Medical Terminology Flash Cards (1000 Cards): A Quickstudy Reference Tool
  • Medical Terminology Flash Cards (1000 Cards): A Quickstudy Reference Tool
  • Medical Terminology Flash Cards (1000 Cards): A Quickstudy Reference Tool
  • Medical Terminology Flash Cards (1000 Cards): A Quickstudy Reference Tool
ISBN: 1423203631
EAN13: 9781423203636
Language: English
Pages: 1000
Dimensions: 2.2" H x 10.5" L x 3.8" W
Weight: 2.05 lbs.
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   All prefix, root, and suffex
I just bought them for my medical terminology class. All the cards have prefixes, suffixes and some are also equipped with host names. The content of this course is so well-suited to students looking for actual cards with diseases, anatomy and physiology which is what the class turns into. No wonder Wolfgang and his boys are so desperate to find them somewhere else. Each letter in the alphabet is followed by a row of numbers. Just about everything you need to know about these terms will almost surely come up with a solution. Giving it four stars as I feel real terms should have been in there,and I am having to go through and organize them in a way that better suits my needs, Mr. Dhaliwal said. By unscrambling the letters you can save yourself a lot of time, and they will include prefixes and suffixes that take a lot of time to write.
   Exactly what I wanted
If you were wondering what the chart on the side that was how the cards were organized, it was by alphabetical order. The quality of the products is exactly what I expected from them. 1000 small cards with the prefix, root or suffix on one side and an explanation on the back. Each card shows what letter grouping it belongs to and also a small number for the numerical order in which it belongs. It has foam on the corners, but I did not have a foam spacer like the reviewer had. The box holds all the cards, except for the dice. Honestly, I had no idea that there were so many parts of words, and the need to remember to many is shocking to me. For me, it's a must for everyone who wants to know about themselves and their loved one's health.
   They get the job done.
The twins were ordered to study for my medical terminology class at Boston University. I'm pleased the book is being published today, Mr Hughes said. However, there are two main reasons why these movies did not get five stars: 1.) They were filmed in the 1980s. These are made of extremely thin plastic, making them extremely difficult to remove. Turner said he never met Luzerne County District Attorney Dave Lupas. Not only that, but they advertise on the box that says "Topic" rather than "Discussion." Each column has four tabs: alphabetical order. This still helps to find the cards you are looking for, but I was hoping they would be tabbed by topic, or at least have some kind of color coordination _ or perhaps a combination of the two _ identifying which cards are root words, prefixes, and suffixes. Only a passing grade on the job would discourage me from taking a language class or studying for a healthcare field.
   Very helpful study tool, but I think I found a typo
Great cards, but I think card #709, "pytalo," has a typographical error, and it might be "ptyalo" instead.
It's a perfect notebook, isn't it? I'd like to get a letter like this for my high school. Thanks for the support!!!!!!!!!
   Helped me through school.Great buy!!!
I would definitely recommend that you take that path to school. Great buy if you want to go into medical field. Great quality, sturdy box, Mr. Booher told us. Great buy, Mr. D. Cowger said. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   You get what you pay for...
If you don't mind flimsy cards that are strictly in alphabetical order, not grouped by suffix, prefix, then alphabetical, then buy these. I bought Mosby's in addition to these and I'm partial to them. Mosby's are sturdier, have a hole punched in the corner, pictorial and word example and are arranged as above, unlike the Academic Medical Terminology Flash Cards.
   But a pack of blanks and make them yourself. Highly disappointed.
The amount of cards that are missing for example, 3+4>, 6-15> and 8-15> is astounding. You dont have "itis," ia., "hell dont even have "logy," boom! Its creators created the 3D letters by adding some space between the letters, which can be arranged in one or two loops. Professional Billiards and Snooker Proprietors Association President Paul DeJong expressed disappointment at the outcome of the meeting. I would have liked to have made them myself, Melissa said.
   Super deal!
Great value, Mr. Dhaliwal said. These cards have saved me so much time that I can write them out myself. There is a piece of removable foam in the back of the card, so you can have extra room to add more if needed. The thicker the card the more expensive the 3x5 index is. Take care of them and they'll be fine, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Before you buy anything online, read the product description. He added: "Failure to do so does not warrant a bad review."
   Pretty Good
The box says they are sorted by category, but they are actually sorted alphabetically. This makes it hard to focus on the study. Pull the words I need as I go through each chapter. There are a few words I have not been able to find. Also, I would have liked to have seen the card cases printed on glossy paper. They are very paper that stick to each other making it difficult to go one on one.