Medical Terminology

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Congratulations! You are now showing signs of becoming proficient in another language.  Whcih language you may ask?  Why you would be correct in saying Medical terminology!   You will be leaving this program as novice professionals .  And to be a professional we are expected to be able to converse in the language that is spoken in that world.  So , don’t just cram for one test, this is something you’l need every day of the rest of your life.  This site is decent! have fun!

This is a pretty cool and thorough site for your med terminology questions.

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  1. I have trouble with complex medical terminology, but like reading medical papers, so I wrote an iphone app to help myself clarify the medical terminology while reading. I thought it might be useful to a few of you out there who enjoy this blog. It’s $0.99, but I got 25 free codes for anyone who is interested in trying it out. Email me at travisgerrard(at)gmail.com and I’ll send you the promotion code.

    Scholar Reader is a reading assistant / personal dictionary. You paste an article in to the app and then when you read, if there is a word you don’t know, you double tap for the definition. This definition is then added to your personal dictionary which you can later reference or email to yourself to study offline.

    http://bit.ly/eycVE3

    Posted by Travis Gerrard | May 10, 2011, 6:54 pm

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