ventricul-, ventriculo- +

(Latin: [little] belly; hence, "a small cavity; especially of the heart or brain")

accelerated idioventricular rhythm (s) (noun), accelerated idioventricular rhythms (pl)
A rapid ventricular rhythm, approximately 60 to 110 beats per minute: Accelerated idioventricular rhythm usually results from premature beats or an escape rhythm generated by the slowing of the sinus pacemaker or acceleration of a ventricular pacemaker.
atrioventricular (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to both the atria (chambers) and the ventricles of the heart, especially to a connecting conduction event or anatomic structure between the atria and ventricles; a chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium (heart chamber) and pumps it to the arteries: The atrioventricular sections of the heart include the upper chambers of he heart (atria) and the lower chamber of the heart (ventricles).
idioventricular (adjective) (not comparable)
In cardiology, relating to or affecting only the ventricle and not the atria: In one of his courses in medicine, Martin learned that idioventricular aspects of a person's body pertained exclusively to the cardiac ventricles.
ulcus ventriculi perforans
A gastric ulcer which perforates into the peritoneal cavity.
Referring to a ventricle (a small cavity).
ventricular fold
One of the false vocal cords, or folds, of mucous membrane parallel to or above the true vocal cords.
Inflammation of a ventricle.
The surgical creation of a communication between the third ventricle and the interpeduncular cistern, for drainage of cerebrospinal fluid (relating to or involving the brain and spinal cord) in hydrocephalus (enlargement of the skull because of abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the ventricular system of the brain).
Surgery for the relief of laryngeal stenosis (surgical narrowing or constricting of the larynx, the voice box).
1. Radiography used to visualize the size and shape of the cerebral ventricles.
2. Visualization of ventricles of the heart by radiograph after injection of a contrast material.
The measurement of the intraventricular cerebral pressure.
1. Endoscopic examination of the cerebral ventricles.
2. Examination of the ventricles of the brain with an endoscope.
The surgical creation of an opening in a cerebral ventricle.
A surgical incision of a ventricle (a chamber of an organ; for example, the four connected cavities or hollow spaces, in the central portion of the brain and the lower two chambers of the heart are called ventricles).

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, indirectly, or partially with: "opening, hole, cavity, tract": alveolo-; antro-; anu-; celo-; coelio-; concho-; fenestra-; hernio-; hiat-; meato-; ora-; parieto-; poro-; pyl-, pyle-; pylor-; sphinctero-; splanchn-; stomato-; syringo-; uretero-; urethro-; vagino-.