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Human Anatomy

Human Anatomy (Marieb, Mallatt, Wilhelm 5th Ed.) Suffixes

-Graph An Instrument Recording Data or Writing
-Opia Defect of the Eye
-Mania Obsession, Compulsion
-Malacia Soft
-Gram A Record, A Recording of Data
-Lemma Sheath, Husk
-Ferent Carry
-Ectomy Cutting Out, Surgical Removal
-Elle, -Ell Small
-Esthesi Sensation
-Gen An Agent That Initiates
-Fuge Driving Out
-Form, -Forma Shape
-Glea, -Glia Glue
-Ia Condition
-Itis Inflammation
-Iatrics Medical Specialty
-Odyn Pain
-Emia Condition of the Blood
-Cide Destroy, Kill
-Stomy Establishment of an Artificial Opening
-Plegia Papalysis
-Plasty Reconstruction of a Part
-Uria Urine
-Ty Condition of State
-Tomy To Cut
-Stasis Arrest, Fixation
-Stalsis Compression
-Scope Instrument Used For Examination
-Rrea Flow, Discharge
-Plasm Form, Shape
-Ory Referring to, of
-Rrhagia Abnormal or Excessive Discharge
-Oid Like, Resembling
-Lysis Loosening or Breaking Down
-Logy The Study of
-Phobia Fear
-Phil, -Philo LIke, Love
-Pathy Disease
-Oma Tumor
-Clast Break
-Ac Reffering to
-Algia Pain in Certain Part
-Able Able to, Capable
-Crine Separate
-Cipit Head
-Ary Associated With
-Ceps The Head
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