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Word roots quiz I

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Test your knowledge of the roots of words nurses use every day in our Word Roots Quiz.

This is part 1 of 8, so be sure to look for the other portions soon!

Word Roots Quiz Part 1
(10 questions total)

The prefix “ab-” (e.g., abduct) means:





The prefix “aden-” (e.g., adenoid) means:





The prefix “andro-” (e.g., androgen) means:





The prefix “angio-” (e.g., angiogram) means:





The prefix “arthro-”(e.g., arthroscopy) means:





The prefix “brachi-” (e.g., brachiocephalic) means:





The prefix “chondro-” (e.g., chondrocyte) means:





The prefix “diure-” (e.g., diuresis) means:





The prefix “histo-” (e.g., histology) means:





The prefix “ipsi-” (e.g., ipsilateral) means:







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4 Responses to Word roots quiz I

  1. shaneclower RN

    Wohoo

  2. intrea

    yes!

  3. Granola01 RN

    not bad

  4. SoCalLady

    One down, seven to go :)

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