|[ 1 ] Quick Introduction.
[ 2 ] Word Building Reference: This is a great reference to help strengthen your understanding of medical terminology. See how common medical terms are created using the various prefixes, suffixes, and root words.
[ 4 ] Medical Terminology Exams Twenty new exams were created to test your knowledge of medical terminology.
[ 5 ] Medical Terms – Prefixes, roots, suffixes (see links below)
Alphabetical Listing of Med Terms – Prefixes, roots, suffixes
|Prefix: A prefix is placed at the beginning of a word to modify or change its meaning. Pre means “before.” Prefixes may also indicate a location, number, or time.
Root: central part of a word.
Suffix: The ending part of a word that modifies the meaning of the word. Example: cholecystitis. Root = ‘cholecyst/o’ -Definition: gallbladder and the suffix is ‘itis’ – Definition: inflammation. Translation: inflammation of the gallbladder.
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