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a(n)-
no, absence, without
anuria(lack of urine output)
ab-
away from
abduct (move away from)
ad-
toward
adduct (Move toward)
anbi-
both sides
ambidextrous
ante-
before, forward
anterior (front of the body)
anti-
against
antibody
apo-
away from
apophysis (growth or protuberance)
aut(o)-
self
autoanylsis
bi-
two
diplo-
double
diplopia (double vision)
dys-
difficult, painful
dysuria (painful urination)
ec-
out of
ectopic (out of place)
end(o)-
inward
endoscope (a device used to examine the body cavity)
eu-
normal health
euthyroid (normal thyroid function)
ex-
outside
exfoliate
hetero-
other, different
heterogeneous (different characteristics)
hyper-
above, beyond
hypernatremia (excess sodium)
infra-
beneath
infra-axillary (below the axilla)
intra-
within, into
intramuscular (into the muscle)
juxta-
near
juxta-articular (near a joint)
macr(o)-
large, long
macromastia (excessive breast size)
mal-
bad, abnormal
malformation
mega-
great, large
megacolon
meta-
beyond, change
metaphase (second stage of cell division)
micr(o)-
small
microbe (tiny organism)
mono-
one
monochromatic
morph(o)-
shape
morphology (study of form and structure of organisms)
multi-
many
multifocal (arising from many locations)
olig(o)-
few, little
oliguris (too little urine)
par(a)-
near, beside, accessory to
paracentisis (puncture of a cavity for aspiration of fluid)
peri-
around
pericecal (aroung the cecum)
pico-
one-trillionith
piconavirus (extremely small RNA virus)
poly-
many, much
polydipsia (excessive thirst)
post-
behind, after
postoperative
pre-
before, in front
preanesthesia
pro-
favoring, supporting, substituting for, in front of
procoagulant (Promotes coagulation)
pseudo-
false
pseudocyst (a cavity resembling a true cyst)
re-
back, contrary
recurrent fever
retr(o)-
backward
retroauricular (behind the auricle of the ear)
semi-
half
semiflexion (position of a limb medway between extension and flexion)
sub-
under
subclinical (without symptoms)
super-
above
supercelia (the eyebrow)
supra-
above, upon
supraorbital (above the orbit)
tetra-
four
tetralogy (group of four)
trans-
across, through
transdermal (entering through the skin)