hypo-, hyp-

(Greek: under, below, beneath; less than; too little; deficient, diminished; used as a prefix)

hypodermatic
hypodermic
hypodermis
hypodermoclysis, hypodermatoclysis
1. Subcutaneous injection of a saline or other solution.
2. The injection of nutrient fluids under the skin in the collapse resulting from cholera or other exhausting diseases.
hypodermolithiasis
Subcutaneous deposits of calcium. Also: calcinosis cutis.
hypodiastole
hypodipsia
A diminished thirst with a consequential reduction of fluid intake.
hypodontia
hypodynamia
hypodynamic
hypoemia
hypoergy
hypoertgia
hypoesthesia (s) (noun), hypoesthesias (pl)
An abnormally low sensitivity to stimuli: Roger’s hypoesthesia was especially noticeable in his auditory abilities.
hypoesthetic, hypoaesthesic (adjective); more hypoesthetic, more , hypoaesthesic; most hypoesthetic, most , hypoaesthesic
Characterized by an abnormally low sensitivity to stimuli: Jacob’s hypo esthetic response to painful stimuli; such as, touching a hot surface, meant that he needed to wear protective gloves when working at the kitchen stove.