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Flavin MED104 2018


a- without
ab- away from
ad- toward
ambi- both
an- without or absence of
ante- before
bi- two
anti- against
brady- slow
con- with or together
dys- painful
ecto- outside
endo- within
epi- upon, over, above
eu- normal or good
exo- outside
hemi- half
heter- or hetero different
hyper- excessive
hypo- low or under
infer- below
macro- large
micro- small
mega- large
mono- one
multi- many
neo- new
nulli- none
poly- many
pre- before
post- after
pseudo- false
peri- around
tachy- fast
trans- through
tri- three
uni- one
primi- first
pro- forward, preceding
pseudo- false
pyo-o pus
quad- four
re-, retro- back
semi- half
sym-, syn- together, joined
tachy- rapid, fast
tetra- four
trans- through, cross/across, or beyond
tri- three
uni- one
afebrile without fever
without jaundice anicteric
arrest to stop, inhibit, restrain
bifurcate having two forks, two branches
hypoplasia underdevelopment of a tissue, organ or body
multifocal pertaining to or arising from many locations
occlusion state of being closed or closing
regurgitation backward flow of solids or foods from stomach to mouth
superinfection a new infection caused by a different organism from that which caused the initial infection
unconscious not aware
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