Dictionary of Medicine

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Peter Collin, 2000 - Medicine - 500 pages
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Defining more than 13,000 terms, this book is essential for professionals in fields such as surgery, general practice, nursing, pharmacy, and dentistry, as well as many other specialized areas. The entries include definitions, parts of speech, example sentences to illustrate the word in context, quotations from newspapers and journals, and encyclopedic comments. With language that varies from technical to conversational, this dictionary proves a useful tool for the beginning student and experienced professional alike. American and British terms are included.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
39
Section 3
63
Section 4
111
Section 5
137
Section 6
162
Section 7
180
Section 8
196
Section 14
293
Section 15
307
Section 16
321
Section 17
373
Section 18
375
Section 19
396
Section 20
446
Section 21
472

Section 9
220
Section 10
241
Section 11
244
Section 12
249
Section 13
266
Section 22
480
Section 23
492
Section 24
498
Section 25
515
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About the author (2000)

P. H. Collin is a lexicographer and author of more than two dozen dictionaries.

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