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Meaning thyroid
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Origin Greek θυρεο-ειδής
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trich(i)-, trichia, trich(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to hair, hair-like structure Ancient Greek θρίξ, τριχ(ο)- (thríx, trich(o)-), hair Trichocyst
thorac(i)-, thorac(o)-, thoracico-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the upper chest, chest; the area above the breast and under the neck Latin (thōrāx) < Ancient Greek θώραξ (thōrax), chest, cuirass thoracic, thorax
Medical Terminology: tension Greek -τονία
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Medical Terminology: Relating to a nipple Ancient Greek θηλή (thēlē), a teat, nipple Theleplasty, thelarche
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Medical Terminology: Denoting something as moving or situated across or through Latin trāns, "across, through" Transfusion
Medical Terminology: treatment Ancient Greek (therapeía) hydrotherapy, therapeutic
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as fast, irregularly fast Ancient Greek ταχύς (tachys), fast, quickly tachycardia
Medical Terminology: twisted Latin tortus Torticollis
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as 'relating to a woman, feminine' Ancient Greek θῆλυς (thēlys), female, feminine Thelygenous

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