INGLES PARA MEDICINA (algunos temas)

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This ppt is aimed for a class about English for Medicine. The main source has been Upstream proficiency, chapter 5. "The science of life".

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INGLES PARA MEDICINA (algunos temas)

  1. 1. The science of Life. Vocabulary related to health and Medicine. Language IV. 2014. IFDC San Luis.
  2. 2. ADJECTIVES. FIND SYNONYMS FOR THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS: FIND SYNONYMS FOR THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS:
  3. 3. COMPLETE, TYPICAL, CHARACTERISTIC
  4. 4. casual random by chance unsystematic unplanned chaotic
  5. 5. awkward clumsy Cumbersome Ponderous Heavy all thumbs Burdensome Careless Fumbling Graceless
  6. 6. FIXED EXPRESSIONS.
  7. 7. PROPONENT.
  8. 8. Shin and calf.
  9. 9. CLOT
  10. 10. A sprain is an injury in a joint, caused by the ligament being stretched beyond its own capacity. A muscular tear caused in the same manner is referred to as a strain.
  11. 11. ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY.
  12. 12. TONSILS Lumps in the throat
  13. 13. STETHOSCOPE/ AUSCULTATION.
  14. 14. Wooden Plank
  15. 15. PROLAPSE «Mitral Valve Prolapse.» Prolapse: prə læps; prəʊ ʊ læps/ˈ Also called: prolapsus /prə læpsəs/ theʊˈ sinking or falling down of an organ or part, esp the womb
  16. 16. MITRAL VALVE the valve between the left atrium and the left ventricle of the heart, consisting of two membranous flaps, that prevents regurgitation of blood into the atrium
  17. 17. AUTOPSY. autopsy / təps t p-/N (ˈɔː ɪ ɔːˈ ɒ  PL - sies)Also called: necropsy, postmortem  examination dissection and examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death
  18. 18. FULLY-FLEDGED OR FULL- FLEDGED
  19. 19. «MAKESHIFT» (CYLINDER) casual random by chance unsystematic unplanned chaotic
  20. 20. UNWIELDY (stiff, unwieldy tube) casual random By chance unsystematic unplanned chaotic
  21. 21. FIXED EXPRESSIONS: DISEASES THAT WERE THE  SCOURGES OF HIS  TIME. TO RIDE ON THE WAVE OF  CHANGE
  22. 22. LISTENING THROUGH STETHOSCOPE: http://www.practicalclinicalskills.com/heart-lung-sounds- reference-guide-details.aspx?caseID=146&title=Crackles%20- %20High%20Pitched%20(Rales)
  23. 23. Source: • Upstream proficiency. • Webpage for • Practical clinical skills. • Wikipedia •By: Adela Pérez del Viso.-

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