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-cele

protrusion (of an organ or other structure); protrusion filled with (a substance)

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-logy

study (of a subject)

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visual examination

-scopy

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(Noun creation); Condition; Condition Characterized by

-ia -y (grammatical suffix)

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-ostomy

creation of a passage between (one organ) and (another organ); creation of a passage between two segment of (one organ)

3

surgical repair

-plasty

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cervic- trachel-

neck; any neck within body structure

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-ectomy

excision; surgical removal

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-graphy

act of recording

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foot

pod- ped-

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-megaly

enlargement (of an organ or structure)

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protrusion (of an organ or other structure); protrusion filled with (a substance)

-cele

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act of recording

-graphy

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enlargement (of an organ or structure)

-megaly

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-algia

pain

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-ad

moving in a direction towards. [when two roots are used, the first root denotes the origin, the second root-direction]

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-tomy

a cutting into; an incision in

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abdomen

celi- cel- lapar- abdomin- ventr-

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jaw

gnath-

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cheir- chir-

hand

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moving in a direction towards. [when two roots are used, the first root denotes the origin, the second root-direction]

-ad

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-gram

record

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a specialist (in a subject)

-ist

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a cutting into; an incision in

-tomy

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crur-

leg, leg-like structure, thigh

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cheek

bucc-

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containing

-ous (clinical suffix)

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instrument used to make a visual examination [on rare occasion the instrument does not refer to visual examination, but to examination by another means.]

-scope

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-logist

a specialist in the study (of a subject)

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caud-

tail

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-itis

inflammation

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having; having the form of

-ate

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disorder (of an organ, structure, function, characteristic); [abnormal] condition characterized by/caused by (a substance). [use -osis unless otherwise stated]

-osis -ism -iasis

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-ic -tic -al -ical -ac -ar -ary -eal -ine -ous (grammatical suffix)

(create adjective); pertaining to; located in

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celi- cel- lapar- abdomin- ventr-

abdomen

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-pathy

disease

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ment-

chin

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pod- ped-

foot

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(create verb); to (do something); to (make something); to (become); to (cause to be); to (subject to); to (engage in)

-ize (-ise) (grammatical suffix)

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groin

inguin-

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thorac- steth- pector-

chest; thorax

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digit; finger; toe

dactyl-

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omphal- (greek) umbilic- (latin)

navel; umbilicus

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hand

cheir- chir-

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arm

brachi-

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-meter

instrument used to measure

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pain

-algia

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path-

disease

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lip, labium [pl. labia]

cheil- labi-

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body

soma- somat-

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(create adjective); pertaining to; located in

-ic -tic -al -ical -ac -ar -ary -eal -ine -ous (grammatical suffix)

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gnath-

jaw

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-tome

instrument used to cut

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soma- somat-

body

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study (of a subjects) [the termination -logy, is more commonly used and should be used unless otherwise directed.]

-ics

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head

cephal-

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-ous (clinical suffix)

containing

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a specialist in the study (of a subject)

-logist

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tail

caud-

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leg, leg-like structure, thigh

crur-

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study (of a subject)

-logy

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-ist

a specialist (in a subject)

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resembling, like

-oid

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instrument used to cut

-tome

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-pathic

pertaining to disease; diseased

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pertaining to disease; diseased

-pathic

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-ize (-ise) (grammatical suffix)

(create verb); to (do something); to (make something); to (become); to (cause to be); to (subject to); to (engage in)

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neck; any neck within body structure

cervic- trachel-

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disease

path-

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dactyl-

digit; finger; toe

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pertaining to the study (of a subject)

-logical

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-metry

measurement (of an organ, structure, function, characteristic)

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-scopy

visual examination

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chest; thorax

thorac- steth- pector-

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inflammation

-itis

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loin

lumb-

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later-

the side [of body]

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instrument used to excise [i.e. to cut out]

-ectome

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shoulder

om-

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-ate

having; having the form of

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-osis -ism -iasis

disorder (of an organ, structure, function, characteristic); [abnormal] condition characterized by/caused by (a substance). [use -osis unless otherwise stated]

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-oid

resembling, like

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-plasty

surgical repair

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record

-gram

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flesh

sarc-

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instrument used to record

-graph

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inguin-

groin

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lumb-

loin

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disease

-pathy

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to excise; to cut out; to remove

-ectomize

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skin

derm- dermat-

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creation of a passage between (one organ) and (another organ); creation of a passage between two segment of (one organ)

-ostomy

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om-

shoulder

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-ectome

instrument used to excise [i.e. to cut out]

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-ia -y (grammatical suffix)

(Noun creation); Condition; Condition Characterized by

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measurement (of an organ, structure, function, characteristic)

-metry

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-ics

study (of a subjects) [the termination -logy, is more commonly used and should be used unless otherwise directed.]

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the side [of body]

later-

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navel; umbilicus

omphal- (greek) umbilic- (latin)

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excision; surgical removal

-ectomy

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bucc-

cheek

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cephal-

head

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derm- dermat-

skin

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-logical

pertaining to the study (of a subject)

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-scope

instrument used to make a visual examination [on rare occasion the instrument does not refer to visual examination, but to examination by another means.]

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instrument used to measure

-meter

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-graph

instrument used to record

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-ectomize

to excise; to cut out; to remove

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sarc-

flesh

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cheil- labi-

lip, labium [pl. labia]

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brachi-

arm

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chin

ment-