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Meaning Examination or inspection
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Origin Ancient Greek ὄψις (opsis), sight
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Examples Biopsy, autopsy
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-oma (singular), -omata(plural)
Medical Terminology: tumor, mass, fluid collection Greek -ωμα Sarcoma, teratoma, Mesothelioma
optic(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to chemical properties of the eye Middle French (optique) < Greek ὀπτικός (optikós); cognate with Latin oculus, relating to the eye Opticochemical, biopsy
or(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the mouth Latin (ōs, or-), mouth Oral
onych(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the nail (of a finger or toe) Ancient Greek ὄνυξ, ὀνυχο- (ónyx, ónycho-), nail; claw; talon Onychophagy
ot(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the ear Ancient Greek οὖς, ὠτ- (ous, ōt-), the ear Otology
ovari(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the ovaries Latin (ōvarium), ovary Ovariectomy
oxy-
Medical Terminology: sharp, acid, acute, oxygen Greek ὀξύς(oxus) Oxytocin, oxygenated, oxycodone
oo-
Medical Terminology: Relating to an (egg), a woman's egg, the ovum Ancient Greek ᾠόν, ᾠο- (ōón, ōo-), egg, ovum Oogenesis
olig(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as 'having little, having few' Ancient Greek ὀλίγος (oligos), few Oligotrophy
odont(o)-
Medical Terminology: Of or pertaining to teeth Ancient Greek ὀδούς, ὀδοντ- (odoús, odont-), tooth orthodontist

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ole
Medical Terminology: small or little Latin
osse-
Medical Terminology: bony Latin Osseous
orth(o)-
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as straight or correct Ancient Greek ὀρθός (orthós), straight, correct, normal Orthodontist
orchi(o)-, orchid(o)-, orch(o)-
Medical Terminology: testis Greek ὀρχις (orkhis, orkhi-) Orchiectomy, orchidectomy
ost(e)-, oste(o)-
Medical Terminology: bone Greek ὀστέον Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis
-one
Medical Terminology: hormone
ossi-
Medical Terminology: bone Latin Peripheral ossifying fibroma
ovo-, ovi-, ov-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the eggs, the ovum Latin (ōvum), egg, ovum Ovogenesis
ocul(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the eye Latin (oculus), the eye Oculist
-ous
Medical Terminology: pertaining to Latin -osus porous

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onco-
Medical Terminology: tumor, bulk, volume Greek ὄγκος Oncology
omphal(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the navel, the umbilicus Ancient Greek ὀμφαλός (omphalós), navel, belly-button Omphalotomy
ophthalm(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the (eye) Ancient Greek ὀφθαλμός (ophthalmós), the eye Ophthalmology
oxo-
Medical Terminology: addition of oxygen Greek ὀξύς
odyn(o)-
Medical Terminology: pain Greek ὀδύνη stomatodynia
om(o)-
Medical Terminology: shoulder Ancient Greek ὠμός (ōmos), shoulder Omoplate
oophor(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the woman's (ovary) Neoclassical Greek ᾠοφόρον (ōophóron), ovary, egg-bearing Oophorectomy
-oid
Medical Terminology: resemblance to Greek -οειδής Sarcoidosis
-osis
Medical Terminology: a condition, disease or increase Greek -ωσις Harlequin type ichthyosis, psychosis, osteoporosis
opistho-
Medical Terminology: back, behind, rear Greek roots, ὄπισθεν, opisthen meaning "behind" Opisthotonus

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E2615
HCPCS Code: Pos back post/lat wdth <22in Positioning wheelchair back cushion, posterior-lateral, width less than 22 inches, any height, including any type mounting hardware
G9784
HCPCS Code: Path/derm prov 2nd biop opin Pathologists/dermatopathologists providing a second opinion on a biopsy
Bx
Medical Abbreviation: Biopsy
M1047
HCPCS Code: Fs msrd oks pre and post Functional status was measured by the oxford knee score (oks) patient reported outcome tool within three months preoperatively and at one year (9 to 15 months) postoperatively
-opsy
Medical Terminology: Examination or inspection Ancient Greek ὄψις (opsis), sight Biopsy, autopsy
G0415
HCPCS Code: Open tx post pelvic fxcture Open treatment of posterior pelvic bone fracture and/or dislocation, for fracture patterns which disrupt the pelvic ring, unilateral or bilateral, includes internal fixation, when performed (includes ilium, sacroiliac joint and/or sacrum)
M1045
HCPCS Code: Fsm wth scr oks pre and post Functional status measurement with score was obtained utilizing the oxford knee score (oks) patient reported outcome tool within three months preoperatively and at one year (9 to 15 months) postoperatively
L6388
HCPCS Code: Postop applicat rigid dsg on Immediate post surgical or early fitting, application of rigid dressing only
Post-op
Medical Abbreviation: Post-operative
E2616
HCPCS Code: Pos back post/lat wdth>=22in Positioning wheelchair back cushion, posterior-lateral, width 22 inches or greater, any height, including any type mounting hardware