English vocabulary for medicine

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  • Most students find it easier to assimilate new vocabulary if the words are learned in related groups, rather than in isolation. For example, words frequently occur in the same context as their opposites and, as such, it makes sense to learn the pairs of opposites together (see worksheets on pages 7 and 29). Similarly, mind maps encourage students to look for connections between words (see worksheet on page 9). The exercises and activities in this workbook have all been grouped into sections.

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  • This ‘toolkit’ is designed as a summary and reminder of the key elements of practising evidence-based medicine (EBM). It has largely been adapted from resources developed at the Centre for Evidence-based Medicine. For more detailed coverage, you should refer to the other EBM texts and web pages cited throughout. The fi rst page of each chapter presents a ‘minimalist’ checklist of the key points. Further sections within each chapter address these points in more detail and give additional background information.

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  • All optical phenomena experience interference effects at some level. Even light from an incandescent light bulb has partial coherence that can lead to constructive or destructive interference when multiple light paths are combined at a detector. The ubiquitous nature of interference underlies many phenomena and techniques in biological optics. This chapter lays the foundation for interferometry applied to biology and medicine.

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  • It started through word of mouth. People ask you to do this as a favor and it really is a job. I found that having children, people assumed that I would be in town more often so they would ask me to watch their house. Also because I love animals and have a dog and two cats, they assumed that it was OK to ask me if they could drop one more pet off while they were out of town, “just for the weekend.” Well it is still a job. So, because I am too nice, I would always say...

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  • The number of people with diabetes mellitus (DM) has been conservatively estimated to approximately double by 2030 to a worldwide prevalence of 4.4% at which time 366 million people will have diabetes (Wild et al., 2004). As the number of people with DM rises, so too will the burden of diabetic foot disease, particularly since the factors contributing to ulcer formation such as peripheral neuropathy and vascular disease are already present in 10% of people at the time of diagnosis (Boulton et al., 2005).

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  • NLM’s Library Operations (LO) Division is responsible for ensuring access to the published record of the biomedical sciences and the health professions.

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  • LO produces and maintains the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), a subject thesaurus used by NLM and many other institutions to describe the subject content of biomedical literature and other types of information; develops, supports, or licenses for US use vocabularies designed for use in electronic health records and clinical decision support systems; and works with the Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCCS) and Lister Hill Center (LHC) to produce the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) Metathesaurus, a large vocabulary database that includes many vocab...

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