Instructor's guide for medical terminology simplified: a programmed learning approach by body system

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F.A. Davis, Jun 1, 1998 - Medical - 215 pages
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Using a programmed learning format, this user-friendly, four-color book allows students to learn medical terminology at their own pace. The material is divided into small, easy-to-read units called frames. Each frame ends with a fill-in sentence or question that tests readers' understanding of the frame's content.

The text begins with the basic components of medical terminology -- suffixes, prefixes, word roots, and combining forms -- and presents the material according to the major body systems.

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Medical Terminology Simplified

User Review  - mauwit - Overstock.com

An excellent book to learn and reenforce terminology that is 99% memorization. The authors have constructed a great way to learn, especially when one utilizes the cds that come with the book. Read full review

I was amazed!

User Review  - tillie424 - Overstock.com

This is a great book! I have never learned so much, so fast. Pure Genius! I can't say enough good things about it. If you need to know medical terminology this is the book to learn it from. And this is where to get it from. Very Satisfied. Thank you. ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS Introduction Suggested Course Outlines and Distance Learning
1
Student Outcomes and Unit Tests
6
Digestive System
11
Copyright

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