-ALGESIA The suffix –algesia from the Greek word algesis, means pain. It is used quite often in relationship with the nervous system. Some examples are analgesia and hyperalgesia.
-ALGESIA Analgesia is the lack of pain, another derivative is analgesic. Hyperalgesia is when Analgesic is a non someone has excessive narcotic pain reliever sensitivity to pain Can be treated with NSAID’s and glucocorticoids
-PHASIA The suffix –phasia from the Greek means to talk or speak. It is used in the medical field with speech impediments, or speech conditions. Some examples are: aphasia, dysphasia, and allophasia.
-PHASIA Aphasia means complete inability to communicate Dysphasia means impaired ability to communicate They are often used with the same meaning, difficulty communicating due to an injury to the brain. Acute cases occur when a stroke or an accident affects the brain Progressive cases occur when a tumor or dementia is the cause of loss of speech.