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Medical Terminology Flash Cards provides authoritative medical content to enhance and to refresh the learning process of medical terminology for medical language professionals and students. This flash cards made up of combing forms, prefixes, and suffixes. Each form is presented on the front of the card, and the definition and examples are given on the back. Also, examples of common medical terms after each combing form further enhance the learning process. Medical transcriptionists, medical sec…

vaccin/o

vaccine

vag/o

vagus nerve

vagin/o

vagina

valv/o, valvul/o

valve

varic/o

varicose veins

vari/o, variat/o

change, vary

vas/o

vessel, vas deferens

vascul/o

blood vessel

ven/o

vein

venere/o

sexual intercourse

ventil/o

to aerate, oxygenate

ventr/o

belly, front of the body

ventricul/o

ventricle of the heart or brain

venul/o

venule

verm/i

worm

verruc/i

wart

vers/o, -verse

turn, turning

vertebr/o

vertebra

vesic/o

urinary bladder

vesicul/o

seminal vesicle, a vesicle

vestibul/o

vestibule

vibr/o, vibrat/o

to quiver, shake

viril/o

masculine, manly

vir/o

virus

viscer/o

internal organs

viscid/o, viscos/o

sticky, glutinous

vit/o, vital/o

life

vitre/o

glassy, vitreous body

viv/i

life, alive

-volemia

blood volume

volv/o, volut/o

to roll

vulv/o

vulva

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