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/o/pharyng/o, epi/glott(id)/o, laryng/o, trach/e/o, bronch/o, bronch/i, pne/um(on)/o, pulm(on)/o, pleur/o, phren/o, dia/phragm(at)/o, medi/ast/in/o, spir/o, pne/o, pne/um(at)/o. 2. 14 nasal sine (cid:862)(cid:449)all(cid:863) (cid:862)(cid:272)a(cid:448)e(cid:863) (cid:862)th(cid:396)oat(cid:863) glottal laryngitis (cid:862)(cid:396)ough (cid:894)ai(cid:396) pipe(cid:895)(cid:863) bronchitis pneumonia pulmonary pleurisy frenzy (cid:862)a(cid:272)(cid:396)os-fe(cid:374)(cid:272)e(cid:863) median respiratory sneeze pneumatic: nominative plurals. Translation nose nose sinus septum antrum pharynx nasopharynx epiglottis larynx trachea bronchus lung; air lung pleura diaphragm diaphragm mediastinum breathing breathing air; lung. Singular form x-us (1. 82) x-us (1. 3 etc. ) x-a (1. 83) x-a (1. 3 etc. ) x-um (1. 84) x-on (1. 85) [various] (3. 2) (3. 32) (5. 15) x-um (1. 3 etc) x-s (2. 17) (3. 14) x-is. Latin form nas/us sinus sept/um antr/um pharynx nas/o/pharynx epi/glott/is larynx trach/e/a bronch/us pulmo pleur/a dia/phragma medi/ast/in/um. Singular muscul/us x-ic/us ven/a x-ic/a crani/um gangli/on os femur vas x-ic/um cervix phalanx neur/os/is pes cartilago tendo. Plural muscul/i x-ic/i ven/ae x-ic/ae crani/a gangli/a oss/a femor/a vas/a x-ic/a cervic/es phalang/es neuros/es ped/es cartilagin/es tendin/es: x-ia.

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