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Meaning Denoting something as moving or situated across or through
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Origin Latin trāns, "across, through"
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toco-
Medical Terminology: childbirth Greek τόκος tocolytic
-tony
Medical Terminology: tension Greek -τονία
tort(i)-
Medical Terminology: twisted Latin tortus Torticollis
ton-
Medical Terminology: tone, tension, pressure Greek τόνος (tonos)
thyr(o)-
Medical Terminology: thyroid Greek θυρεο-ειδής
thely-
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as 'relating to a woman, feminine' Ancient Greek θῆλυς (thēlys), female, feminine Thelygenous
thromb(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to a blood clot, clotting of blood Ancient Greek θρόμβος (thrómbos), lump, piece, clot of blood Thrombus, thrombocytopenia
therm(o)-
Medical Terminology: heat Ancient Greek θερμός (thermós) Hypothermia
thel-
Medical Terminology: Relating to a nipple Ancient Greek θηλή (thēlē), a teat, nipple Theleplasty, thelarche
trachel(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the neck Ancient Greek τράχηλος (tráchēlos), neck tracheloplasty

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thym-
Medical Terminology: emotions Greek: "thymos", spirit, soul; courage; breath, mind, emotions dysthymia
tetan-
Medical Terminology: rigid, tense Ancient Greek tetanos tetanus
tox(i)-, tox(o)-, toxic(o)-
Medical Terminology: toxin, poison Greek τοξικόν Toxoplasmosis
tympan(o)-
Medical Terminology: eardrum Greek τύμπανον Tympanocentesis
trache(a)-
Medical Terminology: trachea Greek τραχεία Tracheotomy
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
-tension, -tensive
Medical Terminology: pressure Latin Hypertension
-trophy
Medical Terminology: nourishment, development Greek -τροφία, τροφή Pseudohypertrophy
terato-
Medical Terminology: Monster Ancient Greek teras(s) terata(pl) teratoma, teratogen
therap-
Medical Terminology: treatment Ancient Greek (therapeía) hydrotherapy, therapeutic

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top(o)-
Medical Terminology: place, topical Greek τόπος (topos) Topical anesthetic
-tripsy
Medical Terminology: crushing Greek τρίψις Lithotripsy
tri-
Medical Terminology: three Latin triangle, triceps
tachy-
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as fast, irregularly fast Ancient Greek ταχύς (tachys), fast, quickly tachycardia
-tomy
Medical Terminology: act of cutting; incising, incision Greek -τομία Gastrotomy
trich(i)-, trichia, trich(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to hair, hair-like structure Ancient Greek θρίξ, τριχ(ο)- (thríx, trich(o)-), hair Trichocyst
-tic
Medical Terminology: pertaining to Greek -τικός
thec-
Medical Terminology: case, sheath Ancient Greek θήκη (thēkē) Intrathecal
-tome
Medical Terminology: cutting instrument Greek τομή (tomē)

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T1014
HCPCS Code: Telehealth transmit, per min Telehealth transmission, per minute, professional services bill separately
C1898
HCPCS Code: Lead, pmkr, other than trans Lead, pacemaker, other than transvenous vdd single pass
trans-
Medical Terminology: Denoting something as moving or situated across or through Latin trāns, "across, through" Transfusion
T2038
HCPCS Code: Comm trans waiver/service Community transition, waiver; per service
G9449
HCPCS Code: Hx bld transf b/f 1992 History of receiving blood transfusions prior to 1992
S0215
HCPCS Code: Nonemerg transp mileage Non-emergency transportation; mileage, per mile
L8617
HCPCS Code: Coch implant trans coil repl Transmitting coil for use with cochlear implant device, replacement
A0120
HCPCS Code: Noner transport mini-bus Non-emergency transportation: mini-bus, mountain area transports, or other transportation systems