GRK333.Test2.L4

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  1. aut-
    self
  2. crin-
    (separate) secrete, secretion
  3. esthe(s)-
    sensation, sensitivity, sense
  4. gen(e)-
    -gen
    come into being; produce
  5. gram-
    (something written) a record
  6. graph-
    write, record
  7. iatr-
    healer, physician; treatment
  8. idi-
    of one's self
  9. kine-
    move
  10. kines(i)-
    movement, motion
  11. ly(s)
    destroy, break down
  12. myx-
    mucus
  13. orth-
    straight, erect, normal
  14. ot-
    ear
  15. path-
    (suffering) disease
  16. phil-
    love; have an affinity for
  17. pt-
    fall, sag, drop, prolapse
  18. pyr-
    (fire) fever, burning
  19. pyret-
    fever
  20. pyrex-
    be feverish
  21. rhe-
    (run) flow, secrete
  22. rhag-
    (burst forth) flow profusely, hemorrhage
  23. rhex-
    rupture
  24. rhin-
    nose
  25. scop-
    look at, examine
  26. sep-
    (be putrid) be infected
  27. ta-
    stretching
  28. tel-
    end, completion
  29. ten-, tenon(t)-
    tendon
  30. therap(eu)
    treat medically, heal
  31. tom-
    a cutting, slice, incision
  32. ton-
    (a streaching)(muscular) tone, tension
  33. -ectasia, -ectasis
    dilution, enlargement
  34. -ectomy
    surgical excision; removal of all (total excision) or part (partial excision) of an organ
  35. -gen
    substance that produces (something)
  36. -genesis
    formation, origin
  37. -genic
    causing, producing, caused
  38. -genous
    by, produced by, produced in
  39. -gram
    a record of the activity of an organ (often an x-ray)
  40. -graph
    an instrument for recording the activity of an organ
  41. -graphy
    • -the recording of the activity of an organ
    • -a descriptive treatise (on a subject)
  42. -lysis
    dissolution, reduction, decomposition, disintegration
  43. -lytic
    pertaining to dissolution or decomposition, disintegration
  44. pathy
    disease
  45. ptosis
    dropping, sagging, prolapse (of an organ or part)
  46. -rrhagia
    profuse, discharge, hemorrhage
  47. -rrhea
    profuse discharge, excessive secretion
  48. -rrhexis
    bursting (of tissues), rupture
  49. -scope
    an instrument for examining
  50. -scopy
    examination
  51. -tome
    a surgical instrument for cutting
  52. -tomy
    surgical incision

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