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medicalterm prefixes

a- no/without
an- no/without
ab- away from
ad- toward
ante- before
pre- before
pro- before
anti- against
contra- against
bi- two
di- two
brady- slow
de- down from, removing
dia- through, between, across
dys- difficult/abnormal
ecto- outside/without/away from
ex- outside/without/away from
exo- outside/without/away from
en- inside
endo- inside
em- inside
eso- inside
epi- above/on
eu- good/normal
hemi- half
semi- partly
hyper- excessive, greater than normal
hypo- beneath/below normal, under
sub- beneath/below normal, under
in- not
infra- beneath
inter- between
intra- within/inside of
macro- large
mal- bad
meso- middle or moderate
micro- small
multi- many/excessive
poly- many/excessive
mono- one
uni- one
nulli- none
para- near, beside, resembling, abnormal
per- through, by, or completely
peri- around/near
post- after, behind
primi- first
re- back, again
retro- behind, backward
super- more than normal, excessive
supra- above, over
syn together
sym- union
tachy- fast
trans- across/through
uni- one
Created by: sdunaway