By Betty Davis Jones

Liberate an entire new international of data with this finished creation to scientific terminology! geared up via physique approach and distinctiveness components of perform, emphasis is put on anatomy and body structure, pathological stipulations, and diagnostic suggestions and techniques. The examine of notice elements, the root of clinical terminology, is built-in into each bankruptcy, which ends up in powerful comprehension. Simple-to-complex definitions improve your skill to learn and interpret clinical phrases in experiences and charts.

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The prefix that means all is: a. panb. postc. trid. hemi9. The prefix that means after or behind is: a. pseudob. panc. postd. ante10. The prefix that means within is: a. ectob. endoc. hemid. primiNumber correct ϫ 10 points/correct answer: Your score % 31 32 CHAPTER 2 C. Cre ate a Word Using the prefixes listed, create a word that best completes each statement dealing with position and direction. If you need assistance, refer to your list of prefixes within the chapter. After you have determined the correct prefix, write the word (without the divisions) in the space provided.

Acute cholecystitis with cholelithiasis 2. Possible melanoma of right forearm TREATMENT: 1. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy 2. Excisional biopsy of mole on right forearm, negative FOLLOW-UP 1. Return to family physician as needed 2. Copy of consultation report mailed to Dr. George White on 2-25-07. D. Prefixes 35 4. Correct spelling of the prefix: Definition of the prefix: 5. Correct spelling of the prefix: Definition of the prefix: 6. Correct spelling of the prefix: Definition of the prefix: 7. Correct spelling of the prefix: Definition of the prefix: 8.

2 Word Parts, Combining Forms, and Word Building Rules. . . . . . . . . . 2 Word Structure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Guidelines for Use of Possessive Forms . . . . 13 Written and Audio Terminology Review . . . 14 Chapter Review Exercises . . . . . . . . . 15 WORD BUILDING RULES KEY COMPETENCIES Upon completing this chapter and the review exercises at the end of the chapter, the learner should be able to: 1. List the three basic component parts of a word.

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