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VHNCCTC-Med Term 112

Medical Terminology- 1/30/2012-2/3/2012

-algia pain, painful condition
an/o anus, ring
chol/e bile, gall
cholecyst/o gallbladder
choledoch/o common bile duct
col/o colon, large intestine
dent/o tooth, teeth
dia- through, throughout, completely, between, apart
duoden/o duodenum, first part of small intestine
dynia pain
dys- difficult, bad, painful
-ectomy surgical removal
-emesis vomit
enter/o small intestine
epi- above, upon, on
esophag/o esophagus
gastr/o stomach, belly
gingiv/o gums, gingival tissue
gloss/o tongue
-gram a picture or record
hepat/o liver
hyper- high, beyond, excessive, above normal
hypo- low, under, beneath, down, below normal
-iasis abnormal condition, disease
ile/o ileum, small intestine
jejun/o jejunum
megal/o large, great
odont/o tooth
or/o mouth, oral cavity
-osis abnormal condition, disease
pancreat/o pancreas
peri- surrounding, around
-phagia eating, swallowing
pharyng/o throat, pharynx
-plasty surgical repair
proct/o anus, rectum
rect/o rectum, straight
-rrhaphy surgical suturing
-rrhea flow or discharge
-scope instrument for visual examination
-scopy visual examination
sial/o salivas
sigmoid/ sigmoid colon
-spasm sudden involuntary contraction, tightening, or cramping
-stenosis abnormal narrowing
stomat/o mouth oral cavity
-tome instrument to cut
-tomy process of cutting
Created by: vhooker