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By John_Mitchell_WV | Last updated: Nov 23, 2017
| Total Attempts: 33
Welcome to Human Anatomy & Physiology Online Testing Program! This is set 28 of twenty-five of the most common prefixes, suffixes, and word roots used in life sciences. I wish you best in learning these terms to improve your knowledge of medical terminology. When you enter "fill-in" answers, please use lower case letters.
Questions and Answers
What does "-chroia" mean?
What is a -stenosis mean ?
Ailment mean an affinity for.
_____ means "joint".
What is the correct meaning of "cirrho"?
What is the correct meaning of "cysto"?
The prefix "eleo" means nourish.
What is the correct meaning of "flavo"?
Granulo means granules.
The prefix "ile" means intestines.
What is the basic meaning for the prefix "latero"?
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