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Unit 3 Seminar Medical Terminology. Agenda 1. Seminar Discussion 2. Review Unit 3: Chapters 4 & 5 3. Unit 3 Project 4. Questions.

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1 Unit 3 Seminar Medical Terminology

2 Agenda 1. Seminar Discussion 2. Review Unit 3: Chapters 4 & 5 3. Unit 3 Project 4. Questions

3 Seminar Rubric Frequent interactions on concepts being discussed by students and instructor Posts are on topic and contribute to the quality of the seminar Arriving on time and staying the entire hour of seminar

4 Unit 3 Review Chapter 4 & 5

5 Chapter 4: Integumentary System Prefixes –epi- on, upon, over –intra- within –para- beside, beyond, around, abnormal –per- through –sub- under, below –trans- through, across, beyond Suffixes –-ectomy – excision or surgical removal –-ia –diseased or abnormal state –-it is – inflammation –-malacia – softening –-opsy – view of, viewing –-phagia – eating or swallowing –- plasty –surgical repair –-rrhea –flow, discharge Combining Forms –cutane/o, derm/o, demat/o – skin –hidr/o – sweat –kerat/o – horny tissue, hard –onych/o, ungu/o – nail –seb/o – sebum (oil) –trich/o – hair –aut/o – self –bi/o – life –myc/o – fungus –necr/o – death (cells, body) –staphyl/o – grapelike clusters –strept/o – twisted chains

6 Abbreviations BCCbasal cell carcinoma bx biopsy CMVcytomegalovirus decubpressure sore dermdermatology I&Dincision and drainage IDintradermal SLEsystemic lupus erythematosus SqCCAsquamous cell carcinoma staphstaphylococcus strepstreptococcus subcutsubcutaneous TDtransdermal

7 Chapter 5: Respiratory System Prefixes –A-, an- without, absence of –Endo- within –Eu- normal, good –Pan- all, total –Poly- many, much –Tachy- fast, rapid Suffixes –-algia pain –-cele hernia or protrusion –-centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid –-ectasis stretching out, dilation, expansion –-emia blood condition –-graphy process of recording –-meter instrument used for measuring –-pexy surgical fixation, suspension –-pnea breathing –-rrhagia rapid flow of blood, bursting forth –-scope instrument used for visual exam –-stenosis constriction or narrowing –-thorax chest –-tomy cut into or incision Combining Forms –adenoid/o – adenoids –alvelo/o – alveolus –bronchi/o, bronch/o – bronchus –diaphragmat/o, phren/o – diaphragm –epiglott/o – epiglottis –laryng/o – larynx –lob/o – lobe –nas/o, rhin/o – nose –pharyng/o – pharynx –plur/o – pleura –pneum/o, pneumat/o, pneumon/o – lung, air –pulmon/o – lung –sinus/o – sinus –thorac/o – thorax (chest) –tonsillo/o – tonsil –trache/o -- trachea

8 Abbreviations ABG’sarterial blood gas ARDSadult respiratory distress syndrome CFcystic fibrosis CO 2 carbon dioxide COPDchronic obstructive pulmonary disease CTcomputed tomography CXRchest x-ray fluinfluenza LLLleft lower lobe O 2 oxygen OSAobstructive sleep apnea PFTpulmonary function test TBtuberculosis URIupper respiratory infection

9 True or False The dermis is the outermost layer of the skin

10 False The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin.

11 True or False Hair is composed of compressed, keratinized cells

12 True Hair is composed of compressed, keratinized cells

13 True or False The combining form onych/o and ungu/o means nail

14 True The combining form onych/o and ungu/o means nail

15 True or False Dermatitis means inflammation of the skin

16 True Dermatitis means inflammation of the skin

17 True or False Trichomycosis is an abnormal condition of fungus found in the hair.

18 True Trichomycosis is an abnormal condition of fungus found in the hair.

19 True or False Tinea Pedis is also known as ringworm

20 False Tinea pedis is also known as athlete’s foot.

21 Unit 3 Project For this project, you will find a medical scenario to translate into layman’s terms when defining the conditions and treatments. In the second part of this project, you will find a minimum of 15 medical terms and split them into word roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Define each term. Part 1: Translate the medical scenario as you would to a patient. Part 2: Pick out the medical terms within this scenario and use the provided columns (in the project template) to split them into word roots, prefixes & suffixes, singular and plural endings. Additionally, use the last column to define each term. Submitting Your Project Put your project in a Word document. Save it in a location and with the proper naming convention: username-HS111-section-unit3 project.doc (username is your Kaplan username, section is your course section). When you are ready to submit it, go to the dropbox and complete the steps below: Click the link that says "Submit an Assignment". In the "Submit to Basket" menu, select Unit 3: Project In the "Comments" field, make sure to add at least the title of your paper. Click the "Add Attachments" button. Follow the steps listed to attach your Word document. To view your graded work, come back to the Dropbox or go to the Gradebook after your instructor has evaluated it. Make sure that you save a copy of your submitted project. Unit 3 Project

22 In this project you will find a medical report for Ima Goodbar. This operative report covers Ima’s Case Study, Preoperative Dx, Procedure, Microscopic Examination, and Postprocedural Dx. You are asked to read the report and translate this report into Layman’s terms. This should be limited to 1-2 paragraphs but with complete sentences. Then you will choose 15 medical terms found in the medical report and place them into the Medical Term Chart. Please take a look at the chart below for an example. You will also notice this Project is APA formatted with a title page, Body (Assignment), and Reference Page. You will need to provide the correct APA citations on the Reference Page most likely you will be using your textbook and dictionary. As an example, here is the proper reference citation for your textbook: You cite the dictionary. Brooks, M. L. (2009). Exploring medical language: A student-directed approach. (7 th ed.). St. Louis, MO. Mosby, Elsevier. Directions: For this project, you will find a medical scenario to translate into layman’s terms by defining the conditions and treatments. In the second part you will find a minimum of 15 medical terms and split them into word roots, prefixes & suffixes. Define each term. –Part 1: Translate the medical scenario as you would to a patient. –Part 2: Pick out the medical terms within this report and use the chart below using the three columns to split them into word roots, prefixes & suffixes, singular and plural endings and define each term. Unit 3 Project (Cont.)

23 Medical Term Chart Unit 3 Project (Cont.) Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes Plural/Singular Form Definition of Term 1. Card/i/ologyCardiology (s) Cardiologies (p) The study of the heart 2. micro/scop/icMicroscopic (s)Smaller than the eye can see 3. 4.


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