Koofers

FINAL - Flashcards

Flashcard Deck Information

Class:KI 2603 - Medical Terminology
Subject:Kinesiology
University:Mississippi State University
Term:Fall 2013
- of -
INCORRECT CORRECT
- INCORRECT     - CORRECT     - SKIPPED
Shuffle Remaining Cards Show Definitions First Take Quiz (NEW)
Hide Keyboard shortcuts
Next card
Previous card
Mark correct
Mark incorrect
Flip card
Start Over
Shuffle
      Mode:   CARDS LIST       ? pages   PRINT EXIT
A, E, I, O, U vowels
E (knee) which vowel is pronounced in words with "ae"
e (egg) which vowel is pronounced in words with 'oe"
cycle what is an example of a word beginning with a soft C
Generated by Koofers.com
gel what is an example of a word beginning with a soft g
e or i or y after what letters do the letters C or G have a soft sound
long when "e" or "es" is at the end of a word, does it have a long or short sound
long when the letter "I" is at the end of a word, does it have a long or short sound
Generated by Koofers.com
fungi what is a medical word example with the letter "I" on the end
short "arthrogram"- long or short "a"
short

appendectomy- long or short "a"

 

 

long atrium- long or short A
Generated by Koofers.com
long nephroma- short or long O
long diagnose- long or short i
long trachea: short or long E
unicorn give an example of a word using a long U
Generated by Koofers.com
umbrella give an example of a word using a short U
long macron makes what sound
short breve makes what sound
root, combining form, prefix, suffix what are the four components of a medical word
Generated by Koofers.com
prefix what is the portion of a medical word that indicates the number of something
combining form (o) what is the term for the letter that glues 2 components of a medical word together
root what part of a medical word contains the core meaning of that word
suffix what is the portion of a medical word that indicates a condition
Generated by Koofers.com
ectomy excision, removal
centesis

surgical puncture

 

tripsy crushing
lysis separation; destruction; loosening
Generated by Koofers.com
clasis to break; surgical fracture
pexy fixation (of an organ)
rrhaphy suture
plasty repair
Generated by Koofers.com
stomy forming of an opening (mouth)
desis binding, fixation (of a bone or joint)
tome
tomy
Generated by Koofers.com
scope instrument for examining
graph instrument for recording
graphy process of recording
meter instrument for measuring
Generated by Koofers.com
metry process of measuring
gram record, writing
pain -algia or -dynia
formation/growth -plasmia or -plasm
Generated by Koofers.com
forming/producing -gen or -genesis
bursting of

-rrhage or -rrhagia

 

edema swelling
cele herniation
Generated by Koofers.com
litho stone or calculus
osis abnormal condition
spasm involuntary contraction, twitching
-stenosis narrowing, stricture
Generated by Koofers.com
discharge or flow -rrhea
disease -pathy
inflammation -itis
rupture -rrhexis
Generated by Koofers.com
paralysis plegia
dilation or expansion -ectasis
vomiting -emesis
blood condition -emia
Generated by Koofers.com
specified abnormal condition -iasis
softening -malacia
nourishment -trophy
inter prefix meaning between
Generated by Koofers.com
under sib or infra
backward retro-
post after or behind
upon or above epi-
Generated by Koofers.com
below hypo
pre before
hyper excessive, above normal
four quadri
Generated by Koofers.com
macro large
bi two
double diplo
mono or uni one
Generated by Koofers.com
micro
multi or poly many
hemi half
first primi
Generated by Koofers.com
tri three
near, beside, next to para as in paranormal means
excessive ultra
supra above, excessive, superior
Generated by Koofers.com
endo- or intra- in or within
good eu- as in euphoria
different hetero
same homo or homeo
Generated by Koofers.com
against contra
bad mal-
all pan-
false/fake pseudo
Generated by Koofers.com
bad, difficult, painful dys-
posterior dorsal (back)
anterior ventral (front)
midsaggital which plane divides body into right and left
Generated by Koofers.com
transverse the plane that divides into top and bottom
coronal the plane that divides into front and back
upon the prefix epi- means
below the prefix hypo- means
Generated by Koofers.com
loins (lower back) lumbo
groin region inguin/o
cartilage region chondr/o
neck region cervic/o
Generated by Koofers.com
chest region thorac/o
toward abduction
away adduction
medial toward middle
Generated by Koofers.com
lateral side
superior above
inferior below
proximal toward
Generated by Koofers.com
distal away
prone laying face down
supine laying face up
inversion turning inward
Generated by Koofers.com
eversion turning outward
tissue
back dors/o
cellular cyt/o
Generated by Koofers.com
far/farthest dist/o
nucleus nucleo or karyo
tail caud/o
cranium crani/o
Generated by Koofers.com
anterior or front anter/o
fat

lipo

steato

adipo

skin

cutaneo

dermato

dermo

hair pil/o or trich/o
Generated by Koofers.com
oil seb/o
xen/o foreign, strange
kerato horny tissue; hard
hardening of tissue scler/o
Generated by Koofers.com
xer/o dry
sweat hidr/o or sudor/o
nail onycho or ungun/o
scale squamo
Generated by Koofers.com
black melan/o
fungus myc/o
metastasis cancer cells have moved from original site
cancer carcin/o
Generated by Koofers.com
tumor -oma
abscess

collection of pus in infected area

 

alopecia loss of hair
cellulitis

infection/inflammation of skin and sebaceous tissue

 

Generated by Koofers.com
chloasma yellowish/brownish patches of skin discoloration 
comedo form of acne
dermatomycosis skin fungus
pediculosis lice infestation
Generated by Koofers.com
keratosis horny growth on skin
petechia pinpoint hemorrhages under skin
erythema redness of skin due to swollen capillaries
impetigo bacterial skin infection
Generated by Koofers.com
urticaria allergic reaction causing wheals or hives
ecchymosis bruising
verruca warts
lentigo brownish discolorations of skin
Generated by Koofers.com
vitiligo loss of skin pigmentation
eschar damaged tissue following a burn
pallor pale
pruritus itching
Generated by Koofers.com
purpura small hemorrhages causing petechial or ecchymoses
tinea fungal skin infection called ringworm
lip labio and cheilo
esophagus esophago
Generated by Koofers.com
mouth oro and stomato
pancreas pancreato
gums
gallbladder cholecysto
Generated by Koofers.com
tongue glosso and linguo
teeth dento and odonto
salivary gland sialo
gallbladder cholecysto
Generated by Koofers.com
intestines entero
bile vessel cholangio
liver hepato
bile, gall chole
Generated by Koofers.com
bile duct choledocho
postprandial after meal
hepatomegaly enlarged liver
suture rrhaphy
Generated by Koofers.com
painful swallowing dysphagia
discharge/flow rrhea
cholelithiasis abnormal condition of gallstones
anorexia without appetite
Generated by Koofers.com
malabsorption bad absorption
pyloric stenosis narrowing of pyloric sphincter
steatorrhea fatty stool
leukoplakia white patches
Generated by Koofers.com
hematemesis vomiting blood
melena tarry colored stool
fecalith fecal concretion
borborygmus rumbling of stomach
Generated by Koofers.com
long i ascites
swallowing deglutition
belching eructation
sputum secretions produced in the lungs and bronchi that are expelled by coughing
Generated by Koofers.com
dyspnea difficulty breathing
pandemic world wide outbreak
septum wall diving two cavities
virulent highly infectious
Generated by Koofers.com
paroxysmal sudden and violent
orthopnea ease of breathing upon standing or sitting
viable alive
oropharynx the medical term for the back of the mouth
Generated by Koofers.com
soft the "g" in laryngopharynx is
lung pulmono
capnia carbon dioxide is
mediastinum space between right and left lungs
Generated by Koofers.com
pleura lining of the lungs and thoracic cavity
nose naso or rhino
air/lungs pneumo or pneumono
coal dust anthraco
Generated by Koofers.com
dust conio
breathing

pnea

smell osmia
breathe spiro
Generated by Koofers.com
incomplete/imperfect atelo
voice phonia
straight ortho
chest pectoro, stetho, thoraco
Generated by Koofers.com
diaphragm phreno
spitting ptysis
slow breathing

bradypnea

 

difficult

dys

 

Generated by Koofers.com
good eu
rapid tachy
hydrothorax serum in the pleural space
nose bleed epistaxis
Generated by Koofers.com
pneumothorax air in the pleural space
hypoxia oxygen deficiency in tissues
hemothorax blood in the pleural space
coryza head cold
Generated by Koofers.com
hypoxemia deficiency of oxygen in the blood
asphyxia condition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen
cardio heart
vessel angio or vasculo
Generated by Koofers.com
fatty plaque athero
artery arterio
arteriole arteriolo
atrium atrio
Generated by Koofers.com
aorta aort/o
aneurysm/o a widening, widened blood vessel... often bulging
electricity electr/o
scler/o hardening; white of the eye
Generated by Koofers.com
ectasis dilation or expansion
my/o muscle
vein phlebo or veno
plug embolo
Generated by Koofers.com
blood vessel hemangio
septo septum or dividing
pulse sphygmo
steno

narrowing, stricture

 

Generated by Koofers.com
thrombo blood clot
ventricle ventriculo
valve valvo or valvulo
vaso  vessel, vas deferens, duct
Generated by Koofers.com
gram record, writing
graph instrument for recording
graphy process of recording
stenosis narrowing, stricture
Generated by Koofers.com
endo  in, within
ischemia oxygen deficiency of heart
outside extra-
brady- slow
Generated by Koofers.com
around peri-
angioplasty widening narrowed or obstructed arteries
tachy rapid
arteriosclerosis hardening of an artery
Generated by Koofers.com
atherosclerosis hardening of the arteries
trans across
angina chest pain
myocardial infarction death of an area of the heart muscle
Generated by Koofers.com
teleangiectases small, widened blood vessels on skin (spider veins)
cardiomyopathy disease of the heart muscle causing cardiac dysfunction
arrhythmia abnormal rhythm
hypertension elevated blood pressure
Generated by Koofers.com
hyperlipidemia

excessive amounts of lipids in blood

 

embolus undissolved "plug" of matter
hemostasis arrest of bleeding or circulation
endocarditis inflammation of inner lining of heart and its valves
Generated by Koofers.com
blood hem/o or hemat/o
poiesis formation
gland adeno
eosino dawn colored
Generated by Koofers.com
red erythro
agglutino clumping, gluing (think of gluten)
blast/o embryonic cell
color chromo
Generated by Koofers.com
bas/o base
lymph/o lymph
immun/o immune
myelo bone marrow; spinal cord
Generated by Koofers.com
granul/o granule
lymph vessel lymphangi/o
kary/o or nucle/o nucleus
lymph gland lymphadeno
Generated by Koofers.com
form, shape morpho
sidero iron
neutro neutral, neither
poikilo varied, irregular
Generated by Koofers.com
thymo thymus gland
phag/o swallowing; eating
xen/o foreign, strange
spleen/o spleen
Generated by Koofers.com
plas/o formation, growth
ser/o serum
reticul/o net, mesh
thromb/o blood clot
Generated by Koofers.com
-emia blood condition
protein -globin
graft transplantation
osis abnormal condition, increase
Generated by Koofers.com
penia decrease, deficiency
phil attraction for
phoresis
phylaxis
Generated by Koofers.com
poiesis formation, production
stasis standing still
round teres
sub under
Generated by Koofers.com
deltoid triangular
levator lift or elevate
huge vastus
maximus large
Generated by Koofers.com
supra above
latissimus wide
brevis short
rhomboid like a rhombus with equal and parallel sides
Generated by Koofers.com
trapezius like a 4 sided figure with two sides parallel
oblique runs fibers diagonally
long longus
infra below
Generated by Koofers.com
small minimus
lateralis lateral
rectus fibers run straight
transverse fibers run across
Generated by Koofers.com
orbicularis fibers run circular
chewer masseter
brachii arm
dorso back
Generated by Koofers.com
plantar sole of foot
fibro fiber, fibrous tissue
rhabdomyo rod shaped muscle
leiomyo smooth muscle
Generated by Koofers.com
fascio band, fascia
muscle muscul/o or my/o
rhabd/o rod shaped or striated
synov/o synovial membrane, synovial fluid
Generated by Koofers.com
tendon ten/o, tend/o, tendin/o
chondr/o cartilage
opening meatus
lord/o curve, swayback
Generated by Koofers.com
lamin/o lamina
cervical pertaining to the neck
thoracic pertaining to the chest
kyph/o hill, mountain
Generated by Koofers.com
anky/o stiffness, bent, crooked stiffness of a joint
joint arthr/o
myel/o bone marrow; spinal cord
carp/o wrist
Generated by Koofers.com
foot/child ped/o or ped/i
orth/o straight
scolio crooked; bent
chest thoraco
Generated by Koofers.com
acromio acromion
brachio arm
head cephalo
osteo bone
Generated by Koofers.com
calcaneo calcaneum
claviculo clavicle
cervico neck, cervix uteri
costo ribs
Generated by Koofers.com
skull cranio
dactyl/o fingers/toes
femor/o thigh bone
fibul/o lower leg
Generated by Koofers.com
humer/o upper arm bone
ili/o lateral, flaring bone of hip
ischi/o lower portion of hip bone
lumbo loins; lower back
Generated by Koofers.com
metacarp/o hand bone
metatarso foot bone
patello kneecap
pelvis pelv/i
Generated by Koofers.com
pod/o foot
phalang/o fingers/toes
radi/o radiation, x-ray; radius
pub/o anterior part of pelvic bone
Generated by Koofers.com
breastbone stern/o
spondyl/o or vertebr/o breastbone
tibi/o tibia
malacia softening
Generated by Koofers.com
asthenia weakness, debility
physis growth
porous porosis
blast embryonic cell
Generated by Koofers.com
surgical fracture clasia or clast
desis binding or fixation
litho stone, calculus
cyst/o bladder
Generated by Koofers.com
uro urine
vesico bladder
renal pelvis pyel/o
glomerulus glomerul/o
Generated by Koofers.com
meato opening, meatus
urethra urethr/o
nephr/o or ren/o kidney
peritone/o peritoneum
Generated by Koofers.com
ureter/o ureter
blano glans penis
male andro
vaso vessels, vas deferens/duct
Generated by Koofers.com
varic/o dilated vein
epididym/o epididymis
testis orch/o; orchi/o; orchid/o; test/o
vesicul/o seminal vesicle
Generated by Koofers.com
prostrate gland prostat/o
albumin/o albumin, protein
azot/o nitrogenous compounds
bacteri/o bacteria
Generated by Koofers.com
crypt/o hidden
gonad/o gonads or sex glands
kali/o potassium
keton/o ketone bodies
Generated by Koofers.com
noct/o night
olig/o scanty
py/o pus
killing cide
Generated by Koofers.com
genesis beginning; formation
iasis abnormal specified condition
ism condition
spadias slit; fissure
Generated by Koofers.com
uria urine
through, across dia
retro backward
amnion amni/o
Generated by Koofers.com
cervic/o neck/neck of uterus
vagina colp/o or vagin/o
milk galact/o or lact/o
gynec/o woman, female
Generated by Koofers.com
uterus hyster/o
mammo or masto breast
men/o menses, menstruation
tube salpinx
Generated by Koofers.com
tocia childbirth, labor
birth nat/o
uter/o uterus
metr/o uterus OR measure
Generated by Koofers.com
-version turning
oophor/o or ovari/o ovary
pregnant woman -gravida
perineum perine/o
Generated by Koofers.com
salping/o tube
beginning -arche
-cyesis pregnancy
para to bear
Generated by Koofers.com
adren/o or adrenal/o adrenal glands
calc/o calcium
crin/o secrete
gluco or glycol or glycoso sugar/sweetness
Generated by Koofers.com
kal/i potassium
pancreat/o pancreas
parathyroid/o parathyroid gland
thym/o thymus gland
Generated by Koofers.com
thyr/o or thyroid/o thyroid gland
toxic/o poison
-crine secrete
-dipsia thirst
Generated by Koofers.com
-gen forming, producing, origin
exo outside, outward
hyper excessive, above normal
poly many
Generated by Koofers.com
virilism masculination in a woman
pheochromocytoma literally: a tumor of cells that is dark or dusky color
hyponatremia low blood sodium
glycosuria glucose in urine
Generated by Koofers.com
hyperphagia literally a condition of much swallowing
hyperkalemia high serum potassium
virile masculine or having characteristics of a man
hirsutism excessive hair growth in unusual places
Generated by Koofers.com
acromegaly literally enlargement of extremities
diuresis literally: condition of double urine
kinesiology the study of movement
narco stupor, numbness, sleep
Generated by Koofers.com
esthesia feeling
plegia paralysis
agnosia condition of not knowing
asthenia literally condition without strength
Generated by Koofers.com
ataxia condition without coordination
dementia condition of mental decline
dyslexia dif phrasing
anencephaly without portion of brain
Generated by Koofers.com
poliomyelitis inflammation of gray matter of spinal cord
polio gray
theca-
redicula nerve root
Generated by Koofers.com
phot/o light
amblyo dull
opt/o or optic/o eye; vision
corne/o cornea
Generated by Koofers.com
presby/o old age
aqueo water
choroid/o choroid
cycl/o ciliary body of eye; circular; cycle
Generated by Koofers.com
dacry/o or lacrim/o tear; lacrimal apparatus
glauco gray
blepharo eyelid
coreo or pupillo pupil
Generated by Koofers.com
goni/o or vitr/o angle
irid/o iris
dacryocyst/o lacrimal sac
oculo or ophthalmo eye
Generated by Koofers.com
phaco lens
scoto darkness
staped/o stapes
salping/o tubes (usually fallopian or Eustachian)
Generated by Koofers.com
labyrinth/o inner ear
ot/o ear
myring/o or tympano tympanic membrane
acous/o hearing
Generated by Koofers.com
-acusia or -acusis hearing
acr/o extremity
aer/o air
af- toward
Generated by Koofers.com
agglutin/o clumping or gluing
agora- marketplace
allo- other, differing from the normal
ambly dull, dim
Generated by Koofers.com
ana- against; up, back
angio vessel
aniso unequal, dissimilar
-arche beginning
Generated by Koofers.com
asthenia weakness, debility
astro star
-ate having the form of, possessing
atel/o incomplete, imperfect
Generated by Koofers.com
athero fatty plaque
-ation process (of)
auro auricul/o ear
balan/o glans penis
Generated by Koofers.com
brachy- short
cata- down
cauter/o heat, burn
-ceps head
Generated by Koofers.com
chalic/o limestome
cheil/o lip
chromo chromato color
cirrh/o yellow
Generated by Koofers.com
clysis irrigation, washing
-continence to hold back
corp/o body
cruci/o cross
Generated by Koofers.com
cry/o cold
dacryocyst/o lacrimal sac
de- cessation
dendro tree
Generated by Koofers.com
duct/o lead, carry
dur/o dura mater; hard
embol/o embolus (plug)
emphys/o to inflate
Generated by Koofers.com
eosin/o dawn (rose colored)
episi/o vulva
erythem/o red
esthes/o feeling
Generated by Koofers.com
-ferent to carry
gangli/o ganglion (knot or knotlike mass)
iatro physician; medicine; treatment
-icterus jaundice
Generated by Koofers.com
im- not
kal/i potassium
kern/o  kernel (nucleus)
-lalia speech, babble
Generated by Koofers.com
lei/o smooth
-lapar/o abdomen
leiomy/o smooth muscle (visceral)
lept/o thin, slender
Generated by Koofers.com
lex/o word, phrase
-listhesis slipping
lord/o curve, swayback
-lucent to shine; clear
Generated by Koofers.com
men/o menses, menstruation
ment/o mind
mydr/o widen, enlarge
nat/o birth
Generated by Koofers.com
nyctal/o night
nulli- none
obstetro midwife
-oid resembling
Generated by Koofers.com
-ole small, minute
olig/o scanty
omphal/o navel
onych/o nail
Generated by Koofers.com
oophor/o ovary
opaque obscure
oxy quick; sharp
pachy thick
Generated by Koofers.com
-paresis partial paralysis
pepsia digestion
phaco lens
phe/o dusky, dark
Generated by Koofers.com
phim/o muzzle
phoresis carrying, transmission
phylaxis protection
physis growth
Generated by Koofers.com
-plexy stroke
poikilo varied, irregular
polyp/o small growth
-prandial meal
Generated by Koofers.com
-proct/o anus, rectum
-ptosis prolapse, downward displacement
ptyal/o saliva
rachi/o spine
Generated by Koofers.com
radi/o radiation; x ray; radius
radicul/o nerve root
rhytid/o wrinkle
roentgen/o x-rays
Generated by Koofers.com
rude/o red
-salpinx tube
-schisis a splitting
SCHIZ/O split
Generated by Koofers.com
sequester/o separation
silic/o flint
-spadias slit, fissure
sphygm/o pulse
Generated by Koofers.com
-sphxia pulse
spondylo vertebrate
sthen/o strength
sudor/o sweat
Generated by Koofers.com
sym- union, together, joined
tax/o order, coordination
thalass/o sea
thel/o nipple
Generated by Koofers.com
thymia mind; emotion
-tic pertaining to
illo to pull
tocia childbirth, labor
Generated by Koofers.com
-tropin stimulate
tuberculo a little swelling
varic/o dilated vein
vest/o clothes
Generated by Koofers.com
vitr/o vitreous body (of eye)
vitre/o glassy
voyeur/o to sea
xanth/o  yellow
Generated by Koofers.com
xiph/o sword
Generated by Koofers.com

List View: Terms & Definitions

  Hide All 645 Print
 
Front
Back
 A, E, I, O, Uvowels
 E (knee)which vowel is pronounced in words with "ae"
 e (egg)which vowel is pronounced in words with 'oe"
 cyclewhat is an example of a word beginning with a soft C
 gelwhat is an example of a word beginning with a soft g
 e or i or yafter what letters do the letters C or G have a soft sound
 longwhen "e" or "es" is at the end of a word, does it have a long or short sound
 longwhen the letter "I" is at the end of a word, does it have a long or short sound
 fungiwhat is a medical word example with the letter "I" on the end
 short"arthrogram"- long or short "a"
 short

appendectomy- long or short "a"

 

 

 longatrium- long or short A
 longnephroma- short or long O
 longdiagnose- long or short i
 longtrachea: short or long E
 unicorngive an example of a word using a long U
 umbrellagive an example of a word using a short U
 longmacron makes what sound
 shortbreve makes what sound
 root, combining form, prefix, suffixwhat are the four components of a medical word
 prefixwhat is the portion of a medical word that indicates the number of something
 combining form (o)what is the term for the letter that glues 2 components of a medical word together
 rootwhat part of a medical word contains the core meaning of that word
 suffixwhat is the portion of a medical word that indicates a condition
 ectomyexcision, removal
 centesis

surgical puncture

 

 tripsycrushing
 lysisseparation; destruction; loosening
 clasisto break; surgical fracture
 pexyfixation (of an organ)
 rrhaphysuture
 plastyrepair
 stomyforming of an opening (mouth)
 desisbinding, fixation (of a bone or joint)
 tome 
 tomy 
 scopeinstrument for examining
 graphinstrument for recording
 graphyprocess of recording
 meterinstrument for measuring
 metryprocess of measuring
 gramrecord, writing
 pain-algia or -dynia
 formation/growth-plasmia or -plasm
 forming/producing-gen or -genesis
 bursting of

-rrhage or -rrhagia

 

 edemaswelling
 celeherniation
 lithostone or calculus
 osisabnormal condition
 spasminvoluntary contraction, twitching
 -stenosisnarrowing, stricture
 discharge or flow-rrhea
 disease-pathy
 inflammation-itis
 rupture-rrhexis
 paralysisplegia
 dilation or expansion-ectasis
 vomiting-emesis
 blood condition-emia
 specified abnormal condition-iasis
 softening-malacia
 nourishment-trophy
 interprefix meaning between
 undersib or infra
 backwardretro-
 postafter or behind
 upon or aboveepi-
 belowhypo
 prebefore
 hyperexcessive, above normal
 fourquadri
 macrolarge
 bitwo
 doublediplo
 mono or unione
 micro 
 multi or polymany
 hemihalf
 firstprimi
 trithree
 near, beside, next topara as in paranormal means
 excessiveultra
 supraabove, excessive, superior
 endo- or intra-in or within
 goodeu- as in euphoria
 differenthetero
 samehomo or homeo
 againstcontra
 badmal-
 allpan-
 false/fakepseudo
 bad, difficult, painfuldys-
 posteriordorsal (back)
 anteriorventral (front)
 midsaggitalwhich plane divides body into right and left
 transversethe plane that divides into top and bottom
 coronalthe plane that divides into front and back
 uponthe prefix epi- means
 belowthe prefix hypo- means
 loins (lower back)lumbo
 groin regioninguin/o
 cartilage regionchondr/o
 neck regioncervic/o
 chest regionthorac/o
 towardabduction
 awayadduction
 medialtoward middle
 lateralside
 superiorabove
 inferiorbelow
 proximaltoward
 distalaway
 pronelaying face down
 supinelaying face up
 inversionturning inward
 eversionturning outward
 tissue 
 backdors/o
 cellularcyt/o
 far/farthestdist/o
 nucleusnucleo or karyo
 tailcaud/o
 craniumcrani/o
 anterior or frontanter/o
 fat

lipo

steato

adipo

 skin

cutaneo

dermato

dermo

 hairpil/o or trich/o
 oilseb/o
 xen/oforeign, strange
 keratohorny tissue; hard
 hardening of tissuescler/o
 xer/odry
 sweathidr/o or sudor/o
 nailonycho or ungun/o
 scalesquamo
 blackmelan/o
 fungusmyc/o
 metastasiscancer cells have moved from original site
 cancercarcin/o
 tumor-oma
 abscess

collection of pus in infected area

 

 alopecialoss of hair
 cellulitis

infection/inflammation of skin and sebaceous tissue

 

 chloasmayellowish/brownish patches of skin discoloration 
 comedoform of acne
 dermatomycosisskin fungus
 pediculosislice infestation
 keratosishorny growth on skin
 petechiapinpoint hemorrhages under skin
 erythemaredness of skin due to swollen capillaries
 impetigobacterial skin infection
 urticariaallergic reaction causing wheals or hives
 ecchymosisbruising
 verrucawarts
 lentigobrownish discolorations of skin
 vitiligoloss of skin pigmentation
 eschardamaged tissue following a burn
 pallorpale
 pruritusitching
 purpurasmall hemorrhages causing petechial or ecchymoses
 tineafungal skin infection called ringworm
 liplabio and cheilo
 esophagusesophago
 mouthoro and stomato
 pancreaspancreato
 gums 
 gallbladdercholecysto
 tongueglosso and linguo
 teethdento and odonto
 salivary glandsialo
 gallbladdercholecysto
 intestinesentero
 bile vesselcholangio
 liverhepato
 bile, gallchole
 bile ductcholedocho
 postprandialafter meal
 hepatomegalyenlarged liver
 suturerrhaphy
 painful swallowingdysphagia
 discharge/flowrrhea
 cholelithiasisabnormal condition of gallstones
 anorexiawithout appetite
 malabsorptionbad absorption
 pyloric stenosisnarrowing of pyloric sphincter
 steatorrheafatty stool
 leukoplakiawhite patches
 hematemesisvomiting blood
 melenatarry colored stool
 fecalithfecal concretion
 borborygmusrumbling of stomach
 long iascites
 swallowingdeglutition
 belchingeructation
 sputumsecretions produced in the lungs and bronchi that are expelled by coughing
 dyspneadifficulty breathing
 pandemicworld wide outbreak
 septumwall diving two cavities
 virulenthighly infectious
 paroxysmalsudden and violent
 orthopneaease of breathing upon standing or sitting
 viablealive
 oropharynxthe medical term for the back of the mouth
 softthe "g" in laryngopharynx is
 lungpulmono
 capniacarbon dioxide is
 mediastinumspace between right and left lungs
 pleuralining of the lungs and thoracic cavity
 nosenaso or rhino
 air/lungspneumo or pneumono
 coal dustanthraco
 dustconio
 breathing

pnea

 smellosmia
 breathespiro
 incomplete/imperfectatelo
 voicephonia
 straightortho
 chestpectoro, stetho, thoraco
 diaphragmphreno
 spittingptysis
 slow breathing

bradypnea

 

 difficult

dys

 

 goodeu
 rapidtachy
 hydrothoraxserum in the pleural space
 nose bleedepistaxis
 pneumothoraxair in the pleural space
 hypoxiaoxygen deficiency in tissues
 hemothoraxblood in the pleural space
 coryzahead cold
 hypoxemiadeficiency of oxygen in the blood
 asphyxiacondition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen
 cardioheart
 vesselangio or vasculo
 fatty plaqueathero
 arteryarterio
 arteriolearteriolo
 atriumatrio
 aortaaort/o
 aneurysm/oa widening, widened blood vessel... often bulging
 electricityelectr/o
 scler/ohardening; white of the eye
 ectasisdilation or expansion
 my/omuscle
 veinphlebo or veno
 plugembolo
 blood vesselhemangio
 septoseptum or dividing
 pulsesphygmo
 steno

narrowing, stricture

 

 thromboblood clot
 ventricleventriculo
 valvevalvo or valvulo
 vaso vessel, vas deferens, duct
 gramrecord, writing
 graphinstrument for recording
 graphyprocess of recording
 stenosisnarrowing, stricture
 endo in, within
 ischemiaoxygen deficiency of heart
 outsideextra-
 brady-slow
 aroundperi-
 angioplastywidening narrowed or obstructed arteries
 tachyrapid
 arteriosclerosishardening of an artery
 atherosclerosishardening of the arteries
 transacross
 anginachest pain
 myocardial infarctiondeath of an area of the heart muscle
 teleangiectasessmall, widened blood vessels on skin (spider veins)
 cardiomyopathydisease of the heart muscle causing cardiac dysfunction
 arrhythmiaabnormal rhythm
 hypertensionelevated blood pressure
 hyperlipidemia

excessive amounts of lipids in blood

 

 embolusundissolved "plug" of matter
 hemostasisarrest of bleeding or circulation
 endocarditisinflammation of inner lining of heart and its valves
 bloodhem/o or hemat/o
 poiesisformation
 glandadeno
 eosinodawn colored
 rederythro
 agglutinoclumping, gluing (think of gluten)
 blast/oembryonic cell
 colorchromo
 bas/obase
 lymph/olymph
 immun/oimmune
 myelobone marrow; spinal cord
 granul/ogranule
 lymph vessellymphangi/o
 kary/o or nucle/onucleus
 lymph glandlymphadeno
 form, shapemorpho
 sideroiron
 neutroneutral, neither
 poikilovaried, irregular
 thymothymus gland
 phag/oswallowing; eating
 xen/oforeign, strange
 spleen/ospleen
 plas/oformation, growth
 ser/oserum
 reticul/onet, mesh
 thromb/oblood clot
 -emiablood condition
 protein-globin
 grafttransplantation
 osisabnormal condition, increase
 peniadecrease, deficiency
 philattraction for
 phoresis 
 phylaxis 
 poiesisformation, production
 stasisstanding still
 roundteres
 subunder
 deltoidtriangular
 levatorlift or elevate
 hugevastus
 maximuslarge
 supraabove
 latissimuswide
 brevisshort
 rhomboidlike a rhombus with equal and parallel sides
 trapeziuslike a 4 sided figure with two sides parallel
 obliqueruns fibers diagonally
 longlongus
 infrabelow
 smallminimus
 lateralislateral
 rectusfibers run straight
 transversefibers run across
 orbicularisfibers run circular
 chewermasseter
 brachiiarm
 dorsoback
 plantarsole of foot
 fibrofiber, fibrous tissue
 rhabdomyorod shaped muscle
 leiomyosmooth muscle
 fascioband, fascia
 musclemuscul/o or my/o
 rhabd/orod shaped or striated
 synov/osynovial membrane, synovial fluid
 tendonten/o, tend/o, tendin/o
 chondr/ocartilage
 openingmeatus
 lord/ocurve, swayback
 lamin/olamina
 cervicalpertaining to the neck
 thoracicpertaining to the chest
 kyph/ohill, mountain
 anky/ostiffness, bent, crooked stiffness of a joint
 jointarthr/o
 myel/obone marrow; spinal cord
 carp/owrist
 foot/childped/o or ped/i
 orth/ostraight
 scoliocrooked; bent
 chestthoraco
 acromioacromion
 brachioarm
 headcephalo
 osteobone
 calcaneocalcaneum
 claviculoclavicle
 cerviconeck, cervix uteri
 costoribs
 skullcranio
 dactyl/ofingers/toes
 femor/othigh bone
 fibul/olower leg
 humer/oupper arm bone
 ili/olateral, flaring bone of hip
 ischi/olower portion of hip bone
 lumboloins; lower back
 metacarp/ohand bone
 metatarsofoot bone
 patellokneecap
 pelvispelv/i
 pod/ofoot
 phalang/ofingers/toes
 radi/oradiation, x-ray; radius
 pub/oanterior part of pelvic bone
 breastbonestern/o
 spondyl/o or vertebr/obreastbone
 tibi/otibia
 malaciasoftening
 astheniaweakness, debility
 physisgrowth
 porousporosis
 blastembryonic cell
 surgical fractureclasia or clast
 desisbinding or fixation
 lithostone, calculus
 cyst/obladder
 urourine
 vesicobladder
 renal pelvispyel/o
 glomerulusglomerul/o
 meatoopening, meatus
 urethraurethr/o
 nephr/o or ren/okidney
 peritone/operitoneum
 ureter/oureter
 blanoglans penis
 maleandro
 vasovessels, vas deferens/duct
 varic/odilated vein
 epididym/oepididymis
 testisorch/o; orchi/o; orchid/o; test/o
 vesicul/oseminal vesicle
 prostrate glandprostat/o
 albumin/oalbumin, protein
 azot/onitrogenous compounds
 bacteri/obacteria
 crypt/ohidden
 gonad/ogonads or sex glands
 kali/opotassium
 keton/oketone bodies
 noct/onight
 olig/oscanty
 py/opus
 killingcide
 genesisbeginning; formation
 iasisabnormal specified condition
 ismcondition
 spadiasslit; fissure
 uriaurine
 through, acrossdia
 retrobackward
 amnionamni/o
 cervic/oneck/neck of uterus
 vaginacolp/o or vagin/o
 milkgalact/o or lact/o
 gynec/owoman, female
 uterushyster/o
 mammo or mastobreast
 men/omenses, menstruation
 tubesalpinx
 tociachildbirth, labor
 birthnat/o
 uter/outerus
 metr/outerus OR measure
 -versionturning
 oophor/o or ovari/oovary
 pregnant woman-gravida
 perineumperine/o
 salping/otube
 beginning-arche
 -cyesispregnancy
 parato bear
 adren/o or adrenal/oadrenal glands
 calc/ocalcium
 crin/osecrete
 gluco or glycol or glycososugar/sweetness
 kal/ipotassium
 pancreat/opancreas
 parathyroid/oparathyroid gland
 thym/othymus gland
 thyr/o or thyroid/othyroid gland
 toxic/opoison
 -crinesecrete
 -dipsiathirst
 -genforming, producing, origin
 exooutside, outward
 hyperexcessive, above normal
 polymany
 virilismmasculination in a woman
 pheochromocytomaliterally: a tumor of cells that is dark or dusky color
 hyponatremialow blood sodium
 glycosuriaglucose in urine
 hyperphagialiterally a condition of much swallowing
 hyperkalemiahigh serum potassium
 virilemasculine or having characteristics of a man
 hirsutismexcessive hair growth in unusual places
 acromegalyliterally enlargement of extremities
 diuresisliterally: condition of double urine
 kinesiologythe study of movement
 narcostupor, numbness, sleep
 esthesiafeeling
 plegiaparalysis
 agnosiacondition of not knowing
 asthenialiterally condition without strength
 ataxiacondition without coordination
 dementiacondition of mental decline
 dyslexiadif phrasing
 anencephalywithout portion of brain
 poliomyelitisinflammation of gray matter of spinal cord
 poliogray
 theca- 
 rediculanerve root
 phot/olight
 amblyodull
 opt/o or optic/oeye; vision
 corne/ocornea
 presby/oold age
 aqueowater
 choroid/ochoroid
 cycl/ociliary body of eye; circular; cycle
 dacry/o or lacrim/otear; lacrimal apparatus
 glaucogray
 blepharoeyelid
 coreo or pupillopupil
 goni/o or vitr/oangle
 irid/oiris
 dacryocyst/olacrimal sac
 oculo or ophthalmoeye
 phacolens
 scotodarkness
 staped/ostapes
 salping/otubes (usually fallopian or Eustachian)
 labyrinth/oinner ear
 ot/oear
 myring/o or tympanotympanic membrane
 acous/ohearing
 -acusia or -acusishearing
 acr/oextremity
 aer/oair
 af-toward
 agglutin/oclumping or gluing
 agora-marketplace
 allo-other, differing from the normal
 amblydull, dim
 ana-against; up, back
 angiovessel
 anisounequal, dissimilar
 -archebeginning
 astheniaweakness, debility
 astrostar
 -atehaving the form of, possessing
 atel/oincomplete, imperfect
 atherofatty plaque
 -ationprocess (of)
 auro auricul/oear
 balan/oglans penis
 brachy-short
 cata-down
 cauter/oheat, burn
 -cepshead
 chalic/olimestome
 cheil/olip
 chromo chromatocolor
 cirrh/oyellow
 clysisirrigation, washing
 -continenceto hold back
 corp/obody
 cruci/ocross
 cry/ocold
 dacryocyst/olacrimal sac
 de-cessation
 dendrotree
 duct/olead, carry
 dur/odura mater; hard
 embol/oembolus (plug)
 emphys/oto inflate
 eosin/odawn (rose colored)
 episi/ovulva
 erythem/ored
 esthes/ofeeling
 -ferentto carry
 gangli/oganglion (knot or knotlike mass)
 iatrophysician; medicine; treatment
 -icterusjaundice
 im-not
 kal/ipotassium
 kern/o kernel (nucleus)
 -laliaspeech, babble
 lei/osmooth
 -lapar/oabdomen
 leiomy/osmooth muscle (visceral)
 lept/othin, slender
 lex/oword, phrase
 -listhesisslipping
 lord/ocurve, swayback
 -lucentto shine; clear
 men/omenses, menstruation
 ment/omind
 mydr/owiden, enlarge
 nat/obirth
 nyctal/onight
 nulli-none
 obstetromidwife
 -oidresembling
 -olesmall, minute
 olig/oscanty
 omphal/onavel
 onych/onail
 oophor/oovary
 opaqueobscure
 oxyquick; sharp
 pachythick
 -paresispartial paralysis
 pepsiadigestion
 phacolens
 phe/odusky, dark
 phim/omuzzle
 phoresiscarrying, transmission
 phylaxisprotection
 physisgrowth
 -plexystroke
 poikilovaried, irregular
 polyp/osmall growth
 -prandialmeal
 -proct/oanus, rectum
 -ptosisprolapse, downward displacement
 ptyal/osaliva
 rachi/ospine
 radi/oradiation; x ray; radius
 radicul/onerve root
 rhytid/owrinkle
 roentgen/ox-rays
 rude/ored
 -salpinxtube
 -schisisa splitting
 SCHIZ/Osplit
 sequester/oseparation
 silic/oflint
 -spadiasslit, fissure
 sphygm/opulse
 -sphxiapulse
 spondylovertebrate
 sthen/ostrength
 sudor/osweat
 sym-union, together, joined
 tax/oorder, coordination
 thalass/osea
 thel/onipple
 thymiamind; emotion
 -ticpertaining to
 illoto pull
 tociachildbirth, labor
 -tropinstimulate
 tuberculoa little swelling
 varic/odilated vein
 vest/oclothes
 vitr/ovitreous body (of eye)
 vitre/oglassy
 voyeur/oto sea
 xanth/o yellow
 xiph/osword
36, "/var/app/current/tmp/"