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Which combining form means muscle?
Which combining form means eyelid?
Which combining form means colon?
Which combining form means vessel?
Identify the combining form for death (of cells or whole body).
Which of the following combining forms means voice box?
Which combining form means time?
Which combining form means shape or form?
Which combining form means bone?
Which combining form means breast?
Which suffix means surgical puncture to remove fluid?
Which suffix means pain?
Which suffix means blood condition?
Which suffix means destruction, breakdown, or separation?
Which suffix means hardening?
Which of the following suffixes means deficiency?
Which suffix means development, formation, or growth?
Which of the following suffixes means opening to form a mouth?
Which of the following suffixes means treatment?
Which of the following suffixes means an instrument for visual examination?
This suffix means process of recording:
This suffix means excision, removal, resection:
This suffix means condition of producing, forming:
This suffix means drooping, falling, prolapse:
This suffix means controlling, stopping:
This suffix means to view:
This suffix means fear:
This suffix means hernia
This suffix means softening
This suffix means incision, cutting into:
The suffix meaning one who:
The suffix meaning condition, process:
The suffix meaning structure, tissue:
The suffix meaning little, small;
The suffix meaning development, nourishment
The suffix meaning enlargement
The suffix meaning study of
Which suffix means instrument for recording
Which suffix means condition?
Which suffix means disease condition?
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