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abdomino abdomen
ano anus
appendico appendix
appendo appendix
ceco cecum (1st part of lg. Intestine)
cheilo lip
cholangio bile duct
chole gall, bile
choledocho common bile duct
colo colon (lg intestine - 2nd part)
colono colon (lg intestine - 2nd part)
diverticulo diverticulum or blind pouch extending from a hollow organ
duodeno duodenum (1st part of small intestine)
entero intestines - small intestines
esophago esophagus
gastro stomach
gingiva gum
glosso tongue
hepato liver
hernio hernia or protrusion of an organ through a body wall; rupture
ileo ileum (3rd part of small intestine)
jejuno jejunum (2nd part of small intestine)
laparo abdominal cavity
linguo tongue
oro mouth
palate palate (roof of the mouth)
pancreato pancreas
peritoneo peritoneum (membrane lining abd. cavity)
polypo polyp, small growth that extends from mucous membrane
procto rectum (lg. Intestine - 3rd part)
pyloro pylorus, pyloric sphincter
recto rectum
sigmoido sigmoid colon
stomato mouth
uvulo uvula (soft mass that hangs from roof of back of mouth)
hemi- half
-pepsia digestion
enema introduction of fluids/medications into rectum and large intestine
Created by: skopetsky