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1. Introduction to Medical Language, Body Structure, and Oncology 2. Directional Terms, Planes, Regions, Positions, and Quadrants 3. Integumentary System, Colors, and Plural Endings 4. Respiratory System 5. Urinary System 6. Reproductive Systems 7. Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems 8. Digestive System 9. Eye and Ear 10. Musculoskeletal System 11. Nervous System and Behavioral Health 12. Endocrine System
Appendices A: Word Parts Used in Basic Medical Language B: Abbreviations, Including Error-prone Abbreviation List C: Answers to Exercises
Myrna LaFleur Brooks, RN, BEd, Founding President of the National Association of Health Unit Clerks/Coordinators, Faculty Emeritus, Maricopa County Community College District, Phoenix, AZ and Danielle LaFleur Brooks, MEd, MA, Faculty, Medical Assisting and Allied Health and Science
Community College of Vermont