Suffix: rrhaphy, rrhagia, rrrhea, uria

Learn with examples for Suffix: rrhaphy, rrhagia, rrrhea, uria

Achillorrhaphy: It refers to suture of the Achilles tendon.

27650 Repair, primary, open or percutaneous, ruptured Achilles tendon

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Capsulorrhaphy: It refers to suture of a tear in a capsule, especially of a joint capsule to prevent recurring dislocation.

23455 Capsulorrhaphy, anterior; with labral repair (eg, Bankart procedure)

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Colporrhaphy: Suturing of a defect in the wall of the vagina.

57250 Posterior colporrhaphy, repair of rectocele with or without perineorrhaphy

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Cystorrhaphy: Suture of the bladder.

51860 Cystorrhaphy, suture of bladder wound, injury or rupture; simple

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Enterorrhaphy: Suture of the intestine.

44602 Suture of small intestine (enterorrhaphy) for perforated ulcer, diverticulum, wound, injury or rupture; single perforation

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Gastrorrhaphy: Suture of a perforation of the stomach.

43840 Gastrorrhaphy, suture of perforated duodenal or gastric ulcer, wound, or injury

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Herniorrhaphy: Surgical repair of a hernia.

49650 Laparoscopy, surgical; repair initial inguinal hernia

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Nephrorrhaphy: Suture of the kidney.

50500 Nephrorrhaphy, suture of kidney wound or injury

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Neurorrhaphy: Surgical suture of a divided nerve.

64831 Suture of digital nerve, hand or foot; 1 nerve

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Perineorrhaphy: Suture of the perineum.

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Venorrhaphy: Suture of a vein.

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Colporrhagia: Refers to “vaginal haemorrhage”.

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Gingivorrhagia: Refers to “bleeding from the gums”.

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Hepatorrhagia: Refers to “bleeding of the liver”.

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Lymphorrhagia: A flow of lymph from a ruptured lymphatic vessel.

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Menorrhagia: Menorrhagia is heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding.

N92.0 Excessive and frequent menstruation with regular cycle

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Metrorrhagia: Refers to uterine bleeding at irregular intervals, particularly between the expected menstrual periods.

N92.1 Excessive and frequent menstruation with irregular cycle

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Odontorrhagia: Profuse bleeding from the socket after the extraction of a tooth.

K08.89 Other specified disorders of teeth and supporting structures

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Otorrhagia: Bleeding from the external auditory canal of the ear.

H92.22 Otorrhagia, left ear

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Phleborrhagia: Refers to “Hemorrhage of a vein”.

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Rectorhagia: Refers to “rectal bleeding”.

K62.5 Hemorrhage of anus and rectum

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Rhinorrhagia: Bleeding from the nose, also called as epistaxis.

R04.0 Epistaxis

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Urethrorrhagia: Refers to urethral bleeding in the absence of urine, associated with dysuria.

N36.8 Other specified disorders of urethra

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Galactorrhea: It is the discharge of milk or milk-like secretion from the breast that happens in women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding.

N64.3 Galactorrhea not associated with childbirth

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Menorrhea: Refers to flow of blood at menstruation.

N92.0 Excessive and frequent menstruation with regular cycle

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Otorrhea: It is the drainage of liquid from the external ear canal.

H92.10 Otorrhea, unspecified ear

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Pyorrhea: A chronic form of periodontitis characterized by the formation of pus in the pockets between the roots of the teeth and their surrounding tissues.

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Rhinorrhea: Commonly referred to as “runny nose” happens when excess fluid drains from the nose.

J34.89 Other specified disorders of nose and nasal sinuses

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Sialorrhea: It refers to excessive saliva flow predominantly seen in neurologically impaired children.

K11.7 Disturbances of salivary secretion

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Steatorrhea: It is the presence of excess fat in in the feces, Usually it is a typical symptom of fat malabsorption.

K90.9 Intestinal malabsorption, unspecified

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Acetonuria: Excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine.

R82.4 Acetonuria

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Aciduria: Presence of an acid in the urine.

E72.22 Arginosuccinic aciduria

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Albuminuria: Presence of albumin (protein) in the urine.

R80.9 Proteinuria, unspecified

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Biliuria: The presence of bile acids or bile salts in the urine.

R82.2 Biliuria

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Crystalluria: The presence of crystals in the urine.

R82.99 other abnormal findings in urine

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Dysuria: Refers to difficult urination.

R30.0 Dysuria

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Galactosuria: The presence of galactose in the urine.

E74.29 other disorders of galactose metabolism

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Hematuria: The presence of blood in the urine.

R31.9 HEMATURIA, unspecified

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Lactosuria: The presence of lactose in the urine.

R82.5 Elevated urine levels of drugs, medicaments and biological substances

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Nocturia: Refers to frequent urination at night.

R35.1 Nocturia

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Oligouria: A condition of decreased urine production.

R34 Anuria and oliguria

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Sialuria: The presence of sialic acid in the urine.

E88.89 Other specified metabolic disorders

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References:

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tachypnoea#English

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