cardio-, cardi-, card-

(Greek: heart, pertaining to the heart)

cardioid
cardiokinetic
cardiokymograph
Noninvasive device, placed on the chest, capable of recording anterior left ventricle segmental wall motion; consists of a five-cm diameter capacitive plate transducer as part of a high frequency, low-power oscillator with recording probe; changes in wall motion affect the magnetic field and thus the oscillatory frequency which is then recorded on a multichannel analog waveform polygraph.
cardiolipin
cardiologist
cardiologists lexicomedy (s) (noun), cardiologists lexicomedies (pl)
1. A flutter of cardiologists.
2. A click of cardiologists.
3. A fibrillation of cardiologists.
cardiology
cardiomalacia
Softening of the walls of the heart.
cardiomegaly
cardiometer
cardiometry
cardiomotility
cardiomuscular bradycardia
A slow heart rate that results from a heart disease.
cardiomyoliposis
Fatty degeneration of the myocardium which is the middle layer of the heart wall or heart muscle.
cardiomyopathy
Any disease of the heart muscle; also, myocardiopathy.

A cross reference of another word group that is related to: "heart": cor-, cord-.