Chapter 2 bone structure, color, and oncology

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Aden/o

Combining form

Gland

2

Cancer\o,

Combining form

Cancer

3

Carcin/o

Combining form

Cancer (a disease characterized by unregulated abnormal growth of new cells)

4

Chlor/o

Combining form

Green

5

Cyan

Combining form

Blue

6

Cyt/o

Combining form

Cell

7

Epitheli/o

Combining form

Epithelium

8

Erythr/o

Combining form

Red

9

Eti/o

Combining form

Cause (of disease)

10

Fibr/o

Combining form

Fiber

11

Gno/o

Combining form

Knowledge

12

Hist/o

Combining form

Tissue

13

iatr/p

Combining form

Physician, medicine (also treatment)

14

Kary/o

Combining form

Nucleus

15

Lei/o

Combining form

Smooth

16

Leuk/o

Combing form

White

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Lip/o

Combining form

Fat

18

Melan/o

Combining form

Black

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My/o

Combining form

Muscle

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Neur/o

Combining form

Nerve

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Onc/o

Combining form

Tumor, Mass.

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Organ/o

Combining form

Organ

23

Path/o

Combining form

Disease

24

Rhabd/o

Combining form

Rod-shaped, striated

25

Sarc/o

Combining form

Flesh, connective tissue

26

Somat/o

Combining form

Body

27

System/o

Combining form

System

28

Viscer/o

Combining form

Internal organs

29

Xanth/o

Combining form

Yellow

30

Dia-

Prefix

Through, complete

31

Dys-

Prefix

Painful, abnormal, difficult, labored

32

Hyper-

Prefix

Above, excessive

33

Meta-

Prefix

After, beyond, change

34

Neo-

Prefix

New

35

Pro-

Prefix

Before

36

-al

Suffix

Pertaining to

37

-cyte

Suffix

Cell

38

-gen

Suffix

Substance or agent that produces or causes

39

-genic

Suffix

Producing, originating, causing

40

-ic

Suffix

Pertaining to

41

-logist

Suffix

One who studies and treats (specialist, physician)

42

-logy

Suffix

Study of

43

-oid

Suffix

Resembling

44

-oma

Suffix

Tumor, swelling

45

-osis

Suffix

Abnormal condition (means increase when used with. Blood cell roots)

46

-ous

Suffix

Pertaining to

47

-pathy

Suffix

Disease

48

-plasia

Suffix

Condition of formation, development, growth

49

-plasm

Suffix

Growth, substance, formation

50

-sarcoma

Suffix

Malignant tumor

51

-sis

Suffix

State of

52

-stasis

Control, stop, standing

Control, stop, standing

53

-al, -ic, -ous

Pertaining to

54

Hypo-

Prefix

Below, incomplete, deficient

55

Chrom/o

Combining form

Color


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