Name The Term

Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the abdomen.

abdomin/o/centesis

Development without cartilage.

a/chondr/o/plasia

Enlargement of the extremities.

acr/o/megaly

Fear of heights. Fear of top, extreme point.

acr/o/phobia

Resembling glands. Small masses of lymphatic tissue of the pharynx (throat) near the nose and nasal passage.

aden/oids

Pertaining to fat.

adip/ose

Fear of marketplace

agora/o/phobia

Surgical puncture to remove fluid from amnion sac surrounding the embryo in the uterus.

amni/o/centesis

Condition of reduction in the number of erythrocytes or in the amount of hemoglobin in the circulating blood.

an/emia

Formation of blood vessels.

angi/o/gensis

Small artery.

arteri/ole

Process of recording the blood vessels.

angi/o/graphy

Surgical repair of a vessel.

angi/o/plasty

Hardening of the arteries.

arteri/o/sclercosis

Pain in joint.

arthr/algia

Development without.

a/trophy

Pertaining to the armpit.

axill/ary

To view life.

bi/opsy

Drooping eyelids.

blephar/o/ptosis

Inflammation of the bronchial tubes.

bronch/it is

Condition of producing, forming cancer.

carcin/o/genesis

Pertaining to producing cancer.

carcin/o/genic

Pertaining to the heart.

cardi/ac

Disease condition of the heart muscle.

cardi/o/my/o/pathy

Treatment using drugs or chemicals.

chem/o/therapy

Softening of the cartilage.

chondr/o/malacia

Pertaining to occurring over a long period of time.

chron/ic

Opening to form a mouth at the colon.

col/o/stomy

Hernia in the urinary bladder.

cyst/o/cele

Record of electricity in the brain.

electr/o/encephal/o/gram

Instrument for recording the electricity in the brain.

electr/o/encephal/o/graph

Process of recording the electricity in the brain.

electr/o/encephal/o/graphy

Red blood cells.

erythr/o/cyte

Deficiency of red blood cells.

erythr/o/penia

Structure within esophagus.

eso/phag/us

Mass or collecttion of blood.

hemat/oma

Destruction of blood (breakdown of red blood cells with release of hemoglobin.

hem/o/lysis

Stoppling blood.

hem/o/stasis

Abnormal condition of fluid build up in the kidney.

hydr/o/nephr/osis

Treatment using water.

hydr/o/therapy

Development of increase.

hyper/trophy

Pertaining to the groin.

inguin/al

Hold back blood from part of the body.

isch/emia

Instrument for visually examining the abdomen.

lapar/o/scope

Process of visual examination the abdomen.

lapar/o/scopy

Incision through the abdominal wall.

lapar/o/tomy

Pertaining to larynx or voice box.

laryng/eal

Removal of the larynx or the voice box.

laryng/ectomy

Blood condition of white.

leuk/emia

Cell white.

leuk/o/cyte

Condition of slight increase in normal white blood cells.

leuk/o/cyt/osis

X-ray record of the breast.

mamm/o/gram

Removal of breast.

mast/ectomy

Controlling beyond.

meta/stasis

Study of shape or form.

morph/o/logy

Resembling mucus.

muc/oid

Membrane pertaining to mucus.

muc/ous membrane

Substance of mucus.

muc/us

Multiple tumors of the bone marrow.

multiple myel/oma

Pain in muscle.

my/algia

X-ray record of the spinal cord.

myel/o/gram

Tumor of muscle.

my/oma

Tumor of muscle and flesh.

my/o/sarc/oma

To view death.

necr/opsy

Condition of death cells.

necr/osis

Pertaining to death of cells.

necr/o/tic

Specialist in kidney study.

nephr/o/log/ist

Condition of kidney disease.

nephr/o/path/y

Pain in nerve.

neur/algia

Deficiency of neutrophil, while blood cells.

neutr/o/penia

Study of the eyes.

ophthalm/o/logy

Pertaining to or produced by bone.

oste/o/genic

Softening of the bone.

oste/o/malacia

Pain in ear.

ot/algia

Condition of producing, forming disease.

path/o/genesis

Pertaining to disease study.

path/o/log/ic

Structure surrounding the heart.

peri/card/ium

Membrane surrounding the heart.

peri/card/ium

Pertaining to the peritoneum.

pertione/al

Incision of a vein, for the removal of blood.

phleb/o/tomy

Pertaining to the pleura (membrane surrounding lungs and adjacent to chest wall).

pleur/al

Pain in the pleura.

pleur/o/dynia

Condition of the lungs.

pneumon/ia

Pertaining to the lungs.

pulmon/ary

One who x-rays. A technologist who assist in the making of diagnostic x-ray pictures.

radi/o/grapher

Treatment using radiation.

radi/o/therapy

Hernia in the rectum.

rect/o/cele

Enlargement of the spleen.

splen/o/megaly

Berry-shaped bacteria in clusters.

staphyl/o/cocci

Berry-shaped bacterium in twisted chains.

strept/o/coccus

Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the chest.

thora/centesis

Cell clot.

thromb/o/cyte

Deficiency to clotting cells.

thromb/o/cyt/o/penia

Inflammation of clot in vein.

thromb/o/phleb/it is

Pertaining to the tonsils.

tonsill/ar

Inflammation of the tonsils.

tonsill/it is

Opening to form a mouth at the trachea or windpipe.

trache/o/stomy

Incision of trachea or windpipe.

trache/o/tomy

A small vein.

ven/ule