- Cancer & Medical Terminology
- Word Roots, Suffixes, & Prefixes
- Common Symptomatic Suffixes
- Common Diagnostic Suffixes
- Complaints & Symptoms
- Exercise 1
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- Exercise 3
- Exercise 4
- Exercise 5
- Exercise 6
- Exercise 7
- Exercise 8
- Exercise 9
- Exercise 10
- Exercise 11
- Exercise 12
- Physical Findings
- Abbreviations, Symbols, & Acronyms
- Selected Bibliography
Identify the medical terms, by clicking the check boxes in front of them, whose prefixes have been underlined. When you are done, click "Check Answers" to check your answers.
While doing this exercise, you may use a dictionary or any other reference material if necessary.
The other two terms are composed of a root followed by a suffix.
- The prefix anti- means "against."
- The word root cyt(o) means "cells."
- The prefix intra- means "within."
- The word root gingiv(o) means "gums."
- The prefix pro- means "before" or "in front of."
- The prefix bi- means "two," not "life" as in bi(o).