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I want to ask a terminology question. A couple actually.

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I want to ask a terminology question. A couple actually.
First one:
My teacher said that dolichocephalic is both a prefix and a combining form. Is that possible
Second:
I am doing practice. Does dolichocephalic have one or two combining forms? The practice test asks me to underline the combining form. Does cephalic only become the second combining forms when the term actually involves another o?
My instructor tells me that -pnea does not fall into the suffix category for anemia and dyspnea so we do not list it down. Why is the case when tachypnea is obviously prefix/suffix?
Sorry I meant dyspnea or apnea.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Mr. Gregory White replied 1 year ago.
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