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Medical Terminology Systems: A Body Systems Approach, 6th - download pdf or read online

By Barbara A. Gylys

ISBN-10: 080362090X

ISBN-13: 9780803620902

The excellent size for any direction, this extraordinary full-color, hugely illustrated text/workbook makes use of a physique approach association to target note construction. This fantastically designed visible textual content is a different studying package deal that s a real mixture of phrases, paintings, and know-how. observe development the beginning for fulfillment starts with Barbara Gylys and the physique platforms technique. The med time period ways and the way they fluctuate so much med phrases books train via memorization the total observe process. Memorize vocabulary after which attempt to realize notice styles. Gylys makes use of the word-building process. First research the styles of scientific phrases ahead of you examine the vocabulary. Why does word-building paintings? It starts with the fundamentals Gylys takes a typical experience procedure, through introducing notice components first: Roots Combining varieties Suffixes Prefixes She covers them one after the other, breaking down each one notice half. universal English be aware parts are awarded This familiarity makes it more uncomplicated for college kids to profit and holiday aside and construct phrases. scholars can use their knowing of observe components to decipher vocabulary. Mnemonic units, interactive actions (in the booklet and at the CD) make word-building enjoyable and this in flip raises retention no extra tedious memorization, scholars examine by means of breaking down and rebuilding phrases! From my years of training, i discovered it used to be a lot more uncomplicated for scholars to benefit note components at once linked to a physique process (or strong point area), and this has been the foremost to my method in all of my texts and software program items. Barbara A. Gylys

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Write the number for the rule that applies to each listed term as well as a short summary of the rule. Use the abbreviation WR to designate word root, CF to designate combining form. The first one is completed for you. Term Rule 7. arthr/itis a˘ r-THR¯I-t˘ıs 1 Summary of the Rule A WR links a suffix that begins with a vowel. 8. scler/osis ¯ ˘s skl˘e-RO-si 9. arthr/o/centesis ¯ ıs a˘ r-thr¯o-se˘ n-TE-s˘ 10. colon/o/scope ˘ o-sk¯ ko-L ¯ ON¯ op 11. chondr/itis ¯I-t˘ıs kon-DR ˘ 12. chondr/oma ¯ a kon-DR ˘ O-m˘ 13.

A summary of the rules for changing a singular word into its plural form is located on the inside back cover of this textbook. Use it to complete Learning Activity 2–7 and whenever you need help forming plural words. It is time to review the rules for forming plural words by completing Learning Activity 2–7. qxd 22 3/5/09 8:22 PM Page 22 CHAPTER 2 • Suffixes LEARNING ACTIVITIES The following activities provide review of the suffixes introduced in this chapter. Complete each activity and review your answers to evaluate your understanding of the chapter.

Notice that a combining vowel is used in the Table 2–2 between gastr and enter, even though the second word root, enter, begins with a vowel. Keep in mind the rule for linking multiple roots is slightly different from the rules for linking word roots to suffixes. Recall from Chapter 1 that suffixes that begin with a vowel are linked with a word root; suffixes that begin with a consonant are linked with a combining form. Word Roots and Combining Forms with Suffixes This table provides examples of word roots used to link a suffix that begins with a vowel.

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