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Medical Terminology 2-1 2-3 2-4

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-iacondition of 1 suffix
-ismcondition of 2 suffix
-siscondition of 3 suffix
-ycondition of 4 suffix
-acpertaining to, like, resembling 1 suffix
-alpertaining to, like, resembling 2 suffix
-arpertaining to, like, resembling 3 suffix
-arypertaining to, like, resembling 4 suffix
-formpertaining to, like, resembling 5 suffix
-icpertaining to, like, resembling 6 suffix
-ical (ic+al)pertaining to, like, resembling 7 suffix
-ilepertaining to, like, resembling 8 suffix
-oidpertaining to, like, resembling 9 suffix
-orypertaining to, like, resembling 10 suffix
-ouspertaining to, like, resembling 11 suffix
aplural ending (ae) singular example: vertebra (bone of the spine) plural example: vertebrae
enplural ending (ina) singular example: lumen (central opening) plural example: lumina
ex,ix, yxplural ending (ices) singular example: matrix (background substance;mold) plural example: matrices
isplural ending (es) singular example: diagnosis (determination of a disease or defect) plural example: diagnoses
maplural ending (mata) singular example: stigma (mark or scar) plural example: stigmata
nx (anx, inx, ynx) plural ending (nges) singular example: phalanx (bone of finger or toe) plural example: phalanges
onplural ending (a) singular example: ganglion (mass of nervous tissue) plural example: ganglia
umplural ending (a) singular example: serum (liquid) plural example: sera
usplural ending (i) singular example: thrombus..... plural example: thrombi
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