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HS 222 1st Edition Lecture 1Outline of Current Lecture Introductionof Professor FolkSyllabusConnect-LearnSmart- Smart Book-Anatomy and Physiology Revealed 3.0Begin to cover Chapters 1-4Current LectureSyllabusRequired to have both Connect materials- HS222 Medical Language for Modern Healthcare, by D. Allan-Anatomy and Physiology Revealed 3.0Breakdown of the final gradeMed. Language Connect LearnSmart- Smart BookChapter Readings and QuizzesRequired Chapter Portion = Practice Section of the module.Can take quizzes multiple timesIf quiz is partially complete, you get the credit completed as of that due date, not a zero.Textbook Icon links you to the book while taking the exams and quizzesBe sure to "Submit Assignment" when completedAnatomy and Physiology Revealed 3.0Assignment Modular QuizzesChapter 1Most Immportant ConceptsKey termsThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Roots and Combining FormsPrefix: Beginning of the wordRoot: Base of wordSuffix: End of wordCombining Word: Combination of a root and combining vowelCombining Vowel: Combines a root to another root or a suffix-Most common is "o" and second is "a."Combining Form: Combines a root and vowel, can be attached to another root. Eg: enter/o Greek, Latin, and Old EnglishSome words do not break down and you must rely on memorization. Common ErrorsIlium: (Iliac Crest) Hip boneIleum: Last part of three sectionsthat formthe small intestine (ileocecal junction: where the small and large intestines join)Malleus:Hammer-shaped ossicle of the middle earMalleolus:End of Fibula and Tibia bones where foot connectsChapter 2SuffixesAdded to the end of a root/combining vowel to change the meaning of the root word. Classifications and Examples:Diagnostic: Describes a diagnosis, medical term, or test, etc.Surgical: Describes surgical proceduresPathological: Describes a sign/symptom of a diseaseAdjectives: 28 suffixes meaning pertaining to- Common suffixes:-ac, -ary, iorNouns: Do not fall into any class, maintain the root word as a combining form. Root/Suffix Definition ClassHemat/oma Blood mass DiagnosticHemat/uria Blood in urine DiagnosticAppend/ectomy Surgical removal of the appendix SurgicalCyst/itis Inflammation of the Bladder PathologicalCyan/osis Abnormal condition of blue / inadequate oxygen PathologicalPrefixesAdded to the beginning of a root to change the meaning of the root word. Classifications and Examples:Position: Specifies the anatomical positionNumber and Measurement:Relates to the number or measurementDirection:Identifies movement or state of place Epi/dermis Above the skin PositionHypo/dermic Below the skin PositionPrimi/para Bring forth first (First child) Number/MeasurementNulli/para Nothing brought forth (No children) Number/MeasurementAnte/vert To displace DirectionSyn/apse Together/clasp - Clasping together DirectionDefine Words and PartsHypo/gastr/ic Below/stomach/pertaining to Pertaining to below the stomachCardi/o/my/o/pathy Heart/Muscle/Disease Disease of the heart muscleRhabd/o/my/o/lysis Striated/Muscle/Breakdown Breakdown of striated muscleLymph/angi/ectasis Lymph/ Vessel/ Dilation Dilation of Lymph VesselsChapter 3Word Analysis and CommunicationPlural can change the meaning of the root word (obviously meaning more than one).You must memorize plural endings to singular wordsKnow how words piece


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