Increasing numbers of students entering the medical sciences, or related fields, are unfamiliar with Greek or Latin and so the medical terminology can be puzzling to them. This book explains the roots and origins of most medical terminology.
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"This is a book which many medical students and doctors might wish to consult to clarify the derivations of the terms they use. Many may wish to possess their own copies. Certainly every medical library should acquire a copy of this book to complement the dictionaries which they already possess." -- David A. Price Evans, University of Liverpool
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