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azot
nitrogen, nitrogen compounds
bacter, bacteri
bacteria
calcul
stone
cyst
bladder (also: cyst, sac)
glomerul
glomerulus (tiny filtering structure in kidney)
hem, hemat
blood
hydr
water
kal, kali
potassium
lith
stone
meat
meatus (external opening of urethra)
nephr
kidney
noct
night
olig
scanty, few
py
pus
pyel
pelvis of the kidney (also: renal pelvis)
ren
kidney
ur
urine, urinary tract
ureter
ureter
urethr
urethra
urin
urine, urinary organs
vesic
bladder
andr
male
balan
glans penis
crypt
hidden
epididym
epididymis
genit
genitals (reproductive organs)
gonad
gonads (reproductive glands)
hydr
water
inguin
groin
orch, orchi, orchid
testis, testicle
osche
scrotum
pen
penis
phall
penis
prostat
prostate gland
scrot
scrotum
semin
semen
sperm, spermat
sperm
test, testicul
testis, testicle
varic
varicose veins
vas
vas deferens
-al, -ar, -ary, -ic, -ile
pertaining to
-algia
pain
-cele
hernia
-cide
killing
-dynia
pain
-ectasis
dilation or expansion
-ectomy
removal or excision
-emia
blood
-esis
condition of
-gen
producing, produced by
-genesis
producing, produced by
-graphy
process of recording
-iasis
abnormal condition
-ism
condition of
-itis
inflammation
-lith
stone
-logy
study of
-logist
specialist in the study of
-megaly
enlargement
-meter
instrument to measure
-oma
tumor
-osis
abnormal condition
-pathy
disease
-pause
pause or stop
-pexy
surgical fixation
-plasty
surgical repair
-rrhea
flow or discharge
-scope
instrument to view
-scopy
process of visually examining
-stasis
stop, control
-static
pertaining to stopping, controlling
-tome
instrument to cut
-tomy
incision
-tripsy
crushing
-trophy
development, nourishment
-uria
urine
a-, an-
without
dys-
bad, difficult, painful
hyper-
excessive, above normal
poly-
many, much
trans-
across, through
calculus
stone (singular)
calculi
stones (plural)
dialysis
removal of toxic substances from the blood
diuresis
increased output of urine
enuresis
involuntary discharge of urine; "bedwetting"
stricture
narrowing