Medical Terminology Systems, by Gylys, Barbara A.; Wedding, Mary Ellen
- ISBN: 9780803658677 | 0803658672
- Cover: Paperback w/ Access Code
- Copyright: 4/26/2017
Medical Language Lab for Medical Terminology Systems, 8th Edition
A word building and body systems approach!
A true blend of words, art, and technology, Medical Terminology Systems + The Medical Language Lab work together to create an immersive, multimedia experience that tracks your progress until you’ve mastered the language of medicine.
Medical Terminology Systems, 8th Edition
You’ll begin by learning the parts of words roots, combining forms, suffixes, and prefixes. Then, use your understanding of word parts to learn medical terminology. Mnemonic devices and engaging, interactive activities make word-building fun and easy, ensuring you retain the information you need for success.
See what students are saying about the previous edition…
The Right Way to Learn Medical Terminology!“…if I had to be asked again to purchase this book I would do it all over again. Unlike most of my other textbooks that I bought throughout the school year that just sit in the back of my closet collecting dust once the class is over, this book, I still continue to use every day. It definitely helps me out in my anatomy classes and even in some of my biology classes too. Fantastic book!”—Taylor Berlinger
Worth the Purchase“I love this book a lot. I am currently using [it] for my college course class on medical terminology. The illustrations are awesome and the breakdown of suffix and prefix format [are] as well.”—Jonnita
The Medical Language Lab
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Based on proven language methodology, The MLL guides you step by step from basic through advanced levels of proficiency to become a confident medical language speaker.
A special code in the front of the book unlocks The MLL for you…including an ebook of the text and lecture videos.
Instructors can use it with their current learning management system or with its integrated grade book. They can also customize it to meet the needs of their course.
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