CLST 301 Module 11

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CLST 301 Module 11
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The Urinary, Endocrine, and Lymphatic Systems
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  1. cyst-
    sac; cyst; bladder
  2. vesic-
    sac; cyst; bladder
  3. nephr-
    kidney
  4. ren-
    kidney
  5. pyel-
    renal penvis; urine reservoir in kidney [which passes urine to ureter]
  6. ur-
    urine; urinary tract; urination
  7. urin-
    urine; urinary tract; urination
  8. ureter-
    ureter; tube carrying urine from kidney to bladder
  9. urethr-
    urethra; tube carrying urine from bladder to outside the body
  10. uric-
    uric acid
  11. aden-
    gland; lymph node
  12. adren-
    adrenal gland
  13. hormon-
    hormone
  14. amygdal-
    tonsil
  15. tonsill-
    tonsil
  16. lymph-
    lymph
  17. lymphatic-
    lymphatic system; lymphatic duct
  18. por-
    pore; passage
  19. splen-
    spleen
  20. lien-
    spleen
  21. adip-
    fat
  22. lip-
    fat
  23. steat-
    fat
  24. seb-
    sebum; fatty secretion [of the sebaceous gland]
  25. crin-
    secretion
  26. eme-
    vomit
  27. hidr-
    sweat
  28. hist-
    tissue [of an animal or plant]
  29. hygr-
    moisture
  30. onc-
    tumour; a swelling; abnormal mass
  31. py-
    pus
  32. tox-
    poison
  33. toxic-
    poison
  34. toxon-
    poison
  35. ven-
    poison
  36. venen-
    poison
  37. venom-
    poison
  38. zym-
    enzyme; fermentation
  39. aeti-
    cause
  40. eti-
    cause
  41. antr-
    antrum; cavity
  42. aux-
    increase
  43. bar-
    weight; pressure
  44. bary-
    weight; pressure
  45. carcin-
    cancer; cancerous [adj]
  46. chron-
    time
  47. drom-
    a running; flow
  48. dynam-
    power
  49. helc-
    ulceration
  50. hypn-
    sleep
  51. somn-
    sleep
  52. icter-
    jaundice
  53. kinemat-
    movement
  54. kinesi-
    movement
  55. kinema-
    movement
  56. later-
    side
  57. sept-
    septum [a wall that divides two cavities]
  58. saept-
    septum [a wall that divides two cavities]
  59. all-
    other; another; divergent; alternating
  60. anis-
    unequal
  61. atel-
    incomplete
  62. atret-
    without an opening (to an organ/structure)
  63. brachy-
    short [no connecting vowel]
  64. brady
    slow [no connecting vowel]
  65. idi-
    individual; distinct; distinctive; unknown
  66. is-
    equal
  67. equ-
    equal
  68. lept-
    thin
  69. macr-
    large; long
  70. megal-
    large
  71. mes-
    middle
  72. micr-
    small
  73. olig-
    few; small; scanty
  74. orth-
    straight; normal; correct
  75. oxy-
    acute; swift; sharp; sour [no connecting vowel]
  76. pachy-
    thick [no connecting vowel]
  77. pale-
    old; ancient
  78. poikil-
    mottled; varied; irregular
  79. prosth-
    artificial
  80. prosthet-
    artificial
  81. prot-
    earliest; first
  82. psued-
    false; imaginary
  83. schist-
    split
  84. schiz-
    split
  85. scirrh-
    • hard [adj]
    • hard, cancerous tumor [noun]
  86. scoli-
    crooked; laterally curved
  87. sten-
    narrow; constricted
  88. tach-
    rapid
  89. tachy-
    rapid [no connecting vowel]
  90. xen-
    • strange; foreign [adj]
    • foreigner [noun]
  91. xer-
    dry
  92. sicc-
    dry
  93. -agogue
    agent used to induce (an action); agent used to induce the flow (of a substance; or from an organ or tissue); agent used to induce the expulsion (of a foreign body)
  94. anti-X-agogue
    [prefix anti-] agent used to suppress (an action); agent used to suppress the flow (of a substane, or from an organ or tissue); agent used to suppress the expulsion (of a foreign body)
  95. -auxe
    enlargement
  96. -auxis
    enlargement
  97. -auxesis
    enlargement
  98. -crine
    secretion
  99. -elcosis
    ulceration (of an organ or structure)
  100. -emesis
    vomiting (of a substance)
  101. -emetic
    causing vomiting (of a substance)
  102. -emphraxis
    obstruction
  103. -lepsy
    seizure
  104. -phyma
    a swelling
  105. -phymata
    [pl.] a swelling
  106. -pore
    pore; passage
  107. -toxin
    substance poisonous to (an organ or tissue); poisonous substance present in (a plant or life form)
  108. anti-X-toxin
    [prefix anti-] agent used to oppose the substance poisonous to (an organ or tissue); agent used to oppose poisonous substance present in (a plant or life form)
  109. -uria
    urination; presence of (a substance) in the urine; (abnormal) condition of the urine
  110. a-X-uria
    [prefix a-] absence of (a substance) in the urine

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