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Meaning Applied to processes and parts of the body describing them likened or similar to horns
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Origin Latin cornū, "horn"
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crani(o)-
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cyph(o)-
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cardi-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the heart Ancient Greek καρδία (kardía), heart Cardiology
coron(o)-
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chlor-
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cyan(o)-
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cyt(o)-, -cyte
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co-
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cervic-
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chrom(ato)-
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cholecyst(o)-
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cili-
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cerebell(o)-
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cyst(o)-, cyst(i)-
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col-, colo-, colono-
Medical Terminology: colon κόλον (kólon) Colonoscopy
cycl-
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chol(e)-
Medical Terminology: Of or pertaining to bile Ancient Greek χολή (cholē), bile Cholemia

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Corn cures
Table of Drugs: T49.4X1 T49.4X2 T49.4X3 T49.4X4 T49.4X5
kerat-
Medical Terminology: cornea (eye or skin) Greek κέρας (kéras), "horn" keratoscope
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cerat(o)-
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cornu-
Medical Terminology: Applied to processes and parts of the body describing them likened or similar to horns Latin cornū, "horn" Greater cornu