Definition of DYS-
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Quick Medical Terminology (2011)
A Self-Teaching Guide by Shirley Soltesz Steiner, Natalie Pate Capps
You have learned that dys- means pain, painful. But dys- is a prefix that also means bad (defective) or difficult. Try this. Plasia means formation or change, in the sense of molding during the growing years. This kind ...
Programmed Instruction by Y. H. Hui
dys- is a prefix meaning bad orfaulty. “kerat/o” is a combining form ...
by Elena Bablenis Haveles
Dysmenorrhea: Dys- means bad, difficult, or abnormal; Men- is a root word meaning monthly and is associated with menstruation. The suffix -rhea refers to flow. From these parts, the definition of this word is “painful menstrual flow.” The prefix ...
by Edward Mason Parker, Scott Dudley Breckinridge
Dys- means difficult or painful. E- means without. Ec- means out. Ecto- means without or on the outside of. En- means in.
Embracing the Terminology of Medicine and the Kindred Sciences, with Their Signification, Etymology, and Pronunciation ... by Joseph Thomas
Dys-UII-a.* [From the Gr. etiv, " difficult," and )jij>ju, tu " talk."] blow or difficult speech. Dys-lo'ehl-a.* [From the Gr. 6v<, " difficult," and the Lat. Ic/ckta.] Decrease or suppression of the Locu IA, which see. DyYlys-in. [From the Gr. di* , •• difficult," ...
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