Exploring medical language: a student-directed approach
In this new edition of a time-tested, proven method, Exploring Medical Language provides the basic knowledge of medical language that students need to communicate clearly and understand communication from other health care team members. This easy-to-use book offers clear presentations of medical terms built from word parts, as well as terms not built from word parts that are sometimes not covered in other texts. It also reviews anatomic terminology. A wealth of exercises help students memorize word parts and their meanings so they can confidently combine parts to form medical terms.
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Introduction to word parts
Structure of the human body
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abnormal condition ADDITIONAL TERMS RELATED Analyze and define anatomical terms bladder bone box to indicate bronchi built from word cervix CF WR Cv chapter check mark completed Objective completing the following definitions and spell diagnostic procedural terms DIAGNOSTIC TERMS RELATED dictate the terms disease Exercise 16 Exercise 20 fallopian tube Figure following exercises glans penis heart incision inflammation INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM kidney larynx Learn the definitions lung LYMPHATIC SYSTEMS medical terms MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM nerve pertaining Place a check Practice saying prefix PRONOUNCE renal pelvis sclera skin someone dictate SPELL ADDITIONAL TERMS SPELL THE DIAGNOSTIC spelled incorrectly Spelling exercise suffix surgical repair SURGICAL TERMS RELATED TERM DEFINITION built terms aloud terms by completing Terms TERM DEFINITION tissue trachea tumor ureter urethra urinary bladder URINARY SYSTEM urine uterus visual examination vulva WORD PARTS INCLUDED word root WR Cv WR WR t Cv WR WR WR Write the combining Write the definitions x-ray film