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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2MT3Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-13: Sclera, Retina, Cytostasis

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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Noun, Haematin, Craniometry

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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Parietal Bone, Temporal Bone, Frontal Bone

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More terminations: combining forms, bones of the head. Combining form: front/o, pariet/o, oc/cipit/o, atl(ant)/o, tempor/o, mast(oid)/o, styl/o, styl/o
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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Xiphoid Process, Gonad, Carpal Bones

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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gerund, Xine, Adrenal Gland

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Chapter 1 terminations notes: combining forms. Three types of word terminations are regularly used: Inflectional endings ex. child"s, child-ren, child-
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2MT3Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes -Xist (Gene), Insomnia, Classical Compound

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2MT3Stephen RussellFall

CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Muscular Dystrophy, Tonsil, Spasm

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Cannot be divided into smaller meaningful parts. Indicate whether word is a noun ( childhood ), an adjective ( childish ), or a verb: does not conform
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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 – Circulatory & Lymphatic Systems

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Combining form: lymph/o, lymphat/o, lymph/angi/o, lymph/aden/o, splen/o, lien/o. Example limpid angi/o aden/o splenetic (cid:862)(cid:373)ilt(cid:863:
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2MT3Stephen RussellWinter

CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Umbilical Cord, Umbel, Classical Compound

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Chapter 2 combining forms used to describe external anatomy: combining forms. Translation man body skin epidermis cell a cell of x joint extremities li
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 2MT3Stephen RussellWinter

CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter 6: Chapter 6 - Respiratory System

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Plurals & diminutives: combining forms, respiratory system. Combining form: rhin/o, nas/o, sin(us)/o, sept/o, antr/o, pharyng/o, nas/o/pharyng/o, rhin/
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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Weakness, Epididymis

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Can"t stand alone as words and can"t be divided into smaller, meaningful parts. Oideum an abnormal condition involving one who (does the action of)/spe
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CLASSICS 2MT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cementum, Periodontium, Dentin

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Combining form: gnath/o, max/ill/o, mand/i/bul/o, geni/o, ment/o, stom(at)/o, or/o, cheil/o, labi/o, bucc/o, gloss/o, lingu/o, palat/o, uran(isc)/o, st
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