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rpr medical 1

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abdomin/o
abdomen
aden/o
gland
appendic/o
appendix
arteri/o
artery
athr/o
joint
ather/o
fatty, porridge-like
audi/o
hearing
cardi/o
heart
cephal/o
head
cerebr/o
cerebrum
cost/o
ribs
cyst/o
bladder
dactyl/o
fingers, toes
dent/o
tooth, teeth
duoden/o
first section of small intestine
encephal/o
brain
enter/o
small intestine
gastr/o
stomach
gloss/o
tongue
hem/o hemat/o
blood
hepat/o
liver
hyster/o
uterus
irid/o
iris
lapar/o
abdominal wall
lingu/o
tongue
mamm/o mast/o
breast
my/o
muscle
myel/o
spinal cord, bone marrow
nephr/o ren/o
kidney
neur/o
nerve
oophor
ovary
ophthalm/o
eye
orth/o
straight
orchi orchid/o
testicle
oste/o
bone
ot/o
ear
pancreat/o
pancreas
pharyng/o
pharynx
phleb/o
vein
proct/o
rectum and anus
pheum/o
lungs
pyel/o
renal pelvis
rhin/o
nose
salping/o
fallopian tube
stomat/o
mouth
thorac/o
thorax (chest)
trache/o
trachea (windpipe)
tympan/o
eardrum
ureter/o
ureter
urethr/o
urethra
a-
without, lack of
ab-
away from
ad-
toward, to, near to
ante-
before, forward
anti-
against, opposed to, reversed
bi-
twice, double
com- con-
with, together
dia-
through, apart, completely
dys-
bad, painful, difficult
e- ex-
out, away from
endo-
within
hyper-
over, above, excessive
hypo-
under, below, deficient
inter-
between
intra-
within
peri-
around
pre- pro-
in front of, before
poly-
many
post-
after, behind
semi-
half
sub-
under
sym- syn-
together
trans-
across, through, beyond
-algia -dynia
pain
-blast
embryonic cell
-cele
herniation
-cide
to kill or destroy
-clysis
washing, irrigation
-cyte
cell
-ectasia
stretching, dilation
-ectomy
excision, cut out
-emia
blood
-genesis
generating, producing, forming
-graph
instrument used to record
-graphy
the process of making a picture or recording
-gram
picture, record
-itis
inflammation
-logist
one who studies
-logy
study of
-megaly
enlargement
-meter
instrument to measure or count
-metry
process of measuring or counting
-oid
like, resembling
-oma
tumor
-opia
vision
-osis
condition
-ostomy
new opening
-pathy
disease
-penia
deficiency
-pexy
surgical fixation
-philia
attraction for (an increase in cell numbers)
-phobia
fear of
-plasia
development and growth of tissue, organ, body part
-plasty
surgical repair or reconstruction
-plegia
paralysis
-pnea
breath
-ptosis
drooping, sagging, prolapse
-rrhaphy
to suture or stitch
-rrhagia
bursting forth
-rrhea
flow or discharge
-rrhexis
rupture, splitting, tearing apart
-scope
instrument for visual examination
-scopy
process of visual examination
-stasis
stopping, controlling
-tome
instrument to cut
-tomy -otomy
incision, cutting into
-tripsy
surgical crushing
-trophy
nourishment, development, growth
-uria
urine
cele-
herniation
gingiv/o
gums
col/o
colon (large intestine)
ectasia
stretching or dilatation
cheil/o
lips of the mouth
hepat/o
liver
phon/o
voice
duoden
duodenum; the first part of the small intestine
duodenum
The first section of the small intestine
lith/o
stone or calculus
chole
gall
leuk/o
white
chlor/o
green
xanth/o
yellow
cyan/o
blue
erythr/o
red
melan/o
black
phag/o
eat, swallow
pne/o
breathe, breathing
men/o
menstruation
peps/o
digestion
audi/o
hearing; the sense of hearing
-gram -graph
pictures, record
cyte
cell
hist/o
tissue

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