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Question 13.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the medical term that means:pain in a muscle
Question 23.6 out of 3.6 pointsThe medical teamangioplastymeans:
Question 33.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the medical term that means:surgical removal of the tonsils
Question 43.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct suffix for the following description:treatment
Question 53.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for the following suffix:-malacia
Question 63.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect which word parts, when joined, will meaninstrument to view the eye.
Question 73.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect which word parts, when joined, will meanpertaining to through the liver.
Question 83.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect which word parts, when joined, will meanincision of a bone.
Question 93.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for suffix: -gram
Question 103.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for combining form:ped/o
Question 113.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for suffix:-scopy
Question 123.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct suffix to add to the combining form neur/o that would mean‘the study ofnerves.’
Question 133.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct suffix to add to the combining form necr/o that would mean‘pertaining todeath.’
Question 143.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct suffix to add to the combining form encephal/o that would mean‘a recordof activity in your brain.’
Question 153.6 out of 3.6 pointsIdentify the suffix within the medical term:amniocentesis
Question 163.6 out of 3.6 pointsIdentify the suffix within the medical term:abdominoplasty
Question 173.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for combining form:
SelectedAnswer:kidneyQuestion 183.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for suffix:-itis
Question 193.6 out of 3.6 pointsSelect the correct meaning for combining form:hepat/o

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Term
Fall
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Tags
Inflection, Lexeme, Proto Indo European root

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