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48 terms
Greek/Latin Medical Terminology
Vessel
Joint
Slow
Airway
Ang
Arthro
Brady
Bronch
Vessel
Ang
Joint
Arthro
32 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology
-able
-ible
-ile
-ac
ability ... palatable
ability... flexible
ability... fragile
related to, concerning, pertaining to... cardiac
-able
ability ... palatable
-ible
ability... flexible
41 terms
Greek/Latin Medical Terminology
Vessel
Joint
Slow
Airway
Ang-
Arthro-
Brady-
Bronch-
Vessel
Ang-
Joint
Arthro-
32 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 8
allo-
ambly-
aniso-
atel-
abnormal
dull
unequal
imperfect
allo-
abnormal
ambly-
dull
27 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 4
-osis
-ostomy
-otomy
-pexy
abnormal condition
form an opening
incision into
fixation
-osis
abnormal condition
-ostomy
form an opening
114 terms
Latin <-> Greek medical terminology
glandula, ae, f.
vir, vir, m.
carbō, carbōnis, m.
lentus, a, um
adēn, adenos
anēr, andros
anthrax, anthrakos
bradys
glandula, ae, f.
adēn, adenos
vir, vir, m.
anēr, andros
29 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 6
dia-
per-
trans-
dorsi-
across
across
across
back
dia-
across
per-
across
29 terms
Medical Latin and Greek Terminology 5
a-
an-
ab-
apo-
not
not
away from
away from
a-
not
an-
not
32 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 7
im-
in-
ir-
non-
not
not
not
not
im-
not
in-
not
28 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 2
-cle
-cule
-culum
-culus
small
small
small
small
-cle
small
-cule
small
27 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 3
-ectomy
-ema
-emia
-ferent
excision
swelling
blood
carry
-ectomy
excision
-ema
swelling
31 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 1
-able
-ible
-ile
-ac
ability
ability
ability
related to, concerning, pertaining to
-able
ability
-ible
ability
74 terms
Greek / Latin Medical Terminology (Roots)
Aden/o
adip/o
angi/o
ankyl/o
gland
fat
vessel
bent
Aden/o
gland
adip/o
fat
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 4
pan-
pedia-
pedo-
per-
all
child
foot
through, across
pan-
all
pedia-
child
Latin and Greek Medical Terminology: Plurals
humerus
radius
phenomenon
vertebra
humeri
radii
phenomena
vertebrae
humerus
humeri
radius
radii
Medical Terminology: Greek and Latin Derivations
aden
aorte
bronchos
cheir
gland
aorta
gullet
hand
aden
gland
aorte
aorta
47 terms
Greek / Latin Medical Terminology (Prefixes)
A- (Asymptomatic)
Ab- (Abduction)
Ad- (Adduction)
Af- (Afferent)
Without
Away (From)
Towards (In the Direction Of)
Towards (Near)
A- (Asymptomatic)
Without
Ab- (Abduction)
Away (From)
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 3
eury-
gen-
gingivo-
glio-
broad
producing, coming to be
gum
glue
eury-
broad
gen-
producing, coming to be
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 1
-ac, -ic, -tic
-agra
-algia
-atresia
related (pertaining) to, concerning
attack, seziure
pain
abnormal closure
-ac, -ic, -tic
related (pertaining) to, concerning
-agra
attack, seziure
Medical Terminology of Greek and Latin Roots
greek origin
latin origin
speaking/defining the term
plural of phalanx
diseases that affect organs
body's organs
start from the right
phalanges
greek origin
diseases that affect organs
latin origin
body's organs
40 terms
Greek / Latin Medical Terminology (Suffixes)
-ac (Cardiac)
-al (Frontal)
-algia (Fibromyalgia)
-ar (Muscular)
About (Pertaining to)
Pertaining to
Pain
About
-ac (Cardiac)
About (Pertaining to)
-al (Frontal)
Pertaining to
169 terms
Medical Terminology and Abbreviations (Latin/Greek)
a- an-
ab- abs-
ad-
anti-
without, not
away from
toward, near
against
a- an-
without, not
ab- abs-
away from
Medical Terminology (Greek to Latin) (MSU)
hem (blood)
myc (fungus)
lip (fat)
ot (ear)
sanguin (blood)
fung (fungus)
adip (fat)
aur (ear)
hem (blood)
sanguin (blood)
myc (fungus)
fung (fungus)
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology 2
a-, an-
ab-, apo-
acro-
ad-
without, not
away from
extremity
to, toward, near
a-, an-
without, not
ab-, apo-
away from
Latin <> Greek medical terminology #2
sensatio
dolor
origo
axis
aisthēsis
algos
archē
axōn, axonos
sensatio
aisthēsis
dolor
algos
42 terms
Quiz 2 - Medical Greek and Latin Terminology
a-, an-
ab-, apo-
acro-
ad-
without, not
away from
extremity
to, toward, near
a-, an-
without, not
ab-, apo-
away from
43 terms
Quiz 3 - Medical Greek and Latin Terminology
eury-
gen-
gingivo-
glio-
broad
producing, coming to be
gum
glue
eury-
broad
gen-
producing, coming to be
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology -- Set #3
ectomy
ema
emia
ferent
excision
swelling, distension
blood
bear, carry
ectomy
excision
ema
swelling, distension
Medical Terminology (Greek/Latin numbers and colors)
hemi- (prefix)
mon-
prot-
di- (prefix)
half
one
first
two
hemi- (prefix)
half
mon-
one
30 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology- Set 8
Allo
Ambly
Aniso
Atel
Not normal
Dim, dull
Unequal, dissimilar
Imperfect
Allo
Not normal
Ambly
Dim, dull
15 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 12 Latin and Greek
lavage
mutation
immune
toxin
to wash
to change
protected from
poison
lavage
to wash
mutation
to change
43 terms
Quiz 4 - Medical Greek and Latin Terminology
pan-
pedia-
pedo-
per-
all
child
foot
through, across
pan-
all
pedia-
child
Set 2, medical greek and latin terminology
cle
cule
culum
culus
small
small
small
small
cle
small
cule
small
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology -- Set #5
a-
an-
ab-
apo-
without
without
away from
away from
a-
without
an-
without
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology -- Set #6
dia-
per-
trans-
dorsi-
through, across
through, across
through, across
back
dia-
through, across
per-
through, across
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology -- Set #7
im-
in-
ir-
non-
not
not
not
not
im-
not
in-
not
42 terms
Greek and Latin Medical Terminology pgs 3 + 4
a-,an-
ab-, apo-
acro-
ad-
without, not
away from
extremity
to, toward, near
a-,an-
without, not
ab-, apo-
away from
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology -- Set #8
allo-
ambly-
aniso-
atel-
not normal
dim
unequal
imperfect
allo-
not normal
ambly-
dim
43 terms
medical greek and latin terminology quiz 3
eury
gen
gingivo
glio
broad
producing, coming to be
gum
glue
eury
broad
gen
producing, coming to be
41 terms
medical greek and latin terminology quiz 1
ac, ic, tic
agra
algia
atresia
related (pertaining) to, concerning
attack, seizure
pain
abnormal closure
ac, ic, tic
related (pertaining) to, concerning
agra
attack, seizure
Quiz 3 - Medical Greek and Latin Terminology
eury-
gen-
gingivo-
glio-
broad
producing, coming to be
gum
glue
eury-
broad
gen-
producing, coming to be
Medical Terminology Greek and Latin Numbers and Colors
hemi-
semi-
mon-
un(i)-
half (greek)
half (latin)
one (greek)
one (latin)
hemi-
half (greek)
semi-
half (latin)
28 terms
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology Set #2- Suffixes
-cle
-cule
-culum
-culus
small
small
small
small
-cle
small
-cule
small
411 terms
Medical Terminology: Greek & Latin Roots and Affixes
a
ab
abrad/o, abras/o
ad
without, not or lack of
from, away from
rub or scrape off
to, toward, near
a
without, not or lack of
ab
from, away from
medical greek and latin terminology -- set #4
osis
ostomy
otomy
pexy
abnormal condition
form an opening
incision into
fixation, suspension
osis
abnormal condition
ostomy
form an opening
Medical Greek and Latin Terminology - Quiz 2
a-, an-
ab-, apo-
acro-
ad-
without, not
away from
extremity
to, toward, near
a-, an-
without, not
ab-, apo-
away from
28 terms
Medical Greek/Latin Terminology - Set #2
-cle
-cule
-culum
-culus
Small... corpusCLE
small... moleCULE
small... tuberCULUM
small... calCULUS
-cle
Small... corpusCLE
-cule
small... moleCULE
23 terms
Medical Terminology Ch. 6 Latin/Greek
L-The chest
L-Hollow
G-Lift up
L-Turban
Sternum
cavity
aorta
mitral
L-The chest
Sternum
L-Hollow
cavity
20 terms
Medical Terminology Ch.10 Latin and Greek
perfuse
a plug
diastole
mitral
to pour
embolus
dilation
turban
perfuse
to pour
a plug
embolus
50 terms
Medical Terminology Words with Latin/Greek Meanings
cartilage
ligament
muscle
tendon
(latin gristle) Nonvascular, firm connective tissue found mos…
(latin band, sheet) Band of fibrous tissue connecting two str…
(latin muscle) A tissue consisting of cells that can contract
(latin sinew) Fibrous band that connects muscle to bone
cartilage
(latin gristle) Nonvascular, firm connective tissue found mos…
ligament
(latin band, sheet) Band of fibrous tissue connecting two str…
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