capable of (ex: teachable)


pain (ex: fibromyalgia)


bud, usually referring to cells which are primitive in nature (ex: Chondroblast)


pertaining to breaking or tearing down (ex: osteoclast)


cell (ex: hepatocyte)


to lead or draw (ex: adduct and abduct)


to excise or cut out (ex: cholecystectomy)


blood (ex: leukemia)


origin or production (ex: glycogenesis)


A drawing (ex: sonogram)


instrument used to record (ex: angiography)


inflammation (ex: tonsillitis)


study of (ex: cardiology)


to break down or decompose (ex: glycogenolysis)


resembling (ex: arachnoid mater)


tumor (ex: carcinoma)


disease or disorder (ex: cardiomyopathy)


to eat or to feed (ex: phagocytosis)


to love or have an affinity for (ex: hydrophilic)


stop or stable state (ex: homeostasis)


surgical procedure in which an artificial opening is established (ex: colostomy)

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