Once upon a time, Greek and Latin were prerequisites for the study of medicine. But this is hardly necessary because the A, B, Cs of medical terminology are disarmingly simple as LINGUA MEDICA demonstrates.
Within minutes, you too can be unlocking the meanings of medical words . . .
Written in the most reader-friendly fashion imaginable . . .
Ideal for students in the health professions, dictionary aficionados and everyone else including EVEN physicians and, certainly, their patients . . .
Not only can deciphering medical terms be practical, LINGUA MEDICA makes it simple and fun . . .
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Stewart M. Brooks is a graduate of the Albany College of Pharmacy and the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. He is the author of over forty basic texts in the medical sciences and together wife his wife, Natalie, has written and edited a number of works and references in nursing and public health.