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algesia
condition of pain
ant
forming
ase
enzyme
ate
use, action
blast
immature cell, germ cell
cide
to kill
crit
to separate
cuspid
point
cyst
bladder, sac
dipsia
thirst
drome
a course
er
relating to, one who
gen, genesis
formation, produce
ide
having a particular quality
ive
nature of, quality of
lymph
clear fluids, serum, pale fluid
or
s
One who, a doer
phil
s
attraction
stasis
s
Control, stop, stand still
thermy
s
heat
um
s
Tissue, structure
uria
s
Urination
condition of urine
ate
s
Use
action
having the form of
possessing
blast
s
Immature cell
germ cell
embryonic cell
ec-tas-is
s
Dilatation
s
dilation
distention
stretching
expansion
gen
genesis
genic
s
Formation
produce
lysis
s
Destruction
separation
breakdown
penia
s
Lack of, deficiency
plasm
s
a thing formed
plasma
plegia
s
stroke
paralysis
spasm
s
Tension
spasm
contraction
staxis
s
Dripping
trickling
y
s
Process
condition
pertaining to
algia
s
pain
ache
asthenia
s
weakness
betes
s
to go
cele
s
Hernia
tumor
swelling
cusis
s
hearing
derma
s
skin
dynia
s
pain
ache
edema
s
swelling
emesis
s
vomiting
ion
s
process
kin-es-is
s
motion
lep-sy
s
sei-zure
lex-ia
s
Diction
word
phase
ma-la-cia
s
softening
man-ia
s
madness
mega-ly
s
Enlargement
large
mn-es-ia
s
memory
noia
s
mind
oid
s
resemble
oma
s
tumor
op-ia
s
sight
vision
ox-ia
s
oxygen
path-y
s
disease
emotion
pen-ia
s
deficiency
pep-si-a
s
to digest
p-hag-ia
s
to eat
to swallow
phasia
s
to speak
speech
pl-as-ia
s
formation
produce
p-ne-a
s
breathing
clas-is
s
a break
desi-s
s
binding
ec-to-my
s
Surgical excision
surgical removal
resection
graph
s
Instrument for recording
ize
s
to make
to treat
combining with
me-try
s
measurement
op-sy
s
to view
pexy
s
surgical fixation
pheresis
s
removal
plast-y
s
Surgical repair
sto-my
s
new opening
ose
s
pertaining to
oid
s
resemble
ate
s
use
action
or
s
one who
an
p
without
lack of
ir
p
not
ras
r
to scrap off
es-the-t
r
feeling
sensation
ar-o-us
r
alertness
to rise
sys-tole
r
contraction
comat
r
a deep sleep
gen
r
formation
produce
dysarthria
Difficult articulation of speech, resulting from interference in the control over the muscle of speech, usually caused by damage to a central or peripheral motor nerve
trauma
Physical injury or wound caused by external force, violent, or a toxic substance; also refers to psychological injury resulting from a severe emotional shock, which can cause disordered feelings and/or behavior
thel/i
cf
nipple
grand/i
great
nas/o
nose