Anatomy & Physiology prefixes and suffixes 2

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Anatomy & Physiology prefixes and suffixes 2
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anatomical and physiological prefixes and suffixes
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  1. Glysso
    toungue
  2. glyco
    sugar
  3. Hemi
    half
  4. hemo
    blood
  5. hepa, hapato
    liver
  6. hist
    tissue
  7. homo
    same
  8. hydro
    water
  9. hygro
    moisture
  10. hyper
    too much, high
  11. hypo
    under, decreased
  12. hyster
    uterus
  13. ileo
    ileum
  14. in
    in, within, into
  15. inter
    between
  16. intra
    within
  17. intro
    in, within, into
  18. juxta
    near, close to
  19. lapar
    abdomen
  20. laryngo
    larynx
  21. latero
    side
  22. leuk
    white
  23. macro
    large, big
  24. mal
    bad, poor
  25. mast
    breast
  26. medio
    middle
  27. mega, megalo
    large, great
  28. meno
    menses
  29. mono
    single
  30. multi
    many
  31. myelo
    bone marrow, spinial cord
  32. myo
    muscle
  33. neo
    new
  34. nephro
    kidney
  35. neuro
    nerve
  36. nitro
    nitrogen
  37. noct
    night
  38. non
    not
  39. ob
    against, in front of
  40. oculo
    eye
  41. odonto
    tooth
  42. ophthalmo
    eye
  43. ortho
    straight, normal
  44. os
    mouth, bone
  45. osteo
    bone
  46. oto
    ear
  47. pan
    all
  48. para
    beside, accessory to
  49. graph
    writing
  50. ism
    condition
  51. itis
    inflammation
  52. ize
    to treat
  53. lith
    stone, calculus
  54. lithiasis
    presence of stones
  55. lysis
    disintegration
  56. megaly
    enlargement
  57. meter
    instrument that measures
  58. oid
    likeness, resemblance
  59. oma
    tumor
  60. opathy
    disease
  61. orrhaphy
    surgical repair
  62. osis
    disease, condition of
  63. ostomy
    to form an opening or outlet
  64. otomy
    to incise

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