Common Medical Prefixes and Suffixes

Enter the prefix or suffix into the highlighted box. example: tri- a prefix meaning there are three of something
Only put the prefix or suffix
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Last updated: September 9, 2017
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Water
Hydro
Fingers/ Toes
Dactyl
Muscle
Myo
Stomach
Gastr
Near, Beside
Para
Nerve
Neur
Cancer
Onco
Neck
Cerv
Origin
Genesis
Joint
Arthr
Cell
Cyt
Heart
Card
Skin
Derm
Liver
Hepat
Arm
Brachi
Hint
Answer
Vessel
Vas
Below
Hypo
Within
Endo
Dilation
Diastol
Out of
Exo
Slow
Brachy
Above
Hyper
Blood
Hema
Inflammation of
Itis
To cut/ Cutting
Tomy
Rapid
Tachy
Contraction
Systol
To be produced
Gen
Without
A
Study of
Logy
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Level 23
Nov 4, 2017
Rapid is "tachy", and slow is "brady".
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Level 28
May 27, 2020
Heart is actually cardio- not card