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word roots

suppuration formation or discharge of pus
slupination act of rotating the arm so that the palm of the hand is forward or upward
triage medical screening of patients to determin their relative priority of need and the proper placement of treatment
centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid for diagnostic purposes or to remove excess fluid
suffix usually, but not always, indicates the procedure, condition, disorder, or disease
prefix usually, but not always, indicates location, time, number or status
root word contains basic meaning of word. usually, but not always, indicates the involved body part
combining form a root word w/a vowel at the end so that a suffix beginning w/a consonant can be added. a (/) appears between root word & combining vowel
trauma wound or injury
viral pertaining to a virus
virile having the nature, properties, or qualities of an adult male
dernat skin
larying throat
lith stone
fissure groove or crack like soar of the skin
fistala abnormanl passage
ileum portion of small intestine
ilium part of the hip bone
dia through
Created by: SSchabow