steno-, sten-

(Greek: narrow, contracted; short)

angiostenosis (s) (noun), angiostenoses (pl)
1. A narrowing of the caliber or internal diameter of a blood vessel.
2. The calcific degeneration of the walls of blood vessels or lymphatics.
arteriostenosis (s) (noun), arteriostenoses (pl)
The narrowing or constriction of the caliber of an artery.
colpostenosis (s) (noun), colpostenosies (pl)
The narrowing of the vagina.
colpostenotomy (s) (noun), colpostenotomies (pl0
A surgical incision into the vagina to relieve a stricture or narrowing produced by trauma, infection, radiation, or occurring congenitally.
1. Narrowing of the pupil of the eye.
2. Partial occlusion of the pupil as an anatomic variant.
corestenoma congenitum
1. Partial occlusion of the pupil prior to birth.
2. Partial congenital obliteration of the pupil by outgrowths from the iris that form a partial gridlike covering over the pupil.
1. A narrowing of the duct leading from the lacrimal sac to the nasal cavity.
2. A narrowing or occlusion of the nasolacrimal duct.
1. The narrowing of the lacrimal sac.
2. Dacryostenosis at the level of the lacrimal sac or nasolacrimal duct.
1. Obstruction of the lacrimal drainage system.
2. A stricture or narrowing of a lacrimal duct.
A contraction of the skin.
"Spider fingers" or a physical condition in which the fingers are long, slender, and curved, resembling a spider's legs.

Long, slender fingers can be normal and not associated with any medical problems; however, in some cases, the tendency to develop spider fingers can indicate an underlying disease.

The stricture or a general abnormal narrowing of the esophagus.
Stenosis or narrowing of a blood vessel.
The contraction, or stricture, of the larynx.
Stenosis; constriction or narrowing of a vein.