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-ectasis
dilation or expansion
En-
in or within
syndrome
a variety of symptoms that occur together
tox/o
poison
psychologist
Specialist in methods of psychological analyse, therapy, and research
psychology
science dealing with mental processes
psychotherapy
treating disease by mental means
Adenectomy
Excision of a gland
Adenoma
Tumor of a gland
Cytometry
Counting and measuring of cells
Cytometer
An instrument for counting and measuring cells
retroperitonitis
An inflammation of the area posterior to the peritoneum
Malariology
The scientific study of malaria
Radiology
Medicine concerned with radioactive substances
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Hepatotomy
An incision into the liver
Hepatoscopy
Inspection of the liver
Hepatoma
A liver tumor
Ureth/o
urethra
Suprasternal
located above the sternum
Episternal
Above the sternum
Substernal
below the sternum
symbiosis
Two organisms living together in close association
-ectasis
dilation or expansion
En-
in or within
syndrome
a variety of symptoms that occur together
tox/o
poison
psychologist
Specialist in methods of psychological analyse, therapy, and research
psychology
science dealing with mental processes
psychotherapy
treating disease by mental means
Adenectomy
Excision of a gland
Adenoma
Tumor of a gland
Cytometry
Counting and measuring of cells
Cytometer
An instrument for counting and measuring cells
retroperitonitis
An inflammation of the area posterior to the peritoneum
Malariology
The scientific study of malaria
Radiology
Medicine concerned with radioactive substances
prolapse
To slide forward or downward