suffix means large
prefix meaning many
combining form meaning heart
Respiratoy,Therapy, Social Services, Rehabilitation
are health specialists that report information reguarding a patient in a Ancillary Report
is information provided by a suffix
a prefix meaning fast
a suffix meaning drooping
a suffix meaning tumor or mass
a health care seeting that provides suportive treatment for terminally ill patients.
combining form meaning female
where the surgen reports the details of a surgery.
a prefix that means normal or good
is the comprehensive outline of the patients entire hospital stay.
a combining form that means to cut.
a health care setting that provides treatment in a private setting.
a suffix meaning excessive, abnormal flow
a suffix that means hernia or protusion
a prefix that means half
med.term. word part that gives the general meaning of the word.
infra-, hypo-, sub-,
are all prefixes that mean under or below.
a prefix that means backward
wood-root, suffix, and combining form
are all word parts in a medical term.
-ectomy, -plasty, -ostomy
are all suffixes that refer to surgical procedures
-scope, -graph, -meter
suffixes that refer to insruments.
-trophy, -plasia, -plasm
suffixes that mean development
a surgical suffixs that means puncture and withdraw fluid.
combining vowel rule
a prefix and & wood-roots
a prefix means with-in or inside
Health Maintenance Organization
a healthcare setting that provides services in a prepaid system
a combining form that means nose
information provided by a prefix
location of an organ, time, number of parts
a suffix that means narrowing
combining form that means shape
suffix that means inflammation
a suffix that means destruction
a prefix that means none
a healthcare setting that provides patients extra time to recover from illness or who can longer take care of themselves.
a prefix that means small
a suffix that means the process of measuring
records the patients care through out the day
pumps the blood throghout the body
pertaining to the side
intrchangeable with the ventrilcal
organ in the digestive system
a organ in the male reproduction system
divides the front and back planes of the body
study of the eyes
the study of tissue
tissue that conducts electrical impulses
tissue that produces movement
lying face up
interchangable with with cephalic
study of the skin
divides the body into left & right portions
organs in the respiratory system
more toward the front
tip or summit of a organ
the back region
contains digestive organs
outermost boundary of a cell
can be used if no confusion is a possibility.
Are adjective suffixes
-ory, -iac, -tic
prefixes that stand for numbers
tri-, quad-, bi-
a combining form that means to cut
a suffix that means pain