Exploring Medical Language Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card), 11th Edition
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Master medical terms on your terms! A combination text/workbook, Exploring Medical Language, 11th Edition provides exercises that make it easy to build an understanding of medical terminology. Organized by body system, medical terms are divided into two categories: 1) Words built from word parts, and 2) Words NOT built from word parts. Fun and engaging exercises help you first learn word parts and then learn how to combine the parts into full medical terms that make sense. The text also comes packaged with paper flashcards. For more practice, you can visit an Evolve website with games, activities, flashcards and practice exams. From well-known educators Danielle LaFleur Brooks, Myrna LaFleur Brooks, and Dale Levinsky, this learning package helps you gain fluency in medical language and communicate clearly in the health care setting.
- Comprehensive coverage of medical terminology creates a distinction between terms built from word parts, which are usually based on Greek or Latin, and those terms NOT built from word parts, which are based on eponyms, acronyms, or terms from modern language.
- Systematic presentation provides a foundation of word parts (prefix, suffix, word root, and combining vowel), then builds words by combining the parts.
- Case studies ask you to interpret medical terms used in medical records and to translate everyday language into medical language.
- Full-color illustrations encourage you to apply the meaning of word parts by labeling anatomical figures.
- Abbreviations tables introduce abbreviated medical terms related to chapter content, and are supplemented with exercises, flashcards, and practice quizzes.
- Reviews of word parts and terms provide the practice you absolutely need to define, pronounce, and spell medical terminology.
- More than 400 flashcards allow you to review word parts whenever and wherever you want.
- Interactive exercises and games on the Evolve website provide endless opportunities to practice building, hearing, and spelling terms.
- Medical Terminology Online (MTO) provides accessible, interactive exercises and supplementary content in a course companion to help you master the medical terminology presented in the text. With Elsevier Adaptive Learning accessible within the modules, MTO allows you to learn faster by delivering content precisely when it’s needed, and it constantly tracks your performance! Available separately.
- NEW! Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing (EAQ) is now available for separate purchase–Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing is a highly effective, formative evaluation tool that strengthens your knowledge and confidence with high-quality practice questions. Through personalized quizzing, you and your instructors can identify weak topic areas and develop simple strategies to improve your results.
- NEW! Organization of word part tables in each chapter allows you to learn body systems in any order.
- NEW! Clinical note-taking exercises provide practice with how to convert common symptoms into correct medical terminology.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Medical Language and Online Learning
Chapter 2 Body Structure, Color, and Oncology
Chapter 3 Directional Terms, Planes, Positions, Regions, and Quadrants
Chapter 4 Integumentary System
Chapter 5 Respiratory System and Introduction to Diagnostic Procedures and Tests
Chapter 6 Urinary System
Chapter 7 Male Reproductive System
Chapter 8 Female Reproductive System
Chapter 9 Obstetrics and Neonatology
Chapter 10 Cardiovascular, Blood, Lymph and Immune
Chapter 11 Digestive System
Chapter 12 Eye
Chapter 13 Ear
Chapter 14 Musculoskeletal System
Chapter 15 Nervous System and Behavioral Health
Chapter 16 Endocrine System
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, Danielle LaFleur Brooks, MA, Med, Faculty, Community Colleges of Vermont and Dale M Levinsky, MD, Instructor, University of Arizona College of Medicine