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Arthr

a joint or articulation

arthritis

inflammation of one or more joints

Eu

Good, well, normal

eukinesia

normal movement

euphoria

exaggerated feeling of well being

chondro/ chondri

1) cartilage
2) granular or gritty

chondrocyte

a cartilage cell, found in the lacunae of the matrix of cartilage

Carcin/o

cancer

carcinogen

an agent that causes cancer

carcinogenesis

the production, development, or origin of cancer

edema

accumulation of excess amounts of fluid in cells, tissues, or cavities

ecchymosis

purplish patch caused by hemorrhage under the skin from injury or leaking from blood vessels

ascites

an abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in the peritoneal cavity causing swelling

Iatr/o

treatment

iatrogenic

unexpected side effects resulting from treatment by physician

podiatry

branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of diseases and injuries of the feet

Idio

1)unknown
2)peculiar, distinctive, individual

idiopathic

denotes a disease which arises spontaneously, or the cause is unknown

idiosyncrasy

abnormal/unexpected effect of a drug that is particular to an individual

mal

bad, a disorder

malformation

defective or abnormal development

malaise

vague feeling of bodily discomfort

onco

a tumor, bulk,mass

oncology

branch of medicine dealing with tumors

oncolytic

pertaining to the destruction of a tumor or neoplasm

neo

new or recent

neoplasm

tissue that grows more rapidly than normal and continues to grow even after the stimuli ceases

necr, necro

death or dead

necrosis

pathologic death of one or more cells

necrology

the science of the collection, and classification of mortality statistics

splanchn

the viseral

splanchnic

pertaining to or supplying the viscera

parieto

1) a wall
2) parietal bone

parietal

relating to the wall of any cavity or the partial bone of the skull

pedo

1) child
2) foot

pediatrics

medical specialty concerned with the study and treatment of children

pedal

relating to the feet

pod

foot or foot shaped

podiatrist

medical doctor concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of the feet

post

behind, after

postsynaptic

situated beyond or distal to synapse

postprandial

following a meal

pre

before, in front of

presynaptic

situated before or proximal to a synapse

petechiae

pinpoint sized hemorrhagic spots under skin

purpura

multiple pinpoint hemorrhages and accumulation of blood under the skin

pruritus

itching

urticaria

hives; an acute allergic reaction in which welts develop on skin

uresis

excretion in urine, urination

natriuresis

excretion of sodium in the urine

viscer

internal organ

visceromotor

relating to or controlling movement in the internal organs

phor

carrying, bearing, feeling

dysphoria

feeling of unpleasantness or discomfort

exophoria

tendency for one eye to deviate outward when fusion is suspended

oma

a tumor or neoplasm

sarcoma

connective tissue tumor, highly malignant

carcinoma

a malignant neoplasm derived from epithelial tissue

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