Simple straigthforward defintions in understandable language with cross-referencing done meticulously. Cross-referencing is a very important part of dictionaries. In many Stedman's dictionaries, for example, you are sent to entries that don't exist or words are defined with medical terms not in the dictionary. Our dictionary uses common language as much as possible or uses medical terms that appear in the dictionary or are explained where they are used.
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Table of Contents
About the Authors
How to Use This Dictionary
Anatomical Plates (1-48)