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Meaning Relating to the hip, haunch, or hip-joint
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Origin Latin (coxa), hip
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cyph(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as bent Ancient Greek κυφός (kȳphós), bent, hunchback Cyphosis
colp(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the vagina Ancient Greek κόλπος (kólpos), bosom, womb; hollow, depth Colposcopy
-cele
Medical Terminology: pouching, hernia Ancient Greek κήλη (kēlē) Hydrocele, Varicocele
clast
Medical Terminology: break Greek κλαστός "broken" Osteoclast
clostr-
Medical Terminology: spindle Greek κλωστήρ (klōstēr) Clostridium
cholecyst(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the gallbladder Ancient Greek χοληκύστις (cholēkýstis), gallbladder < χολή (cholē), bile, gall + κύστις (kýstis), bladder Cholecystectomy
coccus
Medical Terminology: round, spherical Greek kokkos ‘berry.’ Streptococcus
chem-
Medical Terminology: chemistry, drug Greek χημεία Chemotherapy
cardi-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the heart Ancient Greek καρδία (kardía), heart Cardiology
chol(e)-
Medical Terminology: Of or pertaining to bile Ancient Greek χολή (cholē), bile Cholemia

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capit-
Medical Terminology: Pertaining to the head (as a whole) Latin (caput, capit-), the head Capitation
cervic-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the neck, the cervix Latin (cervix, cervīc-), neck, cervix Cervicodorsal
cornu-
Medical Terminology: Applied to processes and parts of the body describing them likened or similar to horns Latin cornū, "horn" Greater cornu
cheil-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the lips Latin (cheilitis) Angular Cheilitis
chrom(ato)-
Medical Terminology: color Ancient Greek χρῶμα (chrōma) Hemochromatosis
capill-
Medical Terminology: Relating to hair Latin (capillus), hair Capillus
cutane-
Medical Terminology: skin Latin cutis Subcutaneous
cata-
Medical Terminology: down, under Greek κατά (kata) Cataract, Catabolism
cili-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the cilia, the eyelashes; eyelids Latin (cilium), eyelash; eyelid Ciliary
-crine, crin(o)
Medical Terminology: to secrete εκκρίνει ecrine Endocrine

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coron(o)-
Medical Terminology: pertaining to heart Latin corōna coronary heart disease
chondr(i)o-
Medical Terminology: cartilage, gristle, granule, granular Ancient Greek χονδρός (chondros) Chondrocalcinosis
crani(o)-
Medical Terminology: Belonging or relating to the cranium Latin (cranium) < Ancient Greek κρᾱνίον (krānion), the cranium, skull, bones enclosing the brain Craniology
cord-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the heart Latin (cor, cordi-), "heart" Commotio cordis
cost-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the ribs Latin (costa), "rib" Costochondral
cyst(o)-, cyst(i)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the urinary bladder Ancient Greek κύστις κύστις (kýstis); bladder, cyst Cystotomy
cerebell(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the cerebellum Latin (cerebellum), little brain Cerebellum
cis-
Medical Terminology: on this side Latin cis Cisgender
co-
Medical Terminology: with, together, in association Latin Coenzymes
cycl-
Medical Terminology: circle, cycle Greek κύκλος (kuklos) Cyclosis

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J203
ICD 10 Code: J00 - J99 Acute bronchitis due to coxsackievirus J00 - J99 Diseases of the respiratory system
Dichlorphenamide
Table of Drugs: T50.2X1 T50.2X2 T50.2X3 T50.2X4 T50.2X5
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Table of Drugs: T50.2X1 T50.2X2 T50.2X3 T50.2X4 T50.2X5
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Table of Drugs: T45.1X1 T45.1X2 T45.1X3 T45.1X4 T45.1X5
cox-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the hip, haunch, or hip-joint Latin (coxa), hip Coxopodite
Q6581
ICD 10 Code: Q00 - Q99 Congenital coxa valga Q00 - Q99 Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities
Q6582
ICD 10 Code: Q00 - Q99 Congenital coxa vara Q00 - Q99 Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities
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ICD 10 Conversion: 2016.0 E10.351 2016.0
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