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1 Chapter 2 suffix Outline: condition suffix specialty suffix surgical suffix diagnostic suffix disease suffix Adjective suffix Introduction about suffix suffix are always at the word ending When added to the word root it changes the meaning Suffix can mean a condition, procedure, surgery, treatment. 1) Condition suffix : ia/ism/sis/y condition or status Suffix Example Meaning -ia Phobia/anemia Fear of / less blood -ism Parasitisim Parasite condition -sis Acidosis Acid condition -y Tetany Condition of tetanus Examples : -ia-----state or condition often abnormal uria = urine condition uri =urine ia = condition of splenia = spleen condition hematuria = condition of blood in the urine hemat = blood uri= urine ia = condition of Tachycardia = condition of increased heart beat

2 tachy = increased beat ---prefix cardi= heart word root ia = condition of suffix -ism= state or condition Thyroidism = thyroid condition thyroid + ism rheumatism = condition of joint stiffness sis = condition of usually abnormal thrombosis =abnormal condition of platelets acidosis = condition of acid Identify the suffix in each of the following? And try to know the meaning cardia ia condition of the heart hemia ia condition of the blood acidosis -----sis------condition of acid stenosis sis -----condition of becoming small pychosis ----sis----condition of mental illness neurosis ---- sis---condition of nerves halitosis ---sis---condition of bad smell spermatogenesis sis---- condition of sperm formation Suffix 2. Medical specialties : ian /iatrics /iatry / ics /ist /logy Suffix Example -iatrics (medical specialty) Pediatrics / geriatrics -iatry(medical specialty) Podiatry-study of foot -ics(medical specialty) orthopedics --ist (specialist in the field of study Urologist --ian ( specialist in the field of study ) Pediatrician. obstetrician --logy ( field of study ) Nephrology Examples cardi cardiology = study of heart cardiologist = heart specialist nephr nephrology =study of kidneys nephrologist = kidney specialist

3 Hepat hepatology =study of liver hepatologist = specialist of liver ortho orthopedics study of musculoskeletal orthopedist Psych : psychiatrics/psychiatry study of mental illness psychiatrist mental specialist illness Hint if the end of the word is Y ist pathology ---- pathologist hematology --- hematologist urology ---- urologist if the end of the word is ics ist or ician pediatrics --- pediatrician /pediatrist orthodontics ---orthodontist/ orthodontician quiz obstetrics obstetrician gynecology gynecologist ophthalmology ophthalmologist immunology immunologist radiologist radiologist oncologist oncologist geriatrician geriatrics 3-Surgical suffix Centesis/stomy/ tomy/ectomy/plexy/tripsy ---Centesis puncture ( needle,syring ) ---stomy ---tomy ---ectomy form of opening incision excision or removal

4 -- centesis abdominocentesis = to puncture the abdomen Thoracocentesis =to puncture the abdomen Arthrocentesis = to puncture a joint --stomy gastrostomy = to form opening in the stomach ileostomy = to form opening in the ileum colonostomy = to form opening in the colon nephrostomy = to make opening in the kindey --tomy laparotomy = make incision in the abdomen thoracotomy = to make incision in the chest ---ectomy splenectomy = to remove the spleen mamectomy = to remove the breast nephrectomy = to remove kindey hepatectomy = to remove liver hysterectomy = to remove the uterus --tripsy to crush lithiotripsy = lithi stone tripsy ---- crushing -plasty surgical repair osteoplasty repair of bone angioplasty repair of blood vessel

5 4-Diagnostic suffix Suffix Meaning Meaning --gram Record /write Cytogram-record cell activity --graphy/graph Process of recording Cardiography-recording heart activity Meter/metry Measuring Pelvimetry measuring pelvic meter Scope/scopy Visual examination to look Gastroscopy stomach visual examination 5-Disease suffix algia / dynia -----pain neuralgia --- nerve pain otodynia/otolgia --- ear pain arthalgia --- bone pain myalgia --- muscle pain gastralgia stomach pain cele..hernia hyrdocele ---water hernia mycele---muscle hernia emia ----blood condition acidemia condition o acid in the blood bacteremia --- condition of bacteria in blood lipidemia ---lipid in the blood calcemia calcium in the blood

6 -itis inflammation Gastritis inflammation of stomach Nephritis- inflammation of kidney Hepatitis inflammation of liver megaly ---Enlargement cardiomegaly Enlargement of heart hepatomegaly Enlargement of liver cytomegaly --- Enlargement of cell --oma : tumor/mass Gastroma : gastric mass Lipoma : lipid mass Hapatoma : liver mass --pathy and phobia Pathy --- disease osteopathy bone disease cardiopathy heart disease arthropathy ---joint disease. phobia --- fear of photophobia fear from light hydrophobia fear from water

7 Suffix 3 pertaining to or resembling ac Cardiac Pertaining to the heart al Skeletal Dental Pertaining to bone / teeth / doudenum ary Saliva /Urinary Pertaining to saliva / uri ar Muscular Pertaining to muscles ic Form Hepatic Gastric Muciform Uniform Pertaining to liver / stomach Like mucus Same shape ical Anatomical Pathological Pertaining to anatomy/pathology ile Febrile Pertaining to fever Oid Ory /ous Quiz Toxoid Mucoid Respiratory Venous Like toxin Like mucus Pertaining to respiration / vein identify the suffix. salivary ---- ary --- pertaining to pelvic region----- ic ---- pertaining to neurotic pain ic ---- pertaining to

8 cardiac pain ic ---- pertaining to ovoid shape --- oid --- resembles fibrous ---ous --- pertaining to

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