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aut
CF
self
crin
CF
(separate) secrete, secretion
esthe(s)
CF
sensation, sensitivity, sense
gen(e)
CF
come into being; produce
gram
CF
(something written) a record
graph
CF
write, record
iatr
CF
healer, physician, treatment
idi
CF
of one's self
kine
CF
move
kines(i)
CF
movement, motion
ly(s)
CF
destroy, break down
myx
CF
mucus
orth
CF
straight, erect, normal
ot
CF
ear
path
CF
(suffering) disease
phil
CF
love; have an affinity for
pt
CF
fall, sag, drop, prolapse
pyr
CF
(fire) fever, burning
pyret
CF
fever
pyrex
CF
be feverish
rhe
CF
(run) flow, secrete
rhag
CF
(burst forth)flow profusely, hemorrhage
rhex
CF
rupture
rhin
CF
nose
scop
CF
look at, examine
sep
CF
(be putrid) be infected
ta
CF
stretching
tel
CF
end, completion
ten, tenon(t)
CF
tendon
therap(eu)
CF
treat medically, heal
tom
CF
a cutting, slice, incision
ton
CF
(a stretching) muscular tone, tension
ecrasia, ectasis
CSF
dilation, enlargement
ectomy
CSF
surgical excision; removal of all (total excision) or part (partial excision) of an organ
gen
CSF
substance that produces (something)
CF
come into being; produce
genesis
CSF
formation, origin
genic, genous
CSF
causing, producing, caused by, produced by or in
gram
CSF
a record of the activity of an organ (often an x-ray)
graph
CSF
an instrument for recording the activity of an organ
CF
write, record
graphy
CSF
1. the recording of the activity of an organ (usually by x-ray examination)
2. a descriptive treatise (on a subject)
lysis
CSF
dissolution, reduction, decomposition, disintegration
lytic
CSF
pertaining to dissolution or decomposition, disintegration (from adjectives from words ending in lysis)
pathy
CSF
disease
ptosis
CSF
dropping, sagging, prolapse (of an organ or part)
rrhagia
CSF
profuse discharge, hemorrhage
rrhea
CSF
profuse discharge, excessive secretion
rrhexis
CSF
bursting (of tissues), rupture
scope
CSF
an instrument for examining
scopy
CSF
examination
tome
CSF
a surgical instrument for cutting
tomy
CSF
surgical incision