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centesis
puncture
ectomy
excision, removal
stomy
forming an opening
tome
instrument to cut
tomy
incision, cut into
desis
binding or fixation(of a bone or joint)
pexy
suspension, fixation (of an organ)
rrhaphy
suture
plasty
surgical repair
clasis
break or fracture
lysis
separation, destruction, loosening
tripsy
crushing
algia - dynia
pain
cele
hernia or swelling
ectasis
dilation or expansion
emesis
vomiting
gen - genesis
forming, producing, origin
gram
record, a writing
graph
instrument for recording
graphy
process of recording
iasis
abnormal condition
itis
inflammation
lith
stone or calculus
logist
specialist in the study of
logy
study of
malacia
softening
megaly
enlargement
cephalo
head
masto
breast
colono
colon
encaphalo
brain
phlebo
vein
gastro
stomach
arthro
joint
osteo
bone
meter
instrument for measuring
metry
act of measuring
oid
resembling
oma
tumor
osis
abnormal condition or increase
para
to bear (offspring)
paresis
partial paralysis
pathy
disease
penia
decrease, deficiency
phagia
eating or swallowing
phasia
speech
philia
attraction to
phobia
fear
plasia
formation or growth
plegia
paralysis or stroke
poiesis
formation or production
ptosis
prolapse, downward displacement
rrhage - rrhagia
bursting forth
rrhea
discharge or flow
rrhexis
rupture
scope
instrument to view or examine
scopy
visual examination
spasm
involuntary contraction, twitching
stasis
standing still
stenosis
narrowing or sticture
toxic
poison
trophy
development, nourishment