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P medical prefixes and suffixes alan moelleken md
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Various medical terms focused on prefixes and suffixes for medical terms. Source is wikipedia, useful to master all medical terms from all sources to be masterful in all areas of medicine from …

Various medical terms focused on prefixes and suffixes for medical terms. Source is wikipedia, useful to master all medical terms from all sources to be masterful in all areas of medicine from practice to law, legal, expert witness for jury, trials, antitrust suits and all other areas.

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  • 1. Dr. Alan Moelleken MD is a member of a variety of academic and scientific organizations, such as the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), the North American Spine Society (NASS), and the American Medical Association (AMA). He maintains his cutting-edge knowledge and expertise as a spine surgeon by regularly attending national and international spine conferences and by constantly familiarizing himself with the latest research in the fields of orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery, especially as it pertains to disorders of the spine. Spine and Orthopedic Center, Cottage Hospital Goleta Hospital and other California hospitals. Doctor Alan Moelleken, MD Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara P Prefix/suffi x pachypalpebrpan-, pant(o)- pauci- alongside of, abnormal slight paralysis small disease Denotes (with a negative sense) a disease, or disorder Few Origin language and etymology Greek πασύρ Latin (palpebra), eyelid Ancient Greek πᾶ ρ, παν(pas, pan-), all, every Latin (papilla), nipple; diminutive of papula (see below) Latin (papula), pimple, pustle; a small elevation or swelling in the skin Ancient Greek παπά (para) Greek πάπεζιρ Latin parvus Greek πάθορ Ancient Greek πάθορ (pathos), suffering, accident Latin paucus thick Of or pertaining to the eyelid [uncommon as a root] Denoting something as 'complete' or containing 'everything' papill- Of or pertaining to the nipple (of the chest/breast) papul(o)- Indicates papulosity, a small elevation or swelling in the skin, a pimple, swelling pector- breast Latin pectus para-paresis parvopath(o)-pathy Meaning Example(s) pachyderma Palpebra panophobia, panopticon papillitis Papulation paracyesis hemiparesis Parvovirus Pathology sociopathy, neuropathy Pauci-immune pectoralgia, pectoriloquy,
  • 2. pectorophony ped-, -ped, -pes ped-, pedopelv(i)-, pelv(o)-penia peo- Of or pertaining to the foot; -footed Latin pēs, pēd-, foot Pedoscope Of or pertaining to the child Ancient Greek παιδόρ, child pediatrics. pedophilia hip bone Latin Pelvis deficiency Of or pertaining to the penis osteopenia Peotomy -pexy through Denoting something with a position 'surrounding' or 'around' another fixation Greek πενία Greek πέορ (peos) Ancient Greek πεπηόρ (peptós) cooked, digested < πέζζυ (péssō) I boil, cook; digest Latin Ancient Greek πεπί (peri), around Greek πῆ ξιρ phaco- lens-shaped Greek θακόρ -phage, phagia Forms terms denoting conditions relating to eating or ingestion -phago- eating, devouring Forms nouns that denote a person who 'feeds on' the first element or part of the word Forms nouns that denotes 'feeding on' the first -pepsia perperi- phagist-: -phagy Denotes something relating to digestion, or the digestive tract. Ancient Greek θαγία (phagía) eating < θαγεῖ ν (phagein) to eat Greek -θάγορ Ancient Greek θαγιζηήρ (phagistēs) eater; see -phagia Ancient Greek θαγία (phagia) Dyspepsia Periodontal Nephropexy phacolysis, phacometer, phacoscotoma Sarcophagia phagocyte Lotophagi hematophagy
  • 3. -phil(ia) attraction for phleb(o)- Of or pertaining to the (blood) veins, a vein -phobia exaggerated fear, sensitivity eating; see -phagia Greek θαλλόρ (phallos) Greek θάπμακον Ancient Greek θάπςγξ, θαπςγγ- (phárynx, pháryng-), throat, windpipe; chasm Greek θιλία Ancient Greek θλέτ, θλεβ(phleps, phlebo-), bloodvessel, vein Greek θόβορ phon(o)- sound Greek θυνή phos- Of or pertaining to light or its chemical properties, now historic and used rarely. See the common root phot(o)- below. Ancient Greek θῶρ, θυη(phōs, phōt-), light Phosphene phot(o)- Of or pertaining to light Ancient Greek θῶρ, θυη(phōs, phōt-), light Photopathy phallopharmaco- element or part of the word phallus drug, medication pharyng(o) Of or pertaining to the pharynx, the upper throat cavity phren(i)-, phren(o)-, phrenico phytpiri-plasia -plasty -plegia pleio- the mind Greek θπήν, θπεν- to grow Pear formation, development surgical repair, reconstruction paralysis more, excessive, multiple Latin pirum, pear Greek πλάζιρ Greek πλαζηόρ Greek πληγή Greek pleion Aphallia pharmacology Pharyngitis, Pharyngoscopy Hemophilia Phlebography, Phlebotomy arachnophobia phonograph, symphony Phrenic nerve, schizophrenia, diaphragm hydrophyte Piriformis muscle Achondroplasia rhinoplasty paraplegia pleiomorphism
  • 4. pleur(o)-, pleur(a) Of or pertaining to the ribs -plexy stroke or seizure pneum(o)- Of or pertaining to the lungs pneumat(o air, lung )pod-, -podOf or pertaining to the foot, -footed , -pus -poiesis production Latin (pleura) from Ancient Greek πλεςπόν (pleurón), rib, side of the body Greek πλῆ ξιρ Ancient Greek πνεύμυν, πνεςμον- (pneumōn, pneumon-), lung < πνεῦ μα (pneuma), wind, spirit Pleurogenous Cataplexy Pneumonocyte, Pneumonia Ancient Greek Ancient Greek πούρ, ποδ(poús, pod-), foot Podiatry hematopoiesis Ancient Greek πολιόρ (poliós), grey Ancient Greek πολςρ (polys), much, many polio- Denoting a grey color poly- Denotes a 'plurality' of something por(o)porphyr(o) - pore, porous Denotes a purple color Ancient Greek ποππύπα (porphýra), purple Porphyroblast post- Denotes something as 'after' or 'behind' another Latin (post), after, behind Postoperation, Postmortem pre- Denotes something as 'before' another (in [physical] position or time) presby(o)prim- old age Denotes something as 'first' or 'most-important' Medieval Latin (pre-) < (Classical) Latin (præ), before, in front of Greek Latin prīmus, first, most Poliomyelitis Polymyositis Premature birth Presbyopia Primary
  • 5. proct(o)prosop(o)- Denotes something as 'before' another (in [physical] position or time) anus, rectum face prot(o)- Denotes something as 'first' or 'most important' pseud(o)psych(e)-, psych(o) Denotes something false or fake pterygo- Pertaining to a wing psor- Itching -ptosis falling, drooping, downward placement, prolapse -ptysis important Ancient Greek ππο (pro), before, in front of (a spitting), spitting, hemoptysis, the spitting of blood derived from the lungs or bronchial tubes pro- pulmon-, pulmopyel(o)pyknopy(o)pyr(o)- Of or pertaining to the mind Of or relating to the lungs. pelvis to thicken (as the nucleus does in early stages of cell death) pus fever Greek (prosopon), face, mask Ancient Greek ππυηορ (prōtos), first; principal, most important Ancient Greek Ancient Greek τςσή (psyché), breath, life, soul Greek Procephalic proctology Prosopagnosia Protoneuron Pseudoephedrine Psychology, psychiatry Lateral pterygoid plate Psoriasis Apoptosis, nephroptosis hemoptysis Latin (pulmo, pulmōn-, usually used in plural), a lung Ancient Greek (pyelos) Greek πςκνυνυ, to thicken/condense Greek πύον Greek πῦ π, πςπεηόρ pulmonary Pyelonephritis Pyknosis Pyometra Antipyretic
  • 6. Dr. Alan Moelleken MD, Public Library Resource Library Alan_Moelleken,MD_Biography Alan Moelleken, MD Curriculum Vitae Back Pain defined - Spine and Orthopedic Center Santa Barbara CA Carpal tunnel syndrome defined - Spinal and Orthpedic Center Chronic pain - Dr Alan Moelleken Spine and Orthopedic Center Neck Pain Dr Allen Moelleken Spine and Orthopedic Center
  • 7. Sciatica Dr Alen Molleken Spine and Othorpedic Center Spondylolisthesis Dr Moelleken Spine Ortho Center Spine and Orthopedic resources, doctors and support websites. The Planet Generation Alan Moelleken MD Blog Planet Generation webpage Flickr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Docstoc Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Photobucket Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Google Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Yahoo Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Slideshare Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Pinterest Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Twitter Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Price at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Burgoyne at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Jacques at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Pires at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Kenly at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Lecheminant at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Bordas at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center Dr Malkani at Dr Alan Moelleken MD Santa Barbara Spine Center WEBPAGES WITH MEDICAL TERMS Law, Medical, Anti-trust, Expert Witness, Lawsuits, Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, Medical Legal Terms Spine Orthopedic Center: Alan Moelleken MD Bio – Dr Alan Moelleken Resume – Back Pain – Carpal tunnel syndrome – Chronic pain – Neck Pain – Spine and Orthopedic Medical Staff – Sciatic – Spinal Cord Development – Spinal Cord Motor organization – Spinal Cord Segments – Spinal Cord Somatosensory Organization – Spinal Cord – Spinal Cord Injury – Spinal Cord Spinocerebellar Tracts –Spondylolisthesis Spine Cord
  • 8. Alan Moelleken MD – Spine and Orthopedic Center – Santa Barbara, CA

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