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  1. aden/o
    gland
  2. arthr/o
    joint
  3. bi/o
    life
  4. carcin/o
    cancerous, cancer
  5. cardi/o
    heart
  6. cephal/o
    head
  7. cerebr/o
    cerebrum (largest part of the brain)
  8. cis/o
    sect/o
    to cut
  9. crin/o
    to secrete (to form or give off)
  10. cyst/o
    urinary bladder
  11. cyt/o
    -cyte
    cell
  12. derm/o
    dermat/o
    cutane/o
    skin
  13. electr/o
    electricity
  14. encephal/o
    brain
  15. enter/o
    intestines
  16. erythr/o
    red
  17. gastr/o
    stomach
  18. glyc/o
    sugar
  19. gnos/o
    knowledge
  20. gynec/o
    woman, female
  21. hemat/o
    hem/o
    blood
  22. hepat/o
    liver
  23. iatr/o
    -therapy
    treatment
  24. leuk/o
    white
  25. log/o
    study of
  26. nephr/o
    ren/o
    kidney
  27. neur/o
    nerve
  28. onc/o
    tumor
  29. ophthalm/o
    eye
  30. oste/o
    bone
  31. path/o
    disease
  32. ped/o
    child
  33. psych/o
    mind
  34. radi/o
    x-ray
  35. rhin/o
    nose
  36. sarc/o
    flesh
  37. thromb/o
    clot
  38. ur/o
    urinary tract
  39. -ac, -al, -ic, -ical, -eal, -iac, -ior, -ar, -ary, -genic, -ose, -ous, -tic
    pertaining to
  40. -algia
    -dynia
    pain
  41. -ectomy
    removal, excision
  42. -emia
    blood condition
  43. -globin
    protein
  44. -gram
    record
  45. -ion
    -y
    -ism
    process, condition
  46. -ist
    specialist
  47. -itis
    inflammation
  48. -logy
    process of study
  49. -oma
    tumor, mass of blood
  50. -opsy
    process of viewing
  51. -osis
    abnormal condition
  52. -pathy
    disease condition
  53. -scope
    instrument to visually examine
  54. -scopy
    process of visually examining
  55. -sis
    state of; condition
  56. -tomy
    process of cutting, incision
  57. a-, an-
    without, not, no,
  58. auto-
    aut-
    self, own
  59. dia-
    through, complete
  60. end-
    endo-
    within
  61. epi-
    above, upon
  62. ex-
    exo-
    out, outside of
  63. hyper-
    excessive, above
  64. hypo-
    less than normal, below
  65. in-
    into, in
  66. peri-
    surrounding, around
  67. pro-
    before, forward
  68. re-
    back, backward, again
  69. retro-
    behind
  70. sub-
    below, under
  71. trans-
    across, through
  72. word beginnings
    prefixes
  73. word endings
    suffixes
  74. foundation of a word
    root
  75. letter linking suffix and root, or linking two roots
    vowel
  76. combination of a root and vowel
    combining form
  77. abdomin/o
    lapar/o
    abdomen
  78. adip/o
    fat
  79. anter/o
    front
  80. bol/o
    to cast (throw)
  81. cervic/o
    neck
  82. chondr/o
    cartilage(type of connective tissue)
  83. chrom/o
    color
  84. coccyg/o
    coccyx (tailbone)
  85. crani/o
    skull
  86. dist/o
    far, distant
  87. dors/o
    back portion of body
  88. hist/o
    tissue
  89. ili/o
    ilium (part of pelvic bone)
  90. inguin/o
    groin
  91. kary/o
    nucle/o
    nucleus
  92. later/o
    side
  93. lumb/o
    lower back
  94. medi/o
    middle
  95. pelv/i
    pelvis
  96. poster/o
    back, behind
  97. proxim/o
    nearest
  98. sacr/o
    sacrum
  99. spin/o
    spine, backbone
  100. thel/o
    nipple
  101. thorac/o
    chest
  102. trache/o
    trachea, windpipe
  103. umbilic/o
    omphal/o
    navel, umbilicus
  104. ventr/o
    belly side of the body
  105. vertebr/o
    • vertebra(e)
    • backbone(s)
  106. viscer/o
    internal organs
  107. ana-
    up
  108. cata-
    down
  109. inter-
    between
  110. meta-
    change
  111. -plasm
    formation
  112. -somes
    bodies
  113. -type
    picture, classification
  114. material of the cell located outside the nucleus
    cytoplasm
  115. regions of dna within each chromosome
    genes
  116. small sausage-shaped structures which food is burned to release energy
    mitochondria
  117. canal like structure in the cytoplasm
    endoplasmic reticulum
  118. structure that surrounds and protects the cell
    cell membrane
  119. control center of the cell
    nucleus
  120. found within each chromosomes
    dna
  121. rod-shaped structures in the nuclues that contains regions of called genes
    chromosomes
  122. number of chromosomes in a normal males muscle cell
    46
  123. number of chromosomes in a females egg cell
    23
  124. voice box (larynx)
    laryng/o
  125. membrane srrounding the lungs
    pleura
  126. throat
    pharynx
  127. tube from the kidney to the urinary bladder
    ureter
  128. endocrine gland located at the base of the brain
    pituitary gland
  129. endocrine gland surrounding the windpipe
    thyroid gland
  130. tube leading from urinary bladder to outside the body
    urethra
  131. cavity surrounded by skull
    cranial
  132. cavity in the chest surounded by ribs
    thoracic
  133. cavity below the chest containing stomach liver n gallbladder
    abdominal
  134. cavity surrounded by the hip bones
    pelvic
  135. cavity surrounded by the bones of the back
    spinal
  136. region of the neck
    cervical
  137. mediastinum
    space btw the lungs
  138. spinal cord
    nervous tissue within spinal cavity
  139. diaphragm
    muscle separating the abdominal n thoracic cavities
  140. intervertebral disk
    pad of cartilage btw 2 adjoning vertebrae
  141. pleural cavity
    space surrounding each lung
  142. spinal column
    bony tissue surrounding the spinal cavity
  143. peritoneum
    peritone/o
    membranes surrounding the abdominal organs
  144. region of the waist
    lumbar
  145. region of the sacrum
    sacrul
  146. region of the tailbone
    coccygeal
  147. RUQ- right upper quadrant
    liver, gallbladder, pancreas, small&large intestines
  148. LUQ- left upper quadrant
    liver, stomach, spleen, pancreas, small&large intestines
  149. RLQ- right lower quadrant
    small&large intestines,ovary, fallopian tube, appendix, ureter
  150. LLQ- left lower quadrant
    small&large intestines, ovary, fallopian tube, ureter
  151. anterior (ventral)
    front surface of body
  152. posterior (dorsal)
    back side of body
  153. deep
    away from surface
  154. superficial
    on the surface
  155. proximal
    near the point of attachment
  156. distal
    far from the point of attachment
  157. inferior
    below another structure
  158. superior
    above another structure
  159. medial
    pertaining to the middle
  160. lateral
    pertaining to the side
  161. supine
    lying on the back
  162. prone
    lying on the belly
  163. frontal plane (coronal)
    vertical plane dividing the body into anterior and posterior
  164. sagittal plane (lateral)
    dividing the body into right and left sides
  165. transverse plane (cross-sectional or axial)
    horizontal plane running across body dividing into upper and lower parts
  166. L5-S1
    C3-C4
    • area btw 5th lumbar vertebrae n 1st sacral vertebrae
    • area btw 3rd cervical and 4th cervical
  167. acr/o
    extremeties, top
  168. acu/o
    sharp, severe, sudden
  169. amni/o
    amnion (sac surrounding the embryo in the nuclues)
  170. angi/o
    vessel
  171. arteri/o
    artery
  172. axill/o
    armpit
  173. blephar/o
    eyelid
  174. bronch/o
    bronchial tubes
  175. chem/o
    chemical, drug
  176. chron/o
    time
  177. col/o
    colon/o
    colon (large intestine)
  178. isch/o
    to hold back
  179. lymph/o
    lymph
  180. mamm/o
    mast/o
    breast
  181. morph/o
    shape, form
  182. muc/o
    mucus
  183. my/o
    muscle
  184. myel/o
    spinal cord, bone marrow
  185. necr/o
    mort/o
    death
  186. neutr/o
    neutrophil (a white blood cell)
  187. ot/o
    ear
  188. phag/o
    eat, swallow
  189. phleb/o
    ven/o
    vein
  190. plas/o
    formation, development
  191. pleur/o
    pleura
  192. pneumon/o
    pulmon/o
    lungs
  193. rect/o
    rectum
  194. splen/o
    spleen
  195. staphyl/o
    clusters
  196. strept/o
    twisted chains
  197. tonsill/o
    tonsils
  198. trache/o
    trachea (windpipe)
  199. -cele
    hernia
  200. -centesis
    surgical puncture to remove fluid
  201. -coccus plural-cocci
    berry-shaped bacterium
  202. -genesis
    condition of producing
  203. -graph
    instrument for recording
  204. -graphy
    proces of recording
  205. -lysis
    breakdown, destruction
  206. -malacia
    softening
  207. -megaly
    enlargement
  208. -opsy
    to view
  209. -penia
    deficiency
  210. -phobia
    fear
  211. -plasia
    development, formation, growth
  212. -plasty
    surgical repair
  213. -ptosis
    sagging, prolapse
  214. -sclerosis
    hardening
  215. -stasis
    stopping, controlling
  216. -stomy
    new opening
  217. -trophy
    development, nourishment
  218. -er
    -or
    one who
  219. -ia
    condition
  220. -ole
    -ule
    small
  221. -um, -ium
    structure, tissue
  222. -us
    structure, substance
  223. -oid
    resembling
  224. hiatal hernia
    stomach protrudes upward
  225. inguinal hernia
    part of the intestine protrudes downward into the groin
  226. eosinophils
    • granules stain red [eosin/o-rosy] with acidic stain
    • increased in # in allergic conditions
  227. basophils
    • granules stain blue with [bas/o-basic] stain
    • increases in the healing phase of inflammation
  228. neutrophils
    • granules stain purple with neutralstain
    • important in disease fighting
  229. lymphocytes
    fight disease by producing antibodies
  230. mononuclear leukocytes (agranulocytes)
    • 1 large nucleus n only few granules
    • roduced in bone marrow
  231. monocytes
    • engulf n destroy cellular debris
    • leave blood stream n enter tissues
  232. thrombocytes
    platelets
    clotting cells
  233. carp/o
    wrist bones
  234. cib/o
    meals
  235. cost/o
    ribs
  236. dactyl/o
    fingers, toes
  237. duct/o
    to lead, carry
  238. flex/o
    bend
  239. furc/o
    forking, bending
  240. gloss/o
    lingu/o
    tongue
  241. immun/o
    protection
  242. nat/i
    birth
  243. nect/o
    to bind, connect
  244. norm/o
    rule, order
  245. ox/o
    oxygen
  246. pub/p
    pubis (pubic bone)
  247. seps/o
    infection
  248. somn/o
    sleep
  249. son/o
    sound
  250. the/o
    to put, place
  251. thel/o
    nipple
  252. thyr/o
    thyroid gland
  253. top/o
    place, position
  254. tox/o
    poison
  255. urethr/o
    urethra
  256. -blast
    embryonic, immature
  257. -crine
    to secrete
  258. -cyesis
    pregnancy
  259. -drome
    to run
  260. -fusion
    coming together, to pour
  261. -gen
    substance that produces
  262. -lapse
    to slide, fall
  263. -meter
    to measure
  264. -mission
    to send
  265. -partum
    birth, labor
  266. -phoria
    to bear, carry
  267. -physis
    to grow
  268. -pnea
    breathing
  269. -rrhea
    flow, discharge
  270. ab-
    away from
  271. ad-
    toward
  272. ante-
    before, forward
  273. anti-
    against
  274. bi-
    2
  275. brady-
    slow
  276. con-
    with, together
  277. contra-
    opposite, against
  278. de-
    down, lack of
  279. dys-
    mal-
    bad, painful, difficult
  280. ec-
    ecto-
    out, oustide
  281. eu-
    good, normal
  282. hemi-
    half
  283. in-
    • not
    • into, within
  284. infra-
    beneath, under
  285. inter-
    between
  286. intra-
    in, within, into
  287. macro-
    large
  288. meta-
    beyond, change
  289. micro-
    small
  290. neo-
    new
  291. pan-
    all
  292. para-
    abnormal, beside, near
  293. per-
    through
  294. peri-
    surrounding
  295. poly-
    many, much
  296. post-
    after, behind
  297. pseudo-
    false
  298. supra-
    above, upper
  299. syn-
    sym-
    together, with
  300. tachy-
    fast
  301. ultra
    beyond excess
  302. uni-
    one
  303. bucc/o
    cheeks
  304. cheil/o
    labi/o
    lips
  305. palat/o
    palate hard n soft
  306. uvul/o
    uvula
  307. gingiv/o
    gums
  308. dent/i
    odont/o
    teeth
  309. an/o
    anus
  310. append/o
    appendic/o
    appendix
  311. cec/o
    cecum
  312. celi/o
    belly,abdomen
  313. cholecyst/o
    gallbladder
  314. choledoch/o
    common bile duct
  315. duoden/o
    duodenum

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