-osis, -sis, -sia, -sy, -se

(Greek > Latin: a suffix; actor, process, condition, or state of; result of; expresses a state or abnormal condition or process of some disease)

Ulceration of the lacrimal sac, lacrimal duct, or lacrimal drainage system.
1. Purulent inflammation of the lacrimal drainage system.
2. A suppuration of the lacrimal sac and duct.
1. Obstruction of the lacrimal drainage system.
2. A stricture or narrowing of a lacrimal duct.
1. The developmental or acquired contracture or distortion of one or more digits.
2. The permanent contraction of the fingers.
1. A skin disease characterized by fibrous thickening of the skin.
2. An autoimmune disease that affects the blood vessels and connective tissue.

The fibrous connective tissue is deposited in the skin.

dermatosis (medicine)
1. A disorder involving lesions or eruptions of the skin in which there is usually no inflammation.
2. Any skin disease; especially, one that is not characterised by inflammation.
dermatozoonosis (s) (noun), dermatozoonoses (pl)
Skin disease caused by animal parasites: Dermatozoonosis is an infestation of the skin caused by any animal parasite and not by an overuse of skin care creams.
An infection of the skin caused by dermatophytes (a vegetable parasitic fungus that affects the skin, hair, or nails; including ringworm) or other fungi.
Any cutaneous (skin) eruption caused by an emotional stress.
Any disease of connective tissue or ligaments.
An abnormally intense thirst.
Infection with nematodes of the genus Dracunculus; also, dracunculiasis.
dysarthrosis (s) (noun), dysarthroses (pl)
1. Joint malformation or deformity: Ellis was born with dysarthrosis in his left ankle in that it was turned outwards and made it difficult for him to walk, to wear regular shoes, etc.
2. A misperceived development of a bone closure where none is actually present: Jasper's thumbs were so flexible it appeared that he had dysarthrosis; however, he was double-jointed and his thumb joints could flex in either direction.
Malformation or badly-shaped body parts or structures.
Defective ossification; defective bone formation, due to faulty ossification of fetal cartilages.