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adeno gland
rhabdo rod-shaped, striated
plasia condition of, development
proximo near
caudo tail
rhytido wrinkles
strepto twisted chains
choledocho common bile duct
stomato mouth
spondylo vertebra
schisis split, fissure
esthesio sensation, sensitivity, feeling
rhizo nerve root
belpharo eyelid
opia vision (condition)
stapedo stpaes (middle ear)
myringo tympanic membrane (eardrum)
blasto developing cells, germ cells
azoto urea, nitrogen
apheresis removal
penia abnormal, reduced numbers
stenosis narrowing
capno carbon dioxide
pnea breathing
pexy surgical fixation, suspension
pituitaro pituitary gland
drome run, running
balano glans penis
orchido testis, testicles
trachelo cervix
oophoro ovary
astresia absence of normal body opening
ophamlo umbilicus, navel
rrhexis rupture
cephalo head
Created by: amscott29