Ossicle (os'si-kal). A small bone.
Osteology (os"te-ol'o-je). The scientific study of bones.
Osteomyelitis (os"te-o-mi"e-li'tis). Inflammation of bone marrow.
Osteosarcoma (os"te-o-sar-ko'mah). Tumor of bone.
Otologist (o-tol'o-jist). A specialist in medicine dealing with the ear and its diseases.
Otoscope (o'to-skop). Instrument of examining the ear.
Palate (pal'at). A partition that separates the nasal and oral cavities.
Pancarditis (pan"kar-di'tis). General inflammation of the entire heart.
Panhypopituitarism (pan-hi"po-pi'tu'i'tar-izm). Insufficient secretion of the anterior
Papilla (pah-pil'lah). A small nipplelike projection of tissue.
Parietal (pah-ri'e-tal). Pertaining to the walls of a hollow organ or cavity.
Paronychia (par"o-nik'e-ah). Inflammation of the tissue surrounding the fingernail.
Pathogenesis (path"o-jen'e-sis). Development of disease.
Pediatrics (pe"de-at'riks). The branch of medicine dealing with diseases of children.
Pleurodynia (ploor"o-din'e-ah). Pain in the intercostals muscles.
Pneumothorax (noo"mo-tho'raks). The presence of air or gas in the pleural cavity.
Polycythemia (pol"e-si-the'me-ah). Excess number of red blood cells in the blood.
Polymorphic (pol"e-mor'fik). Occurring in several forms.
Polyuria (pol"e--u're-ah). Excessive urination.
Post mortem (post mor'tem). After death
Prenatal (pre-na'tal). Happening before birth