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dacry/o-
lacrimal sac; ears
dec/i-
one tenth
decidu/o-
falling off
defici/o-
lacking, inadequate
degluti/o-
swallowing
delt/o-
triangle
delus/o-
false belief
dem/o-
people; population
dendro/o-
branching structure
densit/o-
density
dent/i-
tooth
dentit/o-
eruption of teeth
dent/o-
tooth
depend/o-
to hang onto
depress/o-
press down
derm/a-
skin
dermat/o-
skin
derm/o-
skin
desicc/o-
to dry up
dextr/o-
right
dextr/o-
sugar
diabet/o-
diabetes
diaphragmat/o-
diaphragm
diaphor/o-
sweating
diaphys/o-
shaft of a bone
diastol//o-
dilating
didym/o-
testes (twin structures)
dietet/o-
foods, diet
diet/o-
foods, diet
differentiat/o-
being distinct or specialized
different/o-
being dinstinct, different
digest/o-
break down food; digest
digit/o-
digit (finger or toe)
dilat/o-
dilate, widen
dipl/o-
double
dips/o-
thirst
disk/o-
disk
dissect/o-
to cut apart
dissemin/o-
widely scattered throughout the body
distent/o-
distended, stretched
dist/o-
away from the center or point of origin
diverticul/o-
diverticulum
donat/o-
give as a gift
dors/o-
back; dorsum; uppermost part
dos/i-
dose
duc/o-
bring or move
duct/o-
bring or move; a duct
du/o-
two
duoden/o-
duodenum (first part of small intesting)
dur/o-
dura mater
dynam/o-
power; movement
dyn/o-
pain
ecchym/o-
blood in the tissues
ech/o-
echo
eclamps/o-
a seizure
ectat/o-
dilation
ectop/o-
outside of a place
edentul/o-
without teeth
efface/o-
do away with;obliterate
effer/o-
go out from center
effus/o-
pouring out
ejaculat/o-
to expel suddenly
electr/o-
electricity
elast/o-
flexing, stretching
elimin/o-
expel, remove
emaci/o-
to make thin
embol/o-
embolus (occluding plug)
embryon/o-
embryo; immature form
emet/o-
to vomit
emiss/o-
to send out
emot/o-
moving, stirring up
emulsific/o-
droplets of fat suspended in a liquid; particles suspended in a solution
encephal/o-
brain
enter/o-
intestine
enucle/o-
to remove the kernal or nucleus
enur/o-
to urinate in
eosin/o-
eosin (acidic red dye)
ependym/o-
lining membrane
epilept/o-
seizure
epiphys/o-
growth area on the end of a bone
episi/o-
vulva (female external genitalia)
erect/o-
to stand up
erg/o-
activity; work
erupt/o-
breaking out
erythemat/o-
redness
erythr/o-
red
es/o-
inward
esophag/o-
eosphagus
esthes/o-
sensation, feeling
esthet/o-
sensation, feeling
ethm/o-
sieve
exacerb/o-
increase; provoke
excis/o-
to cut out
excori/o-
to take out skin
excret/o-
removing from the body
exhibit/o-
showing
explorat/o-
to search out
express/o-
communicate
extens/o-
straightening
extern/o-
outside
extrins/o-
on the outside
exud/o-
oozing fluid
faci/o-
face
factiti/o-
artificial, contrived
fallopi/o-
fallopian tube
fasci/o-
fascia
fec/a-
feces, stool
fec/o-
feces, stool
femor/o-
femur ( thigh bone)
fer/o-
to bear
ferrit/o-
iron
ferr/o-
iron
fertil/o-
able to conceive a child
fet/o-
fetus
fibrill/o-
muscle fiber; nerve fiber
fibrin/o-
fibrin
fibr/o-
fiber
fibul/o-
fibula (lower leg bone)
filtrat/o-
filtering; straining
filtr/o-
filter
fiss/o-
splitting
fixat/o-
to make stable or still
flatul/o-
flatus
flex/o-
bending
fluor/o-
fluorescence
foc/o-
point of activity
foli/o-
leaf
follicul/o-
follicle (small sac)
foramin/o-
foramen (opening into a cavity or channel)
forens/o-
court proceedings in criminal law
format/o-
structure; arrangement
fove/o-
small, depressed area
fract/o-
break up
fratern/o-
close association or relationship
front/o-
front
fruct/o-
fruit
fulgur/o-
spark of electricity
fund/o-
fundus (part farthest from the opening)
fundu/o-
fundus (part farthest from the opening)
fung/o-
fungus
fus/o-
pouring