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  • Medical Terminology Notes

    Medical Terminology 8/28/13 The ninth edition of the book is totally fine.YAY. But we need the book. Do a browser check. Blackboard specialist (561) 868-3100 Three things due for each chapter. 1. Upload the test yourself stuff.(try to save it as a pdf file.) 2. If you close a test, you cannot...

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  • Medical Terminology

    that eliminating medical abbreviations would reduce errors because many abbreviations are very similar and people get confused between them, however, if abbreviations were eliminated it would make it very difficult on medical professionals. They would have to write out very lengthy medical terms. According...

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  • Medical Terminology

    which is secreted directly into the bloodstream instead of exiting the body through ducts. 25. Endocrinologist- a physician who specializes in the medical practice of treating the diseases and disorders of the endocrine system. 26. Endocrinology- the field of medicine that deals with the study of...

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    MEDICAL ERRORS By: Sara Unger While identifying reasons why medical errors occur and constructing models of how to manage them has proved relatively straightforward, implementing and meaningfully evaluating solutions in 'real-world' settings has proven considerably more difficult. From an information...

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  • Medical Terminology

    correct definition of epistaxis is (Points : 1)       high-pitched upper airway sound heard without a stethoscope, indicating airway obstruction; a medical emergency        O2 deficiency        common cold        nosebleed | 82. The correct definition of hernia is: (Points : 1)       partial or complete...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Introduction To Medical Terminology What is Medical Terminology? It is the language of medicine. When studying this subject you will find that most medical words are divided into 3 categories: terms made from word parts; terms not made from word parts; terms which are eponyms (condition named for...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Sarah Hampton Medical Terminology & Coding Medical Terminilogy Report Medical terminology is a language for accurately describing the human body and associated components, conditions, processes and process in a science-based manner. Medical terminology is important in the medical field because...

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    Radio Lab - Personality Steven Johnson Wrote a book – a bio feedback Hooked up to a bunch of sensors and probs Body in motion Made a joke – had a huge spike in the screen - book about the brain (what part likes coke or pepsi) Sleepers as they dream 7th century Venice Created mirrors “That’s...

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    1 Diabetes (diabetes mellitus) is considered to be metabolism disorder. Metabolism can be described as the way our body uses the digested food for growth and energy. The food that we eat, most of it anyway, can be broken down into glucose. Glucose is the form of sugar in our blood and it gives our...

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  • Medical Terminology

    to up, but she was kept 16) supine until all of her injuries are evaluated. 1) ♀: is for female since there is no abbreviation for this word, the medical community uses a symbol. 2) pt: is for patient. 3) LAx.: is for left armpit 4) Lumbar region: lower back 5) Ax.: armpit 6) C-spine: neck 7) L...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Medical Terminology, HIT 107, Research Project # 40903200 1. How can eliminating abbreviations reduce errors? Abbreviations are usually used for convenience, to save space and to avoid the trouble of spelling out the word fully. Abbreviations are used in medical records and in medical language...

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    HANDOUT 14.1 14 MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM PRETEST Circle the correct answer. 1. The medical term for collar bone is a. mandible. b. scapula. c. sternum. d. clavicle. 2. The movement in which a limb is placed in a straight position is a. eversion. b. inversion...

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  • Medical Terminology

    8/28/2012 Analyze Medical Terms by the prefix, words roots, and suffixes Provide the singular and plural form of each Medical Term Provide a Short Definition of the Medical Term (1) Technical (2) Layman Provide Word Building from the Word Root found in the First Column Odyn/o/phagia Odynophagia (s) ...

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  • Medical terminology

    means nerve, so choices neurectomy and neurotomy can be ruled out right away. Objective: Use combining forms, prefixes, and suffixes to build medical terms. Text pages: 10, 12 MTO: Section I, Lesson 3.9 Question 7 Match the word part to its correct spot to create a term that means the study ...

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  • Medical Terminology

    proceedures of the muscular system  | THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM:  In this module you will learn to recognize, define, spell, and pronounce a number of medical terms.  You will also be tested on information found in the topics below.  Also study Chapter Four of your book for more information on these topics...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Week 4 Discussion Activity/Assignment: Due March 1st (for those of you who have not already posted or sent me an e-mail response) Write a simple answer about 4 or 5 sentences for Part 1. You must complete Part 1 and 2 of the assignment to receive full credit. If you do not have at least 4 sentences...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Here at Seattle Grace Hospital, we strive to give our patients the best care possible. We hold nothing back and will do what we can for each and every one without hesitation. Our patients trust us with their lives and we hold that dearly. The following report will give you a full description of each...

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    08/12/13 1. MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY Aneurysm (AN-ū-rizm) A thin, weakened section of the wall of an artery or a vein that bulges outward, forming a balloonlike sac. Common causes are atherosclerosis, syphilis, congenital blood vessel defects, and trauma. If untreated, the aneurysm enlarges...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Medical Terminology- Study Guide Chapter #1: Combining Form 1. Aden/o- gland 2. Arthr/o- joint 3. Bi/o- life 4. Carcin/o- cancerous 5. Cardi/o- heart 6. Cephal/o- head 7. Cerebr/o- brain...

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  • Medical Terminology

    Jessie Conyers Medical Terminology II Chapter 12 Review Section A Across 6. Cholecystectomy 7. Hemorrhoids 8. Pancreatitis 10. Ceiloplasty Down 1. Amylase 2. Dysphagia 3. Colostomy 4. Hernia 5. Herniorrhaphy 9. Ileus Section B 1. Chyme 2. Deciduous 3. Defecation 4. Gavage 5....

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