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CYT/O-
CELL
HIST/O-
TISSUE
NUCLE/O-
NUCLEUS
KARY/O-
NUCLEUS
ANTER/O-
ANTERIOR, FRONT
CAUD/O-
TAIL
CRANI/O-
CRANIUM (SKULL)
DIST/O-
FAR, FARTHEST
DORS/O-
BACK (OF BODY)
INFER/O-
LOWER, BELOW
LATER/O-
SIDE
MEDI/O-
MIDDLE
POSTER/O-
BACK (OF BODY), BEHIND, POSTERIOR
PROXIM/O-
NEAR, NEAREST
VENTR/O-
BELLY, BELLY SIDE
ABDOMIN/O-
ABDOMEN
CERVIC/O-
NECK; CERVIX UTERI (NECK OF UTERUS)
ILI/O-
ILIUM (LATERAL, FLARING PORTION OF HIP BONE)
INGUIN/O-
GROIN
LUMB/O-
LOINS, LOWER BACK
UMBILIC/O-
NAVEL
PELV/I OR PELV/O
PELVIS
SPIN/O-
SPINE
THORAC/O-
CHEST
CHROM/O-
COLOR
CIRRH/O-
YELLOW
JAUND/O-
YELLOW
XANTH/O-
YELLOW
POLI/O-
GRAY, GRAY MATTER (OF BRAIN OR SPINAL CORD)
ETI/O-
CAUSE

EX: ETIOLOGY (STUDY OF THE CAUSES OF DISEASE)
FASCI/O-
BAND, FASCIA (FIBROUS MEMBRANE SUPPORTING AND SEPARATING MUSCLES)
IDI/O-
UNKNOWN, PECULIAR
MORPH/O-
FORM, SHAPE, STRUCTURE
PATH/O-
DISEASE
RADI/O-
RADIATION, X-RAY, RADIUS (LOWER ARM BONE ON THUMB SIDE)
SOMAT/O-
BODY
SON/O-
SOUND
VISCER/O-
INTERNAL ORGANS
XER/O-
DRY
-GNOSIS
KNOWING
MIDSAGITTAL (MEDIAN)
RIGHT AND LEFT HALVES
CORONAL (FRONTAL)
ANTERIOR (VENTRAL) AND POSTERIOR (DORSAL)
TRANSVERSE (HORIZONTAL)
SUPERIOR (UPPER) AND INFERIOR (LOWER)
2 MAJOR BODY CAVITIES ARE
DORSAL (POSTERIOR) AND VENTRAL (ANTERIOR)
THE DORSAL CAVITY CONTAINS THE _______ AND ________ CAVITIES.
CRANIAL AND SPINAL
THE VENTRAL CAVITY CONTAINS THE _____ AND ________ CAVITIES.
THORACIC AND ABDOMINOPELVIC
ABDUCTION
MOVEMENT AWAY FROM THE MEDIAN PLANE
ADDUCTION
MOVEMENT TOWARD THE MEDIAN PLANE
MEDIAL
PERTAINING TO THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY
LATERAL
PERTAINING TO THE SIDE
SUPERIOR
TOWARD THE HEAD OR UPPER PORTION
INFERIOR
AWAY FROM THE HEAD, OR TOWARD THE TAIL OR LOWER PART
PROXIMAL
NEARER TO THE CENTER (TRUNK OF THE BODY) OF TO THE POINT OF ATTACHMENT TO THE BODY
DISTAL
FURTHER FROM THE CENTER (TRUNK OF THE BODY) OF FROM THE POINT OF ATTACHMENT TO THE BODY
ANTERIOR (VENTRAL)
NEAR THE FRONT OF THE BODY
POSTERIOR (DORSAL)
NEAR THE BACK OF THE BODY
PARIETAL
PERTAINING TO THE OUTER WALL OF THE BODY CAVITY
VISCERAL
PERTAINING TO THE INTERAL ORGANS, ESPECIALLY THE ABDOMINAL ORGANS
PRONE
LYING HORIZONTAL, FACE DOWN
SUPINE
LYING ON BACK, FACE UP
INVERSION
TURNING INWARD OR INSIDE OUT
EVERSION
TURNING OUTWARD
PALMAR
PERTAINING TO THE PALM OF THE HAND
PLANTAR
PERTAINING TO THE SOLE OF THE FOOT
SUPERFICIAL
TOWARD THE SURFACE OF THE BODY
DEEP
AWAY FROM THE SURFACE (INTERNAL)
MORBID
DISEASED; PERTAINING TO A DISEASE
SUPPURATIVE
PUS PRODUCING
SEPSIS
PATHOLOGICAL STATE, USUALLY FEBRILE, RESULTING FROM MICROORGANISMS OR THEIR PRODUCTS IN THE BLOODSTREAM
DEHISCENCE
BURSTING OPEN OF A WOUND (ESP AN ABDOMINAL WOUND)
FEBRILE
FEVERISH; PERTAINING TO A FEVER
HOMEOSTASIS
STATE OF EQUILIBRIUM OR RELATIVE CONSISTENCY IN THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
ADHESION
ABNORMAL FIBROUS BAND THAT HOLDS TISSUE (NORMALLY SEPARATED) TOGETHER
LAPAROSCOPY
VISUAL EXAM OF THE ABDOMINAL AND PELVIC ORGANS VIA A SMALL INCISION
LAPAR/O - ABDOMEN
DOPPLER
ULTRASOUND TECHNIQUE - MEASURES BLOOD FLOW VELOCITY AND DIRECTION
FLUOROSCOPY
RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE - USED TO VIEW THE MOTION OF ORGANS
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
USES RADIO WAVES AND MAGNETIC FIELD - PRODUCES MULTI PLANE CROSS SECTIONAL IMAGES
ABLATION
REMOVAL OF A PART, PATHWAY OR FUNCTION VIA SURGERY, CHEMICAL DESTRUCTION, ELECTROCAUTERY, FREEZING OR RADIOFREQUENCY
CAUTERIZE
DESTROY TISSUE BY ELECTRICITY, FREEZING, HEAT OR CORROSIVE CHEMICALS
CURETTAGE
SCRAPING OF A BODY CAVITY
RESECTION
PARTIAL EXCISION OF A BONE, ORGAN OR OTHER STRUCTURE