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)/specializes in a substance (which does the action) of x. E, -is, -ism, -s, -y no predictable meaning/idklol. 2 or more elements that fxn together as 1 unit. Pain in(volving: derived suffixes denoting medical problems. > -is and -y : noun-endings, adding -es/is . Rrhagia x-o/rrhag/ia the rapid flowing of (something from) Lith x-o-cel/e the protrusion of (something from) x-o-lith a calculus in(volving) Asthenia x-a/sthen/ia the lack of strength of geny x-o-gen/y. Ostomy x-o/stom/y the making of an opening in. Either (cid:131) either diagnosis or therapy depending on context. Pexy x-o-pex/y the adhesion of the fixation of. Lysis x-o-lys/is the disintegration of the separation of the adhesions of. Ectome x-ec/tom/e an instrument for cutting out x. Gen x-o-stat something which stops x x-o-gen a substance which produces x. Path x-o-path one with a disease of x.

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