Unit 2 Seminar Grading To make an A come prepared… Frequent interactions on concepts being discussed by students and instructor Posts are on topic and contribute to the quality of the seminar Arrive on time and stays the entire seminar
Chapter 2 Review Organization of the Body Atoms to Cells Cells to Tissues Tissues to Organs Organs to Body Systems Body Systems to Human Body Cavities Cranial Dorsal Cavity SpinalVentral Cavity Thoracic or chest Abdominal Pelvic Abdominopelvic
Combining Forms of Body Structure Cancer/o, carcin/ocancer Eti/ocause of disease Onc/otumor, mass Path/odisease Somat/obody
Combining Forms that Describe Color erythr/ored cyan/oblue leuk/owhite melan/oblack xanth/oyellow chlor/ogreen chrom/ocolor
Suffixes - al, -ic, -ouspertaining to -cytecell -genicproducing, originating, causing -logistperson who specializes -logythe study of -omatumor, swelling -pathydisease -sisstate of -stasiscontrol, stop, standing
To Summarize Chapter 3 Anatomic position Directional terms Anatomic planes Abdominopelvic regions
Combining Forms of Body Structure aden/o gland cyt/ocell epitheli/oepithelium fibr/ofiber lip/ofat my/omuscle neur/onerve viscer/ointernal organs
Prefixes and Suffixes Prefixes bi- = two uni- = one Suffixes -ad = toward -ior = pertaining to
Abbreviations ant anterior APanteroposterior infinferior lat lateral LLQleft lower quadrant LUQleft upper quadrant med medial PAposteroanterior RLQright lower quadrant RUQright upper quadrant sup superior
True or False? A combining vowel is attached at the beginning of a medical term
False A combing vowel attaches a word root with another word root or suffix and is usually an O
True or False? A suffix is attached at the end of a word root
True A suffix is attached at the end of a word root
True or False? A combining form is a word root with a combing vowel attached
True A combining form is a word root with a combing vowel attached
True or False? The word root is not the core of the medical term but found throughout the medical term
False The word root is the core of the medical term
After Seminar Unit 3 Project You need to research APA writing style Use Kaplan APA 101 document found in the DocSharing Example in Doc Sharing Use the Kaplan writing center Questions Keep up the good work!
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 97-2003 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 (Cont.) 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.) Medical Term Chart: 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.