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Meaning bad, difficult, defective, abnormal
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Origin Greek δυσ- (dus-)
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Examples dysentery, dysphagia, dysphasia
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di-
Medical Terminology: two Greek δι- Diplopia
de-
Medical Terminology: from, down, or away from Latin de- dehydrate
-dactyl(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to a finger, toe Ancient Greek δάκτυλος (dáktylos), finger, toe dactylology, polydactyly
digit-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the finger [rare as a root] Latin (digitus), finger, toe Digit
-dipsia
Medical Terminology: suffix meaning "(condition of) thirst"' Greek δίψα (dípsa) dipsomania, hydroadipsia, oligodipsia, polydipsia
dextr(o)-
Medical Terminology: right, on the right side Latin dexter Dextrocardia
diplo-
Medical Terminology: twofold Greek διπλόος (diplóos) diploid, diplosis
dromo-
Medical Terminology: running, conduction, course Greek δρόμος (drómos) Dromotropic, syndrome
duodeno-
Medical Terminology: duodenum, twelve: upper part of the small intestine (twelve inches long on average), connects to the stomach Latin duodeni Duodenal atresia
di-
Medical Terminology: apart, separation Latin dilation, distal

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-dynia
Medical Terminology: pain Vulvodynia
dynam(o)-
Medical Terminology: force, energy, power Greek δύναμις (dúnamis) Hand strength dynamometer
dacry(o)-
Medical Terminology: Of or pertaining to tears Greek δάκρυ, tear Dacryoadenitis, dacryocystitis
dura-
Medical Terminology: hard Dura Mater
dis-
Medical Terminology: separation, taking apart Latin dis- Dissection
dermat(o)-, derm(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the skin Ancient Greek δέρμα, δέρματος (dérma, dérmat-), skin, human skin Dermatology, epidermis, hypodermic, xeroderma
dent-
Medical Terminology: Relating to teeth Latin (dens, dentis), tooth Dentist
-desis
Medical Terminology: binding Greek δέσις (désis) arthrodesis
dif-
Medical Terminology: apart, separation Latin different
dors(o)-, dors(i)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the back Latin (dorsum), back dorsal, dorsocephalad

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dia-
Medical Terminology: through, during, across Ancient Greek διά (diá), through, during, across dialysis

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G9573
HCPCS Code: Adl pt md or dys rem 6 mon Adult patients 18 years of age or older with major depression or dysthymia who did not reach remission at six months as demonstrated by a six month (+/-60 days) phq-9 or phq-9m score of less than five
Aminomethylbenzoic acid
Table of Drugs: T45.691 T45.692 T45.693 T45.694 T45.695
Amyleine, regional
Table of Drugs: T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5
G9574
HCPCS Code: Adl pt md dys no rem 6 mon Adult patients 18 years of age or older with major depression or dysthymia who did not reach remission at six months as demonstrated by a six month (+/-60 days) phq-9 or phq-9m score of less than five; either phq-9 or phq-9m score was not assessed or is greater than or equal to five
dys-
Medical Terminology: bad, difficult, defective, abnormal Greek δυσ- (dus-) dysentery, dysphagia, dysphasia
S3853
HCPCS Code: Gene test myo musclr dyst Genetic testing for myotonic muscular dystrophy
Topical action drug NEC
Table of Drugs: T49.91 T49.92 T49.93 T49.94 T49.95
Cyclizine
Table of Drugs: T45.0X1 T45.0X2 T45.0X3 T45.0X4 T45.0X5
Detergent
Table of Drugs: T49.2X1 T49.2X2 T49.2X3 T49.2X4 T49.2X5
G9509
HCPCS Code: Adit mdd dys rem 12 mnths Adult patients 18 years of age or older with major depression or dysthymia who reached remission at twelve months as demonstrated by a twelve month (+/-60 days) phq-9 or phq-9m score of less than 5