Elsevier Adaptive Learning for Quick & Easy Medical Terminology (Access Card), 8th Edition
Corresponding chapter-by-chapter to Quick & Easy Medical Terminology, 8th Edition, Elsevier Adaptive Learning combines the power of brain science with sophisticated, patented Cerego algorithms to help you learn faster and remember longer. It’s fun; it’s engaging; and it’s constantly tracking your performance and adapting to deliver content precisely when it’s needed to ensure core information is transformed into lasting knowledge.
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Part One: The Basics 1. Simplified Medical Language 2. Suffixes and Combining Forms Made Easy 3. Essential Prefixes and More 4. Diagnostic Procedures and Therapeutic Interventions 5. The Body as a Whole
Part Two: Body Systems 6. Musculoskeletal System 7. Circulatory System 8. Respiratory System 9. Digestive System 10. Urinary System 11. Reproductive System 12. Integumentary System 13. Nervous System and Psychologic Disorders 14. Special Sensory Organs of the Peripheral Nervous System 15. Endocrine System
Part Three: Appendixes I. Medical Abbreviations a. Abbreviations and Their Meanings b. Finding Medical Abbreviations II. Word Parts a. Alphabetized Word Parts and Meanings b. English Terms and Corresponding Word Parts III. Answers to Exercises
Peggy C. Leonard, BA, MT, MEd, Chesterfield, MO