CLA 3381

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ANTER-
front, in fron
BRACHI-
(upper) arm
-CID, -CIS-
cut, kill
-CIP-, -CEPT-
take
CRESC-, -CRET-
(being to) grow
DIGIT-
finger, toe
DUC-, DUCT-
lead, bring, conduct
FAC-, -FIC-, -FECT
make
FACI-, -FICI-, FACIES
face, appearance, surface
FEBR-, FEBRIS
fever
FER-, LAT-
carry, bear
FLECT-, FLEX-
bend
FUNG-
fungus
FUS-
pour
GENIT-
bring forth, give birth
GER-, GEST-
carry, bear
IMMUN(I)-
safe, protected
INFERIOR-
below
LAB-, LAPS-
slide, slip
LATER-
side
OR-, OS
mouth, opening
OSS-
bone
PEDICUL-
louse
POSTER-, -POSTERIOR
behind, in back
SECT-
cut
SOMN-
sleep
STABIL-, STABL-
stable, fixed
SUPERIOR-
above
TUM(E)-
be swollen
AMYL-
starch
ANGIN-
chocking pain, angina pectoris (latin)
AORT-
aorta
ARCT(AT)-
compress (latin)
ATHER-
fatty deposit
ATRI-
atrium (latin)
BOL-
a throwing
CAPILL
capillary (latin)
CIRS-
dilated and twisted vein, varix
-CLUD-, -CLUS-
close (latin)
COR, CORD-
heart (latin)
CORON-
crown (latin)
CUSP, -CUSPID
point (latin)
DEXTR-
right (side) (latin)
-FORM
shape (latin)
GURGIT-, GURGITAT-
flood, flow (latin)
PECTOR-
breast, chest (latin)
PHLEB-
vein
PULM(ON)-
lung, pulmonary artery (latin)
RHYTHM-
heartbeat
SEPT-
wall, partition (latin)
SIN-, SINUS-
sinus (latin)
SINISTR-
left (latin)
SPHYGM-
pulse
STAL-, STOL-
send, contraction
TENS(I)-
stretch (latin)
THROMB-
blood clot
VAS-
vessel; vas deferens (latin)
TOP-
place
VAG-
the vagus nerve (latin)
VARIC-, VARIX
dilated and twisted vein, varix (latin)
VEN-
vein (latin)
VENTR-
belly, abdomen, abdominal cavity (latin)
ALVE-
hollow, cavity (latin)
AMYGDAL-
tonsil
ANTHRAX, ANTHRAC-
coal; anthrax
AUX-, -AUXE, -AUXIS
grow, increase
BACTER(I)
bacterium
BRONCH(I)-
bronchus
CAPN-
carbon dioxide
COCC-, -COCCUS
coccus (spherical bacterium type)
CONI-, KONI-
dust
LABI-
lip (latin)
LARYNX, LARYNG-
larynx
PARESIS
slackening of strength, paralysis
PHARYNX, PHARYNG-
pharynx
PHYS-
air, gas
PLEUR-
pleura
PNE-
breath
PNEUM(AT)-
air, gas
PNEUM(ON)-
lung
SIDER-
iron
SPIR(AT)-
breathe (latin)
STAPHYL-
[bunch of grapes] uvula, palate; staphylococci
STERN-
chest, breast, breastbone
STETH-
chest, breast
STREPT-
streptocci
SUD(OR)-
sweat, fluid (latin)
THORAX, THORAC-
chest cavity, pleural cavity, thorax
TRACH(E)-, TRACHY-
trachea
BILI-
bile (latin)
CARDI-
cardia (upper orifice of stomach)
CEC-
cecum (latin)
CLY(S)-
rinse out, inject fluid
COPR-
excrement, fecal matter
CREAT-
flesh
-DOCH-
duct
DUODEN-
duodenum (latin)
ESOPHAG-
esophagus
FEC-
excrement, fecal matter (latin)
GEUS(T)-
taste
GINGIV-
gum (of the mouth) (latin)
GLOSS-
tongue
ILE-
ileum (latin)
JEJUN-
jejunum
LIEN-
spleen (latin)
LINGU-
tongue (latin)
OSM-
sense of smell; odor
OSPHR-
sense of smell
PEPS-, PEPT-
digest
PROCT-
anus
PYLE-
portal vein
PYLOR-
pylorus
RECT-
rectum (latin)
SCAT-
excrement, fecal matter
SIAL-
saliva, salivary duct
SIGM-
sigmoid colon
SPHINCTER-
sphincter muscle
SPLANCHN-
internal organ, viscus
TYPHL-
cecum
ZYM-
ferment, enzyme, fermentation
BLEPHAR-
eyelid
CHOROID-
choroid
COR(E)-
pupil (of the eye)
CYCL-
circle; the ciliary body
DACRY-
tear; lacrimal sac or duct
HERPES, HERPET-
herpes, a creeping skin disease
IR(ID)-
iris
JUNCT-
join (latin)
KERAT-
cornea
LACRIM-
tear (latin)
MY-
close, shut
OCUL-
eye (latin)
OP(S)-
vision
OPHTHALM-
eye
OPT-
vision; eye
PHAC-, PHAK-
lens
RET-, RETIN-
retina; network, plexus (latin)
STIGM-, STIGMAT-
point, mark, spot
XER-
dry
AGOG-
leading, draw forth
ARCH-, -ARCHE
beginning, origin
CERVIC-, CERVIX
neck (of the uterus), cervix uteri (latin)
COLP-
vagina
CYE-
be pregnant
EURY(N)-
widen, dilate
GAL-, GALACT-
milk
-GN-, NAT-
be born (latin_
GONAD-
sex glands, sex organs
GRAVID-
pregnant (latin)
HYMEN-
membrane; hymen
HYSTER-
uterus
LACT-
milk (latin)
MAMM-
breast (latin)
METR-, -METRA
uterus
MAST-, MAZ-
breast
MEN-
menstruation
OOPHOR-
ovary
OVARI-
ovary (latin)
OV-
egg (latin)
PART-, -PARA
give birth (latin)
PELV-
pelvis (latin)
PUB-
pubic hair, pubic bone, pubic region, pubis (latin)
PUBER(T)-
puberty (latin)
SALPING-, -SALPINX
fallopian tube
SYRING-, -SYRINX
fistula, cavity, oviduct, sweat glands, syringe
THEL(E)-
nipple
TOC-
childbirth, labor
UTER-
womb, belly, uterus (latin)
VAGIN-
vagina (latin)
ACTIN-
radiation
-AGRA
(sudden) paint, gout
CORTIC-, CORTEX
outer layer (of an organ) (latin)
CRY(M)-
icy cold
GLYC-
sugar
INGUIN-
groin (latin)
-LAGNIA
abnormal sexual excitation or gratification
ORCHI(D)-, ORCH(E)-
testicle
PEN-
penis (latin)
PHALL-
penis
PYEL-
renal pelvis
RHABD-
rod
SCROT-
scrotum (latin)
SEM-, SEMIN-
seed, semen (latin)
SPERM(AT)-
seed, sperm, semen
UR-
urine, urinary tract, uric acid
URETER-
ureter
VESIC-
(urinary) bladder
ZO-
anirmal, organism

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