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Medical Terminology Lecture 4 Chapter 2 (continued)
Abdomin/o Abdomen – Abdominal cavity
Anter/o Front – Anterior
Bronch/o Bronchial tubes – Bronchitis – Bronchoscope – Bronchoscopy
Cervic/o Neck (of the body) – Cervical collar – Cervical nerves
Coccyg/o Coccyx / tailbone – Coccygeal
Crani/o Skull – Cranium – Craniectomy – Craniotomy
Epitheli/o Skin, surface tissue – Epithelial
Esophag/o Esophagus (tube from the throat to the stomach) – esophagoscopy – esophagography – esophagogram – esophageal – esophagitis
Lapar/o abdomen – Laparoscope – Laparoscopic – Laparoscopy – Laparotomy
Laryng/o Larynx / voice box – laryngeal – laryngectomy – laryngitis – laryngoscopy
Later/o Side – Lateral
Lumb/o Loin / waist – Lumbar – Lumbar puncture – Lumbar region
Lymph/o Lymph – lymph nodes – lymphadenectomy – lymphadenophathy – lymphatic system
Mediastin/o Mediastinum – mediastinal – mediastinoscopy – mediastinum
Pelv/o Pelvis – Pelvic – Pelvic cavity
Peritone/o Peritoneum – Peritoneal – Peritoneal dialysis
Pharyng/o Pharynx / throat – pharyngeal – pharyngitis – pharynx
Pleur/o Pleura – pleural cavity – pleural effusion – pleuritis
Poster/o Back, behind – Posterior
Sacr/o Sacrum – sacral – sacral nerve – sacral vertebrae – sacrum
Spina/o Spine / back bone – spinal – spinal cavity – spinal puncture – spinal nerve
Thorac/o Chest – thoracic – thoracic cavity – thoracic nerve – thoracoscopy
Trache/o Trachea / wind pipe – trachea – tracheostomy – tracheotomy
Vertebr/o Vertebra / back bone – vertebra – vertebrae – vertebral
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