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Veterinary Science Terminology Drills Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots
-emia Blood condition
Anti- Against, Opposing
-ectomy To surgically remove
De- Down, From
Brady- Abnormally Slow
A-, an- Without, Lack of, Not
Hyper- Excessive, Abnormally High
Hypo- Insufficient, Abnormally low
Mal- Bad, Poor
Tachy Abnormally fast
Poly- Many, Much, Multiple
-logy Study of
-scope Instrument for examining
-tomy Cutting, incision
Dent/i, dent/o Teeth
Mamm/a, Mamm/o Mammary Gland
Iso- Equal, same
Ep-, Epi- On, upon
Ur/o Urinary system
-megaly Abnormally large
-al, -ic, -ac, -ous Pertaining to
-graphy Recording of
-ist One who studies
-spasm Involuntary contraction
-lysis Destruction of
Multi- Many, much
-phagia Eating, swallowing
Derm/o, Dermat/o Skin
Erythr/o Red blood cell
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