cervic-, cervico-, cervici-, cervi- +

(Latin: neck; head-joint, throat)

Here is a special article about the Neck and Throat.

Inflammation of the cervix and vagina.
Referring to the neck and the back.
cervicodynia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Pain in the neck or a neck pain: Dr. Smart told Mr. Samson that his cervicodynia could have come from a poor sleeping position, from a ruptured disk, or from an injury, and would have to be examined more carefully.
cervicofacial (adjective) (not comparable)l
Relating to the neck and the face: Grace had cervicofacial injuries after falling off her bike, and her face and neck were bleeding.
cervicogenic headache
A headache; especially, such pain that comes from the back of the neck and head
cervicography (s) (noun), cervicographies (pl)
A technique for photographing part or all of the uterine cervix.

Cervicography is a diagnostic medical procedure in which a non-physician takes pictures of the cervix and submits them to a physician for interpretation.

The procedure of Cervicography is considered a screening test for cervical cancer.

Pertaining to or involving the neck and the arm.
cervicolingual (adjective)
Pertaining to the lingual surface of the neck of a tooth; also linguocervical.
Referring to or affecting the muscles of the neck.
A reference to the neck and the occiput (back part of the head or skull).
Pertaining to the neck and the muscles of the orbit (bony cavity in which the eyeball sits together with its associated muscles, blood vessels, and nerves).
Plastic surgery on the cervix of the uterus or on the neck.
Referring to the neck and the scapula (the flat, triangular bone in the back of the shoulder; the shoulder blade).
A reference to the neck and the thorax (the chest, or area of the body located between the neck and the abdomen that contains the lungs, the heart and part of the aorta).
1. An incision in the neck.
2. Incision into the cervix uteri.

Cross references related to "neck, throat" word families: coll-; esophag-; guttur-; laryng-; nuch-; trachel-.