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Origin Greek φωνή
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ped-, pedo-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the child Ancient Greek παιδός, child pediatrics. pedophilia
prosop-
Medical Terminology: face Greek (prosopon), face, mask prosopagnosia
-phil(ia)
Medical Terminology: attraction for Greek φιλία hemophilia
-plasty
Medical Terminology: surgical repair, reconstruction Greek πλαστός rhinoplasty
pauci-
Medical Terminology: Few Latin paucus Pauci-immune
-plegia
Medical Terminology: paralysis Greek πληγή paraplegia
pector-
Medical Terminology: breast or chest Latin pectus pectoralgia, pectoriloquy, pectorophony
pne-, pneum-
Medical Terminology: air, breath, lung Ancient Greek πνεῖν (pneîn), πνεῦμα, πνεύματος (pneûma), πνεύμων (pneúmōn) apnea, pneumatology, pneumonocyte, pneumonia
per-
Medical Terminology: through Latin percutaneous
papul(o)-
Medical Terminology: Indicates papulosity, a small elevation or swelling in the skin, a pimple, swelling Latin (papula), pimple, pustle; a small elevation or swelling in the skin papulation

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post-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something as 'after' or 'behind' another Latin (post), after, behind postoperation, postmortem
-pexy
Medical Terminology: fixation Greek πῆξις Nephropexy
poly-
Medical Terminology: Denotes a 'plurality' of something Ancient Greek πολυς (polys), "much, many" polymyositis
-plasia
Medical Terminology: formation, development Greek πλάσις Achondroplasia
piri-
Medical Terminology: Pear Latin pirum, pear Piriformis muscle
-paresis
Medical Terminology: slight paralysis Greek πάρεσις hemiparesis
palpebr-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the eyelid (uncommon as a root) Latin (palpebra), eyelid palpebra
-phobia
Medical Terminology: exaggerated fear, sensitivity, aversion Greek φόβος arachnophobia
pykno-
Medical Terminology: to thicken (as the nucleus does in early stages of cell death) Greek πυκνωνω, to thicken or condense pyknosis
phot-
Medical Terminology: Relating to light Ancient Greek φῶς, φωτ- (phōs, phōt-), light photopathy

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-poiesis
Medical Terminology: production hematopoiesis
phos-
Medical Terminology: Relating to light or its chemical properties, now historic and used rarely. Ancient Greek φῶς, φωτ- (phōs, phōt-), light phosphene
pharmac-
Medical Terminology: drug, medication Greek φάρμακον pharmacology
-pathy
Medical Terminology: Denotes (with a negative sense) a disease, or disorder Ancient Greek πάθος (pathos), suffering, accident sociopathy, neuropathy
pleio-
Medical Terminology: more, excessive, multiple Greek πλεῖον pleiomorphism
pylor-
Medical Terminology: gate Greek pyloric sphincter
-phago-
Medical Terminology: eating, devouring Greek -φάγος phagocyte
presby-
Medical Terminology: old age Greek presbyopia, presbycusis
pseud-
Medical Terminology: Denotes something false or fake Ancient Greek pseudoephedrine
py-
Medical Terminology: pus Greek πύον pyometra

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G8731
HCPCS Code: Pain neg no plan Pain assessment using a standardized tool is documented as negative, no follow-up plan required
G8509
HCPCS Code: Pos pain assess no f/u doc Pain assessment documented as positive using a standardized tool, follow-up plan not documented, reason not given
Cefixime
Table of Drugs: T36.1X1 T36.1X2 T36.1X3 T36.1X4 T36.1X5
G8730
HCPCS Code: Pain doc pos and plan Pain assessment documented as positive using a standardized tool and a follow-up plan is documented
F800
ICD 10 Code: F01 - F99 Phonological disorder F01 - F99 Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental disorders
M1001
HCPCS Code: Pln to adrs pain doc Plan of care to address moderate to severe pain documented on or before the date of the second visit with a clinician
phon-
Medical Terminology: sound Greek φωνή phonograph, symphony
PRN
Medical Abbreviation: Pro Re Nata (As Needed)
Diisopropylfluorophos-phonate
Table of Drugs: T44.0X1 T44.0X2 T44.0X3 T44.0X4 T44.0X5
PH.D.
Medical Abbreviation: Doctorate Of Philosophy