Unit 6 Essay

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Unit 6 Assignment Brittani Stokes Kaplan University HS111-6 (section #) Medical Terminology Professor Rose September 11, 2014 Section 1: Enter the prefix for the provided definition. You must also correctly place the hyphen in order to receive full credit. | Definition | Prefix | 1. through, complete | Dia- | 2. above, excessive | Hyper- | 3. fast, rapid | Tachy- | 4. all, total | Pan- | 5. within | Intra- | 6. new | Neo- | 7. many, much | Poly- | 8. through | Per- | 9. beside, beyond, around, abnormal | Para- | 10. after, beyond, change | Meta- | Section 2: Enter the combining form for the provided definition. You must also correctly place the slash form in order to receive full credit. | Definition for Body Part, Structure, or Condition | Combining Form | 1. Combining form for disease | Path/o | 2. Combining form for fat | Lip/o | 3. Combining form for belly (front) | Vetr/o | 4. Combining form for dry | Xer/o | 5. Combining form for oxygen | Orth/o | 6. Combining form for blood | Hem/o | 7. Combining form for water | Hydr/o | 8. Combining form for kidney | Nephr/o | 9. Combining form for vessel, duct | Vas/o | 10. Combining form for male | Andr/o | Section 3: Enter the suffix for the provided definition. You must also correctly place the hyphen in order to receive full credit. | Definition | Suffix | 1. State of | -sis | 2. Toward | -ad | 3. Malignant tumor | -sarcoma | 4. Cut into or incision | -tomy | 5. Urine, urination | -uria | 6. Eating or swallowing | -phagia | 7. Pain | -algia | 8. Nourishment, development | -trophy | 9. Surgical crushing | -tripsy | 10. Tumor, swelling | -oma | * The report above contains ten medical terminology errors, common spelling

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