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Meaning fungus
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Origin Greek μύκης, μυκητ-
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myel(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to bone marrow or spinal cord Ancient Greek μυελόν (myelon), marrow; bone-marrow Myeloblast
-meter
Medical Terminology: instrument used to measure or count Greek μέτρον Sphygmomanometer
melos
Medical Terminology: extremity Ancient Greek μέλος Erythromelalgia
metr-
Medical Terminology: Pertaining to conditions or instruments of the uterus Ancient Greek μήτρᾱ (mētrā), womb, uterus Metrorrhagia
-malacia
Medical Terminology: softening Greek μαλακία Osteomalacia
my(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to muscle Ancient Greek μῦς, μυ- (mys, my-), muscle; mouse; mussel Myoblast
myri-
Medical Terminology: ten thousand Ancient Greek μύριοι (mýrioi), myriad Myriad
mon-
Medical Terminology: single Greek μονός (monos) Infectious Mononucleosis
manu-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the hand Latin (manus), hand Manufacture
macr(o)-
Medical Terminology: large, long Greek μακρός Macrophage

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mamm(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the breast Latin (mamma), breast; udder Mammogram
myring(o)-
Medical Terminology: eardrum Latin myringa Myringotomy
muscul(o)-
Medical Terminology: muscle Latin Musculoskeletal system
met, meta-
Medical Terminology: after, beside, beyond or change Greek μετά Metacarpal, Metacarpus, Metacromion, Metanephros, Metatheria
mer-
Medical Terminology: part Greek μέρος (meros), part Merocrine, Meroblastic
micr-
Medical Terminology: denoting something as small, or relating to smallness, millionth Ancient Greek μικρός (mikros), small Microscope
myl(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to molar teeth or lower jaw Greek (myle) Mylohyoid nerve
mast(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the breast Ancient Greek μαστός (mastós), breast, women's breast; man's pectoral muscle Mastectomy
mes-
Medical Terminology: middle Ancient Greek μέσος (mesos), "middle" Mesoderm
-metry
Medical Terminology: process of measuring Greek -μετρία Optometry

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morph-
Medical Terminology: form, shape Greek μορφή (morphē) Morphology
myx(o)-
Medical Terminology: mucus Greek μύξα Myxoma
men-
Medical Terminology: month, menstrual cycle Ancient Greek μήν (mḗn), month Menopause, Menorrhagia
melan(o)-
Medical Terminology: black color Ancient Greek μέλας, μελανο- (melas, melano-), black; dark Melanin
mammill(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the nipple Latin mammilla, nipple Mammillaplasty, Mammillitis
mening(o)-
Medical Terminology: membrane Greek μῆνιγξ, μηνιγγ- Meningitis
meg(a)-, megal(o)-, -megaly
Medical Terminology: enlargement, million Greek μέγας Splenomegaly, Megameter
milli-
Medical Terminology: thousandth Latin mille, thousand Milliliter

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myc(o)-
Medical Terminology: fungus Greek μύκης, μυκητ- Onychomycosis
O GTT
Medical Abbreviation: Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
G9363
HCPCS Code: Mac or pnb w/o genanes <60m Duration of monitored anesthesia care (mac) or peripheral nerve block (pnb) without the use of general anesthesia during an applicable procedure or general or neuraxial anesthesia less than 60 minutes, as documented in the anesthesia record
sy, syl-, sym-, syn-, sys-
Medical Terminology: Indicates similarity, likeness, or being together; assimilates before some consonants: before l to syl-, s to sys-, before a labial consonant to sym-. Ancient Greek συν- (syn), with, together symptom, synalgia, synesthesia, syssarcosis
my(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to muscle Ancient Greek μῦς, μυ- (mys, my-), muscle; mouse; mussel Myoblast
MLC
Medical Abbreviation: Midline Catheter
E2228
HCPCS Code: Mwc acc, wheelchair brake Manual wheelchair accessory, wheel braking system and lock, complete, each
myx(o)-
Medical Terminology: mucus Greek μύξα Myxoma
G9362
HCPCS Code: Mac or pnb w/o genanes >60m Duration of monitored anesthesia care (mac) or peripheral nerve block (pnb) without the use of general anesthesia during an applicable procedure 60 minutes or longer, as documented in the anesthesia record
myl(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to molar teeth or lower jaw Greek (myle) Mylohyoid nerve