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body word roots

aden gland
adren adrenal glands
appendic appendix
arthr joint
blephar eye lid
bucc cheek
cephal head
cervix neck of uterus
chole bill,gall
col colon,large intestine
crani skull
cyst sac of fluid,urinary bladder
dactyl fingers,toes
derm skin
enter within
gingival gums
hemo blood, relating to
histo all
lapar abdomen
lipo fat,lipid
mast breast
myelo spinal cord,bone marrow
naso nose
neuro nerve,nerve tissue
odont tooth
ophthalm eye,vision
latero side
angi blood or lymph vessels
arter artery
aur ear
bronchus bronchial tube
cardi heart
cerebr brain
cheil lip
chondr cartilage
cost rib
cut/o skin
cyt cell
dent tooth
dors back of body
gastro stomach
gloss tounge
hepat liver
hyster uterus
lingua tongue
mamm breast
myo muscle
myring ear drum
nephr kidney
ocular eye
oophor ovary
orch testicles
oss bone
oto eye
phleb vein
pleura side of body
pod foot
pulmon lung
ren kidney
salpingo fallopian tube
spondyl backbone
thorac chest
valv valve
vena vein
osteo bone
pedes foot
phren diaphram
pneum lung
proct anus, rectum
pyelo bowl of kidney
rhino nose
splen spleen
stoma mouth
vaso vessel
ventr belly,side of body
diagnosis identification of disease
diarrhea loose or watery stools
eponym a disease, structure named after someone
fissure is a groove or crack-like sore of the skin
fistula abnormal passage, usually between two internal organs. May be due to surgery.
acronym is a word formed from the initial letter of major parts.
acute condition has a rapid onset
angiography is the process of producing a radiographic (x-ray) study of the blood vessels after the injection of a contrast medium
arteriosclerosis is the abnormal hardening of the walls of an artery or arteries (arteri/o means artery, and -sclerosis means abnormal hardening
arthralgia pain in a joint or joints (arthr means joint, and -algia means pain).
Created by: blythej