Instructor's Guide for Medical Terminology Simplified: A Programmed Learning Approach by Body System

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F.A. Davis, Jul 1, 1997 - Medicine - 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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CONTENTS Introduction Suggested Course Outlines and Distance Learning
Student Outcomes and Unit Tests
Digestive System

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Common terms and phrases

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