Body parts: roots and prefixes quiz

In medical terminology, names for various parts of the body have their roots in mostly Greek or Latin, such as Gastric or Pulmonary. Can you name the various body parts here from their roots and prefixes? Example: Soma = Body.
Some of them are quite difficult, so if you don't know, just try guessing a few body parts.
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Last updated: August 31, 2017
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Gastr-
Stomach
Hepat-
Liver
Pulmon-
Lung
Cardi-
Heart
Renal-
Kidney
Vena-
Vein
Haem-
Blood
Derm-
Skin
Oss-
Bone
Dent-
Tooth
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Cephal-
Head
Cerebr-
Brain
Digit-
Finger
Ocul-
Eye
Arteri-
Artery
Gnath-
Jaw
Pleur-
Rib
Hyster-
Uterus
Ot-
Ear
Prosop-
Face
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Cholecyst-
Gallbladder
Brachi-
Arm
Carp-
Wrist
Rhino-
Nose
Ped-
Foot
Hist-
Tissue
My-
Muscle
Blepharo-
Eyelid
Karyo-
Nucleus
Splanchn-
Viscera
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