MT Chp 4 Body Organization

  1. adip/o
    fat
  2. andr/o
    man
  3. anter/o
    toward the front
  4. bi/o
    life
  5. caud/o
    tail
  6. cyt/o
    cell
  7. dist/o
    away from the point of origin
  8. dors/o
    backward
  9. hist/o
    tissue
  10. hydr/o
    water
  11. infer/o
    below
  12. inguin/o
    grain
  13. kary/o
    cell's nucleus
  14. later/o
    side
  15. medi/o
    toward the middle
  16. organ/o
    organ
  17. path/o
    disease
  18. phen/o
    to show
  19. physi/o
    nature
  20. poster/o
    behind, toward the back, back
  21. proxim/o
    near the point of origin
  22. somat/o
    body
  23. ventr/o
    near or on the belly side of the body
  24. viscer/o
    body organs
  25. -ose
    pertaining to
  26. ana-
    up; apart
  27. -tomy
    incision
  28. -oid
    resemble
  29. chromo-
    color
  30. -some
    body
  31. fus
    to pour
  32. -ion
    process
  33. -ate
    use, action
  34. ecto-
    outside
  35. hist/o
    tissue
  36. homeo-
    similar; same
  37. -stasis
    control, stop, stand still
  38. horizont
    horizon
  39. inguin
    groin
  40. kary/o
    cell's nucleus
  41. later
    side
  42. meso-
    middle
  43. per-
    through
  44. fus
    to pour
  45. phen/o
    to show
  46. proto-
    first
  47. somat/o
    body
  48. system
    composite
  49. topic
    place
  50. viscer
    body organs
  51. vertex
    top of highest point; top or crown of head
  52. 5 medical uses for drugs
    a Diagnostic is used to Prevent and Replace a Curative w/ a Therapeutic.

    • 1. Diagnostic - radiology pinpoint
    • 2. Preventative - immunizing agent
    • 3. Replacement - hormones or vitamins
    • 4. Curative - antibiotics
    • 5. Therapeutic - treat disease or allergy
  53. adverse drug reaction (ADR)
    any noxious or unintended response to a drug which occurs at doses normally used in man
  54. adverse drug event (ADE)
    a medication error, adverse drug reaction, allergic reaction or overdose
Author
Alf
ID
354156
Card Set
MT Chp 4 Body Organization
Description
combining forms of the organization of the body
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