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Veterinary Terminology TM 1 Prefix Combining Form Root Suffix
Veterinary Terminology TM 2 PREFIX A-, an- Without, lack of, not Anemia: lack of blood Asymptomatic: without symptoms
Veterinary Terminology TM 3 PREFIX Anti- Against, opposing Antibiotic: against microbial life
Veterinary Terminology TM 4 PREFIX Brady- Abnormally slow Bradycardia: abnormally slow heart rate
Veterinary Terminology TM 5 PREFIX De- Down, from Dehydrate: remove water from Decay: break down
Veterinary Terminology TM 6 PREFIX Dys- Difficulty Dyspnea: difficulty breathing
Veterinary Terminology TM 7 PREFIX Hyper- Excessive, abnormally high Hyperthermia: abnormally high body temperature
Veterinary Terminology TM 8 PREFIX Hypo- Insufficient, abnormally low Hypothermia: abnormally low body temperature
Veterinary Terminology TM 9 PREFIX Mal-Bad, poor Malocclusion: poor positioning of the teeth
Veterinary Terminology TM 10 PREFIX Poly- Many, much, multiple Polyuria: producing much urine
Veterinary Terminology TM 11 PREFIX Tachy- Abnormally fast Tachycardia: abnormally fast heart rate
Veterinary Terminology TM 12 SUFFIX -cyteCell Erythrocyte: red blood cell
Veterinary Terminology TM 13 SUFFIX -ectomy To surgically remove Lobectomy: to surgically remove a lobe
Veterinary Terminology TM 14 SUFFIX -pnea Breathing Tachypnea: abnormally fast breathing
Veterinary Terminology TM 15 SUFFIX -itis Inflammation Arthritis: inflamma tion of the joints
Veterinary Terminology TM 16 SUFFIX -logyStudy ofBiology: the study of life
Veterinary Terminology TM 17 SUFFIX -omaTumor Carcinoma: cancerous tumor
Veterinary Terminology TM 18 SUFFIX -penia Deficiency of Leukopenia: deficiency of white blood cells
Veterinary Terminology TM 19 SUFFIX -scope Instrument for examining Microscope: instrument for examining minute objects
Veterinary Terminology TM 20 SUFFIX -tomyCutting, incision Cystotomy: cutting into the urinary bladder
Veterinary Terminology TM 21 ROOTS Cardi/oKAHR- dee-oh Heart
Veterinary Terminology TM 22 ROOTS Cephal/oSEH-fal- loh Head
Veterinary Terminology TM 23 ROOTS Dent/i, dent/o DEHN-tee, DEHN-toh Teeth
Veterinary Terminology TM 24 ROOTS Mamm/a, mamm/o MAM-mah, MAM-moh Mammary gland
Veterinary Terminology TM 25 ROOTS Nas/oNAZ-zohNose
Veterinary Terminology TM 26 ROOTS Ophthalm/oAfh-THAL- moh Eye
Veterinary Terminology TM 27 ROOTS Ot/oOH-tohEar
Veterinary Terminology TM 28 ROOTS Steth/oSTETH-ohChest
Veterinary Terminology TM 29 ROOTS Thorac/oTHOR-ah- koh Thorax
Veterinary Terminology TM 30 ROOTS Trache/oTRAY- kee-oh Trachea
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