Med Terms Chapter 1

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  1. lip
    root

    fat
  2. -emia
    • suffix
    • blood condition
  3. protein
    protein
  4. angio/o
    vas/o 
    vascul/o
    vessel
  5. cardi/o
    heart
  6. enter/o
    small intestine
  7. esophag/o
    esophagus
  8. gastr/o
    stomach
  9. hem/o
    hemat/o
    blood
  10. hepat/o
    liver
  11. oste/o
    bone
  12. ur/o
    urin/o
    urine
  13. -al
    -eal
    -ac
    - ar
    pertaining to
  14. -ectasis
    expansion or dilation
  15. -ectomy
    excision (removal)
  16. -ia
    condition of
  17. -itis
    inflammation
  18. -logy
    study of
  19. -megaly
    enlargment
  20. -tomy
    incision
  21. -stomy
    incision
  22. oligo-
    few or deficient
  23. para-
    • alongside of
    • abnormal
  24. peri-
    around
  25. vasectomy
    excision (removal) of a vessel
  26. carditis
    inflammation of the heart
  27. cardioesophageal
    pertaining to the heart and esphagus
  28. parenteral
    pertaining to alongside of the small intestine
  29. angiectasis
    expansion or dilation of a vessel
  30. gastrotomy
    incision of the stomach
  31. hematology
    study of blood
  32. gastroenterostomy
    creation of an opening btwn the stomach and the small intestine
  33. oliguria
    condition of deficient urine
  34. ostectomy
    excision (removal) of bone
  35. pericarditis
    inflammation around the heart
  36. -dynia
    pain
  37. -ium
    structure or tissue
  38. -rrhaphy
    suture
  39. -rrhexis
    rupture
  40. endo-
    within
  41. epi-
    upon
  42. sub-
    below or under
  43. cardiac
    pertaining to the heart
  44. epicardium
    structure or tissue upon the heart
  45. subendocardial
    pertaining to below or under and within the heart
  46. cardiovascular
    pertaining to the heart and vessels
  47. cadiodynia
    pain in the heart
  48. cardiohexis
    rupture of the heart
  49. cardiorrhaphy
    suture of the heart
  50. ileum
    part of the intestine
  51. ilium
    part of the hip bones
  52. sitology
    study of food
  53. cytology
    study of cells
  54. abduction
    to draw away from
  55. adduction
    to draw toward
  56. hepatoma
    liver tumor
  57. hematoma
    blood tumor
  58. aphagia
    inability to swallow
  59. aphasia
    inability to speak
  60. uterus
    • hyster/o (Greek)
    • metr/o (Greek)
    • uter/o (latin)
  61. c (before a, o, u)
    k
  62. c (before e, i)
    s
  63. ch
    k
  64. g (before a, o,u)
    g
  65. g (before e,i)
    j
  66. ph
    f
  67. pn
    n
  68. ps
    s
  69. pt
    t
  70. rr, rrh
    r
  71. x (as first letter in a word)
    z
  72. macron (-)
    placed over vowels have a long sound
  73. the breve (u)
    placed over vowels make the short sound
  74. singular ending -a
    plural ending -ae
  75. singular ending -is
    plural ending -es
  76. singular ending -ma
    plural ending - mata
  77. singular ending -on
    plural ending -a
  78. singular ending -um
    plural ending -a
  79. singular ending -us
    • -i 
    • except for virus or sinus
  80. singular ending -ax
    plural ending -aces
  81. singular ending -ix
    plural ending -ices
  82. singular ending -y
    plural ending -ies
  83. a-
    an-
    without
  84. anti-
    contra-
    against or opposed to
  85. de-
    from, down, or not
  86. ab-
    away from
  87. ad-
    to, toward, or near
  88. circum-
    peri-
    around
  89. dia-
    trans-
    across or through
  90. e-
    ec-
    ex-
    out or away
  91. en-
    endo-
    intra-
    within
  92. epi-
    upon
  93. inter-
    between
  94. meso-
    middle
  95. meta-
    beyond, after, or change
  96. retro-
    backward or behind
  97. sub-
    infra-
    below or under
  98. bi-
    two or both
  99. hemi-
    semi-
    half
  100. hyper-
    above or excessive
  101. hypo-
    below or deficient
  102. macro-
    large or long
  103. micro-
    small
  104. mono-
    uni
    one
  105. pan-
    all
  106. poly-
    multi-
    many
  107. poly-
    multi-
    many
  108. quadri-
    four
  109. super-
    supra-
    above or excessive
  110. tri-
    three
  111. ultra-
    beyond or excessive
  112. ante-
    pre-
    pro-
    before
  113. brady-
    slow
  114. tachy-
    fast
  115. post-
    after or behind
  116. re-
    again or back
  117. con-
    syn-
    sym-
    together or with
  118. dys-
    painful, difficult, or faulty
  119. eu-
    good or normal
  120. neo-
    new
  121. -algia
    -dynia
    pain
  122. -genesis
    origin or production
  123. -lysis
    breaking down or dissolution
  124. -megaly
    enlargement
  125. -oid
    resembling
  126. -penia
    abnormal reduction
  127. -rrhea
    discharge
  128. -spasm
    involuntary contraction
  129. -cele
    pouching or hernia
  130. -ectasis
    expansion or diliation
  131. -iasis
    formation or presence of
  132. -itis
    inflammation
  133. -malacia
    softening
  134. -oma
    tumor
  135. -osis
    condition or increase
  136. -phil
    -philia
    attraction for
  137. -ptosis
    falling or downward displacement
  138. -rrhage
    -rrhagia
    to burst forth (usually blood)
  139. -rrhexis
    -rupture
  140. -centesis
    puncture for aspiration
  141. -desis
    binding
  142. -pexy
    suspension or fixation
  143. -plasty
    surgical repair or reconstruction
  144. -ation
    process
  145. -e
    general indicator that a word is a person, place, or thing
  146. -ia
    -ism
    condition of
  147. -y
    condition or process of
  148. -ac
    -al
    -ar
    -ary
    -eal
    -ic
    -ous
    -tic
    pertaining to
  149. -icle
    -ole
    -ula
    -ule
    small
  150. gram
    record
  151. -graph
    instrument for recording
  152. -graphy
    process of recording
  153. -iatrics
    -iatry
    treatment
  154. -logist
    one who specializes in the study or treatment of
  155. -ist
    one who specializes in
  156. -mete
    instrument for measuring
  157. -metry
    process of measuring
  158. -poiesis
    formation
  159. -scope
    instrument for examination
  160. -scopy
    process of examination
  161. -stasis
    stop or stand
  162. cyan/o
    blue
  163. erythr/o
    red
  164. leuk/o
    white
  165. melan/o
    black
  166. aer/o
    air, gas
  167. hem/o
    hemat/o
    blood
  168. hydr/o
    water
  169. py/o
    pus
  170. abdomin/o
    lapar/o
    abdomen
  171. acr/o
    extremity or topmost
  172. aden/o
    gland
  173. arthr/o
    joint
  174. cephal/o
    head
  175. col/o
    colon/o
    colon
  176. cyt/o
    cell
  177. derm/o
    dermat/o
    cutane/o
    skin
  178. hist/o
    tissue
  179. my/o
    muscul/o
    muscle
  180. nas/o
    rhin/o
    nose
  181. nephr/o
    ren/o
    kidney
  182. neur/o
    nerve
  183. or/o
    mouth
  184. pneum/o
    pneumon/o
    air or lung
  185. carcin/o
    cancer
  186. crin/o
    to secrete
  187. esthesi/o
    sensation
  188. fibr/o
    fiber
  189. gen/o
    origin or production
  190. gynec/o
    woman
  191. lith/o
    stone
  192. morph/o
    form
  193. necr/o
    death
  194. onc/o
    tumor or mass
  195. orth/o
    straight/ normal or correct
  196. path/o
    disease
  197. ped/o
    child or foot
  198. phag/o
    eat or swallow
  199. phas/o
    speech
  200. phob/o
    exaggerated fear or sensitivity
  201. plas/o
    formation
  202. psych/o
    mind
  203. scler/o
    hard
  204. son/o
    sound
  205. sten/o
    narrow
  206. therm/o
    heat
  207. tox/o
    toxic/o
    poison
  208. troph/o
    nourishment or development

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