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PostSubject: (E-Books) 3 Medical Dictionaries   Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:38 pm

BMA Illustrated Medical Dictionary




Whatever you need to know, find the answer quickly and easily Just what the doctor ordered – the only full colour illustrated dictionary with easy-to-follow explanations for over 5,000 medical terms.

From exploring a dental abscess diagram to discovering the symptoms and causes of asthma, stay one step ahead of your families ailments following this A-Z guide. Find the latest information on anatomical terms, disorders, tests and drugs so whatever you're dealing with, you're fully in the know. A must have for your family bookshelf.






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Jablonski's Dictionary of Medical Acronyms and Abbreviations





Medical acronyms and abbreviations offer convenience, but can often be confusing and difficult to decode. This handy, portable new 6th edition features thousands of new terms from across all medical specialties.

Its alphabetical arrangement makes reference a snap, and expanded coverage of symbols makes more of them easier to find. The included CD-ROM provides electronic access featuring the entire content of the book, making it fully searchable for added usability.






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Dictionary of Medical Terms 4ed (Dictionary)





This fully revised edition of the Dictionary of Medical Terms" now includes over 12,500 terms from British and international medical practice, explained in clear, simple English. It covers fields such as surgery, general practice, hospitals, clinics, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry and other specialisms, and includes example sentences for each entry, together with grammar notes and parts of speech. As well as technical language it also includes informal terms of the kind used between professionals or professionals and patients.

It is a valuable practical reference for interns, nurses or trainees in any medical field and its clear explanations make it ideal for professionals learning English for medicine, for A-level and undergraduate students, and for home reference. "An informative, essential reference text for anyone working in the healthcare community. This paperback is put together in an easy, accessible way and its soft-durable cover makes it resilient, user-friendly and you can always easily find what you want."






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