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JEOPARDY. Based on the Dean Vaughan Series. Lesson 6 Review. Medical Terms. Word Parts. Definitions. Word Parts. Medical Terms. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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JEOPARDY

Based on the Dean Vaughan Series

Lesson 6 Review


Medical

Terms

Word

Parts

Definitions

Word

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Medical

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acoustogram


The graphic tracing of the measures of sound.


auriculocranial


Pertaining to the ear and cranium


suprabuccal


Above the cheek region


supercilia


Above the eyelashes


ciliogenesis


Formation of cilia (small hair, eyelash)


-plasia


development or growth


histo-


tissue


stoma-


mouth or opening


leio-


smooth


phleb-


vein


tree, branching(as in nervous system)


dendr-


tube


salpingo-


testis


orchi-


nature


physio-


tube


salpingo-


umbilic-


navel


cor-


heart


aur-


ear


ren-


kidney


palpebr-


eyelid


hypoplasia


incomplete or defective development


salpingostomy


the making of a an opening into the fallopian tube


thalamic


pertaining to the thalmus


pilosis


condition of hair; excessive hair growth


umbilical


pertaining to the umbilicus or navel


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