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Abdomen, inis (n)

Abdomen, belly

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Abductor, oris (m)

Abdcutor, muscle drawing a part in a direction away from the middle line / median line

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Adiposus, adiposa, adiposum

Adipose, fatty

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Alienus, aliena, alienum

Alien, strange

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Apex, apicis

The tip of an organ with a pointed end

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Benignus, benigna, benignum

Bening, non-malignant

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Cacaneus, calcanei (m)

Heel bone

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Caput, itis (n)

Head

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Cartilago, cartilaginis

Cartilage

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Cavitas, cavitatis (f)

Cavity, hollow

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Cervix, vericis (f)

Cervix

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China, chinae (f)

quina

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Compositus, composita, compositum

Composed

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Contusio, contusionis (f)

Contusion, bruise

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Contusus, contusa, contusum

Bruised

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Cor, cordis (n)

Heart

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Corpus, corporis (n)

body

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Cortex, corticis (n)

Cortex, outer portion of an organ

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Crus, cruris (n)

1) Lower leg
2) Anatomical structure resembling a leg

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Dislocatio, dislocationis (f)

Dislocation, shift in position

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Extensor, extensoris (m)

Extensor, muscle stretching a limb

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Femininus, feminina, femininum

female, feminine

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Femur, femoris (n)

Femur, thigh bone

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Foramen, foraminis (n)

Opening, aperture

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Fovea, foveae (f)

Fovea, small hollow, pit

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Functio, functions (f)

Function

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Hallux, hallucis (m)

Hallux, greit toe, the first digit of the foot

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Hepar, heparatis (n)

Liver

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Lacer, lacera, lacerum

Torn, lacerated

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Laesio, laesionis (f)

Lesion

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Laesus, lasesa, laesum

Injured

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Latus, lateris (n)

Side

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Longtitudo, longitudonis (f)

Longitude

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Malignus, maligna, malignum

Malignant, harmful, pernicious

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Masculinus, masculina, masculinum

Masculine, male

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Medius, media, medium

Middle

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Nervosus, nervosa, nervosum

Nervous, neurotic

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Nutricious, nutricia, nutricium

Nourishing

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Operatio, operatonis (f)

Operation, surgery

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Orbita, orbitae

Orbit, eye socket

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Organum, organi (n)

Organ

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Os, oris (n)

mouth

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Os, ossis (n)

Bone

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Pectus, oris (n)

chest, breast

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pes, pedis (m)

foot

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Pharynx, gis (m)

Pharynx

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Planus, plana, planum

Flat

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Pollex, pollicis (m)

Thumb, the first digit of the hand

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Postoperativus, postoperativa, postoperativum

Postoperative

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Primarius, primaria, primarium

Primary

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Pulmo, pulmonis

Lung

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Pulvis, pulveris (m)

powder

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Punctus, puncta, punctum

Stabbed

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Pus, puris (n)

Pus

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Radix, radicis (f)

Root

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Regio, regionis (f)

Region

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Ren, renis (m)

Kidney

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Scissus, scissa, scissum

Cleft or separated by cutting

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Sectus, secta, sectum

Cut

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Secundarius, secundaria, secundarium

Secondary

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Tempora, temprarum (n)

Temples

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Tendo, tendinis (m)

Tendon

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Thorax, thoracis (m)

Chest

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Tuba, tubae (f)

Tube

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Tuba auditiva

Auditory tube

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Tuber, tuberis (n)

Tuber, protuberance (most often in bones)

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tumor, tumoris (m)

tumor

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Ulcus, ucleris (n)

Ulcer

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Urethra, urethrae (f)

Urethra, canal carrying off the urine from the bladder

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Vas, vasis (n)

Vessel

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Viscera, viscerum (n)

internal organs in the abdomen

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Vitium, vitii (n)

Defect

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Vulnus, vulneris

Wound