endo-, end-

(Greek: within, inside, into, in, on, inner)

1. Inflammation of the ocular cavities and their adjacent structures.
2. Inflammation of the ocular cavities, caused by infection, trauma, or allergic reaction.
endoprosthesis (s), endoprostheses (pl) (nouns)
1. An artificial device to replace a missing bodily part which is placed inside the body.
2. A hollow stent inserted into a bile duct to allow biliary drainage across an obstruction.

A stent is an open tubular structure made of stainless steel or plastic which is inserted into an artery or another bodily tube to keep it from becoming blocked by a disease.

1. The microscopic fauna of sand and mud.
2. Active burrowers called endopsammon or infauna literally may eat the substrate to digest the food available in the sand.
endopsychic (adjective)
A reference to that which is in the mind.
Surgery to correct a stenosed (constricted or narrowed) ureteropelvic (tube moving the urine from a kidney with each kidney having one ureter to the bladder located in the curved group of bones at the level of the hips) where they are joined together by cutting from inside with an instrument that is inserted through an endoscope.
endorse, indorse (verb); endorses, indorses; endorsed, indorsed; endorsing, indorsing
1. To declare one's public approval or support of someone or something: There are people who are publicly endorsing one or the other candidates who are running for President of the U.S.
2. To sign a check or bill of exchange on the back to make it payable to someone else other than the payee: James endorsed a check for $500 to make a down payment for the washing machine and a dryer for his family.
3. Etymology: from Latin dossum, from dorsum, "to put on the back"; from en-, "put on" + dos, "back," from Latin dossum, a variant of dorsum, "back".
endorsee (s) (noun), endorsees (pl)
endorsement, indorsement (s) (noun), enddorsements, indorsements (pl)
endorser (s) (noun), endorsers (pl)

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units dealing with "form, shape, appearance": figur-; form-; icono-; ideo-; imag-; morpho-; -oid; typo-.