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Terminology - 6B

Medical Terms - Prefixes and Suffixes A-H

anencephalic without a brain
abduction away from, rotate
neuralgia nerve pain
antepartum before birth
antibacterial against bacteria
bilateral two sides
bradycardia slow heartbeat
circumrenal around the kidney
concentric together center; same center
dehydrate away from hydration
arthrodesis surgical fixation of a joint
diaplacental through the placenta
dysemia abnormal blood
ectocornea outer layer of the cornia
tonsillectomy tonsil removal
endogastric within the stomach
epigastric top of stomach
exophthalmus eyes bulging away from
extrasensory beyond senses
ferrokinetics study of iron metabolism
forehead before head
reniform kidney shaped
graphospasm writer's cramp
hemiparesis paralysis to one half of the body
hydrophobia afraid of water
hypertension high tension
hypothermic below temperature
Created by: Audie33