Medical and Nursing Terminology

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Medical terminology definitions, prefixes, roots, and suffixes made easy with flash card tables for nursing, students, coding, and healthcare workers!

Learn common medical prefix terms, words, and pronunciations for numbers, amounts, sizes, time, speed, position, location, and body parts. Abbreviations are common.

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