Suffix: oma, osis, ostomy, otomy

Learn with examples for suffix: oma,osis,ostomy,otomy

Adenoma: A benign tumor formed from glandular structures in epithelial tissue.

D35.2 Benign neoplasm of pituitary gland

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Angioma: An angioma is a benign blood-vessel growth that appears at or near the surface of the skin. It is composed of growing endothelial cells which usually form the lining of blood vessels.

D18.00 Hemangioma unspecified site

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Carcinoma: An invasive malignant tumor derived from epithelial tissue that tends to metastasize to other areas of the body.

C80.1 Malignant (primary) neoplasm, unspecified

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Condyloma: A wart like growth on the skin or a mucous membrane caused by certain types of HPV viruses, usually occurring in the genital area.

A63.0 Anogenital (venereal) warts

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Lipoma: It is a fatty tumor located just below the skin.

D17.9 Benign lipomatous neoplasm, unspecified

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Lymphoma: A malignant tumor that arises in the lymph nodes or in other lymphoid tissue.

C85.90 Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, unspecified, unspecified site

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Melanoma: A type of skin cancer that develops in melanocytes, the pigment cells present in the skin.

C43.9 Malignant melanoma of skin, unspecified

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Myeloma: A malignant tumor arising from cells of the bone marrow, specifically plasma cells.

C90.0 Multiple myeloma

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Neuroma: A tumor composed of nerve cells.

D33.3 Benign neoplasm of cranial nerves

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Papilloma: Tumors that grow from epithelial tissue with the appearance of a papilla.

A63.0 Anogenital (venereal) warts

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Sarcoma: A type of cancer that begins in bone or in the soft tissues of the body, including cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, fibrous tissue, or other connective or supportive tissue.

C49.9 Malignant neoplasm of connective and soft tissue, unspecified

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Acanthocytosis: It is a condition characterized by the presence of abnormally shaped red blood cells called acanthocytes.

E78.6 Lipoprotein deficiency

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Achromatosis: A disease characterized by an absence of pigmentation, as albinism.

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Acidosis: Refers to too much acid in the body, an abnormal condition resulting from the accumulation of acid or from the depletion of alkaline reserves.

E87.2 Acidosis

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Actinomycosis: It is a chronic localized or hematogenous anaerobic infection caused by Actinomyces israelii and other species of Actinomyces.

A42.9 Actinomycosis, unspecified

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Bacillosis: Refers to an infection caused by bacilli or rod shaped bacterial cells.

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Brucellosis: It is a bacterial disease caused by various Brucella species, which mainly infect cattle, swine, goats, sheep and dogs and can be transmitted to humans through direct contact with the infected animals.

A23.9 Brucellosis, unspecified

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Carcinomatosis: A condition in which cancer is spread widely throughout the body, or, in some cases, to a relatively large region of the body. Also known as carcinosis.

C80.0 Disseminated malignant neoplasm, unspecified

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Cheilosis: Refers to inflammation of one or both the corners of the mouth.

K13.0 Diseases of lips

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Cyanosis: Refers to abnormal blue discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes.

R23.0 Cyanosis

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Dermatophytosis: Refer to fungal infections caused by dermatophytes – a group of fungi that invade and grow in dead keratin.

B35.9 Dermatophytosis, unspecified

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Diverticulosis: It is the condition of having diverticula or small pouches protruding from the wall of the colon.

K57.90 Diverticulosis of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess without bleeding

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Ecchymosis: A skin discoloration caused by the movement of blood from ruptured blood vessels into the top layer of the skin.

R58 Hemorrhage, not elsewhere classified

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Fibromatosis: It is a condition where fibrous overgrowths of dermal and subcutaneous connective tissue develop tumors called fibromas.

M72.9 Fibroblastic disorder, unspecified

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Angiostomy: The formation of an opening into a blood vessel, typically by means of a cannula.

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Cholangiostomy: The surgical formation of a fistula into a bile duct.

47400 Hepaticotomy or hepaticostomy with exploration, drainage, or removal of calculus

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Colostomy: It is a surgical procedure that brings one end of the large intestine out through an opening (stoma) made in the abdominal wall.

44320 Colostomy or skin level cecostomy

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Cystostomy: Surgical opening of an opening into the bladder.

51020 Cystotomy or cystostomy; with fulguration and/or insertion of radioactive material

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Duodenostomy: A surgical connection made between the duodenum and other hollow organ such as the stomach or the gall bladder.

49441 Insertion of duodenostomy or jejunostomy tube, percutaneous, under fluoroscopic guidance including contrast injection(s), image documentation and report

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Enterostomy: An enterosotmy is an operation in which the surgeon makes a passage into the patient’s small intestine through the abdomen with an opening to allow for drainage or to insert a tube for feeding.

44300 Placement, enterostomy or cecostomy, tube open (eg, for feeding or decompression) (separate procedure)

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Gastrostomy: It is the surgical creation of an artificial external opening into the stomach for nutritional support or gastric decompression.

49440 Insertion of gastrostomy tube, percutaneous, under fluoroscopic guidance including contrast injection(s), image documentation and report

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Ileostomy: A surgically created opening in the abdomen in which a piece of the ileum (lowest part of the small intestine) is brought outside the abdominal wall to create a stoma through which digested food passes into an external pouching system.

44310 Ileostomy or jejunostomy, non-tube

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Jejunostomy: The surgical creation of an opening into the jejunum to allow artificial feeding.

49441 Insertion of duodenostomy or jejunostomy tube, percutaneous, under fluoroscopic guidance including contrast injection(s), image documentation and report

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Nephrostomy: It is an artificial opening created between the kidney and the skin which allows for the urinary diversion directly from the upper part of the urinary system.

50432 Placement of nephrostomy catheter, percutaneous, including diagnostic nephrostogram and/or ureterogram when performed, imaging guidance (eg, ultrasound and/or fluoroscopy) and all associated radiological supervision and interpretation

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Tracheostomy: A tracheostomy is an opening created at the front of the neck where a tube is inserted into the trachea to assist breathing.

31600 Tracheostomy, planned (separate procedure)

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Frenotomy: It is the procedure in which the lingual frenulum is cut, usually done to treat “tongue-tie”.

41010 Incision of lingual frenum (frenotomy)

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Hymenotomy: It is a surgical procedure where an opening is created in the hymen.

56442 Hymenotomy, simple incision

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Mastotomy: Refers to incision of the breast.

19020 Mastotomy with exploration or drainage of abscess, deep

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Oophorotomy: Refers to an incision into an ovary.

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Papillotomy: Surgical incision into papilla.

43262 Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP); with sphincterotomy/papillotomy

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Prostatotomy: Refers to surgical incision into the prostate gland.

55720 Prostatotomy, external drainage of prostatic abscess, any approach; simple

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Ureterotomy: Refers to incision of the ureter.

50600 Ureterotomy with exploration or drainage (separate procedure)

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References:

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