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col/o
Colon (Large Intestine)
ren/o
kidney
bi/o
life
cephal/o
head
oste/o
bone
viscer/o
Internal Organs
onc/o
tumor
isch/o
To hold back; back
inguin/o
groin
blephar/o
eyelid
gynec/o
Woman, Female
encephal/o
brain
neur/o
nerve
nephr/o
kidney
cervic/o
neck- Neck of the body or Neck of the uterus.
opthalm/o
eye
my/o
muscle
necr/o
death (death of body or death of cells)
crani/o
skull
carcin/o
cancerous or cancer
bronch/o
Bronchial Tubes

Two tubes, one right & one left, that branch from the trachea to enter the lungs.
cardi/o
heart
thromb/o
clot, clotting
chondr/o
cartilage
chem/o
chemical, or drug
thorac/o
chest
hydr/o
water
lapar/o
abdominal wall, abdomen
laryng/o
larynx
anter/o

(ventral)
front, The front side of the body
hepat/o
liver
leuk/o
white
mast/o
breast
splen/o
spleen
sarc/o
flesh
rhin/o
nose
rect/o
rectum
hem/o
blood
peritone/o
peritoneum (The membrane that surrounds the internal organs.
strept/o
twisted chains
phleb/o
vein
erythr/o
red
mamm/o
breast
path/o
disease, condition
muc/o
mucus
neutr/o
neutrophil (white blood cell)
axill/o
armpit
ot/o
ear
pulmon/o
lungs
nucle/o
nucleus
plas/o
development, or formation
-graphy
The process of recording
staphyl/o
clusters
-sclerosis
hardening
-genic
Pertaining to producing; Produced by or Produced in.
arteri/o
artery
pneumon/o
lung
-pathy
disease
-megaly
enlargement
radi/o
X-Rays
acu/o
sharp, severe, or sudden
-algia
pain
-logy
The study of
-ist
Specializing in
-graph
record
-itis
Inflammation
-therapy
treatment
-cyte
cell
-plasty
surgical repair
-phobia
fear
morph/o
shape, or form
tonsill/o
tonsill
ven/o
vein
cyst/o
urinary bladder,

cyst: a sac containing fluid.
agni/o
blood vessel
agora-
marketplace
acr/o
top; estremities or extreme point
chron/o
time
lymph/o
lymph
poster/o
back

the back side of the body, behind
dors/o
back (of body)
adip/o
fat
amni/o
amnion (sac surrounding the embryo in the uterus)
abdomin/o
abdomin
aden/o
gland
later/o
side
dist/o
far, distant, (from the point of attachment to trunk, or body)
vertebr/o
vertebra, backbone

vertebrae (plural)
pleur/o
pleura (The membrane that surrounds each lung)
trache/o
trachea, (windpipe)
arthr/o
joint
-eal
P.T
Peritoneal
-ole
little, small
-iac
P.T.
Cardiac
-penia
deficiency
erythropenia
-al
P.T
Peritoneal
-centesis
surgical puncture to remove fluid
-emia
blood condition
-coccus
berry shaped bacterium


bacteria (plural)
Streptococcus
-ia
condition
anemia
-oma
tumor, mass, or fluid collection
sarcoma
-cele
hernia
cystocele
-ectomy
removal, excision
mastectomy
-gram
Instrument for recording
Angiogram
-ule
little, small
venule
-scopy
The process of visual examination
orthoscopy
-tic
P.T
Asmatic
-stasis
stop, control
metastasis
-opsy
to view, the process of viewing
Biopsy
-tomy
process of cutting
mastectomy
-ic
P.T
Cronic
-dynia
pain
Pleurodynia
-tropy
nourshiment, development
Atrophy
-oid
resembling
adenoids
-scope
Instrument for visual examination
laprascope
-ptosis
droop,fall,sag,or prolapse
blepharoptosis
-malacia
softening
chondromalacia
-ary
P.T
Axillary
-ose
full of; pertaining to; sugar
Adipose
-er
one who
Radiographer
-ac
P.T
Cardiac
-ous
P.T
Cancerous
-stomy
new opening, (To form a new mouth)
Colostomy
-plasia
development, formation, growth
Achrondoplasia
-um

-ium
structure,tissue,thing
Pericardium (membrane)

Ilium (bone)
-ical
P.T
Pathological

Surgical
-genesis
producing, forming
Pathogenesis
-y
condition, process
Nephropathy
-osis
condition (usually abnormal)
Necrosis

necr/o death of cells or body
osis Is what?
-lysis
distruction, breakdown, seperation
Paralysis