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  1. Condition of
    • -sis
    • -y
    • -is
    • -mis
  2. Medical Specialities
    • -ian
    • -iatrics
    • -iatry
    • -ics
    • -ist
    • -logy
  3. Pertaining to, Like or Resembling
    • -ac
    • -al
    • -ar
    • -ary
    • -form
    • -ic
    • -ical(ic+al)
    • -ile
    • -oid
    • -ory
    • -ous
  4. a
    ae
  5. en
    ina
  6. ex, ix, yx
    ices
  7. is
    es
  8. ma
    mata
  9. nx (anx,inx,ynx)
    nges
  10. on
    a
  11. um
    a
  12. us
    i
  13. prim/i-
    first
  14. mon/o-
    one
  15. uni-
    one
  16. hemi-
    half; one side
  17. semi-
    half; partial
  18. bi-
    two, twice
  19. di-
    two, twice
  20. dipl/o-
    double
  21. tri-
    three
  22. quadr/o-
    four
  23. tetra-
    four
  24. multi-
    many
  25. poly-
    many, much
  26. cyan/o
    blue
  27. erythr/o-
    red
  28. leuk/o-
    white, colourless
  29. melan/o-
    black, dark
  30. xanth/o-
    yellow
  31. a-, an-
    not, without, lack of, absence
  32. anti-
    against
  33. contra-
    against, opposite
  34. de-
    down, without, removal, loss
  35. dis-
    absence, removal, separation
  36. in-, im-(used before b,m,p), non-, un-
    not
  37. ab-
    away from
  38. ad
    toward, near
  39. dia-, per-, trans-
    through
  40. hyper-
    over, excess, abnormally high, increased
  41. hypo-
    under, below, abnormally low, decreased
  42. olig/o-
    few, scanty
  43. pan-
    all
  44. super-
    above, excess
  45. equi-
    equal, same
  46. eu-
    good, tre, easy, normal
  47. hetero-
    other, different, unequal
  48. homo, homeo-
    same, unchanging
  49. iso-
    equal, same
  50. macro-, mega-, megalo-
    large, abnormally large
  51. micro-
    small
  52. neo-
    new
  53. normo-
    normal
  54. ortho-
    straight, correct, upright
  55. poikilo-
    varied irregular
  56. pseudo-
    false
  57. re-
    again, back
  58. ante-
    before
  59. pre-, pro-
    before, in front of
  60. post-
    after, behind
  61. dextr/o
    right
  62. sinistr/o
    left
  63. ec-, ecto-
    out; outside
  64. ex/o-
    away from, outside
  65. endo/o-
    in, within
  66. mes/o-
    middle
  67. syn, sym- (used before b, m,p)
    together
  68. tel/e-, tel/o-
    end
  69. morph/o
    form
  70. cyt/o, -ctye
    cell
  71. nucleo/o, kary/o
    nucleus
  72. hist/o, histi/o
    tissue
  73. fibr/o
    fibre
  74. reticulo/o
    network
  75. aden/o
    gland
  76. papill.o
    nipple
  77. myx/o
    mucus
  78. muc.o
    mucus, mucous membrane
  79. somat/o, -some
    body, small body
  80. blast/o, -blast
    immature cell, productive cell, embryonic cell
  81. gen
    origin, formation
  82. phag/o
    eat, ingest
  83. phil
    attract, absorb
  84. plas
    formation, moulding, development
  85. trop
    act on, affect
  86. troph/o
    feeding, growth, nourishment
  87. -ase
    enzyme
  88. -ose
    sugar
  89. hydr/o
    water, fluid
  90. gluc/o
    glucose
  91. glyc/o
    sugar, glucose
  92. sacchar/o
    sugar
  93. amyl/o
    starch
  94. lip/o
    lipid, fat
  95. adip/o
    fat
  96. steat/o
    fatty
  97. prote/o
    protein
  98. cephal/o
    head
  99. cervic/o
    neck
  100. thorac/o
    chest, thorax
  101. abdomin/o, celi/o
    abdomen
  102. lapar/o
    abdominal wall
  103. lumb/o
    lumbar region, lower back
  104. periton, peritone/o
    peritoneum
  105. acro
    extremity, end
  106. brachi/o
    arm
  107. dactyl/o
    finger, toe
  108. ped/o, pod/o
    foot
  109. circum-, peri-
    around
  110. intra-
    in, within
  111. epi-
    on, over
  112. extra-
    outside
  113. infra-
    below
  114. sub-
    below, under
  115. inter-
    between
  116. juxta-, para
    near, beside
  117. retro-
    behind, backwards
  118. supra-
    above
  119. alg/o, algi/o, algesi/o
    pain
  120. carcin/o
    cancer, carcinoma
  121. cyst/o, cyst/i
    filled sac or pouch, cyst, bladder
  122. lith
    calculus, stone
  123. onc/o
    tumor
  124. path/o
    disease
  125. py/o
    pus
  126. pyr/o, pyret/o
    fever, fire
  127. scler/o
    hard
  128. tox/o, toxic/o
    poision
  129. brady-
    slow
  130. dys-
    abnormal, painful, difficult
  131. mal-
    bad, poor
  132. pachy-
    thick
  133. tachy-
    rapid
  134. xero-
    dry
  135. -algia, -algesia, -odynia
    pain
  136. -cele
    hernia, localised dilation
  137. -clasis, -clasia
    breaking
  138. -itis
    inflammation
  139. -megaly
    enlargement
  140. -oma
    tumor
  141. -pathy
    any disease of
  142. -rhage, -rhagia
    bursting forth, profuse flow, hemorrhage
  143. -rhea
    flow, discharge
  144. -rhexis
    rupture
  145. -schisis
    fissure, splitting
  146. dilation, dilatation
    expansion, widening
  147. estasia, estasis
    dilation, dilatation, distension
  148. edema
    accumulation of fluid, swelling
  149. lysis
    separation, loosening, dissolving, destruction
  150. malacia
    softening
  151. necrosis
    death of a tissue
  152. ptosis
    dropping, downward, displacement, prolapse
  153. sclerosis
    hardening
  154. spasm
    sudden contraction, cramp
  155. stasis
    suppression, stoppage
  156. stenosis
    narrowing, constriction
  157. toxin
    poison
  158. staphy/o
    grapeline cluster
  159. strept/o
    twisted chain
  160. bacill/i, bacill/o
    bacillus
  161. bacteri/o
    bacterium
  162. myc/o
    fugus/mold
  163. vir/o
    virus
  164. aer/o
    air, gas
  165. bar/o
    pressure
  166. chrom/o, chromat/o
    colour, stain
  167. chron/o
    time
  168. cry/o
    cold
  169. electro/o
    electricity
  170. erg/o
    work
  171. phon/o
    sound, voice
  172. phot/o
    light
  173. radi/o
    radiation, x-ray
  174. son/o
    sound
  175. therm/o
    heat, temperature
  176. -graph
    instrument for recording data
  177. -graphy
    act of recording data
  178. -gram
    a record of data
  179. -meter
    -instrument for measuring
  180. -metery
    measurement of
  181. -scope
    instrument for viewing or examining
  182. -scopy
    examination of
  183. -centesis
    puncture, tap
  184. -desis
    binding, fusion
  185. -ectomy
    excision, surgical removal
  186. -pexy
    surgical fixation
  187. -plasty
    plastic repair, plastic surgery, reconstruction
  188. -rhaphy
    surgical repair, suture
  189. -stomy
    surgical creation of an opening
  190. -tome
    instrument for incising ( cutting)
  191. -tomy
    incision, cutting
  192. -tripsy
    crushing
  193. -lytic
    dissolving, reducing, loosening
  194. -mimetic
    mimicking, simulating
  195. -tropic
    acting on
  196. anti-
    against
  197. contra-
    against, oppose
  198. counter-
    opposite, against
  199. alg/o, algi/o, algesi/o
    pain
  200. chem/o
    chemical
  201. hypn/o
    sleep
  202. narc/o
    stupor
  203. pharm, pharmac/o
    drug, medicine
  204. pyr/o, pyret/o
    fever
  205. tox/o, toxic/o
    posion, toxin
  206. vas/o
    vessel
  207. cardi/o
    heart
  208. atri/o
    artium
  209. ventricul/o
    cavity, ventricle
  210. valv/o, valvul/o
    valve
  211. angi/o
    vessel
  212. vas/o, vascul/o
    vessel, duct
  213. arter/o, arteri/o
    artery
  214. arteriol/o
    arteriole
  215. aort/o
    aorta
  216. ven/o, ven/i, phleb/o
    vein
  217. lymph/o
    lymph, lymphatic system
  218. lymphaden/o
    lymph node
  219. lymphangi/o
    lymphatic vessel
  220. splen/o
    spleen
  221. thym/o
    thymus gland
  222. tonsill/o
    tonsil
  223. -emia, -hemia
    condition of blood
  224. -penia
    decrease in, deficiency of
  225. -poiesis
    formation, production
  226. myel/o
    bone marrow
  227. hem/o, hemat/o
    blood
  228. erythr/o, erythrocyt/o
    red blood cell
  229. leuk/o, leukocyt/o
    white blood cell
  230. lymph/o, lymphocyt/o
    lymphocyte
  231. thromb/o
    blood clot
  232. thrombocyt/o
    platelet, thrombocyte
  233. immun/o
    immunity, immune system
  234. azot/o
    nitrogenous compounds
  235. calc/i
    calcium ( symbol Ca)
  236. ferr/o, ferr/i, sider/o
    iron(Fe)
  237. kali
    potassium ( symbol K)
  238. natri
    sodium (symbol Na)
  239. ox/y
    oxygen (symbol O)
  240. -pnea
    breathing
  241. -oxia*
    • level of oxygen
    • * when referring to levels of oxygen and carbon dioxidein the blood, the suffix -emia is used, as in hypoxemia, hypercapnemia.
  242. -capnia*
    • -level of carbon dioxide
    • *when referring to levels of oxygen and carbon dioxidein the blood, the suffix -emia is used, as in hypoxemia, hypercapnemia.
  243. -phonia
    voice
  244. nas/o, rhin/o
    nose
  245. pharyng/o
    pharynx
  246. larying/o*
    • larynx
    • *addiction of e before adjective ending al. Ex. laryngeal
  247. trache/o
    trachea
  248. bronch/o, bronch/i
    bronchus
  249. bronchiol
    bronchiole
  250. phren/o
    diaphragm
  251. phrenic/o
    phrenic nerve
  252. pleur/o
    pleura
  253. pulm/o, pulmon/o
    lungs
  254. pneumon/o
    lung
  255. pneum/o, pneumat/o
    air, gas; also respiration, lung
  256. spir/o
    breathing
  257. bucc/o
    cheek
  258. dent/o, dent/i, odont/o
    tooth, teeth
  259. gingiv/o
    gum (gingival)
  260. gloss/o, lingu/o
    tongue
  261. gnath/o
    jaw
  262. labi/o
    lip
  263. or/o, stoma,stomat/o
    mouth
  264. palat/o
    palate
  265. sial/o
    saliva, salivary gland, salivary duct
  266. uvul/o
    uvula
  267. esophag/o
    esophagus
  268. gastr/o
    stomach
  269. pylor/o
    pylorus
  270. enter/o
    intestine
  271. duoden/o
    duodenum
  272. jejun/o
    jejunum
  273. ile/o
    ileum
  274. cec/o
    cecum
  275. col/o,colon/o
    colon
  276. sigmoid/o
    sigmoid colon
  277. rect/o, proct/o
    rectum
  278. an/o
    anus
  279. hepat/o
    liver
  280. bili
    bile
  281. chol/e, chol/o
    bile, gall
  282. cholecyst/o
    gallbladder
  283. cholangi/o
    bile duct
  284. choledoch/o
    common bile duct
  285. pancreat/o
    pancreas

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