Spanish-English English-Spanish Medical Dictionary
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Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
With the rapid growth of the Spanish-speaking people worldwide, this comprehensive communicator has become an indispensable resource for healthcare students and professionals everywhere. The reference has been designed to give easier and faster access to over 20,000 comprehensive medical terms, technology-related medical terms, and medical abbreviations, plus definitions, translations, tips on pronunciation, signs and symptoms of common disorders, practical phrases used in daily communication with patients, and much more.
A NEW Anatomy Atlas features both English and Spanish labels.
A-Z lets you locate any term quickly.
Consent, Authorization, and Release forms to obtain easier communication with patients when research projects or procedures are done.
Valuable Appendices include additional phrases focusing on HIV, AIDS, neonatology, and bioterrorism.
The content has been fully updated by adding new phrases ranging across the specialties of cardiology, immunology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, and neonatology - all fields noted for their new technical and procedural developments.
Complete Images: Brings the content to life.
Table Viewer: View tables easily and conveniently by rows and columns on the small screen.
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