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procto

[prok-toh] /ˈprɒk toʊ/
noun, plural proctos. Informal.
Origin
by shortening

procto-

1.
a combining form meaning “anus,” “rectum,” used in the formation of compound words:
proctoscope.
Also, especially before a vowel, proct-.
Origin
< Greek prōkto-, combining form of prōktós
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British Dictionary definitions for procto

procto-

combining form
1.
indicating the anus or rectum: proctology
Word Origin
from Greek prōktos
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procto in Medicine

procto- or proct-
pref.
Anus or rectum: proctalgia.

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Related Abbreviations for procto

procto

proctoscopy
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