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Medical Term hepat- (hepatic-)
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Meaning Relating to the liver
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Origin Ancient Greek ἥπαρ, ἡπατο- (hēpar, hēpato-), the liver
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Examples Hepatology, Hepatitis
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humer(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the shoulder (or [rarely] the upper arm) Latin (umerus), shoulder Humerus
hemi-
Medical Terminology: one-half Ancient Greek ἡμι- (hēmi-), "half" Cerebral hemisphere
hemangi or hemangio-
Medical Terminology: blood vessels Hemangioma
halluc-
Medical Terminology: to wander in mind Classical Latin to wander in mind Hallucinosis
hemat-, haemato- (haem-, hem-)
Medical Terminology: Relating to blood Latin (hæma) < Ancient Greek αἵμα, αἱματ- (haima, haimat-), blood Hematology, older form Haematology
hyster(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the womb, the uterus Ancient Greek ὑστέρα (hystéra), womb Hysterectomy, Hysteria
heter(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as 'the other' (of two), as an addition, or different Ancient Greek ἕτερος (héteros), the other (of two), another; different Heterogeneous
home(o)-
Medical Terminology: similar Ancient Greek ὅμοιος (homoios) Homeopathy
hydr(o)-
Medical Terminology: water Greek ὕδωρ Hydrophobe
hidr(o)-
Medical Terminology: sweat Greek ἱδρωτ- Hyperhidrosis

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hema- or hemo-
Medical Terminology: blood Greek Hemal, Hemoglobin
hom(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as 'the same' as another or common Ancient Greek ὁμο- (homo-), the same, common Homosexuality
hyp(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as 'below normal' Ancient Greek ὑπ(ο)- (hypo-), below, under Hypovolemia,
hist(o)-, histio-
Medical Terminology: tissue Greek ἱστός Histology
hyper-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as 'extreme' or 'beyond normal' Ancient Greek ὑπέρ (hyper), over, above; beyond, to the extreme Hypertension

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B5100
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K740
ICD 10 Code: K00 - K95 Hepatic fibrosis K00 - K95 Diseases of the digestive system
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-ic
Medical Terminology: pertaining to Greek -ικός (-ikos) Hepatic artery
K741
ICD 10 Code: K00 - K95 Hepatic sclerosis K00 - K95 Diseases of the digestive system
hepat- (hepatic-)
Medical Terminology: Relating to the liver Ancient Greek ἥπαρ, ἡπατο- (hēpar, hēpato-), the liver Hepatology, Hepatitis
K9182
ICD 10 Code: K00 - K95 Postprocedural hepatic failure K00 - K95 Diseases of the digestive system
K742
ICD 10 Code: K00 - K95 Hepatic fibrosis with hepatic sclerosis K00 - K95 Diseases of the digestive system
E8021
ICD 10 Code: E00 - E89 Acute intermittent (hepatic) porphyria E00 - E89 Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases
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ICD 10 Code: C00 - D49 Malignant neoplasm of hepatic flexure C00 - D49 Neoplasms