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abdomin, celi
abdomen
ankyl
ankle
brach/i, brachi/o
arm
axill
armpit
cyst/o, vesic
bladder
somat
body
oste
bone
ana
up
thorac, pector, steth/o
chest
ot, aur
ear
bucc
cheek
cubit
elbow
ophthalm/o, ocul, opt
eye
blephar
eyelid
dactyl/o
finger and/or toe
illus
foot
hallux
great (big) toe
gingiv
gums
trich/o, pil/o
hair
manus
hand
cephal
head
cardi/o
heart
calcane
heel
arthr/o
joint
ren, nephr
kidney
patell
kneecap
crur
leg
cheil
lip
hepat
liver
pneum/o, pulm/o
lung
or, stomat
mouth
muscul/o, my/o
muscle
onych, onych/o, ungu
nail
umbilic
navel
cervic
neck
neur
nerve
nas/o, rhin/o
nose
cost
rib
derm/a, dermat/o
skin
crani/o
skull
rachi, spin
spine
gastr/o
stomach
coccyg/o
tailbone
dent
teeth
tempor
temples
pharyng
throat, pharynx
pollex
thumb
lingu, gloss/o
tongue
laryng/o
voice box, larynx
carp
wrist
tomy
incision (cut)
physi/o
nature
logy
study of
proto
first
plasm
a thing formed, plasma
hist/o
tissue
adip
fat
ose
like
homeo
similar, same
stasis
control, stopping
superior
above, in an upward direction
inferior
below,in a downward direction
anterior
in front of or before
posterior
toward the back
cephalad
toward the head
cranial
pertaining to the skull
medial
toward the midline
lateral
to the side
proximal
nearest the pt of attachment
distal
away from the pt of attachment
ventral
same as anterior, front side
dorsal
same as posterior, backside
superficial
toward the surface
deep
far down from the surface
vertex
the top or highest point
apex
pointed end of cone-shp struct
caudal
pertaining to the tail
supine
body is lying face upward
prone
body is lying face downward
sagittal plane
midline - right and left sides
transverse or horizontal plane
superior and interior portions
coronal or frontal plane
anterior and posterior
atom
smallest chemical matter of element
molecule
chem combo of 2 or more atoms that a specific chem compound
organelle
specialized part of a cell - performs distinctive function
cell
building blocks of human being
tissue
groups of similar cells that together perf specialized function
organ
group of tissues serving a common purpose or function
system
group of organs functioning together for a common purpose
membrane
outer covering of a cell