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Medical Terminology. List 7. Carp/o. Carpals (wrist bones) Carpal Pertaining to the wrist Carpal tunnel syndrome Group of symptoms resulting from compression of the nerve in the wrist. Cis/o. To cut Incisors teeth Incision To cut into. Incision for open appendicectomy.

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carp o
Carp/o

Carpals (wrist bones)

  • Carpal
    • Pertaining to the wrist
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Group of symptoms resulting from compression of the nerve in the wrist
cis o
Cis/o

To cut

  • Incisors
    • teeth
  • Incision
    • To cut into

Incision for open appendicectomy

circul a circ u
Circul/a (circ/u)

Circle

  • Circulation
    • The process of going in a circle
  • Circular
    • Pertaining to a circle
  • Circumcision
    • Process of cutting in a circle
cost o
Cost/o

Ribs

  • Costochondritis
    • Inflammation of the ribs and cartilage
  • Costochondral
    • Pertaining to the ribs and cartilage
  • Costotomy
    • Incision into the ribs
cutane o
Cutane/o

Skin

  • Cutaneous
    • Pertaining to the skin
  • Subcutaneous
    • Pertaining to below the skin
gen o gen e
Gen/o - Gen/e

To produce / to begin (to create)

  • Genesis
  • Gene
    • Biological unit of heredity or reproduction
  • Genetic
    • Pertaining to creation / birth
  • Glycogenolysis
    • The breakdown of sugar creation
  • Glyconeogenesis
    • New creation of sugar
glyc o
Glyc/o

Sugar

  • Glycosuria
    • Condition of sugar in the urine
  • Hyperglycemia
    • Condition of high sugar in the blood
  • Hypoglycemia
    • Condition of low sugar in the blood
nat i
Nat/i

Birth

  • Natal
    • Pertaining to birth
  • Neonatal
    • Pertaining to new birth
  • Native
    • born or originating somewhere
norm o
Norm/o

Rule, order

  • Normal
    • Pertaining to rule or order
  • Abnormal
    • Pertaining to away from the rule or order
ation
-ation

-process, -condition

  • Abbreviation
  • Catheterization
  • Circulation
  • Defibrillation
  • Inflammation
  • Menstruation
  • Hospitalization
  • Radiation
cision
-cision

-process of cutting

  • Incision
    • Process of cutting into
  • Excision
    • The process of cutting out
crine
-crine

-secretion

  • Endocrine
    • Secretion within
dipsia
-dipsia

-thirst

  • Polydipsia
    • Condition of much thirst
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-gen

-to produce

  • Pathogen
    • To produce disease (germs)
  • Antigen
    • To produce against
    • (bacteria / virus)
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-pnea

-condition of breathing

  • Apnea
    • Condition of not breathing
  • Bradypnea
    • Condition of slow breathing
  • Tachypnea
    • Condition of fast breathing
  • Hypopnea
    • Condition of low breathing
  • Hyperpnea
    • Condition of excessive breathing
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Ab-

Away from

  • Abnormal
    • Condition of away from order
  • Abduction
    • Away from midline
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Ad-

Towards-, near-

  • Adduction
    • Towards midline
  • Adrenal glands
    • Pertaining to near the kidneys
  • Adneural
    • Pertaining to near the nerve
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Ante-

Before-, foreword-

  • Antepartum
    • Before birth
  • Antemortem
    • Before death
  • Antefebrile
    • Before a fever
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Anti-

Against-

  • Antibody
    • A substance that works against germs
  • Antigen
    • To produce against
  • Antibiotic
    • Pertaining to a substance that works against germs/life
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Anti-
  • Antiandrogen
    • Drugs that work against androgen (male hormone)
  • Antiarrhythmic
    • Drugs that work against abnormal heart beats
  • anti-coagulant
    • Drugs that work against blood coagulation
  • Anticonvulsant
    • Drugs that work against seizures
  • Antiviral
    • Pertaining to agents that work against viruses
  • Antidepressant
    • Drugs that work against depression
  • Antifungal
    • Drugs that work against fungas
  • Antihistamine
    • Drugs that work against histamine (allergic reations)
  • Antihypertensive
    • Against high blood pressure
  • Anti-inflammatory
    • Against inflammation
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Bi-

Two-

  • Bipolar
    • Pertaining to two poles
  • Bilateral
    • Pertaining to two sides
  • Bicycle
    • Two wheels
  • Bipartisan
    • Two political parties
brady
Brady-

Slow-

  • Bradycardia
    • Condition of a slow heart
  • Bradypnea
    • Breathing slowly
  • Bradyuria
    • Urinating slowly
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Epi-

On top of-

  • Epidural
    • Pertaining to on top of the dura mater
  • Epidermis
    • Pertaining to on top of the skin
  • Epicranium
    • Pertaining to on top of the skull
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Hemi-

Half-

  • Hemigastrectomy
    • removal of half of the stomach
  • Hemiplegia
    • Paralysis of half of the body
  • Hemicardia
    • Condition of half a heart
  • Hemicephalia
    • Condition of half a brain
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Ec-

Out-, outside-

  • Ectopic pregnancy
    • Condition of outside the location
  • Eccrine
    • Secreting out - sweat glands
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Endo-

Within-, in-, inner-

  • Endocrine glands
    • Secreting within
  • Endoscopy
    • Visual examination within
  • Endocranial
    • Pertaining to within the cranium
  • Endobronchitis
    • Inflammation in the inner bronchi
  • Endopelvic
    • Pertaining to within the pelvis