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When i was 1st year at medical school , i was facing problem with Medical Terminology , No one advice me indeed , So i make this presentation make Medical Terminology so Easy for Primary Medical ...

When i was 1st year at medical school , i was facing problem with Medical Terminology , No one advice me indeed , So i make this presentation make Medical Terminology so Easy for Primary Medical students , hope you enjoy it :)

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    المصطلحات الطبية أنا قدها | Medical Terminology : Yes I Can المصطلحات الطبية أنا قدها | Medical Terminology : Yes I Can Presentation Transcript

    • – msq.12@hotmail.com Meshari Alqoopisi @Alqoopisi
    • Course & Workshop
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    • Little Bit Scary !!
    • Do you like to Run Away ?
    • Challenge , isn’t ?!
    • Are you need it or NOT ?
    • Trust your self…
    • Have Ambition Spirit…
    • Never Say Never…
    • Be Optimistic ^_^
    • Keep on , Reach your Goals …
    • Is that possible !
    • My 1st translated paper in 1st year :)
    • You Have Good Enough Time
    • Rules of Success Ambition OptimisticConfidence
    • Rules of Disciplines
    • Break 1
    • Outcomes • Demonstrate knowledge of important Medical Terms. • Basics of Medical Terms: root, prefixes & suffixes. • Medical Dictionary: recommended ,use , type . • Workshop about how to: - Search on Medical Dictionary . - Identify Root, prefixes & suffixes in medical terms.
    • Medical Terminology “The Language of the Health Profession” "Medical terminology is the professional language of those who are directly or indirectly engaged in the art of healing."
    • • When you understand the structure of medical terms, you can "decode" the terms into their parts and derive the meaning quite easily.
    • Significance of Medical Terminology ? In medical dictionaries, definitions should to the greatest extent possible be: • Simple & easy. • Useful clinically. • Specific. • Measurable. • Reflecting current scientific knowledge. • Language of Physicians, Nurses & Health care provider.
    • Medical Terms • There are Basics / Master Key / Golden Rule , you should follow it to start Learning Medical Terms :
    • Prefix Root Suffix Medical Terms • Basic elements of medical words : interfix
    • • Some medical and scientific terms combine more than one root into a single word. • O is considered as interfix. • e.g: Neuro-patho-logy interfix
    • Root contains the basic meaning. It is the stem to which affixes (prefix, suffix, interfix, ..) can be attached. Example; friendship = friend [stem] + ship [affix] Root
    • • A prefix is an affix which is placed before the stem of a word. • It is also called a reformative, because it alters the form of the word to which it is affixed. • It changes word's meaning or makes a new word. • Types: Positions, Descriptions, Measurements Prefix
    • • A suffix (also sometimes called a postfix or ending) is an affix which is placed after the stem of a word. It changes word's meaning or function. Suffix
    • How to Build Medical Terms ! • Hyper-glyc-emia = increase the sugar in blood • Hyper- = increase = Prefix • -glycol = sugar = Root • -emia = blood = Suffix
    • There are secrets behind any Medical Term!!! Caput Medusa
    • Achilles tendon
    • Origin of Medical Terms • Hippocrates was a Greek physician and is known as the “father of medicine.” • 75% of medical terms are based on either Greek or Latin words.
    • ‫الطبية‬ ‫المصطلحات‬ ‫في‬ ‫العزبية‬ ‫الجذور‬ Arabic Origin of Medical Terms http://www.slideshare.net/AhmedRefat/arabic-origin-of-medical-terms
    • Medical Terms Abbreviations • Use to make long medical terms or name of diseases or clinical description or medical devices or symbol in short form. • e.g: - AIDS : Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome - ECG : Electrocardiogram - ↓: decrease , low
    • How to use Medical Dictionary • You can find many Medical Dictionary … • It source of Medical Terminology… • There is some Medical Dictionary specialized in certain subject in medicine… • Soft / hard copy
    • Recommended Medical Dictionary • On online website for electronic dictionaries: http://www.medicalterminologydb.com/ http://www.medterminologyforcare.co.uk/medic al/ Taber’s medical dictionary: http://www.tabers.com/tabersonline/ub Mosby's medical dictionary Stedman's medical dictionary: http://www.stedmans.com/
    • • On Smartphone Applications:
    • Hard copy Vs. Soft copy Soft copyHard copy Website , ApplicationsBookstoreAvailable FreeBuyPrize EasyDifficultSearch SaveWasteTime Laptop , smart phoneRoofStorage Illustrated, conciseTensQuantity BriefInformativeQuality
    • Medical Terminology on : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fiEszFPRE8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2TWkGLiQMo
    • Break 2
    • Workshop •Practice how to use the Medical Dictionary. •Try to find Medical Terms in the Dictionary. •Identify basic structure of Medical Terms : Prefix Root Combining Form Suffix
    • ROOT WORDS • A root is the foundation or basic meaning of a word. • May appear with a prefix or suffix, or between a prefix or suffix. • cardi - root for heart • hepat- root for liver • neur - root for nerve • nephr - root for kidney • cyt- root for cell
    • PREFIX • Pre - prefix means before • peri- prefix means around • hemi - prefix means half • micro - prefix means small • neo- prefix means new • The prefix is a part of the word that precedes the word root and changes its meaning. • Often indicates location, time, or number.
    • SUFFIX • A suffix is the word ending that follows the word root and changes its meaning. • Often indicates the procedure, condition, disorder, or disease. • -itis - suffix means inflammation • -ology - suffix means the study of • - ectomy- suffix means surgical removal-plast- suffix means surgical repair
    • hyperlipoproteinemia SuffixRootCombining Form RootPrefix -emiaproteinolipHyper-Word Part blood--fatexcessiveMeaning
    • Thanks 
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