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EMTP - Med Terms 3

Essentials of A&P for Emergency Care - Brady Books 2011

QuestionAnswer
a singular
ac pertaining to
ad toward
al pertaining to
algesia pain
algia pain
apheresis removal
ar pertaining to
ary pertaining to
asthenia weakness
atresia closure;absence of a normal body opening
capnia carbon dioxide
cele hernia, swelling, protrusion
centesis surgical puncture
clasia break apart
clast break apart
crit separate
cusis hearing condition
syte cell
desis surgical fixation, fusion
drome run, running
dynia pain
eal pertaining to
ectasis expansion, dilation
ectomy exciion
elle small
emesis vomiting
emia blood (condition of)
emetic vomiting
gen formation, cause, produce
genesis origin, cause
genic pertaining to formation, causing, producing
gram recording
graph instrument for recording
graphy recording process
hemia blood (condition of)
ia diseased state (condition of)
ial pertaining to
iasis condition of
iatry treatment, specialty
ic pertaining to
ion pertaining to
ior pertaining to
is pertaining to
ism condition or disease
ist one who practices
itis inflammation
lepsy seizure
logist one who studies
logy study of
lytic, lysis to loosen, dissolve
malacia softening
meter measuring instrument
metry measurement
oid resemblance to
oma abnomal swelling, tumor
opia viion
opsy view of
osis process or condition that is usually abnormal
otomy cutting into, excision
ous pertaining to
oxia oxygen
paresis paralysis (minor)
pathy disease
penia abnormal reduction in number, deficiency
pepsia digestion
pexy surgical fixation, suspension
phagia eating or swallowing
phasia speaking
phil, philia loving, affinity for
phobia fear
phonia sound or voice
phylaxis protection
physis growth
plasia shape, formation
plasm something shaped
plasty surgical repair
plegia paralysis (major)
pnea breathing
poiesis formation
practic one who practices
ptosis falling downward (condition of)
ptysis spit out a fluid
rrhagia bleeding, hemorrhage
rrhaphy suturing
rrhea excessive discharge
rrhexis rupture
salpinx trumpet, fallopian tube
sarcoma malignant tumor
sclerosis hardening
scope viewing instrument
scopy process of viewing
sis state of
some body
spasm sudden, involuntary muscle contraction
statis standing still
stenosis narrowing, constriction
stomy surgical creation of an opening
tic pertaining to
tocia birth, labor
tome cutting instrument
tomy incision
tripsy surgical crushing
trophy nourishment, development
um pertaining to
uria urine, urination
y process of
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