Gnoso knowledge autognosis autognosis is the

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GNOS/O- Knowledge Autognosis Autognosis is the recognition of one’s own character, tendencies, and peculiarities.
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HEREDIT/O- Genetic Inheritance Heriditary Hereditary is defined as being transmissible or transmitted from parent to offspring; genetically determined.
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IATR/O- Physician; medical treatment Iatralipsis Iatralipsis is a method of treatment involving anointing and rubbing.
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IDI/O- Unknown; individual Idiopathic Unlike symptomatic epilepsy, epilepsy is often an idiopathic disease because is arises from an unknown cause
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ILI/O- Ilium (hip bone) Iliopsoas The iliopsoas is the great flexor muscle of the hip joint, divisible into two parts, the iliac and great psoas; it is often regarded as distinct muscles.
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INFECT/O- Disease within Infection An infection is the invasion of bodily tissue by pathogenic microorganisms that proliferate, resulting in tissue injury that can progress to disease.
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INFER/O- Below Inferior The liver is inferior to the lungs.
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INTERN/O- Inside Internal A patient in the Emergency Room would need to be seen immediately if internal bleeding is suspected.
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LATER/O- Side Lateral The iliotobial band is on the lateral portion of the thigh.
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LUMB/O- Lower back Lumbar Many injuries are concentrated in the lumbar region of the lower back.
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MEDIC/O- Physician; medicine Medical A serious medical condition would require an examination and possible treatment.
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MEDI/O- Middle Median The median is situated in the median plane or in the midline of a body or structure.
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PALLIAT/O- Reduce the severity of Palliative Palliative care is specialized medical care for people with a serious illness to give relief.
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PATH/O- Disease Pathogen A pathogen is a tiny organism that brings about a disease.
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