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Med. Term. Unit I


acro / o extremity
aden / o gland
carcin / o cancer
cardi / o heart
cephal / o head
cerebr / o cerebrum
crani / o skull
cyan / o blue, blueness
cyt / o cell
derm / o skin
duoden / o first portion of the small intestine
encephal / o brain
erythr / o red
gastr / o stomach
ile / o last portion of small intestine
jejun / o middle portion of small intestine
leuk / o white
log / o study of
malac / o softening (of tissue)
melan / o black
muc / o mucus
path / o disease
thromb / o clot
hyper above, more than normal, over
hypo below, less than normal, under
algia pain
ectomy excision, removal
emia blood
gram record
graph instrument to record
graphy process of recording
ist one who
itis inflammation
oid resembling
oma tumor
osis increase in, condition of
ostomy permanent opening
otomy temporary opening, incision
penia decrease in, not enough, lack of
trophy development
Created by: bking6827