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-ac
-al
-ar
-ary
-eal
-ic
-ical
-ory
-ous
-tic
adjective suffixes meaning pertaining to
-ia
-iatry
-is
-ism
-ist
-y
conditon (of)
treatment, medicine
forms the noun from the root
condition (of)
specialist
condition (of)
-ole
-icle
-ula
-ule
small, minute
an/o
appen/o
appendic/o
col/o
colon/o
duoden/o
enter/o
ile/o
jejun/o
proct/o
rect/o
sigmoid/o
stomat/o
or/o
maxill/o
sial/o
anus
appendix
appendix
colon
colon
duodenum
intestines (usually small)
ileum
jejunum
anus, rectum
rectum
sigmoid colon
mouth
mouth
jaw
saliva
-itis
-rrhea
-dynia
-algia
-osis
-iasis
-logist
-logy
-plasty
-ectomy
-tomy
-tome
-oma
-emesis
inflammation
flow, discharge
pain
pain
abnormal condition
abnormal condition specific
specialist in the study of
study of
surgical repair
excision, removeal
incision, cut into
istrument to cut
tumor
vomiting
dia-
peri-
sub-
epi-
hyper-
dys-
hypo-
through
around
under, below
above, upon
excessive
bad, painful, difficult
under, below
gastr/o
lingu/o
myc/o
dent/o
esophag/o
log/o
odont/o
orth/o
gingiv/o
esophag/o
carcin/o
hemat/o
aer/o
stomach
tounge
fungus
teeth
study of
teeth
straight
gums
esophagus
cancer
blood
air
CA
GI
chyme

asending
transverse
descending
acites
cancer
gastrointestional
process of breaking food in to liquid mass
the three parts to the colon
accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
-pepsia
-phagia
-rrhaphy
-stenosis
-stomy
-scope
-scopy
-gram
-graphy
digestion
swallow, eat
suture
stricture, narrowing
forming new opening, mouth
instument to veiw
visual examination
record
process of recording
chol/e
cholecyst/o
choledoch/o
cyst/o
hepat/o
pancreat/o
sial/o
therm/o
tox/o
toxic/o
megal/o
bile, gall
gallbladder
bile duct
bladder
liver
pancreas
saliva, salivary glands
heat
poison
poison
enlarged
lith/o
vagin/o
vesic/o
ureter/o
glomerul/o
nephr/o
ren/o
pyel/o
urethr/o
ur/o
urin/o
stone, calculus
vagina
bladder
ureter
glomerulus
kidneys
kidneys
renal pelvis
urethra
urine
urine
-lith
-orexia
-spasm
-pexy
-ptosis
-ectasis
-tripsy
-cyte
stone, calculus
appitite
invol. contraction, twitching
fixation
prolapse, falling dropping
expansion, dilation
crushing
cell
supra-
intra-
above
wiithin
scler/o
edema
aden/o
cyt/o
ven/o
hardening
swelling
gland
cell
vein
UTI
benign
malignant
IVP
urinary tract infection
non cancerous
cancerous
intavenous pyelogram picturs of the kisdneys ureter and bladder
erythr/o
leuk/o
olig/o
py/o
bacteri/o
protein
noct/o
hidr/o
hydr/o
adip/p
lip/o
steat/o
red
white
scanting, little
pus
bacteria
protein
night
sweat
water
fat
fat
fat
a-
an-
poly-
without, not
without, not
many, much
-uria
-phobia
-cele
urine, urination
fear
hernia, swelling
ARF
BNO
UA
acute renal failure
bladder neck obstuction
urinalysis
cutane/o
dermat/o
derm/o
kerat/o
onych/o
pil/o
trich/o
xer/o
skin
skin
skin
horny tissue
nail
hair
hair
dry