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Definition of DYS-

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Google previewIntroduction to Medical Terminology (2008)

by Ann Ehrlich, Carol Schroeder

is a condition of abnormal muscle tone that causes the impairment of voluntary muscle movement (dys- means bad, ton means tone, and -ia means condition). Hypertonia (high-per-TOH-nee-ah) is a condition of ...

Google previewMedical Terminology for Health Professions (2012)

by Ann Ehrlich, Carol Schroeder

majority of days for 2 or more years (dys- means bad, thym means mind, and - ia means condition). n Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a seasonal bout of depression associated with the decrease in hours of daylight during winter months.

Google previewSurgical and gynaecological nursing (1916)

by Edward Mason Parker

Dys- means difficult or painful. E- means without. Ec- means out. Ecto- means without or on the outside of. En- means in.

Google previewMedical Terminology Basics (2010)

Programmed Instruction by Y. H. Hui

dys- is a prefix meaning difficult. -tocia is a suffix meaning labor (childbirth). 2-34.

Google previewMedical Terminology in a Flash! (2011)

A Multiple Learning Styles Approach by Sharon Eagle

True False The prefix dys- means self. STOP. HERE. Select the Prefix Flash Cards and run through them at least three times before you ...

Google previewFighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope (2008)

A Guide for Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers by Richard C. Frank

Analysis of the name “myelodysplasia” is the first step toward understanding this confusing disorder: myelo is Greek for marrow, dys- means abnormal, and -plasia means formation or development. Thus, myelodys-plasia means abnormal ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Medical Terminology (2014)

by Janet Romich

The prefix dys- means difficult. • dysentery (dihs-ehn-tər-ē) = number of disorders marked by inflammation of the intestine, abdomi- nal pain, and diarrhea. • dysphagia (dihs-fā-jē-ah) = difficulty swallowing or eating. The suffix -phagia means ...

Google previewMedical Terminology (2007)

A Programmed Learning Approach to the Language of Health Care by Marjorie Canfield Willis

The prefix dys- means painful, difficult, or . is used in the less common synonym for aphasia: _, and 8.55 A decreased level of consciousness, measured with the Glasgow Coma Scale, is called a . 8.56 Mental and intellectual function can be ...

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