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A. Directions: Define the combining form. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. agglutin/o: clumping2. bas/o: base3. chrom/o: color4. coagul/o: clotting5. cyt/o: cell6. eosin/o: rosy red7. erythr/o: red8. thromb/o: clot9. fus/o: pouring10. phleb/o: vein11. hem/o: blood12. hemat/o: blood13. lymph/o: lymph14. morph/o: shape15. neutr/o: neutral16. sanguin/o: blood 17. septic/o: infection18. fibrin/o: fibers19. adenoid/o: adenoids 20. axill/o: axilla21. immun/o: protection22. inguin/o: groin region23. lymphaden/o: lymph node 24. lymphangi/o: lymph vessel 25. nucle/o: nucleus26. phag/o: eat, swallow27. thym/o: thymus gland28. tonsill/o: tonsils29. path/o: diseaseSuffixes30. –apheresis: removal, carry away31. –crit: separation of32. –cytosis: more than the normal number of cells33. –emia: blood condition34. –globin: protein35. –penia: abnormal decrease, too few36. –phil: attracted to37. –plastic: pertaining to formation38. –rrhage: abnormal flow39. –edema: swelling40. –globin: proteinB. Directions: Analyze each term presented below and list and define the word parts used to build each term. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. basophil: bas/o = base; -phil = attracted to2. eosinophil: eosin/o = rosy red; –phil: attracted to 3. lymphocyte: lymph/o = lymph; -cyte = cell 4. neutrophil: neutr/o = neutral; -phil = attracted 5. hematocrit: hemat/o = blood; -crit = separation to 6. hematology: hemat/o = blood; -logy = study of 7. immunology: immun/o = neutral; -logy = study of 8. hypochromic: hyp/o = insufficient; chrom/o = color; -ic = pertaining to 9. morphology: morph/o = shape; -logy = study of 10. phlebotomy: phleb/o = vein; -otomy = cutting into 11. axillary: axill/o = axilla; -ary = pertaining to12. immunoglobin: immun/o = neutral; -globin = protein 13. hematoma: hemat/o = blood; -oma = tumor14. lymphadenitis: lymphaden/o = lymph node; -itis = inflammation15. lymphangiography: lymphangi/o = lymph vessel; -graphy = process of recordingC. Directions: Build a term. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. blood protein: hemoglobin2. pertaining to fibers: fibrinous3. clotting cell: thrombocyte4. too many red cells: erythrocytosis5. too few clotting (cells): thrombopenia6. blood forming: hemoplastic7. enlarged spleen: splenomegaly8. removal of tonsils: tonsillectomy9. record of lymph vessels: lymphangiogram10. study of disease: pathologyD. Directions: Build a term. I’ve done the first one as an example.1. inflammation of adenoids: adenoiditis2. removal of lymph node: lymphadenectomy3. lymph vessel tumor: lymphangioma4. infectious blood condition: septicemia5. enlarged thyroid: thyromegaly6. pertaining to tonsils: tonsillar7. pertaining to a white blood cell: leukocytic8. cutting into a vein: phlebotomy9. pertaining to the underarm area: axillary10. red cell: erythrocyte11. pertaining to insufficient color: hypochromic12. blood protein: hemoglobin13. too few of all cells: cytopenia14. rapid flow of blood: hemorrhage15. pertaining to lymph vessels: lymphangial16. more than normal number of white cells: leukocytosis17. thymus tumor: thymoma18. blood tumor:


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