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acapnia a/capnia - p/s - condition of without, absence of carbon dioxide
anoxia an/oxia - p/s - condition of without, absence of oxygen
aphonia a phonia - p/s - condition of without, absence of sound or voice
apnea a/pnea - p/s - condition of without, absence of breathing
bradypnea brady/pnea - p/s - slow breathing
dysphonia dys/phonia - p/s - condition of difficult, painful sound or voice
dyspnea dys/pnea - p/s - difficult breathing
eupnea eu/pnea - p/s - nomal breathing
hemoptysis hem/o/ptysis - r/cv/s - to cough up blood
hemothorax hem/o/thorax - r/cv/r - blood in the chest
hypercapnia hyper/capnia - p/s - condition of abnormally high or excessive carbon dioxide
hyperpnea hyper/pnea - p/s - abnormally high or excessive breathing
hypopnea hypo/pnea - p/s - below nomal breathing
rhinorrhagia rhin/o/rrhagia - r/cv/s - hemorrhage or rapid flow of blood from the nose
rhinorrhea rhin/o/rrhea - r/cv/s - excessive discharge from the nose
tachypnea tachy/pnea - p/s - fast or rapid breathing
thoracalgia thorac/algia - r/s - chest pain
atelectasis atel/ectasis - r/s - incomplete expansion, dilation
insomnia in/somn/ia - p/r/s - condition of without sleep
pneumoconiosis pneum/o/coni/osis - r/cv/r/s - abnormal condition of dust in the lungs
pneumothorax pneum/o/thorax - r/cv/r - air in the chest
pyothorax py/o/thorax - r/cv/r - pus in the chest
rhinomycosis rhin/o/myc/osis - r/cv/r/s - abnormal condition of fungus in the nose
tracheostenosis trache/o/sten/osis - r/cv/r/s - abnormal condition of constriction or narrowness of the trachea
endoscopy endo/scopy - p/s - process of viewing within
lobectomy lob/ectomy - r/s - surgical removal or excision of a lobe
oximetry ox/i/metry - r/cv/s - process of measuring oxygen
oximeter ox/i/meter - r/cv/s - instrument used to measure oxygen
pleurocentesis pleur/o/centesis - r/cv/s - surgical puncture to aspirate fluid from the pleura
septotomy sept/o/tomy - r/cv/s - cutting into the septum (partition)
spirometer spir/o/meter - r/cv/s - instrument used to measure breathing
tracheostomy trache/o/stomy - r/cv/s - surgical creation of an opening into trachea/windpipe
Created by: waynestradling