Med Terms (C)

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Med Terms (C)
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  1. cadaver(o)
    dead body, corpse
  2. calcane(o)
    calcaneus, heel bone
  3. calcul(o)
    stone, little stone
  4. cali(o), calic(o)
    cup, calyx
  5. call(i), callos(o)
    hard, hardened and thickened
  6. calor(i)
    heat
  7. canalicul(o)
    little canal or duct
  8. canth(o)
    corner of the eye
  9. capsul(o)
    little box
  10. carb(o)
    carbon
  11. cari(o)
    rottenness, decay
  12. carot(o)
    stupor, sleep
  13. caruncul(o)
    bit of flesh
  14. cat-, cata-, cath-
    down, lower, under, downward
  15. catabol(o)
    a breaking down
  16. cathart(o)
    cleansing, purging
  17. cathet(o)
    insert, send down
  18. caus(o), caust(o)
    burning, burn
  19. cauter(o), caut(o)
    heat, burn
  20. cav(i), cav(o)
    hollow, cave
  21. cavern(o)
    containing hollow spaces
  22. celi(o), cel(o)
    abdomen, belly
  23. cement(o)
    cementum, a rough stone
  24. cent-
    hundred
  25. cera-
    wax
  26. cerumin(o)
    cerumen, earwax
  27. cheir(o)
    hand
  28. chlorhydr(o)
    hydrochloric acid
  29. cholangi(o)
    bile duct
  30. cholesterol(o)
    cholesterol
  31. chord(o)
    spinal cord, cord
  32. chore(o)
    dance
  33. choroid(o)
    choroid layer of the eye
  34. chron(o)
    time
  35. chym(o)
    to pour, juice
  36. cib(o)
    meal
  37. cicatric(o)
    scar
  38. cili(o)
    eyelashes, microscopic hair-like projections
  39. cine-
    relationship to movement
  40. circ(i)
    ring or circle
  41. circulat(o)
    circulate, go around in a circle
  42. circum-
    around, about
  43. circumscrib(o)
    confined, limited in space
  44. cirrh(o)
    orange-yellow, tawny
  45. cis-
    cut
  46. claudicat(o)
    limping
  47. claustr(o)
    barrier
  48. clav(i)
    key
  49. cleid(o)
    collar bone
  50. climacter(o)
    crisis, rung of a ladder
  51. clitor(o)
    clitoris
  52. -clonus
    violent action
  53. clus(o)
    shut or close
  54. coarct(o), coarctat(o)
    press together, narrow
  55. cocc(i), cocc(o), -coccus
    spherical bacteria
  56. cochle(o)
    spiral, snail, snail shell
  57. coher(o), cohes(o)
    cling, stick together
  58. coit(o)
    a coming together
  59. coll(a)
    glue
  60. column(o)
    pillar
  61. comat(o)
    deep sleep
  62. comminut(o)
    break into pieces
  63. communic(o)
    share, to make common
  64. compatibil(o)
    sympathize with
  65. concav(o)
    hollow
  66. concentr(o)
    condense, intensify remove excess water
  67. concept(o)
    become pregnant
  68. conch(o)
    shell
  69. concuss(o)
    shaken together, violently agitated
  70. condyl(o)
    knuckle, knob
  71. confus(o)
    confusion, disorder
  72. conjunctiv(o)
    conjunctiva, joined together, connected
  73. consci(o)
    aware, awareness
  74. consolid(o)
    become firm or solid
  75. constipat(o)
    pressed together, crowded together
  76. constrict(o)
    draw tightly together
  77. -constriction
    narrowing
  78. contact(o)
    touched, infected
  79. contagi(o)
    infection, unclean, touching something
  80. contaminat(o)
    render unclean by contact, pollute
  81. contine(o), continent(o)
    keep in, contain, hold back, restrain
  82. contracept(o)
    prevention of conception
  83. contus(o)
    bruise
  84. convalesc(o)
    recover, become strong
  85. convex(o)
    arched, vaulted
  86. convolut(o)
    coiled, twisted
  87. convuls(o)
    pull together
  88. copi(o)
    plentiful
  89. copulat(o)
    joining together, linking
  90. cor(o)
    pupil
  91. cori(o)
    skin, leather
  92. corp(u), corpor(o)
    body
  93. corpuscul(o)
    little body
  94. cort-
    covering
  95. cortic(o)
    cortex, outer region
  96. cox(o)
    hip, hip joint
  97. -crasia
    a mixture or blending
  98. creatin(o)
    creatine
  99. crepit(o), crepitat(o)
    crackling, rattling
  100. cris(o), critic(o)
    turning point
  101. -crit
    to separate
  102. cubit(o)
    elbow
  103. cuboid(o)
    cube-like
  104. culd(o)
    cul-de-sac, blind pouch
  105. cult(o)
    cultivate
  106. cusp(i)
    point, pointed flap
  107. cycl(o)
    ciliary body of eye, cycle

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