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Term Purple Mod

terminology for purple module

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bi- two, double
eso- inward
intra- within, in
extra- on the outside
exo- outward
mono- one
hyper excessive
-cusis hearing
-tropia the act of turning
-ptosis drooping, sagging
-opia, -opsia vision
-acusia hearing
-pexy put in place, fixation
aque/o water
ametr/o out of proportion
audi/o ear, hearing
acous/o hearing
aur/o ear, hearing
cycl/o ciliary body, circular, cycle
conjunctiv/o conjunctiva
core/o pupil
chrom/o colour
dipl/o double
fove/o pit
irid/o iris
kerat/o cornea, hard, horny
labyrinth/o labyrinth, maze, inner ear
macul/o spot
myring/o tympanic membrane, eardrum
nyctal/o night
nyct/o night
ot/o ear, hearing
optic/o eye, vision
ocul/o eye
presby/o old age
phac/o lens of the eye
py/o pus
salping/o eustachian tube
scot/o darkness
tympan/o tympanic membrane, ear drum
anis/o unequal
ambly/o dull, dim, wandering
audit/o ear, hearing
acoust/o hearing
blephar/o eyelid
canth/o corner of the eye
corne/o cornea
choroid choroids
cochle/o chochlea, snal, spiral
dacry/o tear, tear duct
ir/o iris
irit/o iris
lacrim/o tear, tear duct
lute/o yellow
mon/o one
mastoid/o mastoid process
noct/o night
myc/o fungus
opt/o eye, vision
ophthalm/o eye, vision
pinn/o external ear
pupill/o pupil
pseud/o fake, false
retin/o retina, net
staped/o stapes
strab/o squint-eyed
tars/o edge of eyelid
vitre/o vitreous humor, glassy
dacryocyst/o lacrimal sac
glauc/o gray
goni/o angle
phot/o light
vitr/o vitreous body (of eye)
a-, an- without, not
epi- above, upon
hypo- below, deficient in
sub- below
brady- slow
hydro- water
hyper- excessive
contra- against
pachy- thick
para- beside, beyond, around
syn- together, joined
uni- one
-algesia pain
-cele herniation, hernia
-algia pain
-lepsy seizure
-asthenia weakness or loss of strength
-esthesia feeling, sensation
-phasia speech
-kinesia movement
-plegia paralysis
-paresis slight paralysis
-plexy stroke
ambul/o walk
athet/o uncontrolled
cerebell/o cerebellum
ambulat/o walk
concuss/o shaken together
caus/o burning
crani/o cranium, skull
dendr/o branching
caust/o burning
encephal/o brain
gyr/o turning or folding
hemat/o blood
mening/o meninges
meningi/o meninges (membranes covering brain and spinal cord)
myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
narc/o numbness or stupor
plex/o plexus, network
radicul/o root, nerve root
synaps/o point of contact
sympath/o sympathetic nerve
ton/o tone, tension, pressure
synapt/o synapsis, pint of contact
ax/o axis or mainstream
cerebr/o cerebrum
cephal/o head
contus/o bruise
cortic/o cortex, outer region
convult/o coiled and twisted
dur/o dura mater
ganglion/o ganglion
gangli/o ganglion
gli/o neuroglia, glue
kinesi/o movement
medull/o inner section, medulla
noct/o night
neur/o, neur/i nerve, nervous system
poli/o gray matter of the brain/spinal cord
sulc/o groove
somn/o sleep
thalam/o thalamus, chamber
ventricul/o ventricle
lex/o word, phrase
sthen/o strength
lept/o thin, slender
thec/o sheath
juxta beside, next to
dia- through, across
per- through
retro- backward
poly- many, much
-phasia speech
exo- outward
endo- within
necro- death, necrosis
-dynia pain
-iasis abnormal condition
-rrhagia bursting forth
-rrhaphy sutures
-rrhea discharge flow
Created by: jasmineruth