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AS ankylosing spondylitis; aortic stenosis; auris sinistra (left ear)

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The "a-" usually becomes "an-" before a vowel as, for example, in anemia (without blood), anotia (no ear), anoxia (no oxygen). The prefix "a-" comes from the Greek meaning "not."

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S - without (sans) SX - symptoms. S/S - signs and symptoms.

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