Medical Office Transcription: An Introduction to Medical Transcription Text-Workbook
McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Jan 31, 2002 - Medical - 224 pages
Students use this 12-chapter text-workbook and accompanying dictation program to learn to transcribe, proof, and edit a variety of medical documents, including chart notes, history and physical reports, consultations, office procedures notes, x-ray reports, and more. New chapter includes review and case studies. Prerequisites include familiarity with basic English, keyboarding and transcription skills, and knowledge of basic medical terminology.
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Introduction to Medical Transcription
The Patients Medical Record
The Integumentary System
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AAMT abbreviations abdomen abnormal amylase analgesic antibiotic antipyretic Appendix artery assess basic medical transcription begin the transcription bilirubin bladder blood pressure blood vessels body bone Building Your Medical chapter are described CHECKOFF chest Circle the correct Clinical clot Column Correct Punctuation cranial nerves Debra Litman diabetes Directions Match disease conditions endocrine system exam examination excessive fluid format function gland glucose heart hematochezia hemoglobin HINTS FOR TRANSCRIPTION hormones infection inflammation Integumentary System John Blackburn kidney lesion Letter liver located lungs MEANING medical transcription medical transcription guidelines medical transcriptionist muscle Name Date Exercise nervous system organs pain Pap smear physician prepared for transcription procedural terms pulmonary respiratory skin spinal cord Study each term's Style Tip surgery Symptoms and Disease TERM PRONUNCIATION term's spelling terms that appear thyroid tion tissue tract transcribing medical documents TRANSCRIPTION CHECKOFF SHEET TYPE OF DICTATION ureter urethra urinary urinary system urine uterus vertebra word x-ray