Chapter 7

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amphi-
ampho-
Prefix: both, on both sides
inter-
Prefix: between, among
circum-
Prefix: around
intra-
intro-
Prefix: within
extra-
extro-
Prefix: outside, beyond
infra-
Prefix: below
dis-
Prefix: apart
stomat-
stom-
Base Form (n): mouth
or-
Base Form (n): mouth
cheil-
chil-
Base Form (n): lip
labi-
Base Form (n): lip
gloss-
Base Form (n): tongue
lingu-
Base Form (n): tongue
esophag-
Base Form (n): esophagus
gastr-
Base Form (n): stomach
pylor-
Base Form (n): pylorus
hepat-
Base Form (n): liver
pancreat-
Base Form (n): pancreas
chol(e)-
chol-
Base Form (n): bile
cyst-
Base Form (n): bladder, sac
cholecyst-
Base Form (n): gallbladder
doch-
Base Form (n): duct
choledoch-
Base Form (n): (common) bile duct
enter-
Base Form (n): small intestine
duoden-
Base Form (n): duodenum
jejun-
Base Form (n): jejunum
ile-
Base Form (n): ileum
col-
colon-
Base Form (n): colon, large intestine
append-
appendic-
Base Form (n): appendix
cec-
Base Form (n): cecum
typhl-
Base Form (n): cecum
sigmoid-
Base Form (n): sigmoid feature
rect-
Base Form (n): rectum
proct-
Base Form (n): rectum and anus
an-
Base Form (n): anus
abdomin-
Base Form (n): abdomen
celi-
Base Form (n): abdominal cavity
lapar-
Base Form (n): abdominal wall
peritone-
periton-
Base Form (n): peritoneum
oment-
Base Form (n): omentum
splanchn-
Base Form (n): abdominal organs
viscer-
Base Form (n): abdominal organs
copr-
Base Form (n): feces
fec-
fecal-
Base Form (n): feces
-emesis
(eme/sis)
Termination (n): vomiting
-emphraxis
(em/phrax/is)
Termination (n): obstruction
-iasis
(is/sis)
Termination (n): presence of, infestation
-pepsia
(peps/ia)
Termination (n): digestion
-stalsis
(stal/sis)
-stole
(stol/e)
Termination (n): contraction
-stomy
(stom/y)
Termination (n): creation of a (new) opening

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