Classic Medical Term Prefix/Suffix Quiz

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Can you name the Med Term Prefix/Suffix?

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prefix- excessive, increased
prefix- before, in front of, forward
suffix- a picture or record
suffix- abnormal narrowing
suffix- breakdown, separation, setting free, destruction, loosening
prefix- deficient, decreased
suffix- surgical puncture to remove fluid
suffix- surgical fixation
suffix- specialist
suffix- cutting, surgical incision
suffix- abnormal condition, disease
suffix- stopping
suffix- to bind, tie together
suffix- rupture
suffix- enlargement
suffix- abnormal condition, disease
suffix- surgical creation of an opening to the body surface
prefix- many
suffix- prolapse, drooping forward
prefix- under, less, below
prefix- between, among
prefix- above, excessive
suffix- cell
prefix- surrounding, around
suffix- tumor, neoplasm
suffix- breathing
suffix- the science or study of
suffix- pertaining to, relating to
suffix- the process of producing a picture or record
prefix- bad, difficult, painful
prefix- half
suffix- tissue death
suffix- pertaining to
suffix- hernia, tumor, swelling
suffix- sensation, feeling
suffix- paralysis
suffix- surgical sutering
suffix- instrument for visual examination
suffix- surgical removal, cutting out
suffix- disease, suffering, feeling, emotion
suffix- to crush
suffix- abnormal hardening
prefix- new, strange
suffix- blood, blood condition
suffix- abnormal softening
suffix- bleeding, abnormal excessive fluid discharge
suffix- stretching, dilation, enlargement
prefix- fast, rapid
prefix- within, in, inside
suffix- flow or discharge
prefix- against
prefix- slow
prefix- after, behind
suffix- inflammation
suffix- urination, urine
prefix- without, away from, negative, not
suffix- surgical repair
suffix- pain, suffering, painful condition
suffix- visual examination
prefix- within, inside
prefix- excessive, through

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