Flashcards in 4 - Basic Medical Terminology Deck (129)
The prefix tri- means _______
The prefix uni- means _______
The prefix uria- means _______
The prefix uro- means _______
The prefix vaso- means _______
The prefix viscero- means _______
The suffix -algia means _______
The suffix -ase means _______
The suffix -ectomy means _______
The suffix -emia means _______
The suffix -eum means _______
The suffix -genic means _______
The suffix -iatric means _______
The suffix -ism means _______
The suffix -itis means _______
The suffix -sis means _______
The suffix -trophy means _______
An explanation formulated in an attempt to explain observations in the natural world.
A theory that seems to explain a group of phenomena and can be subjected to tests, experimentation, or statistical analysis to prove or disprove.
A careful, diligent search of relationships between cause and effect, conducted in a scholarly fashion that will hold up to peer review.
A body of knowledge in a specific discipline or area.
The study and collection of data pertaining to a particular body of knowledge through the use of hypothesizing, analysis, theory, models, law and research.
An understanding without the conscious use of reasoning or logic.
The creation of something beautiful, or the skill to do so.
A change in function.
The belief system that what affects one also affects the other.
A scientific term for the power of suggestion.
A collective term for effects on the cells of the physical body (as opposed to the mind of the spirit).
The theory that while you may not consciously remember some past injury or trauma, the body does.