CAT 150 Anatomy, Physiology, terminology CH1-2

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CAT 150 Anatomy, Physiology, terminology CH1-2
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medical terminology for generalized beginning medical students.
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  1. True or False
    All medical terms have a prefix.
    False
  2. True or False
    All medical terms must have a suffix.
    True.
  3. Name That Plane
    1
    • Frontal
    • (Coronal Plane)
  4. Name That Plane

    2
    • Sagittal
    • (Median Plane)
  5. Name That Plane
    3
    • Transverse plane
    • (horizontal plane)
  6. Regions of the Body
    Name 1-5
    • 1. Cephalic
    • 2. Cervical
    • 3. Thoracic
    • 4. Brachial
    • 5. Trunk
  7. Regions of the Body
    Name 6-9
    • 6. Abdominal
    • 7. Pelvic
    • 8. Pubic
    • 9. Crural
  8. Regions of the Body
    Name 10-12
    • 10. Gluteal
    • 11. Vertebral
    • 12. Dorsum
  9. aden/o
    gland
  10. carcin/o
    cancer
  11. cardi/o
    heart
  12. chem/o
    chemical
  13. cis/o
    to cut
  14. dermat/o
    skin
  15. enter/o
    small intestine
  16. gastr/o
    stomach
  17. gynec/o
    female
  18. hemat/o
    blood
  19. hydr/o
    water
  20. immun/o
    immunity
  21. laryng/o
    voice box
  22. nephr/o
    kidney
  23. nuer/o
    nerve
  24. ophthalm/o
    eye
  25. ot/o
    ear
  26. path/o
    disease
  27. pulmon/o
    lung
  28. rhin/o
    nose
  29. a-
    without, away from
  30. an-
    without
  31. ante-
    before, in front of
  32. anti-
    against
  33. auto-
    self
  34. brady-
    slow
  35. contra-
    against
  36. de-
    without
  37. dys-
    painful, difficult, abnormal
  38. endo-
    within, inner
  39. epi-
    upon, over
  40. eso-
    inward
  41. eu-
    normal, good
  42. ex-
    external, outward
  43. exo-
    outward
  44. extra-
    outside of
  45. hetero-
    different
  46. homo-
    the same
  47. hydro-
    water
  48. hyper-
    over, above
  49. hypo-
    under, below
  50. in-
    not; inward
  51. inter-
    among, between
  52. intra-
    within, inside
  53. macro-
    large
  54. micro-
    small
  55. myo-
    to shut
  56. neo-
    new
  57. pan-
    all
  58. para-
    beside, near; abnormal; two like parts of a pair
  59. per-
    through
  60. peri-
    around
  61. post-
    after
  62. pre-
    before, in front of
  63. pro-
    before
  64. pseudo-
    false
  65. retro-
    backward, behind
  66. sub-
    below, under
  67. supra-
    above
  68. tachy-
    rapid, fast
  69. trans-
    through, across
  70. ultra-
    beyond, excess
  71. un-
    not
  72. bi-
    two
  73. hemi-
    half
  74. mono-
    one
  75. multi-
    many
  76. nulli-
    none
  77. poly-
    many
  78. primi-
    first
  79. quadri-
    four
  80. semi-
    partial/half
  81. tetra-
    four
  82. tri-
    three
  83. -algia
    pain
  84. -cele
    hernia, protrusion
  85. -cyte
    cell
  86. -dynia
    pain
  87. -ectasis
    dilation
  88. -gen
    that which produces
  89. -genesis
    produces, generates
  90. -genic
    producing, produced by
  91. -ia
    state, condition
  92. -iasis
    abnormal condition
  93. -iatry
    medical treatment
  94. -ism
    state of
  95. -itis
    inflammation
  96. -logist
    one who studies
  97. -logy
    study of
  98. -lysis
    destruction
  99. -lytic
    destruction
  100. -malacia
    abnormal softening
  101. -megaly
    enlargement, large
  102. -oid
    resembling
  103. -oma
    tumor, mass, or swelling
  104. -osis
    abnormal condition
  105. -pathy
    disease
  106. -phobia
    fear
  107. -plasia
    development, growth
  108. -plasm
    formation, development
  109. -ptosis
    drooping
  110. -rrhage
    excessive, abnormal flow
  111. -rrhagia
    abnormal flow condition
  112. -rrhea
    discharge, flow
  113. -rrhexis
    rupture
  114. -sclerosis
    hardening
  115. -stenosis
    narrowing
  116. -therapy
    treatment
  117. -trophy
    nourishment, development
  118. -ule
    small
  119. -ac
    pertaining to
  120. -al
    pertaining to
  121. -an
    pertaining to
  122. -ar
    pertaining to
  123. -ary
    pertaining to
  124. -atic
    pertaining to
  125. -eal
    pertaining to
  126. -iac
    pertaining to
  127. -ic
    pertaining to
  128. -ile
    pertaining to
  129. -ine
    pertaining to
  130. -ior
    pertaining to
  131. -nic
    pertaining to
  132. -ory
    pertaining to
  133. -ose
    pertaining to
  134. -ous
    pertaining to
  135. -tic
    pertaining to
  136. -centesis
    puncture to withdraw fluid
  137. -ectomy
    surgical removal
  138. -ostomy
    surgically create an opening
  139. -otomy
    cutting into
  140. -pexy
    surgical fixation
  141. -plasty
    surgical repair
  142. -rrhaphy
    suture
  143. -gram
    record or picture
  144. -graph
    instrument of recording
  145. -graphy
    process of recording
  146. -meter
    instrument for measuring
  147. -metry
    process of measuring
  148. -scope
    instrument for viewing
  149. -scopy
    process of visually examining
  150. abdomin/o
    abdomen
  151. adip/o
    fat
  152. anter/o
    front
  153. brachi/o
    arm
  154. caud/o
    tail
  155. cephal/o
    head
  156. cervic/o
    neck
  157. chondr/o
    cartilage
  158. crani/o
    skull
  159. crin/o
    to secrete
  160. crur/o
    leg
  161. cyt/o
    cell
  162. dist/o
    away from
  163. dors/o
    back of body
  164. epitheli/o
    epithelium
  165. glute/o
    buttock
  166. hist/o
    tissue
  167. infer/o
    below
  168. later/o
    side
  169. lumb/o
    loin
  170. lymph/o
    lymph
  171. medi/o
    middle
  172. muscul/o
    muscles
  173. pelv/o
    pelvis
  174. peritone/o
    peritoneum
  175. pleur/o
    pleura
  176. poster/o
    back
  177. proct/o
    rectum and anus
  178. proxim/o
    near to
  179. pub/o
    genital region
  180. spin/o
    spine
  181. super/o
    above
  182. thorac/o
    chest
  183. ur/o
    urine
  184. vascul/o
    blood vessel
  185. ventr/o
    belly
  186. vertebr/o
    vertebra
  187. viscer/o
    internal organ

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