Medical Terminology: An Illustrated Guide
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To help students learn both medical terms and how they are used in real-world settings, this reader-friendly book demonstrates how medical terms are built from word parts (Part 1), introduces body structures, diseases, and treatments (Part 2), and covers each body system (Part 3). Accessible content, a logical organization, and reinforcing drills in every chapter combine to help readers master the information they need for success in their future careers.
An enhanced art program, many new, clinically focused case studies, and an improved online teaching and learning resources (including prepU adaptive quizzing) make this Eighth Edition ideal for classroom instruction, independent study, or distance learning.
· Greater Student Confidence = Success: Use of Barbara Cohen’s Memmlers Anatomy and Physiology along with this Medical Terminology text delivers continuity of writing style, design, and online resources making students more confident and ultimately more successful in their chosen health profession.
· A greater emphasis on clinical illustrations brings concepts to life and helps students connect learning to practice.
· Updatedcases studies focus on current issues and hot topics to prepare students for the types of challenges they will encounter in practice.
· PrepU is featured in the Ancillaries-at-a-Glance section and is identified with an icon throughout the text.
· Online Student Resources have been updated and enhanced.
· Online Lesson Plans have been updated with tips on using the book in a flipped classroom or in online learning.
not, without, lack of, absence anti-; against, opposite a-; not, without (root mnem/o means “memory”) dis-; absence, removal, separation contra-; against in-; not de-; down, without, removal, loss 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. non-; not uncoordinated inadequate disinfect impermeable decongestant incompatible EXERCISE 3-4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. per-; through ad-; toward, near ab-; away from dia-; through trans-; through EXERCISE 3-5 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. d c e b a EXERCISE 3-6 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. c e
blood _____ 25. septicemia e. accumulation of ﬂuid in the head _____ 26. bacilli a. round bacteria in clusters _____ 27. helminths b. round bacteria in chains CHAPTER 6 • DISEASE _____ 28. streptococci c. fungal infection _____ 29. mycosis d. rod-shaped bacteria _____ 30. staphylococci e. worms 107 SUPPLEMENTARY TERMS _____ 31. purulent a. having no known cause _____ 32. idiopathic b. hospital-acquired _____ 33. adhesion c. tumor attached by a thin stalk _____ 34. nosocomial
may be cited by either their generic or their trade names. The generic name is usually a simple version of the chemical name for the drug and is not capitalized. The trade name (brand name, proprietary name) is a registered trademark of the manufacturer and is written with an initial capital letter. The same drug may be marketed by different companies under different trade names. Drug Information In the United States, the standard for drug information is the United States Pharmacopeia (USP).
temperature _____ 7. adrenergic b. movement in an opposite direction _____ 8. psychotropic c. widening of a vessel _____ 9. hyperpyrexia d. sympathomimetic _____ 10. countertransport e. acting on the mind _____ 11. synergy a. a small glass vial _____ 12. emulsion b. an instrument for injecting fluid _____ 13. ampule c. a mixture of liquids _____ 14. expectorant d. agent that induces coughing _____ 15. syringe e. combined action of two or more drugs _____ 16. tid a. as needed
instead of eustachian tube, ovarian follicle for graaﬁan follicle, pancreatic islets for islets of Langerhans, and trisomy 21 for Down syndrome. 172 PART 3 • BODY SYSTEMS Brachiocephalic Common carotid Subclavian Aortic arch Axillary Intercostals Celiac Renal Brachial Testicular Radial Ulnar Thoracic aorta Volar arch Volar: metacarpals Digitals Superior mesenteric Inferior mesenteric Common iliac Internal iliac Femoral Deep femoral Anterior tibial Posterior tibial External iliac