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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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    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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    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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    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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    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 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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    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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    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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    Cassie Gremillion Medical Terminology Spring Pressession 2014 Homework 10 page 685 review of terms 1. Ankylosis- abnormal condition of stiffness (often referring to fixation of a joint, such as the result of chronic rheumatoid arthritis) The patient was experiencing rheumatoid arthritis more and...

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    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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    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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    example Clomid, a prescription and a catheter placement in the uterine cavity has increased pregnancy by 12 to 15%. REFERENCES: Medical Terminology Systems w/TermPlus 3.o. 7th Edition. F.A. Davis Company, 2013. VitalBook file. South University. http://www.webmd.com/infertility-and-repro...

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    Course Key The Course Key listed below provides prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms that will help you form your knowledge base for medical terminology and prepare you for course assignments. Use this list as a reference throughout the course. 1. -AL | PERTAINING TO | 26. MY/O | MUSCLE | ...

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    Unit 1 IP Medical Terminology 1. Please define what a root, prefix, suffix and combining form is in medical terminology? A. Root- B. Prefix- C. Suffix- D. Combining form- 2. Define eponychium. What are the root, suffix and prefix? A. Meaning- B. Root- C. Suffix- D. Prefix- 3. What are the...

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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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    andr/o - male crypt/o - hidden epididym/o - epididym orch/o, orchi/o, orchid/o, testicul/o - testis or testicle prostat/o - prostate spermat/o - sperm vas/o - vessel vesicul/o - bladder spermia - absence of sperm cells in semen cervic/o - neck; cervix (neck of uterus) chori/o - chorion (outermost...

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    Medical Terminology Medical Terminology has a history in Latin and Greek languages. Many of the terms used back in the days are used today resulting in new medical concepts regarding disease, treatment and containment. Medical records were all written by hand, which allowed for books to be created...

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    Ambre Maurer BIOL 2401.041 08/28/2013 The health related article that I read was called, “Age Page: High Blood Pressure”. http://www.nia.nih.gov/health/publication/high-blood-pressure Having high blood pressure is something that can happen to anyone, whether or not the person is young or old....

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