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319 Cards in this Set

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cervic (o)
neck
hem, hema, hemo, hemat (o)
blood
cost (o)
rib
glyc (o)
sugar
fibr (o)
fiber, fibrous
derm (a)
skin
carp (o)
wrist
jejun (o)
jejunum
ile (o), ili (o)
ileum
hydro (o)
water, fluid
cephal (o)
head
encephal (o)
brain
cholecyst
gallbladder
genu
knee, bend
crani (o)
skull
cyt (o)
cell
colp (o)
vagina
spleen (o)
spleen
os
bone or opening
lymph
watery liquid from lymphatic tissue fluids
my (o)
muscle
necr (o)
dead
opt (o)
relating to vision
orth (o)
straight, normal, correct
ped (o)
child
ot (o)
ear
orchi (o)
testicle
nephr (O)
kidney
nas (o)
nose
lith (o)
stone
mening (o)
membrane
metra, metro
uterus, endometrium
laryng (o)
larynx, throat
kinesi (o)
movement
physio
relating to nature, life
oste (o)
bone
neur (o)
nerve
ocul (o)
eye
oophor (o)
ovary
ophthalm (o)
eye
phleb (o)
vein
pharyng (o)
pharynx
lapar (o)
abdomen, loin, or flank
mamm (o)
breast, mammary gland
kerat (o)
cornea, sclera
thromb (o)
clot, thrombus
thorac (o)
chest, thorax
spondyl (o)
vertebrae, spine
ur (O), urin (o)
relating to urine or urinary organs
sarc (o)
flesh (skeletal muscle tissue)
sacr (o)
sacrum (vertebra)
sten (o)
narrow, construction
py (o)
pus
pyel (o)
pelvis of the kidney
ventr (i), ventr (o)
chamber typically in brain or heart
vas (O)
a duct
urethr (o)
urethra
salping (o)
tube (uterine/fallopian)
trache (o)
trachea
toxo
poison
ven
vein
ren (i)
kidney
ten (o)
tendon
stern (o)
sternum
stomat (o)
mouth
meno
menstruation, monthly
lip (o)
fat
psych (o)
mind, soul
vertebr (o)
spine, vertebrae
pulmon (o)
lung
myel (o)
bone marrow, spinal cord, nerve sheath
proct (o)
rectum
cyst (o)
urinary bladder
ureter (o)
ureters
gluc (o)
glucose, sweetness
aden (o)
gland
card (i)
pertaining to the heart
chole, chol (o)
bile
hepat (o)
liver
rhin (o)
nose
bil (i)
relating to bile
vesic (o)
urinary bladder
uter (o)
uterus
path (o)
relating to disease
pod (o)
foot
splen (o)
spleen
col (o)
colon (large intestine)
dent (o), dont (o)
relating to a tooth or the teeth
rect (o)
rectum
therm (o)
heat
toxic (o)
poison, poisonous
thyr (o)
thyroid gland
isch (o)
deficiency, blockage
adren (o)
adrenal gland
choledoch (o)
common bile duct
cholangi (o)
bile duct
chlor (o)
green
cheil (o)
lip
cerebr (o)
cerebrum, brain
cerebell (o)
cerebellum
celi (o)
abdomen (abdominal cavity)
cec (o)
cecum
caud (o)
tail (downward)
carcin (o)
cancer
capn (o)
carbon dioxide
cancer (o)
cancer
calc (i)
calcium
burs (o)
bursa (cavity)
blast (o)
developing cell
bi (o)
life
balan (o)
glans penis
azot (o)
urea, nitrogen
aut (o)
self
aur (i), aur (o)
ear
atri (o)
atrium
ather (o)
yellowish, fatty plaque
atel (o)
imperfect, incomplete
arche (o)
first, beginning
appendic (o)
appendix
aponeur (o)
aponeurosis
kary (o)
nucleus
kal (i)
potassium
audi (o)
pertaining to hearing
arthr (o)
joint
abdomin (o)
abdomen
mast (o)
breast, mastoid process
later (o)
side
pneum (o)
lung or air
bronch (o)
pertaining to a bronchus or the bronchi
infer (o)
below
irid (o), iri (o)
iris
ischi (o)
ischium
iatr (o)
medicine, physician, treatment
hymen (o)
hymen
humer (o)
humerus (upper arm bone)
hist (o)
tissue
hidr (o)
sweat
dur (o)
hard, dura matter
dors (o)
back
diverticul (o)
diverticulum
dist (o)
away (from the point of attachement of a body part)
disk (o)
intervertebral disk
dips (o)
thirst
dipl (o)
two, double
diaphragmat (o)
diaphragm
dacry (o)
tear, tear duct
cyan (o)
blue
cutane (o)
skin
culd (o)
cul-de-sac
crypt (o)
hidden
cry (o)
cold
cortic (o)
cortex (outer layer of body organ)
cor (o)
pupil
cornea (o)
cornea
core (o)
pupil
conjunctiv (o)
conjunctiva
coni (o)
dust
clavic (o), clavicul (o)
clavicle (collarbone)
heter (o)
other
herni (o)
hernia
gravid (o)
pregnancy
gno (o)
knowledge
glomerul (o)
glomerulus
gingiv (o)
gum
gangli (o), ganglion (o)
ganglion
fibul (o)
fibula (lower leg)
fet (i), fet (o)
fetus, unborn child
femor (o)
femur (upper leg bone)
eti (o)
cause (of disease)
esthesi (o)
sensation, sensitivity, feeling
esophag (o)
esophagus
erythr (o)
red
epitheli (o)
epithelium
episi (o)
vulva
epiglott (o)
epiglottis
epididym (o)
epididymis
endocrin (o)
endocrine
embry (o)
embryo, to be full
electr (o)
electricity, electrical activity
ech (o)
sound
blephar (o)
relating to an eyelid
calcane (o)
heel
chondr (o)
cartilage
dactyl (o)
finger or toe
gastr (o)
stomach
enter (o)
intestines
hyster (o)
uterus
duoden (o)
duodenum
doch (o)
duct
gloss (o)
tongue
gyn, gyne, gynec (o)
woman
aort (o)
aorta
antr (o)
antrum
anter (o)
front
an (o)
anus
ankyl (o)
crooked, bent, stiff
andr (o)
male
amni (o), amnion (o)
amnion
alveol (o)
alveolus
albumin (o)
albumin
adenoid (o)
adenoids
acr (o)
extremities, height
arteri (o)
artery
brach (i)
arm
acou (i)
hearing
angi (o)
vessel (usually blood vessel)
cardi (o)
pertaining to the heart
chori (o)
chorion
chrom (o)
color
kyph (o)
hump
labyrinth (o)
labyrinth, inner ear
lacrim (o)
tear duct, tear
lact (o)
milk
lamin (o)
lamina (thin, flat plate, or layer)
lei (o)
smooth
leuk (o)
white
lingu (o)
tongue
lob (o)
lobe
lord (o)
bent forward
lumb (o)
loin (or lumbar region of the spine)
mandibul (o)
mandible (lower jawbone)
mastoid (o)
mastoid
maxill (o)
maxilla (upper jawbone)
meat (o)
meatus (opening)
melan (o)
black
menisc (o)
meniscus (crescent)
ment (o)
mind
mon (o)
one
muc (o)
mucus
myc (o)
fungus
myring (o)
eardrum
nat (o)
birth
noct (i)
night
olig (o)
scanty, few
omphal (o)
umbilicus, navel
onc (o)
tumor
onych (o)
nail
orchid (o)
testicle
organ (o)
organ
or (o)
mouth
ox (i), ox (o)
oxygen
pachy (o)
thick
palat (o)
palate
pancreat (o)
pancreas
parathyroid (o)
parathyroid gland
par (o), part (o)
bear, give birth to, labor
patell (o)
patella (knee cap)
pelv (i), pelv (o)
pelvis, pelvic bone
perine (o)
perineum
peritone (o)
peritoneum
petr (o)
stone
phalang (o)
phalanx (finger or toe bone)
phas (o)
speech
phot (o)
light
phren (o)
mind
plasm (o)
plasma
pleur (o)
pleura
poli (o)
gray matter
polyp (o)
polyp, small growth
poster (o)
back, behind
prim (i)
first
prostat (o)
prostate gland
proxim (o)
near (the point of attachement of a body part)
pseud (o)
false
pub (o)
pubis
puerper (o)
childbirth
pupill (o)
pupil
pylor (o)
pylor
quadr (i)
four
rachi (o)
spinal or vertebral column
radic (o), radicul (o), rhiz (o)
nerve root
radi (o)
radius (lower arm bone)
retin (o)
retina
rhabd (o)
rod-shaped striated
rhytid (o)
wrinkles
sarc (o)
flesh, connective tissue
scapul (o)
scapula (shoulder bone)
scler (o)
sclera
scoli (o)
crooked, curved
seb (o)
sebum (oil)
sept (o)
septum
sial (o)
saliva
sigmoid (o)
sigmoid
sinus (o)
sinus
somat (o)
body
somn (o)
sleep
son (o)
sound
spermat (o), sperm (o)
spermatozoan, sperm
spir (o)
breathe, breathing
staped (o)
stapes (middle ear bone)
staphyl (o)
grapelike clusters
strept (o)
twisted chains
super (o)
above
synovi (o)
synovia, synovial membrane
system (o)
system
tars (o)
tarsals (ankle bones)
tendin (o), tend (o)
tendon
test (o)
testis, testicle
thym (o)
thymus gland
thyroid (o)
thyroid gland
tibi (o)
tibia (lower leg bone)
tom (o)
cut, section
ton (o)
tension, pressure
tonsill (o)
tonsil
trachel (o)
cervix
trich (o)
hair
tympan (o)
eardrum, middle ear
uln (o)
ulna (lower arm bone)
ungu (o)
nail
uvul (o)
uvula
vagin (o)
vagina
valv (o), valvul (o)
valve
ventricul (o)
ventricle
ventr (o)
belly, front
vesicul (o)
seminal vesicles
viscer (o)
internal organs
vulv (o)
vulva
xanth (o)
yellow
xer (o)
dry