This medical prefix literally means half, but is sometimes used to indicate one (not necessarily equal) side.
In this tutorial we explore the use of the medical prefix arthr-/arthro-.
The prefix “epi-“, commonly used in medical terms, indicates position – relative to other structures or factors.
In today’s video tutorial, we look at another pair of medical prefixes with opposite meanings: brady- and tachy-.
Do you know which medical prefix indicates deficiency or absence? Watch this video to learn how the prefix a- or an- is used in medical terminology.
Learn what the medical suffix -plasty means. Watch this video explainer for words that end in –plasty.
Learn what prefixes are used when your body makes too much or too little of something.
A video tutorial on the terms “endo-” and “exo-“.
Meaning and usage of “-cyte” and “cyto-“.
New video tutorial on the meaning and usage of the term “cyst”.