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Meaning one
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Origin Latin unus
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Examples Unilateral hearing loss
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umbilic-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the navel, the umbilicus Latin umbilīcus, navel, belly-button Umbilical
urin-
Medical Terminology: Relating to urine, the urinary system Latin ūrīna, urine < Ancient Greek ουρον (ouron) Uriniferous
uter(o)-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the uterus or womb Latin (uterus), womb, uterus Uterus
-ula, -ule
Medical Terminology: small Latin Nodule
ungui-
Medical Terminology: Relating to the nail, a claw Latin unguis, nail, claw Unguiform, Ungual
uric-
Medical Terminology: uric acid Greek οὐρικός
ultra-
Medical Terminology: beyond, excessive Latin ultra Ultrasound, ultraviolet
ur-
Medical Terminology: Relating to urine, the urinary system Greek οὐρεῖν (oureîn); οὖρον (oûron), urine; οὐρητήρ(ourētḗr); οὐρήθρα (ourḗthra) antidiuretic, diuresis, diuretic, dysuria, enuresis, polyurea, polyuria, uraemia/uremia, uremic, ureter, urethra, urology

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A9554
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G9128
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J1720
HCPCS Code: Hydrocortisone sodium succ i Injection, hydrocortisone sodium succinate, up to 100 mg
A9582
HCPCS Code: Iodine i-123 iobenguane Iodine i-123 iobenguane, diagnostic, per study dose, up to 15 millicuries
un(i)-
Medical Terminology: one Latin unus Unilateral hearing loss
A9516
HCPCS Code: Iodine i-123 sod iodide mic Iodine i-123 sodium iodide, diagnostic, per 100 microcuries, up to 999 microcuries
I&D
Medical Abbreviation: Incision And Drainage
I&O
Medical Abbreviation: Intake And Output
A9531
HCPCS Code: I131 max 100uci Iodine i-131 sodium iodide, diagnostic, per microcurie (up to 100 microcuries)
I:E
Medical Abbreviation: Inspiratory To Expiratory Ratio