beyond
a without, not
an without, not
anti against
contra against
brady slow
dys bad, painful, difficult
eu good, normal
hetero different
homo same
homeo same
mal bad
pan all
pseudo false
syn union, together, joined
sym union, together
tachy rapid
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