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-ac
pertaining to, relating to
-ad
toward
-agra
excessive pain
-al
pertaining to, relating to
-algia
pain
-algesia
pain
-ar
pertaining to, relating to
-ary
pertaining to, relating to
-cide
killing
-cidal
pertaining to killing
-clasia
break, breaking
-clasis
break, breaking
-clast
break, breaking
-clysis
irrigation; washing
-cytosis
more than the usual number of cells
-dynia
pain
-ectasia
dilation, expansion, stretching
-ectasis
dilation, expansion, stretching
-esis
condition, action, or process
-gram
1. a recording
2. a metric unit of weight
-ia
often abnormal state or condition
-iasis
condition, infestation, infection
-ic
pertaining to, relating to
-ical
pertaining to, relating to
-icle
small, little, minute
-ism
1. condition, disease
2. a practice, doctrine
-ite
nature of, resembling
-itis
(plural -itides)
inflammation, inflammatory
-kinesia
movement
-kinesis
movement
-logy
1. study of
2. collecting or picking
-logia
1. study of
2. collecting or picking
-malacia
softening or loss of consistency
-megaly
large
-odes
having the form of, resembling
-oid
resemblance to, equivalent to
-ole
small, little, minute
-ose
full of; pertaining to; sugar
-osis
(plural -oses)
usually abnormal or diseased process, condition, or state
-ous
pertaining to, full of, abounding
-oxia
oxygen
-paresis
partial or incomplete paralysis
-pathy
disease
-penia
deficiency, decrease
-phylaxis
protection against infection
-plasia
formation (especially of cells)
-plasm
formation, growth substance
-porosis
a porous condition
-ptosis
drooping, sagging, falling of an organ
-rrhage, -rrhagia
1. excessive or unusual discharge
2. to burst forth
-rrhagia
1. excessive or unusual discharge
2. to burst forth
-rrhea
flow, discharge
-sclerosis
hardening
-scope
instrument for viewing
-scopy
visual examination
-spasm
sudden involuntary contraction of one or more muscles
-stalsis
contraction
-stasis
stop, control; place
-sthenia
strength
-therapy
treatment
-tic
pertaining to, relating to
-tresia
opening, hole
-trophy
food, nutrition
-trophic
food, nutrition
-tropic
turning toward
-rrhea
flowing, flux
-sclerosis
hardening
-scope
instrument for viewing, but extended to include other methods of examination
-scopy
action or activity involving the use of an instrument for viewing
-spasm
sudden involuntary contraction of one or more muscles (includes cramps, contractures)
-stalsis
contraction (G. constriction)
-stasis
stagnation of the blood or other fluids
-sthenia
strength
-therapy
treatment of disease or disorder by any method
-tic
pertaining to, relating to
-tresia
opening, hole
-trophy, -trophic
food, nutrition
-tropic
a turning toward, having an affinity for