Medical Prefixes that are not Easily Inferred

Name the body part or specialty to which each prefix refers
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Last updated: May 11, 2014
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Prefix
Meaning
Axill/o
Armpit
Balan/o
Penis
Bari/o
Weight
Blephar/o
Eyelid
Cholecyst/o
Gallbladder
Colp/o
Vagina
Cost/o
Rib
Dactyl/o
Fingers or toes
Hypophys/o
Pituitary gland
Lapar/o
Abdomen
Prefix
Meaning
Myos/o
Muscle
Myring/o
Eardrum
Onycho/o
Nail
Orch/o, orchi/o, or orchid/o
Testicle
Phak/o
Lens of the eye
Spondyl/o
Vertebra or spine
Stomat/o
Mouth
Theli/o or thel/o
Nipple
Vesic/o
Bladder
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Level 44
Aug 8, 2014
This was extraordinarily difficult. I got two. Fingers and testicles.
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Level 55
Aug 10, 2014
That sounds dirty.
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Level 67
Dec 24, 2018
got fingers and muscle. Though seeing the answers a few ring a bell. orchid, remember that being weird. Stomato. Hypophyso I knew what it was, just couldnt recall the english term. And "knew" the word spondyl, but really couldnt place it.
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Level 57
Feb 16, 2016
Accept digit for dactyl?
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Level 67
Dec 24, 2018
was actually my first try as well (not implying it should be accepted persee, Im not fully aware of how interchangable the two words are)