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Medical Language for Modern Health Care, Second Edition, uses Contextual Learning Theory to introduce medical terminology within a healthcare environment. Chapters are broken into lessons that introduce and define terminology through the context of A & P, pathology, and clinical and diagnostic procedures/tests. Each 2-page spread covers one topic at a time, offering contextual content, a Word Analysis and Definition Table, and exercises all in one place. Word Analysis and Definition Tables provide a color-coded guide to word parts and combining forms, as well as definitions and pronunciations. With unfolding patient case studies and documentation, students are introduced to various roles in the healthcare environment, illustrating the real-life application of medical terminology in modern health care while facilitating active learning.
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1 Anatomy of Word Building—The Language of Health Care2 The Body as a Whole—The Language of Anatomy3 Integumentary System—The Language of Dermatology4 Special Senses of the Eye and Ear—The Language of Ophthalmology and Otology5 Musculoskeletal System—The Language of Orthopedics6 Digestive System—The Language of Gastroenterology7 Blood—The Language of Hematology8 Cardiovascular System—The Language of Cardiology9 Respiratory System—The Language of Pulmonology10 Nervous System—The Language of Neurology11 Urinary System—The Language of Urology12 Male Reproductive System—The Language of Reproduction13 Female Reproductive System—The Language of Gynecology and Obstetrics14 Endocrine System—The Language of Endocrinology15 Lymphatic and Immune Systems—The Language of Immunology16 Life Span—The Languages of Pediatrics and Gerontology17 Nutrition—The Language of Nutrition18 Rehabilitation Medicine—The Language of Rehabilitation19 Mental Health—The Language of Psychology and Psychiatry20 Infection—The Language of Infectious Diseases21 Genetics—The Language of DNA22 Cancer—The Language of Oncology23 Complementary and Alternative Medicine—The Language of CAM
Posted April 7, 2011
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