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Chapter 1- word part

word parts and their meanings from chapter one.

Cyan/o blue
Erythro/o red
Leuko/o white
Melano/o black
Poli/o grey
Cardi heart
Tonsill/o tonsil, throat
itis inflammation
Ectomy surgical removal, cutting out, excision
Neur/o nerve
Plasty Surgical repair
Gastr/o Stomach, belly
Enter/o small intestine
Crani skull
Osis abnormal condition, disease
Path disease, suffering, feeling, emotion
Ology the science or study of
Algia pain, painful condition
Dynia pain
Malacia abnormal softening
Arteri/o artery
Sclerosis abnormal hardening
Megaly enlargement
Hepat/o liver
Stenosis abnormal narrowing
Centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
Abdomen/o abdomen
Graphy the process of producing a picture or record
Angi/o blood or lymph vessels
Endo in, within, inside
Scopy visual examination
Hem/o blood, relating to blood
Rrhage & rrhagia bleeding, abnormal excessive fluid discharge
Rrhea flow or discharge
Rrhexis rupture
My/o muscle
Nat birth
Al pertaining to
Peri surrounding, around
Ab away from, negative, absent
Ad toward, to, in the direction of
Dys bad, difficult, painful
Eu good, normal, well, or easy
Hyper excessive, increased
Hypo deficient, decreased
Inter between, among
Intra within, inside
Sub under, less, or below
Super & supra above, higher than, upper, excessive
Laryng larynx, throat
Rhin/o nose
Ot/o ear, hearing
Lith stone, calculus
Otomy cutting, surgical incision
Appendic appendix
Myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
Pathy disease, suffering, feeling, emotion
Ologist specialist
Ostomy surgically creating an opening
Pyr fever, fire
Py/o pus
Pyel/o renal pelvis, bowl of kidney
Derma skin
Created by: HillbillyHol26