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Medical Terms HOE

-ago, -esis, -ia, -iasis, -osis Abnormal Condition, Disease
-ion Condition
-ism Condition, state of
-a, -e, -y noun ending
-um, -us singular noun ending
suffix is end or beginning? end
prefix is end or beginning? beginning
-neur/o nerves
plasty surgical repair
-itis inflammation
-gastr/o stomach
-enter/o small intestine
-gastroenteritis inflammation of the stomach and small intestine
-crani/o skull
-cranium portion of skull that holds the brain
thorac/o chest
thoracic pertaining to chest
-chole/o gallbladder
-lith/o stone
cholelithiasis gallstones
Color of cyan/o blue
color of erythr/o red
leuk/o white
melan/o black
poli/o gray
chondr/o cartilage
umbilical naval
epi above
hypo below
Created by: jlattin34585