Cardio and Resp - Cardiovascular Terminology Exercise Using word parts from this table create terms that have the meanings listed below Word parts

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Cardiovascular Terminology Exercise Using word parts from this table create terms that have the meanings listed below. Word parts may be used more than once (or not used at all). Prefixes Combining forms suffixes brady- micro- peri- tachy- angi/o aort/o rteri/o atri/o cardi/o electr/o end/o hem/o hemat/o lith/o lymph/o micr/o phleb/o thromb/o ventricul/o -al -ar -cyte -ectomy -gram -ia -ic -itis -logy -malacia -megaly -oid -oma -pathy -phagia -plasty -rrhaphy -rrhexis -stenosis -tomy 1. Condition of a rapid heart beat 2. The study of blood
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A tumor composed of blood vessels 4. A record of the electrical activity of the heart 5. An enlarged heart 6. Surgical excision of a clot 7. Surgical repair of a vessel 8. Pertaining to the aorta 9. Condition of a small heart 10. Condition of a slow heart beat Respiratory Terminology Exercise Using word parts from this table create terms that have the meanings listed below. Terms may be used more than once (or not use at all). Prefixes
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course NURSING 105 taught by Professor Copeland during the Winter '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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Cardio and Resp - Cardiovascular Terminology Exercise Using word parts from this table create terms that have the meanings listed below Word parts

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