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Terminology Basics

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In the word perinatology, which part is the combining form? In perinatology, "nat/o" is the combining form.
In the word cardiogram, which part is the suffix? In cardiogram, "-gram" is the suffix.
In the word oncologist, which part is the prefix? In oncologist, "oncol-" is the prefix.
In the word gastrointestinal, which part is the body of the word? In gastrointestinal, "intestine" is the body of the word.
To pluralize (reference to more than one) the word "carcinoma", you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-oma" with "-omata"
To pluralize (reference to more than one) the word "bacterium", you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-ia" with "-um"
To pluralize (reference to more than one) the word "metastasis", you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-sis" with "-ses"
To pluralize (reference to more than one) the word "corpus", you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-us" with "-i"
To pluralize (reference to more than one) the word "coccus", you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-us" with "-i"
To singularize (reference to just one) the word "indices" you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-ces" with "-ex"
To singularize (reference to just one) the word "amoebae" you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-ae" with "-a"
To singularize (reference to just one) the word "myopathies" you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-ies" with "-y"
To singularize (reference to just one) the word "thoraces" you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-aces" with "-ax"
To singularize (reference to just one) the word "pelves" you would replace the ending with ___. Switch "-es" with "-is"
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