Michelle Shared "Medical terms" - 146 Picmonics

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Medical terms

Cata-
Meaning
Down or Downward
20 secs
Hypsi-
Meaning
High
34 secs
-centesis
Meaning
Puncture of a Cavity
30 secs
-pexy
Meaning
Fixation
43 secs
-rrhaphy
Meaning
Suture
23 secs
-stomy
Meaning
Surgical Opening
38 secs
-plasty
Meaning
Surgical Correction/repair
28 secs
Geni/o
Meaning
Chin
23 secs
Tom/o, -tome, -tomy or -toma
Meaning
Cut, Section, or Slice
36 secs
-algia
meaning
Pain
26 secs
-atresia
Meaning
Closure, or Occlusion
30 secs
-boulia or -bulia
Meaning
Will
23 secs
-ectasia, or -ectasis
Meaning
Stretching, Dilation, or Enlargement
27 secs
-rrhea
MEANING
Flow or Discharge
33 secs
-rrhexis
MEANING
Rupture
32 secs
Acr/o
meaning
Extremities (Hands and Feet)
1 min
Ambly/o
Meaning
Dim or Dull
22 secs
Atreto-
Meaning
Closed or Lacking An Opening
44 secs
Cera-
Meaning
Wax
37 secs
Coarct/o or Coarctat/o
Meaning
Narrow or Press Together
34 secs

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