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HIM1MTA Medical Terminology Normally Covering Surrounding La Trobe University

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HIM1MTA Medical Terminology Normally Covering Surrounding La Trobe University

Medical terminology HIM1MTA personal notes
Epi – Top
Endo – Within
Exo – External
Intra – Within
Inter – Between
Peri – Surrounding (Normally covering surrounding)
Iso – same / equal
Retro – back
Aetology – the study of cause and origin of (disease in this case)
Dys – abnormal, bad, difficult
Eu – good
– ema – conditon – emphysema
– sis – conditon
-osis– abnormal conditon
– ia, – ac, – al, – ar – pertaining to
– rrhage –- burstng of – haemorrhage
– rrhoea – excessive discharge of – diarrhoea
– rrhapy – surgical suturing
– centesis – surgical puncture for removal of fluid
– ectomy – surgical removal
– tomy – surgical cutng
– stomy – surgical opening
– Tome – surgical instrument
– plasty – surgical repairing
– pexy – fixaton, by putng in place
– scopy – medical examinatonWeek 2 Respiration and human body
Alve/o – alveolus, alveoli (plural)
– algia – pain
Angi/o – vessel
Bronch/o – bronchial
– capno – carbon dioxide
Cephalo, encephalo – head
Chondro – cartlage
Histo – Tissue
Karyo – Nucleus
Laryng/o – larynx
Pharyng/o – pharynx
Ortho – straight
Oesophagus
Oedema – an excess of watery fluid collectng in the cavites or tssues of the body
– Edema – swelling
– osmia – smell – anosmia – loss of sense of smell
– oxia – oxygen
Pleur/o – pleura
Pneumo – Lungs
Pulmonary – Lungs
– pnea, pneic – breathing
– pnoea – breathing – dyspnoea – difficulty breathing
-phreno- diaphragm
Trache/o – trachea
Thoracic
Pectoral
Aberrations
COPD – chronic obstructve pulmonary disease

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