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Review for Midterm Units 1 – 3 Flashcards
Unit One Flashcards
the extremities (arms and legs) acr/o Click for Definition
cancer (epithelial) carcin/o Click for Definition
heart cardi/o Click for Definition
cell cyt/o Click for Definition
skin dermat/o or derm/a Click for Definition
stomach gastr/o Click for Definition
large megal/o or -megaly Click for Definition
small micr/o or micro- Click for Definition
disease path/o or -pathy Click for Definition
ability -able Click for Definition
surgical removal – excision -ectomy Click for Definition
condition in the blood -emia Click for Definition
inflammation -itis Click for Definition
enlarged -megaly Click for Definition
instrument that measures or counts -meter Click for Definition
small -micro Click for Definition
large -macro Click for Definition
study of -ology Click for Definition
specialist in the study of -ologist Click for Definition
instrument for looking -scope Click for Definition
process of using a scope -scopy, -oscopy Click for Definition
condition -osis Click for Definition
making a new surgical opening -ostomy Click for Definition
abnormally low amount -penia Click for Definition
water hydro- Click for Definition
Unit Two Flashcards
immature or embryonic cell blast/o or -blast Click for Definition
electricity electr/o Click for Definition
origin or cause eti/o Click for Definition
tissue hist/o Click for Definition
enlarged, big megal/o Click for Definition
x-ray radi/o Click for Definition
sound waves son/o Click for Definition
slices tom/o Click for Definition
pain -algia Click for Definition
cell -cyte Click for Definition
image or picture -gram Click for Definition
instrument -graph Click for Definition
instrument used to cut slices -tome Click for Definition
incision (cut into) -tomy Click for Definition
Unit Three Flashcards
gland aden/o Click for Definition
reflected sound ech/o Click for Definition
fatty, porridge-like ather/o Click for Definition
life bi/o Click for Definition
head cehpal/o Click for Definition
skull crain/o Click for Definition
brain encehpal/o Click for Definition
fat lip/o Click for Definition
soft / soft condition malac/o or -malacia Click for Definition
spinal cord or bone marrow myel/o Click for Definition
tumor onc/o Click for Definition
cancer of connective tissue sarc/o Click for Definition
herniation -cele Click for Definition
pain -dynia Click for Definition
resembling -oid Click for Definition
tumor -oma Click for Definition
surgical repair -plasty Click for Definition
development -trophy Click for Definition
against anti- Click for Definition
above, abnormally high hyper- Click for Definition
below, abnormally low hypo- Click for Definition
bad mal- Click for Definition
beyond meta- Click for Definition
Review for Final Flashcards Unit One Flashcards.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Ac, al, ic, ous, tic : pertaining to, relating to.
Importance Gives you a better understanding of the equipment Allows you to discuss equipment problems with the user Helps you locate "unknown"
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Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1991 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Suffixes.
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Copyright © 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1991 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 3 Suffixes.
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