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Test Bank for Basic Medical Language, 6th Edition by Danielle LaFleur Brooks

By: Danielle LaFleur Brooks
ISBN-10: 0323533191
/ ISBN-13: 9780323533195

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Edition: 6th Edition
Authors: Danielle LaFleur Brooks
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    • Welcome to the New Edition of Basic Medical Language
    • Features
    • Case Studies
    • Objectives
    • Anatomy
    • Career Focus
    • Word Parts
    • Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Pronunciation & Spelling
    • Abbreviations
    • Clinical Categories
    • Practical Application
    • Electronic Health Record (EHR) Modules
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson at a Glance
    • Online Learning Resources at evolve.elsevier.com
    • Practice Student Resources
    • Mobile Resources
    • Gradable Student Resources
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    • How Will I Learn?
    • Word Parts
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Medical Terms Built From Word Parts
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Medical Terms NOT Built From Word Parts
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Abbreviations
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Practical Application
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Review
    • Worktext
    • Online Resources
    • Dear Instructor
    • Online Teaching Resources at evolve.elsevier.com
    • Instructor Resources
    • Assessment
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Lesson 1 Introduction to Medical Language, Body Structure, and Oncology

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Tova Katz
    • Objective 1 Identify the origins of medical language, the four word parts, and the combining form.
    • EXERCISE A Identify Origins of Medical Language
    • Categories of Medical Terms and Learning Methods
    • Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Combining Form
    • Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Define Word Parts, Combining Form, and Categories of Medical Terms
    • Objective 2 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • Body Structure and Oncology
    • Body Tissues
    • Body Cavities and Organs
    • Body Systems
    • Pronunciation
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 4 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 5 Identify body structure and oncology terms.
    • EXERCISE I Body Structure Terms
    • EXERCISE J Oncology Terms
    • Objective 6 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE K Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE L Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE M Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • Objective 7 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE N Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE O Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 2 Directional Terms, Positions, and Imaging

    • Objectives
    • Case Study A’idah Khalil
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell directional terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Directional Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts related to anatomic
    • Anatomic Planes and Imaging
    • Abdominopelvic Regions
    • Patient Positions
    • EXERCISE C Learn Anatomic Planes, Abdominopelvic Regions, and Patient Positions
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell Anatomic Planes, Abdominopelvic Regions, and Patient Positions
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • Abdominopelvic Quadrants
    • EXERCISE E Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms.
    • EXERCISE F Directional Terms
    • EXERCISE G Anatomic Planes
    • EXERCISE H Abdominopelvic Regions
    • EXERCISE I Patient Positions
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE J Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Procedure for Palpating Arterial Pulses
    • EXERCISE K Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE L Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE M Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE N Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 3 Integumentary System, Colors, and Plural Endings

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Amanda Sheehan
    • Introduction to the Integumentary System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Integumentary System
    • Functions of the Integumentary System
    • How the Integumentary System Works
    • Colors
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate medical terms
    • EXERCISE I Learn Plural Endings
    • Objective 5 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE J Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE K Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE L Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE M Medical Terms Related to the Integumentary System and Colors
    • Objective 6 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE N Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE O Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE P Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • Objective 7 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE Q Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE R Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 4 Respiratory System

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Roberta Pawlaski
    • Introduction to the Respiratory System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Respiratory System
    • Functions of the Respiratory System
    • How the Respiratory System Works
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Respiratory System
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Online Electronic Health Records
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 5 Urinary System

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Tyrone Parker
    • Introduction to the Urinary System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Urinary System
    • Functions of the Urinary System
    • How the Urinary System Works
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Urinary System
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 6 Reproductive Systems

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Cindy Collier and Rajive Modi
    • Introduction to the Reproductive Systems
    • Anatomic Structures of the Female Reproductive System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Male Reproductive System
    • Functions of the Reproductive Systems
    • How the Reproductive Systems Work
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE L Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Reproductive Systems
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 7 Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Natalia Krouse
    • Introduction to the Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
    • Anatomic Structures of the Cardiovascular System
    • Functions of the Cardiovascular System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Lymphatic System
    • Functions of the Lymphatic System
    • How the Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems Work
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms related to Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 8 Digestive System

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Ruth Clifton
    • Introduction to the Digestive System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Digestive System
    • Functions of the Digestive System
    • How the Digestive System Works
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Digestive System
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 9 Eye and Ear

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Javier Berjarano
    • Introduction to the Eye and the Ear
    • Anatomic Structures of the Eye
    • Function of the Eye
    • Anatomic Structures of the Ear
    • Functions of the Ear
    • How the Eye and the Ear Work
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Eye and Ear
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 10 Musculoskeletal System

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Shanti Mehra
    • Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Musculoskeletal System
    • Functions of the Musculoskeletal System
    • How the Musculoskeletal System Works
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Musculoskeletal System
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 11 Nervous System and Behavioral Health

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Koji Kaneshiro
    • Introduction to the Nervous System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Nervous System
    • Functions of the Nervous System
    • How the Nervous System Works
    • Aspects of Behavioral Health
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE C Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE D Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE E Label
    • EXERCISE F Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE G Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE H Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE I Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE J Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE K Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • EXERCISE L Surgical Procedure
    • EXERCISE M Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE N Medical Terms Related to the Nervous System and Behavioral Health
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE P Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE Q Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE R Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE S Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE T Lesson Content Quiz

Lesson 12 Endocrine System

    • Objectives
    • Case Study Nascha Tohe
    • Introduction to the Endocrine System
    • Anatomic Structures of the Endocrine System
    • Functions of the Endocrine System
    • How the Endocrine System Works
    • Objective 1 Build, translate, pronounce, and spell medical terms built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE A Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE B Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 2 Define, pronounce, and spell medical terms NOT built from word parts.
    • EXERCISE C Label
    • EXERCISE D Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • EXERCISE E Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Objective 3 Write abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE F Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Objective 4 Identify medical terms by clinical category.
    • EXERCISE G Signs and Symptoms
    • EXERCISE H Diseases and Disorders
    • EXERCISE I Diagnostic Tests
    • EXERCISE J Surgical Procedures
    • EXERCISE K Specialties and Professions
    • EXERCISE L Medical Terms Related to the Endocrine System
    • Objective 5 Use medical language in clinical statements, the case study, and a medical record.
    • EXERCISE M Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • EXERCISE N Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • EXERCISE O Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • EXERCISE P Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Objective 6 Recall and assess knowledge of word parts, medical terms, and abbreviations.
    • EXERCISE Q Online Review of Lesson Content
    • EXERCISE R Lesson Content Quiz

Appendix A Word Parts Used in Basic Medical Language

Appendix B Abbreviations

    • Institute for Safe Medication Practices’ List of Error-Prone Abbreviations, Symbols, and Dose Desi

Appendix C Answer Key

    • Lesson 1
    • Exercise A
    • Identify Origins of Medical Language
    • Exercise B
    • Define Word Parts, Combining Form, and Categories of Medical Terms
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise G
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise H
    • Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Exercise I
    • Body Structure Terms
    • Exercise J
    • Oncology Terms
    • Exercise K
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise L
    • Apply Medical Terms to Case Study
    • Exercise M
    • Use Medical Language in Documents
    • Exercise N
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise O
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 2
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Directional Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Learn Anatomic Planes, Abdominopelvic Regions, and Patient Positions
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell Anatomic Planes, Abdominopelvic Regions, and Patient Positions
    • Exercise E
    • Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Exercise F
    • Directional Terms
    • Exercise G
    • Anatomic Planes
    • Exercise H
    • Abdominopelvic Regions
    • Exercise I
    • Patient Positions
    • Exercise J
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise K
    • Apply Medical Terms
    • Exercise L
    • Use Medical Language in Documents
    • Exercise M
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise N
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 3
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise G
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise H
    • Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Exercise I
    • Learn Plural Endings
    • Exercise J
    • Signs and Symptoms
    • Exercise K
    • Diseases and Disorders
    • Exercise L
    • Specialties and Professions
    • Exercise M
    • Medical Terms Related to the Integumentary System and Colors
    • Exercise N
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise O
    • Apply Medical Terms to Case Study
    • Exercise P
    • Use Medical Language in a Document
    • Exercise Q
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise R
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 4
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise G
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical NOT Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise H
    • Abbreviate Medical Terms
    • Exercise I
    • Signs and Symptoms
    • Exercise J
    • Diseases and Disorders
    • Exercise K
    • Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • Exercise L
    • Surgical Procedures
    • Exercise M
    • Specialties and Professions
    • Exercise N
    • Medical Terms Related to the Respiratory System
    • Exercise O
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise P
    • Apply Medical Terms to Case Study
    • Exercise Q
    • Use Medical Language in Documents
    • Exercise R
    • Use Medical Language in Online Electronic Health Records
    • Exercise S
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise T
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 5
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise G
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise H
    • Write abbreviations
    • Exercise I
    • Signs and Symptoms
    • Exercise J
    • Diseases and Disorders
    • Exercise K
    • Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • Exercise L
    • Surgical Procedures
    • Exercise M
    • Specialties and Professions
    • Exercise N
    • Medical Terms related to the Urinary System
    • Exercise O
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise P
    • Apply Medical Terms to the Case Study
    • Exercise Q
    • Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • Exercise R
    • Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Exercise S
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise T
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 6
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise G
    • Pronounce and Spell Medical NOT Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise H
    • Write Abbreviations
    • Exercise I
    • Signs and Symptoms
    • Exercise J
    • Diseases and Disorders
    • Exercise K
    • Surgical Procedures
    • Exercise L
    • Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
    • Exercise M
    • Specialties and Professions
    • Exercise N
    • Medical Terms Related to the Reproductive Systems
    • Exercise O
    • Use Medical Terms in Clinical Statements
    • Exercise P
    • Apply Medical Terms to Case Study
    • Exercise Q
    • Use Medical Terms in a Document
    • Exercise R
    • Use Medical Language in Electronic Health Records Online
    • Exercise S
    • Online Review of Lesson Content
    • Exercise T
    • Lesson Content Quiz
    • Lesson 7
    • Exercise A
    • Build and Translate Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise B
    • Pronounce and Spell Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise C
    • Build and Translate MORE Medical Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise D
    • Pronounce and Spell MORE Terms Built from Word Parts
    • Exercise E
    • Label
    • Exercise F
    • Learn Medical Terms NOT Built from Word Parts
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    • Specialties and Professions
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    • Lesson 9
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    • Use Medical Terms in a Document
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    • Diagnostic Tests and Equipment
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    • Specialties and Professions
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    • Signs and Symptoms
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    • Diseases and Disorders
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    • Surgical Procedure
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    • Specialties and Professions
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    • Medical Terms Related to the Nervous System and Behavioral Health
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    • Use Medical Language in a Document
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    • Lesson 12
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    • Abbreviate Medical Terms
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    • Signs and Symptoms
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    • Diseases and Disorders
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    • Diagnostic Tests
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    • Specialties and Professions
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    • Medical Terms Related to the Endocrine System
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Appendix D Pharmacology Terms

Appendix E Health Information Technology Terms

Illustration Credits

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Index

    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • M
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
    • T
    • U
    • V
    • W
    • X
    • Y

Common Terminology

    • Common Plural Endings for Medical Terms

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