Etymology Test 5

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  1. -geus(t)ia
    • geusis; 
    • taste
  2. -gon
    angled figure
  3. -grade
    • trend; 
    • current;  progression
  4. -gram
    visual record
  5. -graph(y)
    • visualization; 
    • machine;  instrument for recording
  6. -hemia
    blood condition
  7. -ia
    pathological condition
  8. -iasis, -iosis
    a process, condition, or state
  9. -iatrics, -iatry
    • healing; 
    • medical art
  10. -ic
    pertaining to
  11. -ism
    condition
  12. -ist
    one who specializes in
  13. -itis     
    inflammation
  14. -kinesia
    movement
  15. -lepsy
    seizure
  16. -lith, -lite
    • stone; 
    • calculus
  17. -logy, -ology
    • study of; 
    • science of
  18. -lysis
    • breaking down; 
    • loosening;  destruction
  19. -malacia
    softening
  20. -mania
    • madness; 
    • insane desire
  21. -megaly
    enlargement
  22. -meter
    instrument for measuring
  23. -metry
    measurement
  24. -odia
    smell
  25. -odynia
    pain
  26. -oid
    • resembling; 
    • like
  27. -ol, -oleum
    oil
  28. -ologist
    one who studies
  29. -oma, -oncus
    • tumor; 
    • new growth
  30. -opia, -opsia, -opsy
    vision
  31. -orexia, -orexis
    appetite
  32. -orrhagia
    • rapid discharge; 
    • hemorrhage
  33. -orrhaphy, rraphy
    suture
  34. -orrhea
    • flow; 
    • discharge
  35. -orrhexis
    rupture
  36. -ose
    denotes a sugar or carbohydrate
  37. -osis
    • action of; 
    • condition of;  abnormal condition
  38. -osphresia, -osphresis, -osmia
    smell
  39. -ostomy
    formation of a new opening
  40. -otomy
    • incision; 
    • cutting into
  41. -ous
    • pertaining to; 
    • containing
  42. -pathy
    disease
  43. -penia
    • deficiency; 
    • poverty;  insufficiency;  lack
  44. -pepsia
    digestion
  45. -phage, -phagia, -phagy
    • to eat; 
    • devour;  swallowing
  46. -phile
    lover
  47. -phobia
    • abnormal
    • fear;  morbid fear
  48. -phore
    bearer
  49. -phoria
    • feeling; 
    • bearing
  50. -phyma
    swelling
  51. -plasia
    • formation; 
    • development
  52. -plasm
    formed substance
  53. -plasty
    • surgical repair; 
    • plastic surgery
  54. -plegia
    • stroke; 
    • paralysis
  55. -pexy
    surgical fixation
  56. -pnea
    breathing
  57. -poiesis
    • formation; 
    • generation
  58. -ptosis
    • a falling; 
    • prolapse;  sagging
  59. -rhage, -rrhagi
    • discharge; 
    • a bursting forth
  60. -rhea, -rrae, -rrhea
    abnormal or excessive flow;  non-blood discharge
  61. -schisis
    splitting
  62. -sclerosis
    hardening
  63. -scope
    instrument for (visual) examination
  64. -scopy
    • see; 
    • examination
  65. -sepsis
    infection
  66. -some
    body
  67. -spasm
    • spasm; 
    • twitching
  68. -stasis
    • standing still; 
    • position;  stopping;  controlling; 
    • checking
  69. -stat
    • stationary; 
    • set;  devise to check or stop
  70. -staxis
    discharge by drops
  71. -stenosis
    stricture
  72. -stomy
    surgical formation of an orifice
  73. -taxis
    movement in response to stimulus
  74. -therapy
    treatment
  75. -thrix
    thread
  76. -tome
    instrument to cut
  77. -tomy
    surgical incision
  78. -tripsy
    surgical crushing
  79. -trophy
    • nourish; 
    • development
  80. -tropic, -trope
    a turning
  81. -uria
    • urine; 
    • condition of urine
  82. -vivo
    life
  83. -vitro
    artificial life

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