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Medical Terminology Lecture 3 Chapter 1 & 2
Abdomin/o Abdomen Abdominal cavity
Bronch/o Bronchial tubes Bronchitis Bronchoscope Bronchoscopy
Crani/o Skull Cranium Craniectomy Craniotomy
Cyt/o Cell cytology
Epitheli/o Skin, surface tissue Epithelial
Erythr/o Red erythrocyte
Esophag/o Esophagus (tube from the throat to the stomach) esophagoscopy esophagography esophagogram Esophageal* esophagitis
Gnos/o Knowledge Diagnosis Dia = Complete gnos_= Knowledge -sis State of
Gnos/o Knowledge Prognosis Pro = before gnos_= Knowledge -sis State of Prediction (Before knowledge)
Laryng/o Larynx / voice box laryngeal laryngectomy laryngitis laryngoscopy
Leuk/o White leukocytes
Lymph/o Lymph lymph nodes lymphadenectomy lymphadenophathy lymphatic system
Onc/o Tumor Oncologist
Peritone/o Peritoneum Peritoneal Peritoneal dialysis
Pharyng/o Pharynx / throat pharyngeal pharyngitis pharynx
Sarc/o Flesh (muscles, fat, bone, cartilage) Sarcoma
Spina/o Spine / back bone spinal spinal cavity spinal puncture spinal nerve
Thromb/o Clotting Thrombocyte Thrombosis
Thorac/o Chest thoracic thoracic cavity thoracic nerve thoracoscopy
Trache/o Trachea / wind pipe trachea tracheostomy tracheotomy
-globin Protein Hemoglobin
-opsy To view biopsy
-sis State of Prognosis
-tomy Process of cutting into, incision
Aut- Self Autopsy
Pro- Before, forward
Re- Back resection
Mast cell tumor in dog Human fibroblast cells - these cells contain numerous different types of proteins which can be visualized with different stains.
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