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Aut
Self
Combining Form
Crin
Secrete, Secretion
Combining Form
Esthe(s)
Sensation, sensitivity, sense
Combining Form
Gen(e), -gen
come into being, produce
gram
something written, a record
Combining Form
Graph
write, record
Combining Form
Iatr
healer, physician, treatment
Combining Form
Idi
of one's self
Combining Form
Kine
move
Combining Form
Kines(i)
movement, motion
Combining Form
Ly(s)
destroy, break down
Combining Form
Myx
mucus
Combining Form
Orth
straight, erect; normal
Combining Form
Ot
ear
Combining Form
Path
suffering disease
Combining Form
Phil
love, have an affinity for
Combining Form
Pt
fall sag, drop, prolapse
Combining Form
Pyr
fire, fever, burning
Combining Form
Pyret
fever
Combining Form
Pyrex
be feverish
Combining Form
Rhe
[run] flow, secrete
Combining Form
Rhag
[burst forth] flow profusely, hemorrhage
Combining Form
Rhex
rupture
Combining Form
Rhin
nose
Combining Form
Scop
look at, examine
Combining Form
Sep
[be putrid] be infected
Combining Form
Ta
Stretching
Combining Form
Tel
end, completion
Combining Form
Ten-, Tenon-
tendon
Combining Form
Therap(eu)
treat medically, heal
Combining Form
Tom
a cutting, slice, incision
Combining Form
Ton
a stretching, muscular tone, tension
Combining Form
-ectasia, ectasis
dilation, enlargement
Compound Suffix Form
-ectomy
surgical excision, removal of all, total excision, or part, partial excision of an organ
Compound Suffix Form
-gen
a substance that produces something
Compound Suffix Form
-genesis
formation, origin
Compound Suffix Form
-genic
causing, producing, caused
Compound Suffix Form
-genous
by, produced by, or in
Compound Suffix Form
-gram
a record of the activity of the organ
Compound Suffix Form
-graph
an instrument for recording the activity of an organ
Compound Suffix Form
-graphy
1) the recording of the activity of an organ, usually by x-ray examination.
2) a descriptive treatise on a subject
Compound Suffix Form
-lysis
dissolution, decomposition, reduction, disintegration
Compound Suffix Form
-lytic
pertaining to the dissolution or decomposition
Compound Suffix Form
-pathy
disease
Compound Suffix Form
-ptosis
dropping, sagging, prolapse of an organ or part
Compound Suffix Form
-rrhagia
profuse discharge, hemorrhage
Compound Suffix Form
-rrhea
profuse discharge, excessive secretion
Compound Suffix Form
-rrhexis
bursting ( of tissues), rupture
Compound Suffix Form
-scope
an instrument for examining
Compound Suffix Form
-scopy
examination
Compound Suffix Form
-tome
a surgical instrument for cutting
Compound Suffix Form
-tomy
surgical incision
Compound Suffix Form