Lesson 1-8 - 1. Cardi/o 1. Cyt/o 1. Ect/o, Ex/o, Extra- 1....

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1. Cardi/o 1. Cyt/o 1. Ect/o, Ex/o, Extra- 1. End/o, Ent/o 1. Enter/o 1. Epi- 1. Gastr/o 1. Hepat/o 1. Heter/o 1. Hist/o, Histi/o 1. Hom/o, Home/o 1. Macr/o 1. Micr/o 1. Ossi-, Oste/o 1. Path/o, -pathy
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Ect/o, ex/o, extra- Without, outside Examples: Ectoplasm – the outer layer of cytoplasm  of                       a cell Excision – the act of cutting out; removal  Cyt/o, -cyte Cell Examples: Cytology – the science which deals with  the                    structure and function of cells Osteocyte – a bone cell Cardi/o Heart Example: Cardiac – pertaining to the heart Epi- On, upon Example: Epigastric – pertaining to the region over                     the pit of the stomach; the                     upper-middle region of the                     abdomen Enter/o Intestine Example: Enteric – pertaining to the intestine End/o, ent/o Within, inner Examples: Endocarditis – inflammation of the                          endocardium (inner lining  of                          the heart) Heter/o Other, different Example: Heterochromia – a difference in coloration                              in two structures or parts                              of the same structure                              which are normally alike  Hepat/o Liver Example: Hepatotoxic – relating to an agent that                         damages the liver; or                          pertaining to such an action Gastr/o Stomach Example: Gastroenteritis – inflammation of both the                             stomach and intestines Macr/o Large Example: Macroscopic – large enough to be seen  with                          the naked eye Hom/o, home/o Like, similar Examples: Homogeneous – of uniform structure or                             composition throughout Homeostasis – the state of equilibrium in     the body with respect to various  Hist/o, histi/o Tissue Example: Histology – the study of the microscopic                     anatomy of cells, tissues, and                     organs Path/o, -pathy Disease Example: Neuropathy – any disease of the nervous                         System Ossi-, oste/o Bone Examples: Ossicle – a small bone Osteogenesis – the formation of bone Micr/o Small Example: Microcyte – an unusually small (5μm or  less)                     red blood cell; also called a 
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course PHI 101 taught by Professor Tranel during the Spring '08 term at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.

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