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POH Parts #2

Prinsiples of Health word parts/ vocab list #2

epi- above, over, upper
endo- within
post- after, behind
-ium structure, tissue
-ia abnormal conditon, disease
derm/o skin
gastr/o stomach
-paresis paralysis
-scopy process of visula examination
LLQ Left Lower Quadrant
RLQ Right Lower Quadrant
LUQ Left Upper Quadrant
RUQ Right Upper Quadrant
cardi/o Heart
-malacia Softening
anter/o before, in fron of (anterior)
ventr/o front of the body, frontal (ventral)
poster/o behind, toward the back (posterior)
dors/o to the back, back (dorsal)
super- supra- above, beyond (Superior)
infra/o below, beneath (inferior)
medi/o toward the midline (Medial)
later/o toward the side, away from the midline (Lateral)
-pnea Breathe
Ipsilateral On the same side
Unilateral On one side
Contralateral On the opposite side.
Bilateral On 2 (both) sides
Distal Far or farther from the point of attachment/origin
Proximal Close or nearer to the point of attachment/Origin
Supine Lying on one's back
Prone Lying on one's belly.
Created by: Burnpro56