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Ch 2 [All Prexfies, Suffixes, & Combining Forms] Quick & Easy Medical Terminology 6th Edition By Peggy C. Leonard

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Section 1

Question Answer
-erone who
-istone who
-iatricianpractitioner
-logistone who studies; specialist
-acpertaining to
-alpertaining to
-icpertaining to
-logicpertaining to the study of
-logicalpertaining to the study of
-iatricsmedical profession or treatment
-iatrymedical profession or treatment
-logystudy or science of
-centesissurgical puncture
-ectomy excision (cutting out)
-lysisprocess of loosening, freeing, or destroying
-pexysurgical fixation
-plastysurgical repair
-rrhapysuture
-scopyvisual examination w/ a lighted instrument
-stomyformation of an opening
-tomeinstrument used for cutting
-tomyincision (cutting into tisse)
-tripsysurgical crushing
-algiapain
-dyniapain
-celehernia
-ectasiadilatation (enlargement/stretching)
-ectasisdilatation (enlargement/streching)
-edemaswelling
-emesisvomiting
-emiacondition of the blood
-iacondition
-iasiscondition
-itisinflammation
-lithstone or calculus
-malaciaabnormal softening
-maniaexcessive preoccupation
-megalyenlargement
-oidresembling
-omatumor
-osiscondition (abnormal)
-pathydisease
-peniadeficiency
-phobiaabnormal fear
-ptosisprolapse (sagging)
-rrhageexcessive bleeding (hemorrhage)
-rrhagiaexcessive bleeding (hemorrhage)
-rrheaflow or discharge
-rrhexisrupture
-spasmtwitching, cramp
-stasisstopping, controlling
-ablecapable of, able to
-iblecapable of, able to
-acpertaining to
-alpertaining to
-anpertaining to
-arpertaining to
-arypertaining to
-ealpertaining to
-icpertaining to
-ivepertaining to
-ticpertaining to
-aseenzyme
-eummembrane
-iummembrane
-iacondition or theory
-ismcondition or theory
-iacone who suffers
-opiavision
-osesugar
-ouspertaining to or characterized by
-ystate or condition
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Section 2

Question Answer
cardi/oheart
crin/oto secrete
dermat/oskin
esthesi/ofeeling or sensation
gastr/ostomach
enter/ostomach
ger/aelderly
ger/oelderly
geront/oelderly
gynec/ofemale
immun/oimmune
ne/onew
nat/obirth
neur/onerve
obster/omidwife
onc/otumor
ophthalm/oeye
orth/ostraight
ped/ofoot or child
ot/oear
laryng/olarynx
path/odisease
psych/omind
radi/oradiation (or radius)
rheumato/orheumatism
rhin/onose
ur/ourine (urinary tract)
aden/ogland
angi/ovessel
appen/oappendix
appendic/oappendix
bi/olife or living
blephar/oeyelid
cerebr/obrain
encephal/obrain
chir/ohand
col/ocolon or large intestine
cutane/oskin
derm/askin
dermat/oskin
faci/oface
hepat/oliver
mamm/obreast
mast/obreast
muscul/omuscle
my/omuscle
myel/obone marrow or spinal cord
oste/obone
pulm/olungs
pulmon/olungs
pneum/olungs (air or gas)
tonsill/otonsil
trache/otrachea
vas/ovessel
amyl/ostarch
glyc/osugar
hemat/oblood
lact/omilk
lip/ofat
lith/ostone
muc/omucus
prote/oprotein
protein/oprotein
pyr/ofire
micro-small
memorize

Section 3

Question Answer
micro-small
memorize