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PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Dextro- Right -Gastric Stomach dextrogastricPertaining to the right side of the stomach
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Ecto – Out; outside Derm Skin ectodermOuter skin
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Erythro – Red Cyte Cell erythrocyteRed Cell (referring to red blood cells)
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Inter – Between Vertebral Vertebra intervertebralBetween the vertebra (backbone)
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Mid- middle Carpal Wrist bones midcarpalPertaining to the middle of the bones in the wrist
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Per – Deformed Oral Mouth peroralDeformity of the mouth
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Sub- Under; below Hepatic liver subhepaticBelow the liver
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Post- After; behind -nasal nose postnasalBehind the nose; nasal cavity
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Pro- Before; forward Chondral cartilage prochondralBefore the formation of cartilage
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Hepat- Liver -it is Inflammation of hepatitisInflammation of the liver
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Arthr- Joint -algia Pain arthralgiaJoint pain
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition My- Muscle -asthenia Lack of strength myastheniaLack of strength in the muscle
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Amnio- Amnion (fluid surrounding the embryo Centesis Surgical puncture to remove fluid amniocentesisSurgical puncture to remove amnionic fluid
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Urethra- Urethra Tresia Opening urethratresiaOpening of the urethra
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Leuko- white Emia Blood condition leukemiaBlood condition involving the white blood cells
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Nephro- Kidney Lith Stone nephrolithKidney stone
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Osteo- Bone Malacia Softening osteomalaciaSoftening of the bone
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Acro- extremities Megaly enlargement acromegalyEnlargement of the extremities
RootSuffixMedical TermDefinition rhino- Nose Rrhea Flow; discharge rhinorrheaDischarge from the nose
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Ortho- straight odont tooth -ist specialist orthodontistSpecialist in straightening teeth
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Poly- many Aden- Glands It is inflammation polyadenitisInflammation /swelling of many glands
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Hypo below Chondr- Cartilage Aic- Pertaining to hypochondraic Pertaining to below the cartilage
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Electro electricity Encephalo- Brain Gram measurement Electroencephalo -gram Measurement of brain’s electrical activity
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Erythro- red Cyto Cell Penia deficiency erythrocytopenia Deficiency of red blood cells
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Hyper above Glyc Glucose/ sugar Emia Blood condition hyperglycemia Blood condition of high levels of blood sugar
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition hydro Water nephro- Kidney Sis State of hydronephr osis Condition of water on the kidney
PrefixRootSuffixMedical TermDefinition Megalo- enlargement Cephal Head It is Inflammation Megalocephal- itis Inflammation causing the enlargement of the head
PrefixRootSuffixMedical Term Definition Fibro fiber My- Muscle Algia Pain fibromyalgiaPain of muscle fibers
Root Medical TermDefinition Gastro Stomach Intestinal Intestine GastrointestinalPertaining to the stomach and intestinal region
Root Medical TermDefinition Cardio Heart Vascular Blood vessels CardiovascularSystem of the heart and blood vessels
Root Medical TermDefinition Arterio Artery Sclerosis Hardening arteriosclerosisHardening of the arteries
Root Medical TermDefinition Cardio Heart Pulmonary Lung cardiopulmonaryPertaining to the heart and lungs (circulation)
Root Medical TermDefinition Cerebro Cerebrum Spinal Spinal cord cerebrospinalPertaining to the cerebrum (brain) and spine
Root Medical TermDefinition Cholecysto- Gallbladder Gram Measurment cholecystogramMeasurement of the gallbladder
Root Medical TermDefinition Dermato Skin Mycosis Fungal dermatomycosisFungal infection of the skin
Root Medical TermDefinition Osteo Bone Sarcoma Fleshy/ Connective tissue osteosarcomaFleshy bone, cancerous tumor of the bone
Root Medical TermDefinition Pharyngeal- Throat Esophageal Esophagus pharyngealesoph ageal Pertaining to the throat and esophagus
PrefixRootMedical TermDefinition Cerebro Cerebrum Vascular Blood vessels cerebrovascularPertaining to the blood vessels of the cerebrum (brain)
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Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1991 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Basic Word Structure.
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1. 2 FUNCTION (S): Protects and supports body organs; provides a framework the muscles can use to cause movement; stores minerals. KEY STRUCTURES: Bones.
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A / an meso amphi aero anti endo. Middle Not / non against Internal, inside, inner Both, doubly Needing oxygen, air.
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