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tear; tear sac

dacry- lacrim-

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ear drum; tympanum [greek] drum of goddess cybele

myring-

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choroid; middle layer of the eye

chori- choroid-

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malposition; displacement

-ectopia -ectopy

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sense of smell

-osphresia -osphresis -osmia

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gam-

marriage; sexual union

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-iatry

-iatrics

study and treatment [in specific reference to the medical profession or a physician]

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eye;vision

opt-

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marriage; sexual union

gam-

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people; population

dem-

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appetite

-orexia -orexis

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lens

phac- phak- lent-

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old person/people; old age

ger- geront-

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aversion (to something or someone)

mis-

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kerat- cerat- cornu- corne-

cornea kerat-, cerat- [greek] cornu-, corne- [latin]

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-spasm

spasm

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retin-

retina; inner layer of the eye

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incus; anvil-shaped bone of the middle ear [latin]

incud-

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fluid-filled swelling (of an organ or structure)

-edema

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anthrop- hom- homin-

human being

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ear; hearing [latin]

aur-

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-opia -opy -opsia -opsy

visual disorder; vision; a viewing; examination

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-ectasis -ectasia

dilation; expansion

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-lysis

destruction; a loosening; breakdown

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-ptosis

prolapse [i.e. slipping down of an organ or part of an organ]

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thirst

dips-

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-lytic

pertaining to destruction; loosening, breakdown

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cor- core- pupill-

pupil; cor-, core- [greek] pupill- [latin]

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-stasis

the act of controlling

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labyrinth; inner ear [greek]

labyrinth-

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auricul-

auricle; pinna; the outer structure of the ear

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-edema

fluid-filled swelling (of an organ or structure)

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gyn- gyne- gynec- gynaec-

female

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birth; born

nat-

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prolapse [i.e. slipping down of an organ or part of an organ]

-ptosis

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conjunctiv-

connecting together; conjunctiva; membrane that lines the eyelid

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hygien-

health

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ped-
paed-

child

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spasm

-spasm

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ot-

ear [greek]

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ger-
geront-

old person/people; old age

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human being

anthrop- hom- homin-

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health

hygien-

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life

bi- vit-

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-septic

pertaining to infection; infected

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dacry- lacrim-

tear; tear sac

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pain

-algesia -odynia

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-rrhea -rhea

discharge (of a substance, or from an organ or other location)

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-stat

Device used to control; agent used to control

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iris [greek] iris is greek goddess of rainbows

ir- irid-

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necr-

death; death tissue; dead cell; corpse

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the act of controlling

-stasis

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thirst

-dipsia

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cell

-cyte

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malleus; hammer-shaped bone of the middle ear [latin]

malle-

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scler-

sclera; outer layer of the eye

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dem-

people; population

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-rrhagia
-ragia
-rrhage
-rhage

rapid discharge (of a substance, or from an organ or other location)

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iatr-

medicine; physician

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sense of touch; touch

hapt- haph-

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eye

ophthalm- [Greek]
ocul-

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narc-

stupor; sleep

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ir-

irid-

iris [greek] iris is greek goddess of rainbows

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-sepsis

infection

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aur-

ear; hearing [latin]

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ciliary body; the structure encircling the lens

cycl- ciliar- cili-

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-gamy

marriage; sexual union

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marriage; sexual union

-gamy

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pertaining to destruction; loosening, breakdown

-lytic

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sclera; outer layer of the eye

scler-

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-sclerosis

a hardening (of an organ or other body structure); a hardening caused by (a substance)

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ophthalm- ocul-

eye ophthalm- [greek]

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a hardening (of an organ or other body structure); a hardening caused by (a substance)

-sclerosis

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-rraphy

suture

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phon-

voice; sound

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-orexia -orexis

appetite

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eyelid

blephar-

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insufficient amount (of a substance)

-penia

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stapes; stirrup-shaped bone of them middle ear [latin]

staped- stapedi-

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stupor; sleep

narc-

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-necrosis

death [in particular reference to cells, tissues or organs]

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dips-

thirst

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-centesis

surgical puncture [to withdraw fluid from an organ]

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Narrowing; constriction

-stenosis

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death [in particular reference to cells, tissues or organs]

-necrosis

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Pertaining to control

-static

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blephar-

eyelid

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female

gyn- gyne- gynec- gynaec-

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-penia

insufficient amount (of a substance)

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-static

Pertaining to control

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Device used to control; agent used to control

-stat

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sense of hearing

-acousia -acousis

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-geusia -geustia

sense of taste

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-rrhexis

-rhexis

rupture

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tympan-

ear drum; tympanum; middle ear [includes eardrum, malleus, stapes, and incus] [latin]

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infection

-sepsis

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connecting together; conjunctiva; membrane that lines the eyelid

conjunctiv-

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staped- stapedi-

stapes; stirrup-shaped bone of them middle ear [latin]

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sense of taste

-geusia -geustia

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andr-

male

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sense of touch

-aphia

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myring-

ear drum; tympanum [greek] drum of goddess cybele

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mort- thanat-

death

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-algesia
-odynia

pain

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phac-

phak-

lent-

lens

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bi- vit-

life

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retina; inner layer of the eye

retin-

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opt-

eye;vision

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ear [greek]

ot-

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voice; sound

phon-

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male

andr-

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death

mort- thanat-

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nat-

birth; born

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-acousia
-acousis

sense of hearing

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-cyte

cell

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chori- choroid-

choroid; middle layer of the eye

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-ectopia -ectopy

malposition; displacement

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ear drum; tympanum; middle ear [includes eardrum, malleus, stapes, and incus] [latin]

tympan-

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-therapy

Treatment (of an organ, symptom, or disease); treatment by means (of a substance or process)

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destruction; a loosening; breakdown

-lysis

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mis-

aversion (to something or someone)

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visual disorder; vision; a viewing; examination

-opia -opy -opsia -opsy

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cycl- ciliar- cili-

ciliary body; the structure encircling the lens

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malle-

malleus; hammer-shaped bone of the middle ear [latin]

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Treatment (of an organ, symptom, or disease); treatment by means (of a substance or process)

-therapy

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study and treatment [in specific reference to the medical profession or a physician]

-iatry -iatrics

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surgical puncture [to withdraw fluid from an organ]

-centesis

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cochlea [liquid filled structure through which sound vibrations pass]

cochle-

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rupture

-rrhexis -rhexis

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child

ped- paed-

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rapid discharge (of a substance, or from an organ or other location)

-rrhagia -ragia -rrhage -rhage

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discharge (of a substance, or from an organ or other location)

-rrhea -rhea

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-stenosis

Narrowing; constriction

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hapt- haph-

sense of touch; touch

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cornea

kerat- cerat- cornu- corne-

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-dipsia

thirst

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labyrinth-

labyrinth; inner ear [greek]

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pupil

cor- core- pupill-

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-aphia

sense of touch

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auricle; pinna; the outer structure of the ear

auricul-

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medicine; physician

iatr-

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dilation; expansion

-ectasis -ectasia

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cochle-

cochlea [liquid filled structure through which sound vibrations pass]

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pertaining to infection; infected

-septic

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-osphresia -osphresis -osmia

sense of smell

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suture

-rraphy

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incud-

incus; anvil-shaped bone of the middle ear [latin]

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death; death tissue; dead cell; corpse

necr-