Type
Crossword
Description

What suffix means pain and suffering? algia
What prefix means bad, difficult or painful? dys
What suffix means the surgical removal? ectomy
What prefix means excessive or increased? hyper
What prefix means deficient or decreased? hypo
What suffix means inflammation? itis
What suffix means abnormal condition or disease? osis
What suffix means the surgical creation of an opening to the body surface? ostomy
What suffix means cutting or a surgical incision? otomy
What suffix means the surgical repair of? plasty
What suffix means bleeding (usually sudden/ severe)? rrhage
What suffix means the surgical suturing to close a wound? rrhaphy
What suffix means flow or discharge? rrhea
What suffix means rupture? rrhexis
What suffix means abnormal hardening? sclerosis
What suffix means tissue death? necrosis
What suffix means abnormal narrowing? stenosis
What suffix mean enlargement? megaly
What suffix means abnormal softening? malacia

Medical Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Pain algia
Abnormal Size marco
In to in
Increased hyper
Surgical removal ectomy
Toward ad
negative ab
Bad Dys
itis inflammation
rrhexis rupture
out of ex
ostomy surgical creation
rrhea discharge
Osis abnormal condition
right side dextr/o
plasty surgical repair
Abnormal size marco
Sclerosis abnormal hardening
rrhaphy surgical suturing
under sub
excessive super
black melan/o
sinistro left side
decreased hypo
erythro red
micro small
surgical incision otomy
eu normal
few oligo
before pre
rrhage abnormal discharge
large mego
after post
between inter
within intra
blue cyano
polio gray
white leuko
gland adeno
behind postero
fat adipo
disease patho
control stasis
inside endo

Chapter 2- Suffixes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

vomiting emesis
inflammation itis
tumor oma
surgical puncture centesis
pain (a) algia
pain (d) dynia
disease pathy
surgical fracture clasis
fixation of a bone or joint desis
excision ectomy
separate; loosening; destruction lysis
fixation of an organ pexy
surgical repair plasty
suture rrhaphy
forming an opening stomy
instrument to cut tome
incision tomy
crushing tripsy
record gram
instrument for recording graph
process of recording graphy
instrument for examining scope
visual examination scopy
hernia or swelling cele
dilation or expansion ectasis
blood condition emia
forming, producing, origen genesis
sofenting malacia
enlargment megaly
abnormal condition osis
decrease; deficiency penia
fear phobia
parlysis plegia
prolapse down ptosis
discharge of fluid rrhea
rupture rrhexis
abnormal condition of hardening sclerosis
involuntary contraction spasm
narrowing stenosis
poison toxic
medicine iatry
specialist ist
condition ia

Mod 1 MT Final Review (word parts) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bad, difficult, painful dys-
creation of an artifical opening to the body surface -ostomy
excessive; increased hyper-
enlargement -megaly
bleeding, bursting forth -rrhage
pain, suffering -algia
abnormal condition or disease -osis
abnormal softening -malacia
deficient, decreased hypo-
inflammation -itis
tissue death -necrosis
surgical incision -otomy
surgical repair -plasty
surgical suturing -rrhaphy
visual examination -scopy
abnormal narrowing -stenosis
abnormal hardening -sclerosis
flow or discharge -rrhea
front anter/o
gland aden/o
specialist -ologist
study of -ology
cell cyt/o
head cephal/o
lower part of body caud/o
out of exo-
within endo-
poster/o back
control -stasis
disease, suffering, emotion path/o
formation -plasia
tissue hist/o
aorta aort/o
artery arteri/o

Find the Medical terminology and write the meaning of the word Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

gastro
leukocytes
cyanosis
rrrhexis
rrhea
rrhaphy
rrhage
plasty
otomy
ostomy
osis
itis
hyper
sclerosis
ectomy
dys
-algia
combining form
wordpart
prefixes
Suffixes

MA 1010, Assignment 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

word root for "heart" cardi
word root for "head" cephal
suffix meaning "inflammation" itis
suffix meaning "surgical removal" ectomy
word root for "stomach" gastr
prefix meaning "difficult or painful" dys
prefix meaning "under or beneath" sub
connects word parts combining vowel
word root for "muscle" my
combining form for "Joint" arthro
plural of "apex" apices
singular of "phalanges" phalanx
suffix meaning "surgical fixation" pexy
word root for "eye" ophthalm
suffix meaning "abnormal condition" iasis
suffix meaning "pain" algia
suffix meaning "mass or tumor" oma
suffix meaning "fear" phobia
suffix meaning "poison" toxic
suffix meaning "surgically create an opening" ostomy
suffix meaning an "instrument for recording" graph
suffix meaning "treatment" therapy
one of the suffixes meaning "specialist" ician
in the word "adipose", the suffix is ose
in the word "uterine," the suffix is ine
means "hardening of an artery" arteriosclerosis
means "cut into the trachea" tracheotomy
prefix meaning "within or inner" endo
prefix meaning "between" inter
prefix meaning "after" post
prefix meaning "across" trans
prefix meaning "two" bi
prefix meaning "self" auto
prefix meaning "many" multi
word that means "first birth" primipara
word that means "slow heart" bradycardia
word that means "pertaining to one side" unilateral
word that means "condition of too much urine" polyuria
prefix meaning "normal or good" eu
word that means "pertaining to above the skin" epidermal

Medical Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

prefix meaning abnormal; difficult Dys
suffix meaning pain Algia
suffix meaning removal of Ectomy
suffix meaning condition, state, process Osis
suffix meaning softening Malacia
suffix meaning inflammation Itis
suffix meaning paralysis Plegia
suffix meaning surgical incision Otomy
suffix meaning surgical repair Plasty
suffix meaning surgical suturing Rrhaphy
suffix meaning visual examination Scopy
suffix meaning abnormal narrowing Stenosis
suffix meaning flow or discharge Rrhea
prefix meaning cell Cyto
prefix meaning in relation to the head Cephalo
prefix meaning disease, suffering and emotion Patho
prefix meaning cartilage Chondro
prefix meaning joint Arthro
prefix meaning vertebra, vertebrae Spondylo
prefix meaning bone Osteo
suffix meaning hernia, swelling Cele
suffix meaning rupture Rrhexis
prefix meaning muscle Myo
prefix meaning artery Arterio
prefix meaning heart Cardio
prefix meaning blood, relating to blood Hemato
prefix meaning veins Veno
suffix meaning production of Genesis
suffix meaning tumor, neoplasm Oma
suffix meaning process of recording Graphy

Chapter 1 Terms Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

-a
ab-
abdom/o
-ac
ad-
-ago
-al
-algia
angi/o
appendic/o
append/o
-ar
-ary
arteri/o
arthr/o
cardi/o
-centesis
col/o
crani/o
cyan/o
derma-
derm/o-
dermat/o-
dia-
-dynia
dys-
-e
-eal
-ectomy
enter/o
erythr/o
-esis
eu-
gastr/o
-gram
-graphy
hem/o
hepat/o
hyper-
hypo-
-ia
-ial
-iasis
-ic
-ical
-ine
-ion
-ism
inter-
intra-
-ior
-itis
laryng/o
leuk/o
lith/o
-malacia
-megaly
melan/o
myel/o
my/o
nat/i
-necrosis
neur/o
-ology
-ory
-osis
-ostomy
-otomy
ot/o
-ous
path/o
peri-
-plasty
poli/o
post-
pre-
pyel/o
py/o
pyr/o
rhin/o
-rrhage
-rraphy
-rrhea
-rrhexis
-sclerosis
-scopy
sub-
supra-
super-
-tic
tonsil/o
-um
-us
vir/o
-y

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Introduction to Medical Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Suffix that means "surgical repair" plasty
Suffix that means "visual examination" scopy
Suffix that means "swelling" edema
Suffix that means "paralysis" plegia
Suffix that means "narrowing" stenosis
Suffix that means "to break, surgical fracture" clasis
Combining form that means "bone" osteo
Suffix that means "forming an opening" Stomy
Suffix that means "abnormal condition" Iasis
Suffix meaning "disease" pathy
Prefix meaning "double" diplo
Prefix meaning "large" Macro
Prefix meaning "first" primi
Prefix meaning "after or behind" Post
Suffix meaning "inflammation" itis
Combining form meaning "stomach" gastro
Combining form meaning "joint" arthro
Suffix meaning "pain" algia

1.01 Medical Teeminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Anit Against
Aut/o self
brady slow
circum around
dys painful
endo inside
epi upon
hemi half
hyper excessive
hypo below
inter between
later side
medi/o middle
mono one
post after
pre before
retro behind
semi half
trans across
algia pain
ase enzyme
causing death cide
surgical removal ectomy
emia blood
genic origin
inflammation of itis
megaly enlarged
ologist specialist
study of ology
surgical opening ostomy
cut into otomy
disease pathy
phobia fear
surgical repair plasty

Suffixes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

emesis
cidal
rrhagia
rrhaphy
thorax
cytosis
stasis
stenosis
sclerosis
paresis
megaly
cele
asthenia
algia
scopy
plasty
centesis
pexy
clasis
stomy
ectomy
tripsy
desis