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  1. cutaneblue

          

  2. cyanbad; painful; difficult

          

  3. -dyniapain

          

  4. bronchiectasissurgical fracture of a bone to correct a deformity

          

  5. meningmeninges

          

  6. neuropathydisease of muscle

          

  7. arthritisthe smallest of the arteries; also called minute artery

          

  8. venulemuscles

          

  9. pelv/ipelvis

          

  10. carcinogenesis-forming, producing, or origin of cancer
    -Is a substance or agent, such as a cigarette, that causes the development or increases the incidence of cancer

          

  11. chondr/ojoint

          

  12. -iasisseparation;destruction;loosening

          

  13. dia-double

          

  14. -pexydisease

          

  15. -ectasisinflammation

          

  16. -clasisdilation, expansion

          

  17. angi/oheart

          

  18. ot/obone

          

  19. -tomyincision

          

  20. men/omuscle

          

  21. gastritismidwife

          

  22. diarrheaabnormal frequent discharge or flow of fecal matter from the bowel

          

  23. Diminutive
    -icle; -ole; -ule
    pain

          

  24. -rrheaabnormal frequent discharge or flow of fecal matter from the bowel

          

  25. blephar/odrooping of the upper eyelid

          

  26. musculmuscles

          

  27. cardiomegalyinstrument for recording electrical activity of the heart

          

  28. -phasiaspeech

          

  29. thoracicpertaining to hearing

          

  30. gastr/obone

          

  31. -pathyinflammation

          

  32. -emiaswelling

          

  33. electr/ostone

          

  34. pelvimetryact or process of measuring the dimensions of the pelvis

          

  35. arthrocentesisrupture of an artery

          

  36. -logynourishment, development

          

  37. pulmonarypertaining to the lungs

          

  38. hepatocelesmall cavity, as of the brain or heart

          

  39. erythropeniadecrease, deficiency

          

  40. thoractumor

          

  41. -scopeinstrument for examining

          

  42. rhin/onose

          

  43. -tomeinstrument for examining

          

  44. otodyniapain in the ear; also called earache

          

  45. cardicheart

          

  46. ventrbelly, belly side

          

  47. lithotripsychest

          

  48. arteriostenosisabnormal narrowing of an artery

          

  49. -graphyprocess of recording

          

  50. -osispoison

          

  51. dysplasiainability or difficulty in swallowing

          

  52. pneumoniaair, lung

          

  53. logstudy of

          

  54. neuroma-tumor composed of nerve tissue
    -is a benign tumor composed of neurons and nerve fibers or swelling of the nerve

          

  55. arthr/ojoint

          

  56. electrocardiogramrecord of the electrical activity of the heart

          

  57. hepat/oliver

          

  58. obstetricianphysician who specializes in the branch of medicine concerned with pregnancy and childbirth

          

  59. tracheotomyforming an opening into the trachea

          

  60. -phagiaeating, swallowing

          

  61. ururine

          

  62. -rrhaphyprocess of recording

          

  63. encephalomeningitisinflammation of stomach and intestine

          

  64. endomenses, menstruation

          

  65. osteotomeinstrument to cut bone

          

  66. -edemapain

          

  67. angiographyprocess of recording blood vessels

          

  68. dystrophyforming an opening(mouth)

          

  69. -desispain

          

  70. cholelithiasisvomiting blood

          

  71. pulmonair, lung

          

  72. penilepertaining to the penis

          

  73. hyperthyroidismcondition characterized by overactivity of the thyroid gland

          

  74. di-study of

          

  75. arteri/obreast

          

  76. erythr/ojoint

          

  77. Noun
    -ician
    -ist
    forming, producing, origin

          

  78. -gramrecord, writing

          

  79. neuralgiapain of a nerve

          

  80. -meterinstrument for measuring

          

  81. myorrhaphysuture of the muscle

          

  82. -malaciasoftening

          

  83. hematemesisblood condition caused by a decrease in red blood cells (erythrocytes)

          

  84. thyroidpertaining to the chest

          

  85. osteoclasisto break;surgical breakage

          

  86. hepatotoxicphysician who specializes in the treatment of disorders of blood and blood-forming tissues

          

  87. enternerve

          

  88. chol/ebile, gall

          

  89. endoscopesmall cavity, as of the brain or heart

          

  90. -peniaparalysis

          

  91. lymphlymph

          

  92. -trophyprocess of recording

          

  93. menorrhagiaeating, swallowing

          

  94. -plasia
    -plasm
    formation, growth

          

  95. bronchimenses, menstruation

          

  96. cutaneousskin

          

  97. Noun
    -esis; -ia; -ism
    condition

          

  98. appendectomyexcision of the appendix

          

  99. -centesisdilation, expansion

          

  100. mastopexydisease

          

  101. cardi/ocancer

          

  102. appendappendix

          

  103. carcinogen-forming, producing, or origin of cancer
    -Is a substance or agent, such as a cigarette, that causes the development or increases the incidence of cancer

          

  104. -gen
    -genesis
    medicine, treatment

          

  105. pathologicalpertaining to the study of diseases

          

  106. esophagealeating, swallowing

          

  107. my/omuscle

          

  108. oste/oear

          

  109. arteriolethe smallest of the arteries; also called minute artery

          

  110. -stenosisabnormal condition of hardening

          

  111. -celehernia, swelling

          

  112. -metryinstrument for measuring

          

  113. postermidwife

          

  114. -sclerosisseparation;destruction;loosening

          

  115. anemiaone half

          

  116. -plastyto break;surgical breakage

          

  117. muscularmuscles

          

  118. aphasiaabsence or impairment of speech

          

  119. ventriclesmall cavity, as of the brain or heart

          

  120. tracheostomyforming an opening into the trachea

          

  121. mast/omuscle

          

  122. venpenis

          

  123. cardiheart

          

  124. -omablood condition

          

  125. dys-bad; painful; difficult

          

  126. -algia
    -dynia
    pain in the stomach

          

  127. arteriosclerosisabnormal condition of hardening of an artery

          

  128. thromb/oblood

          

  129. hematologistfear of blood

          

  130. blepharospasminvoluntary contraction, twitching

          

  131. pelvimeterinstrument for measuring

          

  132. carcin/o-forming, producing, or origin of cancer
    -Is a substance or agent, such as a cigarette, that causes the development or increases the incidence of cancer

          

  133. -spasmrecord, writing

          

  134. podiatryback (of body), behind, posterior

          

  135. -scopyvisual examination

          

  136. esophagesophagus

          

  137. Noun
    -iatry
    medicine, treatment

          

  138. lymphedemalymph

          

  139. endoscopyhearing

          

  140. neuralpertaining to a nerve

          

  141. hemiplegiablood condition

          

  142. -rrhage
    -rrhagia
    formation, growth

          

  143. a-without, not

          

  144. hyperemesisvomiting

          

  145. -ectomyforming an opening(mouth)

          

  146. dysphagiaeyelid

          

  147. -lysisseparation;destruction;loosening

          

  148. rhinoplastysurgical repair of the nose

          

  149. posteriorpertaining to the back of body

          

  150. chondromalaciasoftening of the articular cartilage, usually involving the patella

          

  151. hem/oblood

          

  152. diuresisdilation, expansion

          

  153. an-study of

          

  154. hemat/oinstrument for measuring

          

  155. -ptosisprolapse, downward displacement

          

  156. cyanosis-dark blue or purple discoloration of the skin and mucous membrane
    -indicates a deficiency of oxygen in the blood

          

  157. neoplasmnew formation or growth of tissue

          

  158. path/odisease

          

  159. neo-vein

          

  160. gastroenteritisinflammation of stomach and intestine

          

  161. -toxicpoison

          

  162. podpenis

          

  163. thrombolysisseparation;destruction;loosening

          

  164. acousticpertaining to hearing

          

  165. -itisabnormal condition (produced by something specific)

          

  166. Adjectives
    -ac; -ar; -ary
    -al; -eal; -ic
    -ical; ile; ior
    -ous; -tic
    pertaining to

          

  167. myopathycondition of the nerves (related to a) disease

          

  168. -plegiaeating, swallowing

          

  169. hemophobiafear of blood

          

  170. -megalyhernia, swelling

          

  171. arteriorrhexisabnormal condition of hardening of an artery

          

  172. -graphinstrument for recording

          

  173. Noun
    -y
    medicine, treatment

          

  174. -emesisvomiting

          

  175. neurnerve

          

  176. obstetrnerve

          

  177. gastrodyniapain in the stomach

          

  178. cholelithparalysis

          

  179. hyper-back (of body), behind, posterior

          

  180. lith/obone

          

  181. osteoarthritisinflammation of bone and joint

          

  182. -rrhexisdischarge, flow

          

  183. -phobiaspeech

          

  184. penappendix

          

  185. -tripsyexcision,removal

          

  186. hemorrhagesuture of the muscle

          

  187. acousincision

          

  188. blepharptosisdrooping of the upper eyelid

          

  189. -stomyforming an opening(mouth)

          

  190. hemi-blood condition

          

  191. pneumoninfection of the lung usually caused by bacteria, viruses, or diseases

          

  192. hematologystudy of blood

          

  193. encephal/obrain

          

  194. cardiographinstrument for recording electrical activity of the heart

          

  195. trache/0trachea(windpipe)