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The Human Body in Health and Disease. Anatomic Reference Systems Used to Describe the location and functions of body parts; body planes body directions.
Medical Terminology. It is nearly impossible for even the most experienced health professional to be familiar with every medical term. However, knowledge.
Introduction. Basics Most medical words are comprised of 3 sections Most medical words are comprised of 3 sections –Root –Prefix –Suffix To define a medical.
Ch 8 The Digestive System. Terms Pharynx- pharyng/o- transports food from the mouth to the esophagus Esophagus- esophag/o- transports food from the.
ANALYZING AND DESCRIBING SYMPTOMS. Main Symptom: What seems to be the problem? I don’t feel very well. What brings you here today? I have a stomachache.
Copyright ©2012 Delmar, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Chapter 4 Understanding and Building Medical Terms of Body Systems Copyright ©2012 Delmar,
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 1. Using medical terminology Medical terminology is used in: ◦ conversation with other professionals ◦ medical charting and documentation.
7th Edition Medical Terminology for Health Professions Ann Ehrlich/Carol L.Schroeder © 2013 Delmar, Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved The Digestive.
Medical Terminology. Objectives Upon completion of this unit you will be able to: –Identify and define the four word parts –Identify and define a combining.
Health Communications Unit B. Root Words Albin- White Aden- Gland Angio- Blood Vessel Arterio- Artery Arthro- Joint Blepharo- Eyelid Bucca- Cheek Carcin-
Medical Terminology Lecture 4 Chapter 2 (continued)
Abdomin/o abdomen. Arteri/o artery Arthr/o joint.
Med Terms Principles of Health Science. Prefixes – usually indicate location, time, or number and come at the beginning of a word Suffixes – usually indicate.
Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1991 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Basic Word Structure.
Medical Language What did you say ?. Medical Language Medical language is used by all members of the healthcare team. It is essential to develop the.
Med Terms Principles of Health Science. Dr. Smith enters the nurse’s station and begins to dictate notes that say Mrs. Jones needs to have an exploratory.
Chondroblasts Cells that make up the cartilidge.
Medical Terminology Miss Samah Ishtieh 12\6/2011 6/11/20111.
Medical Terminology Medical Abbreviations Prefix / Suffix.
UNIT 6 SEMINAR Welcome. 1. Seminar Discussion 2. Unit 6 Review 3. Questions.
Doctor 의 사 Registered Nurse 등 록 간 호 사 Radiological Technologist 방 사 선 사 Dental Hygienist 치 위 생 사.
JOSE A.S. SANTIAGO M.D.. 2 Roots grouped according to body systems Remember each root more easily by associating a mental picture of the organ to.
Chapter 1 The Human Body: An Orientation. Membranes in the Ventral Body Cavity Serous Membrane or Serosa – Double layered membrane that covers the walls.
Medical Terminology Prefixes, Roots & Suffixes. Flash Cards RootsRoots PrefixesPrefixes SuffixesSuffixes Yellow – 70Yellow – 70 Pink – 36Pink – 36 Blue.
UNIT 2 Organization of the Body. Body Systems Cells Tissues Organs Systems.
Blephar/o eyelid or eyelash. Brachi/o arm or foreleg.
JOSE A.S. SANTIAGO M.D.. Suffixes – Pathologic Conditions -algiapain -dyniapain -emesisvomiting.
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY Most medical terms are formed by a combination of basic word parts.
. Component 3-Terminology in Healthcare and Public Health Settings Unit 1-Understanding Medical Words Lecture 1a- Word Roots This material was developed.
Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1991 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Organization of the Body.
JOSE S. SANTIAGO M.D.. -gram record; writing Angi/o- blood vessel Angiogram- record of the blood vessel (by the use of X-rays)
1 Medical Terminology Essentials – Chapter 14 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.
© 2009 Delmar, Cengage Learning Chapter 8 The Digestive System.
Each person gets a card (or two) with a word part (definition is on the back) Find other word parts to create a term (1 or 2) Together as a group,
ROOT WORDS Digestive and Urinary Systems Heather Wipijewski CVT ALAT This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded under the President’s Community-Based.
Digestive System Chapter 8 Key Word Parts. An/o Ring Having to do with the Anus Anus – The lower opening of the digestive tract. – The flow of waste through.
Veterinary Science Terminology Drills Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots.
7th Edition Medical Terminology for Health Professions Ann Ehrlich/Carol L.Schroeder © 2013 Delmar, Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved The Respiratory.
HTHS 1101 Chapter 1 Introduction to Medical language.
Prefix, Suffix and Root Words. Introduction 1.A- 2.Ab- 3.-asis 4.Cephal- 5.Dis- 6.E- 7.Homeo- 8. Integu- 9.-stat 10.-tomy.
Medical Terms. CHRONDROMALACIA CHRONDRO + MALACIA cartilage + abnormal softening Abnormal softening of cartilage.
NURS 1103 or HLSC 2613 Medical Terminology. Welcome.
Chapter-1: Basic Word Structure Tri-State Business Institute MD000 Medical Terminology 1 Micheal H. McCabe, EMT-P.
Learning Objectives System and Chapter Terms/abbreviations (quizlet) Assessment and first aid action for life threatening condition: Heart attack Difficulty.
واژه شناسی پزشکی. -Skull -Ear -Eardrum -Pharynx -Esophagus -Bronchus -Skin -Breast - cranio -Oto -Tympan -Pharyngo -Esophago -broncho -Dermo -Mast.
Medical Terminology Lecture 3 Chapter 1 & 2. Abdomin/o Abdomen Abdominal cavity.
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