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PHB 110 Wk 2 Term test -- Additional Terms

hemorrhage severe bleeding
-stasis stopping or controlling
a- no, not or without
an- no, not or without
dys- difficult, harmful, painful
dyspepsia difficult digestion
pne/o breathe
apnea no breathing
brady- slow
bradycardia slow beating heart
tach/o fast, rapid
tachy fast, rapid
tachycardia rapid heart beat
scler/o hard
arteri/o artery
arteriosclerosis hardening of the arteries
megal/o enlarged
-megaly enlarged
hepatomegaly enlarged liver
my/o muscle
myocarditis infammation of heart muscle
edema fluid collection in tissue
nephr/o kidney
-rrhaphy suture
necr/o death
auto- one, self
-lysis breakdown, destruction, separation
hemolysis destruction of blood cells
oste/o bone
-oma mass, tumor
carnic/o cancer
osteocarcinoma bone cancer, cancerous tumor of bone
hyper- above normal, increase, above
Created by: djbroder