Essentials of Medical Language, 4th Edition
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Essentials of Medical Language will help you learn the terminology and language of modern health care in a way that bridges the gap between the classroom and a clinical setting.This textbook provides you with terminology, exercises, images and examples you can apply to other courses and within your career. You will step into the role of a health professional in every chapter and experience medical language illustrated through authentic patient cases.
2 The Body as a Whole, Cells, and Genes: The Essentials of the Languages of Anatomy and Genetics
3 The Integumentary System: The Essentials of the Language of Dermatology
4 The Skeletal System: The Essentials of the Language of Orthopedics
5 Muscles and Tendons: The Essentials of the Languages of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
6 The Cardiovascular and Circulatory Systems: The Essentials of the Language of Cardiology
7 The Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems: The Essentials of the Languages of Hematology and Immunology
8 The Respiratory System: The Essentials of the Language of Pulmonology
9 The Digestive System: The Essentials of the Language of Gastroenterology
10 The Nervous System and Mental Health: The Essentials of the Languages of Neurology and Psychiatry
11 Special Senses of the Eye and Ear: The Essentials of the Languages of Ophthalmology and Otology
12 The Endocrine System: The Essentials of the Language of Endocrinology
13 The Urinary System: The Essentials of the Language of Urology
14 The Male Reproductive System: The Essentials of the Language of the Male Reproductive System
15 The Female Reproductive System: The Essentials of the Languages of Gynecology and Obstetrics
16 Infancy to Old Age: The Languages of Pediatrics and Geriatrics
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