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amphi/ampho
prefix; on both sides, around, both
amphi-bious
ana
prefix; up, back, against
ana-tomy
apo
prefix; away from
apo-crine
cata
prefix; downward, disordered
cata-bolism
dia/di
prefix; through, across, apart
dia-clasis
eso
prefix; within, inner, inward
eso-gastritis
eu
prefix; good, normal, healthy
eu-thyroid
heter/hetero
prefix; different, other, relationshiop to another
hetero-sexual
homo/homeo
prefix; same, likeness
homo-topic
meta/met
prefix; change, transformation, after, behind
meta-bolism
para/par
prefix; alongside, around, abnormal, beyond
para-thyroid
pro
prefix; before
pro-gnosis
pros/prosth
prefix; in place of
pros-thesis
al
AFS--pertaining to, located in
bronchi-al
ase
NFS--forms names of enzymes
amyl-ase
asia/asis
NFS--state, condition
metachrom-asia
ema
NFS--state or condition
emphys-ema
esis
NFS--state, condition, procedure
diur-esis
etic
AFS--pertaining to
gen-etic
ics/tics
NFS--science or study of
pediatr-ics
ism
NFS--state, condition, quality
astigmat-ism
ismus
NFS--state, condition, muscular spasma
esophag-ismus
oid/ode/id
NFS and AFS--like resembling
aden-oid or nemat-ode
oma
NFS--tumor, disease
carcin-oma
ose
NFS or AFS--full of, resembling; chemical substances
ventr-ose
ous
AFS--pertaining to , characterized by, full of
ven-ous
us
NFS--condition, person
hypyothalam-us
ize
VFS--to make, become, cause to be, subject to, engage in
hypnot-ize
ate
NFS--forms names of chemicals
chlor-ate
ide
NFS--forms names of chemicals
brom-ide
ite
NFS--forms names of chemicals
nitr-ite
one
NFS--forms names of chemicals
testoster-one
ose
NFS--forms names of chemicals
gluc-ose
coli
combining form; words containing this usualy refer to the colon bacillus e.coli
E. Coli
cyst(i)/ cystis
combining form; bladder, cyst
cholecyst
refer to the gallbladder
acr
combining form; (highest point) extremities (hands and feet)
acr-odermatitis
ambly
combining form; dull, faint
ambly-acousia
carcin
combining form; carcinoma, cancer, hernia, tumor, swelling
carcin-oma
cel
combining form; hernia, tumor, swelling
hydro-cel-e
cheir/chir
combining form; hand
cheir-ospasm
chol(e)
combining form; bile, gall
chol-olith
col(i)/colon
combining form; colon
cyst-itis
diplo
combining form; double, twin
diplo-bacillus
enter
combining form; (small) intestine
enter-algia
erg
combining form; action, work
erg-ometer
gastr
combining form; stomach
gastr-ectomy
hem/hemat/em
combining form; blood
hem-orrhage
hepar/hepat
combining form; liver
hepat-itis
lip
combining form; fat
lip-osuction
macr
combining form; (abnormally)large or long
macr-opodia
mega/megal
combining form; (abnormally)large or long
mega-colon
melan
combining form; dark, black
melan-in
micr
combining form; (abnormally) small
micr-obe
nyct
combining form; night
nyct-algia
odyn
combining form; pain
odyn-ophagia
onc
combining form; tumor
onc-ologist
pachy
combining form; thick
pachy-derma
pseud
combining form; false
pseud-arthritis
py
combining form; pus
py-emia
sarc
combining form; flesh, soft tissue
sarc-olysis
spasm
combining form; spasm, involuntary muscular contraction
neuro-spasm
splen
combining form; spleen
splen-omegalia
stom/stomat
combining form; mouth, opening
stomat-odynia
sarc
combining form; flesh, soft tissue
sarc-olysis
spasm
combining form; spasm, involuntary muscular contraction
neuro-spasm
splen
spleen
splen-omegalia
stom/stomat
mouth, opening
stomat-odynia