Medical Terminology: An Illustrated Guide

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Lippincott-Raven, 1998 - Medical - 572 pages
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Both you and your students will love this text's organization and easy-to-read style Now in its Third Edition, this richly illustrated guide serves as a comprehensive introduction to medical terminology. It provides extensive coverage of those terms relating to normal structure and function, disorders, diagnosis and treatment. Numerous illustrations throughout the book -- many in brilliant four-color -- enhance informative coverage of normal anatomy, physiology and clinical material. A great variety of study exercises -- including many colorful flashcards -- maximize learning potential in either the classroom setting or for self-paced learning

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Part Introduction to Medical Terminology
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