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63 Cards in this Set

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-scope
instrument to view or examine
-plasty
surgical repair
-scopy
visual examination
-ectasis
dilation, expansion
-rrhaphy
suture
-desis
binding or fixation of a bone or joint
-clasis
break or fracture
phleb/o
blood
-algia
pain
-phobia
fear
-tomy
incision or cut into
-gram
record, a writing
-pathy
disease
-tripsy
crushing
-dynia
pain
-malacia
softening
-toxic
poison
-lysis
separation, destruction, loosening
-genesis
forming, producing, origin
-philia
attraction to
-stasis
standing still
mast/o
breast
-oid
resembling
-centesis
puncture
-gen
forming, formation, origin
-graph
instrument for recording
-emia
blood condition
-plasia
formation, growth
-lith
stone, calculus
-rrhage
bursting forth
-tome
instrument to cut
-paresis
partial paralysis
-logy
the study of
-phasia
speech
-oma
tumor
-metry
act of measuring
-megaly
enlargement
colon/o
colon
-cele
hernia, swelling
-emesis
vomiting
-pexy
suspension or fixation of an organ
-phagia
eating, swallowing
-para
to bear (offspring)
-trophy
development, nourishment
-ectomy
excision or removal
-penia
decrease, deficiency
-stomy
forming an opening
-logist
specialist in the study of
-ptosis
prolapse, downward displacement
-meter
instrument for measuring
-itis
inflammation
-graphy
process of recording
cephal/o
head
-rrhexis
rupture
encephal/o
brain
-plegia
paralysis, stroke
-iasis
abnormal condition
-spasm
involuntary contraction, twitching
-poiesis
formation, production
-rrhagia
bursting forth
-rrhea
discharge, flow
-osis
abnormal condition, increase (used primarily with blood cells)
-stenosis
narrowing, stricture