Phl-Toc : Med c/f, prefixes, suffixes

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  1. phleb/o
    vein
  2. phob/o
    fear
  3. -phobia
    fear
  4. phon/o
    voice; sound
  5. -phonia
    voice; sound
  6. phor/o
    to bear
  7. -phoresis
    carrying; transmission
  8. -phoria
    to bear; carry; feeling (mental state)
  9. phot/o
    light
  10. phren/o
    diaphragm; mind
  11. -phthisis
    wasting away
  12. -phylaxis
    protection
  13. physi/o
    nature; function
  14. -physis
    to grow
  15. phyt/o
    plant
  16. -phyte
    plant
  17. pil/o
    hair
  18. pineal/o
    pineal gland
  19. pituitar/o
    pituitary gland
  20. -plakia
    plaque
  21. plant/o
    sole of the foot
  22. plas/o
    development; formation; growth
  23. -plasia
    development; formation; growth
  24. -plasm
    formation; structure
  25. -plastic
    pertaining to formation
  26. -plasty
    surgical repair
  27. ple/o
    more; many; varied
  28. -plegia
    paralysis; palsy
  29. -plegic
    pertaining to paralysis; palsy
  30. pleur/o
    pleura
  31. plex/o
    plexus; network (of nerves)
  32. -pnea
    breathing
  33. pneum/o
    lung; air; gas
  34. pneumon/o
    lung; air; gas
  35. pod/o
    foot
  36. -poiesis
    formation
  37. -poietin
    substance that forms
  38. poikil/o
    varied; irregular
  39. pol/o
    extreme
  40. polio-
    gray matter (of brain or spinal cord)
  41. poly-
    many; much
  42. polyp/o
    polyp; small growth
  43. pont/o
    pons (a part of the brain)
  44. -porosis
    condition of pores (spaces)
  45. post-
    after; behind
  46. poster/o
    back (of body); behind
  47. -prandial
    pertaining to eating or mealtime
  48. -praxia
    action
  49. pre-
    before; in front of
  50. presby/o
    old age
  51. primi-
    first
  52. pro-
    before; forward
  53. proct/o
    anus and rectum
  54. pros-
    before; forward
  55. prostat/o
    prostate gland
  56. prot/o
    first
  57. prote/o
    protein
  58. proxim/o
    near
  59. prurit/o
    itching
  60. pseudo-
    false
  61. psych/o
    mind
  62. -ptosis
    falling; drooping; prolapse
  63. -ptysis
    spitting
  64. pub/o
    pubis (anterior part of hip bone)
  65. pulmon/o
    lung
  66. pupill/o
    pupil
  67. purul/o
    pus
  68. py/o
    pus
  69. pyel/o
    renal pelvis
  70. pylor/o
    pylorus; pyloric sphincter
  71. pyr/o
    fever; fire
  72. pyret/o
    fever
  73. pyrex/o
    fever
  74. quadri-
    four
  75. rachi/o
    spinal column; vertebrae
  76. radi/o
    x-rays; radioactivity; radius (lateral lower arm bone)
  77. radicul/o
    nerve root
  78. re-
    back; again; backward
  79. rect/o
    rectum
  80. ren/o
    kidney
  81. reticul/o
    network
  82. retin/o
    retina
  83. retro-
    behind; back; backward
  84. rhabdomy/o
    striated (skeletal) muscle
  85. rheumat/o
    watery flow
  86. rhin/o
    nose
  87. rhytid/o
    wrinkle
  88. roentgen/o
    x-rays
  89. -rrhage
    bursting forth (of blood)
  90. -rrhagia
    bursting forth (of blood)
  91. -rrhaphy
    suture
  92. -rrhea
    flow; discharge
  93. -rrhexis
    rupture
  94. rrhythm/o
    rhythm
  95. sacr/o
    sacrum
  96. salping/o
    fallopian tube; auditory (eustachian) tube
  97. -salpinx
    fallopian tube; oviduct
  98. sarc/o
    flesh (connective tissue)
  99. scapul/o
    scapula; shoulder blade
  100. -schisis
    split
  101. schiz/o
    split
  102. scint/i
    spark
  103. scirrh/o
    hard
  104. scler/o
    sclera (white of eye); hard
  105. -sclerosis
    hardening
  106. scoli/o
    crooked; bent
  107. -scope
    instrument for visual exam
  108. -scopy
    visual exam
  109. scot/o
    darkness
  110. seb/o
    sebum
  111. sebace/o
    sebum
  112. sect/o
    to cut
  113. semi-
    half
  114. semin/i
    semen; seed
  115. seps/o
    infection
  116. sial/o
    saliva
  117. sialaden/o
    salivary gland
  118. sider/o
    iron
  119. sigmoid/o
    sigmoid colon
  120. silic/o
    glass
  121. sinus/o
    sinus
  122. -sis
    state of; condition
  123. -sol
    solution
  124. somat/o
    body
  125. -some
    body
  126. somn/o
    sleep
  127. -somnia
    sleep
  128. son/o
    sound
  129. -spadia
    to ear, cut
  130. -spasm
    sudden contraction of muscles
  131. sperm/o
    spermatozoa; sperm cells
  132. spermat/o
    spermatozoa; sperm cells
  133. sphen/o
    wedge; sphenoid bone
  134. spher/o
    globe-shaped; round
  135. sphygm/o
    pulse
  136. -sphyxia
    pulse
  137. splanchn/o
    viscera (internal organs)
  138. spin/o
    spine (backbone)
  139. spir/o
    to breathe
  140. splen/o
    spleen
  141. spondyl/o
    vertebra (backbone)
  142. squam/o
    scale
  143. -stalsis
    contraction
  144. staped/o
    stapes (middle ear bone)
  145. staphyl/o
    clusters; uvula
  146. -stasis
    stopping; controlling; placing
  147. -static
    pertaining to stopping; controlling
  148. steat/o
    fat; sebum
  149. sten/o
    narrowing
  150. -stenosis
    tightening; stricture
  151. ster/o
    solid structure; steroid
  152. stere/o
    solid; three-dimensional
  153. stern/o
    sternum (breastbone)
  154. steth/o
    chest
  155. -sthenia
    strength
  156. -stitial
    pertaining to standing or positioned
  157. stomat/o
    mouth
  158. -stomia
    condition of the mouth
  159. -stomy
    new opening to form a mouth
  160. strept/o
    twisted chains
  161. styl/o
    pole or stake
  162. sub-
    under; below
  163. submaxill/o
    mandible (lower jaw bone)
  164. -suppression
    stopping
  165. supra-
    above; upper
  166. sym-
    together; with
  167. syn-
    together; with
  168. syncop/o
    to cut off, cut short; faint
  169. syndesm/o
    ligament
  170. synov/o
    synovia; synovial membrane; sheath around a tendon
  171. syring/o
    tube
  172. tachy-
    fast
  173. tars/o
    tarsus; hindfoot or ankle (7 bones between the foot and the leg)
  174. tax/o
    order; coordination
  175. tel/o
    complete
  176. tele/o
    distant
  177. ten/o
    tendon
  178. tendin/o
    tendon
  179. -tension
    pressure
  180. terat/o
    monster; malformed fetus
  181. test/o
    testis (testicle)
  182. tetra-
    four
  183. thalam/o
    thalamus
  184. thalass/o
    sea
  185. the/o
    put; place
  186. thec/o
    sheath
  187. thel/o
    nipple
  188. therapeut/o
    treatment
  189. -therapy
    treatment
  190. therm/o
    heat
  191. thorac/o
    chest
  192. -thorax
    chest; pleural cavity
  193. thromb/o
    clot
  194. thym/o
    thymus gland
  195. -thymia
    mind (condition of)
  196. -thymic
    pertaining to mind
  197. thyr/o
    thyroid gland; shield
  198. thyroid/o
    thyroid gland
  199. tibi/o
    tibia (shin bone)
  200. -tic
    pertaining to
  201. toc/o
    labor; birth
  202. -tocia
    labor; birth (conditon of)
  203. -tocin
    labor; birth (a substance for)

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