Medical Terminology

Here’s your lesson for the day.

The prefix “dys” means “painful, difficult, or faulty”.

I remember this by thinking “difficult” and “Ollie”.  In other words, Ollie is “dys”.

I would not go so far as to say painful.  Faulty?  Perhaps Nick’s genes are just too strong in that boy…

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