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Prefixes/Suffixes 2

Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots/Terms Part 2!

Supra above; upper
Sub Under; below
Ab Away from
Ad Toward
Inter Between
Intra Within; into
Arteri/o Artery
Arthr/o Joint
Ather/o Plaque (fatty substance)
Ectomy Removal
Pathy Disease
Ic Pertaining to
Dynia Pain
Rrhage Bursting forth (of blood)
Rrhaphy Suture
Rrhea Flow; Discharge
Rrhexis Rupture
Scopy Visual examination
Stenosis Tightening; Stricture
Sclerosis Hardening
Centesis Surgical puncture to remove fluid.
Gram Record
Graphy Process of recording
Cephal/o Head
Caud/o Lower part of body
Coron/o Toward the head
Dist/o Far; distant
Anter/o Front
Medi/o Middle
Dors/o Back
Poster/o Back (of body); behind
Proxim/o Near
Trans Across; through
Later/o Side
Ventr/o Belly side of body
Midsagitt/o At the middle, from top to bottom
Infer/o Below, beneath
Necrosis Death of tissue
Osis Disease, abnormal condition
Ostomy Surgically creating a new opening or mouth
Otomy A cutting operation
Created by: Cunningham101