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aliment
nourishment
an/o
anus
append, appendic
appendix
bar
weight
bucc
cheek
cec
cecum
(first part of large intestine or colon)
cheil
lip
chol, chole
bile, gall
cholecyst
bile bladder or gallbladder
choledoch
bile duct
cholangi
bile duct
cirrh
orange-yellow
col, colon
colon
dent, denti
tooth
diverticul
diverticulum
(pouch in the intestinal wall)
duoden
duodenum
(first part of small intestine)
enter
small intestine
esophag
esophagus
gastr
stomach
gingiv
gums
gloss
tongue
hem, hemat
blood
hepat
liver
ile
ileum
(third part of small intestine)
intestin
intestine
jejun
jejunum
(second part of small intestine)
labi
lip
lingu
tongue
lith
stone
odont
tooth
or
mouth
orth
straight, straighten
pancreat
pancreas
pharyng
pharynx (throat)
proct
rectum, anus
rect
rectum
sial
saliva
sialaden
salivary gland
sigmoid
sigmoid colon
stomat
mouth
-al
pertaining to
-algia
pain
-ary
pertaining to
-cele
hernia
-chezia
feces, defecation
-dynia
pain
-eal
pertaining to
-ectomy
removal or excision
-emesis
vomiting
-iasis
abnormal condition
-iatrics
medical treatment of
-ic
pertaining to
-ion, -tion
act of
-ist
specialist
-itis
inflammation
-lith
stone
-logist
specialist in the study of
-oma
tumor
-orexia
appetite
-osis
abnormal condition
-pathy
disease
-pepsia
digestion
-pexy
surgical fixation
-phagia
swallowing, eating
-plasty
surgical repair
-rrhaphy
to suture
-rrhea
flow or discharge
-scope
instrument to view
-scopy
process of visually examining
-stomy
to form an opening
-tomy
incision
-tripsy
crushing
a-, an-
without
dia-
through, complete
dys-
bad, difficult, painful
hyper-
excessive, above normal
peri-
around
sub-
below
bowel
intestine
defecation
eliminating feces (or stool) through the rectum
ileus
obstruction of the intestine
jaundice
yellowing of the skin and eyes
parenteral
NOT through the digestive tract
reflux
to flow back