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or/o
stomat/o
mouth
gloss/o
lingu/o
tongue
dent/o
odont/o
teeth
gingiv/o
gums
esophag/o
esophagus
chol/e
bile, gall
cholecyst/o
gallbladder
choledoch
bile duct
col/o
colon/o
colon (large intestine)
duoden/o
duodenum (first part of small intestine)
enter/o
intestines (usually small)
gastr/o
stomach
hepat/o
liver
ile/o
ileum (third part of small intestine)
jejun/o
jejunum (second part of small intestine)
pancreat/o
pancreas
proct/o
rectum, anus
rect/o
rectum
sial/o
saliva, salivary glands
sigmoid/o
sigmoid colon
cholangi/o
bile vessel
aer/o
air
carcin/o
cancer
hemat/o
blood
lith/o
stone, calculus
maxill/o
jaw
myc/o
fungus
orth/o
straight
therm/o
heat
tox/o
toxic/o
poison
vagin/o
vagina
-al
-ar
-ary
-ic
pertaining to
-ia
condition
-ist
specialist
-ectomy
excision, removal
-plasty
surgical repair
-rrhaphy
suture
-tome
instrument to cut
-tomy
incision, cut into
-algia
-dynia
pain
-emesis
vomit
-gram
record
-graphy
process of recording
-iasis
abnormal condition (produced by something specific)
-itis
inflammation
-lith
stone, calculus
-logist
specialist in the study of
-logy
study of
-megaly
enlargement
-oma
tumor
-osis
abnormal condition
-pepsia
digestion
-phagia
swallow, eat
-rrhea
flow, discharge
-scope
instrument to view
-scopy
visual examination
-spasm
involuntary contraction, twitching
-stenosis
stricture, narrowing
ab-
away from
dys-
bad, painful, difficult
epi-
above, upon
hyper-
above, excessive
hypo-
sub-
under, below
peri-
around