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Word roots quiz IV

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

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Word Roots Quiz IV
(10 questions total)

The suffix “-phasia” (e.g., aphasia) means:





The suffix “-phobia” (e.g., hydrophobia) means:





The suffix “-phylaxis” (e.g., prophylaxis) means:





The suffix “-poiesis” (e.g., hemopoiesis) means:





The suffix “-septic” (e.g., antiseptic) means:





The suffix “-stomy” (e.g., colostomy) means:





The suffix “-tomy” (e.g., appendectomy) means:





The suffix “-plegia” (e.g., paraplegia) means:





The suffix “-plexy” (e.g., apoplexy) means:





The prefix “anti-“ (e.g., antibiotic) means “against”.





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