What does Lamin O mean in medical terms?
humpback, hunchback. lamin/o. lamina (part of vertebral arch)
What is Kinesi?
, kinesio- , kineso- Combining forms indicating motion.
What is Laryng?
The combining form laryngo– is used like a prefix meaning “larynx,” a part of the throat where the vocal cords are located. It is often used in medical terms, especially in anatomy.
What does Chondro mean in biology?
A prefix indicating cartilage, e.g. chondrocyte.
What does infer O mean in medical terms?
Combining form denoting anatomically INFERIOR.
What is kinesiology tape used for?
Kinesiology tape stabilizes the injured area by lightly adhering to the skin and applying pressure to the tissues the tape is wrapped around. This tape allows the connective tissue surrounding the affected muscle or tendon to move along with the body.
What does Tendin o mean?
Combining form meaning tendon.
What does Nephro mean in medical terms?
Nephro-: Having to do with the kidney, as in nephrology (the art and science of the care of the kidneys) and nephropathy (any kidney disease).
What does Scopy mean in medical terminology?
Medical definitions for -scopy suff. Viewing; seeing; observation:microscopy.
What does Chondro mean medical?
Examples of chondro- The first part of the word, chondro-, means “cartilage.” The second combining form –tomy means “cutting, incision.” Chondrotomy has a literal sense of “cutting cartilage.” What are some words that use the combining form chondro-? chondroblast. chondrocyte.
What does Chondro mean in anatomy?
seed, groats, gristle, cartilage (this sense perhaps from the gritty texture of cartilage when chewed),” of uncertain origin.
What does poster o mean in medical terms?
A combining form meaning posterior, back; as, postero-inferior, situated back and below; postero-lateral, situated back and at the side.