Medical Language Accelerated approaches medical terminology not as words to be memorized but as a language to be learned. If you treat medical terminology as a language and learn how to read terms like sentences, you will be able to communicate clearly as a health care professional and will be a full participant in the culture of medicine. Memorizing definitions is equal to a traveler memorizing a few phrases in another language to help during a brief vacation: It will help a traveler survive for a few days. But if one is going to live in another culture for an extended period of time, learning to speak and understand the language becomes essential.
1. Introduction to Medical Language
2. Introduction to Health Records
3. The Integumentary System—Dermatology
4. The Musculoskeletal System—Orthopedics
5. The Nervous System—Neurology and Psychiatry
6. The Sensory System—Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology
7. The Endocrine System—Endocrinology
8. The Blood and Lymphatic Systems—Hematology and Immunology
9. The Cardiovascular System–Cardiology
10. The Respiratory System—Pulmonology
11. The Gastrointestinal System—Gastroenterology
12. The Urinary and Male Reproductive Systems—Urology
13. The Female Reproductive System–Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Neonatology
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