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FinalCh12WordParts

QuestionAnswer
a p - without, absence
capnia s - condition of carbon dioxide
phonia s - condition of sound or voice
pnea s - condition of breathing
eu p - normal
hem r - blood
ptysis s - to cough up
thorax r - chest
hyper p - abnormally high or excessive
rhin r - nose
thorac r - chest
atel r - incomplete
ectasis s - expansion, dilation
in p - without
somn r - sleep
ia s - condition of
pneum r - lungs or air
osis s - condition of
myc r - fungus
trache r - trachea or windpipe
sten r - constriction or narrowness
metry s - process of measuring
meter s - instrument used to measure
pleur r - pleura
centesis s - surgical punture to aspirate fluid
sept r - septum (partition)
tomy s - cutting into
spir r - breathing
stomy s - surgical creation of an opening
pneum air
ox oxygen
py pus
Created by: waynestradling