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healthcare 1

chpt 1 pt 1

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[itis suffix for inflammation
lith(o)s greek root word for stone
psych(e) greek root word for mind
caud(a) latin root word for tail
or(is) latin root word for mouth
[al suffix for pertaining to
[ous suffix for pertaining to
cutane/o skin
derm/a skin
dermis greek for skin
cutis latin for skin
anti] prefix for without or opposite of
afebrile without a fever
erythr(o) red blood (combining form)
[cyte suffix for cell
erythrocyte red blood cell
hepat(o) liver
hepatitis liver inflammation
[plasty suffix for plastic surgery
[rrhea suffix for discharge
[tomy suffix for incision
end(o) prefix for internal
hypo] prefix for decrease
cal(ci) calcium (combining form)
[emia suffix for blood
peri] prefix for around
artical(o) joint (combining form)
[ar suffix for pertaining to
hyperemia increasing blood
endocardial pertaining to heart interior
SOB (abbr.) shortness of breath
stat latin for statim or immediately
CABG coronary arterty bypass graft
qn at night
qh every hour
cesarean section eponym for Julius Caesar born the same way
diagnosis (plural) diagnoses
prognosis (plural) prognoses
psychosis (plural) psychoses
atrium (plural) atria
Created by: terrilu