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epi/gastr/ic region
over the stomach
epi/splen/itis
the inflammation of the tissue over the spleen.
hypo/chondr/iac
the upper right abdominal region
epi/gastr/ic
the abdominal region upon the stomach.
hypo/gastric
the abdominal region below the stomach.
epi/cyst/itis
inflammation of the area over the bladder.
epi/nephr/itis
inflammation of the tissues on the kidney
epi/derm/al
the tissue upon the skin
epi/crani/al
the tissue covering the cranium.
epi/stern/al
the area above the stern/um
epi/card/ium
the tissues on the heart.
an/esthesia
is administered near the dura mater of the spine to block pain sensation to a specific area.
epi/dural
is used during childbirth.
epi/dermal
is upon the dermis of the skin.
extra/nuclear
outside of or beyond the nucleous of a cell.
extra/uterine
means outside of or beyond the uterus.
extra/articular
outside the joint
extra/cyct/ic
outside the urinary bladder
extra/dur/al
outside the dura matter
extra/cerebr/al
outside the cerebrum
infra/patell/ar
below or under the kneecap.
sub/abdominal
under the abdomen
sub/aur/al
below the ear
sub/contaneous
below the skin
supra/stern/al
above the sternum
infra/stern/al and sub/stern/al
below the sternum
infra/cost/al and sub/cost/al
under the ribs
metaphysics
the study of things beyond the physical, or of the spirit
meta/carpals
the bones of the hand that are beyond the carpals
meta/tarsals
the bones of the foot that are beyond the tarsals (ankels).
meta/stasis
occurs when a disease spreads beyond its point of origin.
ultra/violet
light waves that are beyond the violet freq.
ultra/son/o/graphy
the process of making in image using ultrasound
intra/abdominal
within the abdominal
intra/cellular
within the cells
intra/uterine
within the uterus
intra/venous
within the vein
intra/spinal
within the spine
intra/lumber
within the lumbar region
intra/artial
within the artery
intra/cranial
within the cranium
intra/cystic
within the bladder
intra/dermal
within the skin
intra/duoden/al
within the duadenum
intra/thorac/ic
within the thoracic cavity
contra/ry
things that are against each other.
trans/position
placed across
transcatheter theraphy
a procedure for enlarging heart vessels
retro/col/ic
behind the colon
retro/mammary
behind the mammary gland
retro/stern/al
behind the sternum
retro/version
turning backwards
pertitoneum
lines behind the abdominal cavity
retro/periton/eum
space behind the peritoneum
retro/periton/itis
an inflammation of the retroperitoneum.
flex/ion
bending or shortening of a body part
retro/flexion
bending backward
ante/flexion
bending forward