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al, ac, ar, ary, ia, (t)ic, ical, ory, eal, (t)ous
pertaining to
algia, dynia
pain
cele
hernia
centesis
surigcal puncture
cide, cidal
killing, destroying
clast, clasis
breaking
cyte
cell
derma
skin
dipsia
thrist (drinking)
ectasis
dilation, expansion
ectomy
excision, surgical removal
edema
swelling
emia
a condition of the blood
emesis
vomiting
esthesia
sensation
gen, genesis
creating, producing
gram
record
graph
recording instrument
graphy
process of recording
gravida
pregnant woman
ia, ism
condition
iasis
pathogical condition or state, usually includes presence of stone
ist
specialist
itis
inflammation
kinesis, kinesia
movement
lith
stone
lysis
destroying
malacia
softening
megaly
enlargement
meter
instrument for measuring
metry
measurement
oid
resembling
ole, ule
small
oma
tumor
opia
vision
osis
abnormal condition
paresis
slight or partial paralysis
pathy
disease
pause
cessation, stopping
penia
defiency
pepsia
digestion
pexy
surgical fixation
phagia, phage
eating, swallowing
phasia
speech
phobia
fear
phoria
feeling
plasm, plasia
formation, growth
plasty
surgical repair
plegia
paralysis
pnea
breathing
ptosis
drooping, prolapse
rrhage, rrhagia
bursting forth
rrhaphy
suture, suturing
rrhea
flow, discharge
rrhexis
rupture
scope
instrument used to view
scopy
visual examination
stasis
cessation, stopping
stenosis
narrowing, stricture
stomy
mouthlike opening
therapy
treatment
tome
cutting instrument
tomy
cutting into, incision
tripsy
crushing
trophy
noursihment or growth
uria
urine
apid (o), lip (o)
fat
cutane (o), dermat(o)
skin
cyt (o)
cell
corne (o), kerat (o)
cornea or keratinized tissue
myc (o)
fungus
necr(o)
dead
onych (o)
nail
scler (o)
hardening
xer(o)
dry
albin(o), leuk(o)
white
erythem (o), erythr(o)
red
cyan (o)
blue