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Week 2: Vocabulary

-necrosis death of cells or tissues
-sclerosis hardening of tissue
-stenosis narrowness
-centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
-scopy instrument use for viewing
-graphy recording
-gram record/ picture
-rrhage bleeding, excessive fluid discharge
-rrhapy to suture (stitch)
-rrhexis to rupture
-rrhea abnormal flow, discharge
-dynia pain
-ic pertaining to
-osis abnormal condition
-pathy negative feeling
-ostomy surgical creation
-otomy cut into
-ectomy surgical removal, cutting out, excision
supra- above, excessive
sub- under, less, below
ab- away
ad- increase
inter- between, among
intra- within, inside
arteri/o pertaining to an artery
arthr/o pertaining to the joints, limbs
ather/o fatty substance (plague)
cephal/o head
caud/o lower part of body, tail
coron/o crown
dist/o far
anter/o in front of
midsagitt/o at the middle
poster/o back
proxim/o near
trans- across
medi/o middle
later/o side
ventr/o belly
dors/o back of body
infer/o low
-plasi/a development, formation or growth
Created by: maian9