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Oncology Med Terms

NHTC 19 Oncology Medical Terms

aden/o gland
blast/o embryonic cell
carcin/o cancer
cauter/o heat, burn
chem/o chemical, drug
cry/o cold
hist/o tissue
immun/o immune, immunity
leiomy/o smooth muscle
leuk/o white
mut/a genetic change
myel/o bone marrow, spinal cord
onc/o tumor
rhabdomy/o striated (skeletal muscle)
sarc/o flesh, connective tissue
ana- without, not
dys- bad, painful, difficult
hyper- excessive, above normal
hypo- under, below normal
meta- change, beyond
neo- new
chorion chorion
carcin cancer
oma tumor
leuk white
emia blood
myelo bone marrow, spinal cord
oma tumor
retino retina
blast embryonic cell
bi life
opsy view of
study of tumors oncology
specialist in study of tumors oncologist
forming, producing, origin of tumor oncogenesis
separation, destruction, loosening of a tumor oncolysis
cancerous tumor carcinoma
forming, producing, or origin of cancer carcinogenisis
morbid fear of cancer carcino phobia
tumor composed of fat adipoma, lipoma
tumor of glandular tissue adenoma
tumor composed of smooth muscle leiomyoma
tumor composed of nerve cells neuroma
sarcoma of bone ostosarcoma
sarcoma of smooth muscle leiomyosarcoma
sarcoma of cartilage chrondosarcoma
Created by: rmlgray