Medical Terminology 350: Learning Guide

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Dean Vaughn - 2004 - 292 pages

ISBN: 0914901125, 9

Teaches the student to easily remember, pronounce, and apply 350 prefixes, roots, and suffixes that combine to form over 11,000 medical terms in an average participation time of only 14 hours without taking notes or doing homework. Modular in design, the program provides the flexibility to teach les...sons independently.

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Publisher: Dcm Instructional Systems


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