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1 Instructor s Resource Manual to accompany Medical Terminology A Living Language Fourth Edition Bonnie F. Fremgen, PhD Adjunct Professor University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN Suzanne S. Frucht, PhD Associate Professor Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, MO Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458

2 This work is protected by United States copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning. Dissemination or sale of any part of this work (including on the World Wide Web) will destroy the integrity of the work and is not permitted. The work and materials from it should never be made available to students except by instructors using the accompanying text in their classes. All recipients of this work are expected to abide by these restrictions and to honor the intended pedagogical purposes and the needs of other instructors who rely on these materials. Anywhere. All Rights Reserved Copyright 2009 by Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. This publication is protected by Copyright and permission should be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or likewise. For information regarding permission(s), write to: Rights and Permissions Department. Pearson Prentice Hall is a trademark of Pearson Education, Inc. Pearson is a registered trademark of Pearson plc. Prentice Hall is a registered trademark of Pearson Education, Inc. Pearson Education Ltd., London Pearson Educación de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Pearson Education Australia Pty. Limited, Sydney Pearson Education Japan, Tokyo Pearson Education Singapore, Pte. Ltd. Pearson Education Malaysia, Pte. Ltd. Pearson Education North Asia Ltd., Hong Kong Pearson Education Canada, Ltd., Toronto Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey ISBN-13: ISBN-10:

3 Contents Preface iv Sample Course Syllabus vi Syllabus Conversion Guide vii Medical Terminology Pearls of Wisdom PW-1 Chapter 1 Introduction to Medical Terminology 1 Chapter 2 Body Structure 37 Chapter 3 Integumentary 75 Chapter 4 Musculoskeletal 113 Chapter 5 Cardiovascular 159 Chapter 6 Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune s 203 Chapter 7 Respiratory 247 Chapter 8 Digestive 289 Chapter 9 Urinary 331 Chapter 10 Reproductive 371 Chapter 11 Endocrine 417 Chapter 12 Nervous 457 Chapter 13 Special Senses: The Eye and Ear 497 Chapter 14 Special Topics 539 Test Bank 585 Test Bank Answer Key 685 iii

4 Preface Thank you for adopting Medical Terminology: A Living Language. Combined with your instructional expertise and guidance, this textbook and these resources will help your students to build medical language. By taking full advantage of what this textbook and these resources have to offer, you and your students will discover a system of learning medical terminology that is simple, yet challenging. By selecting Medical Terminology: A Living Language as your textbook, you have given yourself access to a wide variety of excellent text-specific instructional tools. In the pages of this preface that follow, you will be introduced to these resources. INSTRUCTOR S RESOURCE MANUAL The goal of this manual is to help you synthesize all of the resources you now have at your disposal in connection with your adoption of Medical Terminology: A Living Language. The manual is designed not only to aid your course preparation, but also to help you truly shine in the classroom. Each chapter follows a consistent format: Chapter Contents provides a summary of the essential content covered within the chapter and functions as a mini table of contents. Each chapter is organized by the Learning Objectives from the textbook. Also included in each chapter are Worksheets and Quizzes you can use in class. Media Library is a breakdown of all the media assets offered on the accompanying electronic supplements to the text. This list is chapter specific and gives you an overview of what is available for use with your students. There are all kinds of interactive games, videos, animations, and assessment activities for each chapter. Objective sections provide lecture notes, teaching strategies, learning activities, and assessments for each learning objective in the chapter. Also identified are the corresponding pages of the textbook and the slide numbers from the PowerPoint lecture (available on the Instructor s Resource DVD-ROM) for each learning objective. Worksheets provide you with a comprehensive list of unique assignment options directly correlated to the chapter content. Included are a broad range of activities that run the gamut from word building to labeling. Quizzes are provided to help you assess how your students have understood the material covered in each chapter. There are a variety of formats of quizzes available, including word building, abbreviations, multiple-choice questions, and matching to measure student mastery of pertinent information. An answer key is also provided. Test Bank contains 200 short-answer questions per chapter including: 75 multiple choice, 50 fill-in-theblank, 50 true/false, and 25 matching questions plus an additional 2 essay-style questions per chapter. Use these questions to create challenging tests to gauge student understanding of chapter content. An electronic version of the test bank can be found on the Instructor s Resource DVD-ROM. Medical Terminology Pearls of Wisdom. Dozens of highly successful medical terminology instructors from around the United States (see page PW-6 for a list of their names) shared their pearls of wisdom for teaching medical terminology. These tips from master instructors have been compiled and arranged in their own section at the beginning of this manual. Refer to this section often when you are looking for good ideas. If you wish to share your own ideas with Pearson/Prentice Hall, please send them to: Medical Terminology Pearls, Pearson Health Sciences, One Lake Street, Upper Saddle River, NJ INSTRUCTOR S RESOURCE DVD-ROM The Instructor s Resource DVD-ROM ( ) is available upon adoption and gives you access to a number of powerful tools in electronic format. Test Bank includes over 2,800 questions to allow instructors to design customized quizzes and exams using our award-winning TestGen 7.0 test building engine. The TestGen wizard guides you through the steps to create a simple test with drag-and-drop or point-andclick transfer. You can select test questions either manually or randomly and use online spellchecking and other tools to quickly polish your test content and presentation. The question formats include multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, and essay. You can save your test in a variety of formats both locally and on a network, print up to 25 variations of a single test, and publish your tests in an online course. For more information please visit PowerPoint Lecture contains key discussion points, along with color images, animations, and videos for each chapter. This feature provides dynamic, fully designed, integrated lectures that are ready to use and iv

5 allows instructors to customize the materials to meet their specific course needs. These ready-made lectures will save you time and ease the transition into use of Medical Terminology: A Living Language, 4th. Image Library of 523 medical images is also available to you in three different formats: complete images as they appear in the text, complete images without leader lines or labels, and complete images with leader lines but no labels. We feel this offering will only help you to be more successful in the classroom as these images can be used projected on-screen during class lecture or as handouts or quizzes. You are free to copy and paste these images into your PowerPoint lectures, printed documents, and Website, as long as you are using Medical Terminology: A Living Language as your course textbook. An electronic version of this Instructor s Resource Manual in PDF format can be accessed. OTHER COMPONENTS OF THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PACKAGE Student DVD-ROM is packaged with the textbook and contains a host of interactive study aids. This DVD- ROM is self-loading and runs as soon as it is placed in the DVD-ROM drive of any computer, therefore requiring no installation or downloading. The DVD- ROM includes a custom flashcard generator that allows the students to create flashcards designed for their personal study needs. Twelve different kinds of interactive exercises, games, and activities provide students with extra practice to master the chapter content. The Professional Profile videos give your students a glimpse into different career paths available within the realm of health professionals. More information about these careers is available on the Companion Website at www. prenhall.com/fremgen. If you wish to assign the DVD- ROM activities as homework, just ask your students to use the Print function to print their answers and turn them in to you. Companion Website (www.prenhall.com/fremgen) is an open-access online home base for the book. Here students will find question formats including multiplechoice, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, labeling, and essay. Also included are web destinations exercises, an audio glossary, and further information to accompany the Professional Profile videos on the Student DVD-ROM. OneKey is Pearson/Prentice Hall s online course system. Those instructors wishing to facilitate online courses will be able to access a premium online course management option, which is available in WebCT, Blackboard, or CourseCompass formats. OneKey is an integrated online resource that brings a wide array of supplemental resources together in one convenient place for both students and faculty. OneKey features everything you and your students need for out-of-class work, conveniently organized to match your syllabus. OneKey s online course management solution features interactive modules, text and image PowerPoints, animations, videos, and more. OneKey also provides course management tools so faculty can customize course content, build online tests, create assignments, enter grades, post announcements, communicate with students, and much more. Testing materials, gradebooks, and other instructor resources are available in a separate section that can be accessed by instructors only. OneKey content is available in three different platforms. A nationally hosted version is available in the reliable, easy-to-use CourseCompass platform. The same content is also available for download to locally hosted versions of BlackBoard and WebCT. Please contact your Pearson Health Sciences Sales Representative for a demonstration or go online to onekey. MyMedTerm Lab MyMedTermLab provides students with a personalized learning environment, where they can learn at their own pace and measure their progress. Exercises are correlated to the textbook to give students opportunities for practice and mastery. Courses include a full ebook with a variety of multimedia resources such as video clips and animations to improve students understanding of key concepts. VangoNotes Students can study on the go with VangoNotes. Students download chapter reviews from the text and listen to them on any mp3 player. Now wherever they are whatever they are doing students can study by listening to following for each chapter of the textbook: Big Ideas: The need to know for each chapter Practice Test: A gut check for the Big Ideas tells students if they need to keep studying Key Terms: Audio flashcards to help students review key concepts and terms VangoNotes are flexible; students can download all the materials directly to their player, or only the chapters they need. Preface v

6 Sample Course Syllabus SAMPLE CONTENT OUTLINE (16-WEEK COURSE,48 HOURS) Week 1 Introduction to Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Week 2 Body Structure Chapter 2 Integumentary Chapter 3 Week 3 Musculoskeletal Chapter 4 Week 4 Cardiovascular Chapter 5 Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune Chapter 6 Week 5 Respiratory Chapter 7 Digestive Chapter 8 Week 6 Midterm Examination Week 7 Urinary Chapter 9 Reproductive Chapter 10 Week 8 Endocrine Chapter 11 Nervous Chapter 12 Week 9 Special Senses: The Eye and the Ear Chapter 13 Week 10 Special Topics Chapter 14 Final Examination SAMPLE CONTENT OUTLINE (10-WEEK COURSE,40 HOURS) Week 1 Introduction to Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Week 2 Continue Chapter 1 Week 3 Body Structure Chapter 2 Week 4 Integumentary Chapter 3 Week 5 Musculoskeletal Chapter 4 Week 6 Cardiovascular Chapter 5 Week 7 Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune Chapter 6 Week 8 Midterm Examination Week 9 Respiratory Chapter 7 Week 10 Digestive Chapter 8 Week 11 Urinary Chapter 9 Week 12 Reproductive Chapter 10 Week 13 Endocrine Chapter 11 Week 14 Nervous Chapter 12 Week 15 Special Senses: The Eye and the Ear Chapter 13 Week 16 Special Topics Chapter 14 Final Examination vi

7 3 rd Edition 4 th Edition Introduction to Medical Terminology Medical Terminology at a Glance Building Medical Terms from Word Parts Pronunciation Spelling Singular and Plural Endings Abbreviations The Medical Record Healthcare Settings Confidentiality Chapter Review Body Organization Body Organization at a Glance Body Organization Illustrated 2 21 Levels of Body Organization Body Word Building Relating to Body Structure Abbreviations Relating to Body Structure Chapter Review Integumentary Integumentary at a Glance Integumentary Illustrated 3 49 Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary Word Building Relating to the Integumentary Vocabulary Relating to the Integumentary Pathology Relating to the Integumentary Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Integumentary Syllabus Conversion Guide From Fremgen, Medical Terminology: A Living Language, 3E to 4E vii

8 3rd Edition 4th Edition Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Integumentary Pharmacology Relating to the Integumentary Abbreviations Relating to the Integumentary Chapter Review Musculoskeletal Skeletal at a Glance Skeletal Illustrated 4 81 Anatomy and Physiology of the Skeletal Word Building Relating to the Skeletal Building Adjective Forms of Bone Names Vocabulary Relating to the Skeletal Pathology Relating to the Skeletal Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Skeletal Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Skeletal Pharmacology Relating to the Skeletal Abbreviations Relating to the Skeletal Muscular at a Glance Muscular Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Muscular Word Building Relating to the Muscular Vocabulary Relating to the Muscular Pathology Relating to the Muscular Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Muscular Treatment Procedures Relating to the Muscular Pharmacology Relating to the Muscular Abbreviations Relating to the Muscular Chapter Review Cardiovascular Cardiovascular at a Glance viii Syllabus Conversion Guide 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

9 3rd Edition 4th Edition Cardiovascular Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular Word Building Relating to the Cardiovascular Vocabulary Relating to the Cardiovascular Pathology of the Cardiovascular Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Cardiovascular Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Cardiovascular Pharmacology Relating to the Cardiovascular Abbreviations Relating to the Cardiovascular Chapter Review Blood and the Lymphatic and Immune s Blood at a Glance Blood Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of Blood Word Building Relating to Blood Vocabulary Relating to Blood Pathology Relating to Blood Diagnostic Procedures Relating to Blood Therapeutic Procedures Relating to Blood Pharmacology Relating to Blood Abbreviations Relating to Blood The Lymphatic and Immune s at a Glance The Lymphatic and Immune s Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic and Immune s Word Building Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune s Vocabulary Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune s Pathology Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune s Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune s Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune s Syllabus Conversion Guide ix

10 3rd Edition 4th Edition Pharmacology Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune Abbreviations Relating to the Lymphatic and Immune Chapter Review Respiratory Respiratory at a Glance Respiratory Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory Word Building Relating to the Respiratory Vocabulary Relating to the Respiratory Pathology Relating to the Respiratory Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Respiratory Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Respiratory Pharmacology Relating to the Respiratory Abbreviations Relating to the Respiratory Chapter Review Digestive Digestive at a Glance Digestive Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive Word Building Relating to the Digestive Vocabulary Relating to the Digestive Pathology Relating to the Digestive Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Digestive Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Digestive Pharmacology Relating to the Digestive Abbreviations Relating to the Digestive Chapter Review Urinary x Syllabus Conversion Guide 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

11 3rd Edition 4th Edition Urinary at a Glance Urinary Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Urinary Word Building Relating to the Urinary Vocabulary Relating to the Urinary Pathology Relating to the Urinary Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Urinary Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Urinary Pharmacology Relating to the Urinary Abbreviations Relating to the Urinary Chapter Review Reproductive Female Reproductive at a Glance Female Reproductive Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Female Reproductive Word Building Relating to the Female Reproductive Vocabulary Relating to the Female Reproductive Pathology Relating to the Female Reproductive Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Female Reproductive Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Female Reproductive Pharmacology Relating to the Female Reproductive Abbreviations Relating to the Female Reproductive Male Reproductive at a Glance Male Reproductive Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive Word Building Relating to the Male Reproductive Vocabulary Relating to the Male Reproductive Pathology Relating to the Male Reproductive Pearson Education, Inc. Syllabus Conversion Guide xi

12 3rd Edition 4th Edition Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Male Reproductive Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Male Reproductive Pharmacology Relating to the Male Reproductive Abbreviations Relating to the Male Reproductive Chapter Review Endocrine Endocrine at a Glance Endocrine Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Endocrine Word Building Relating to the Endocrine Vocabulary Relating to the Endocrine Pathology Relating to the Endocrine Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Endocrine Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Endocrine Pharmacology Relating to the Endocrine Abbreviations Relating to the Endocrine Chapter Review Nervous Nervous at a Glance Nervous Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous Word Building Relating to the Nervous Vocabulary Relating to the Nervous Pathology Relating to the Nervous Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Nervous Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Nervous Pharmacology Relating to the Nervous Abbreviations Relating to the Nervous xii Syllabus Conversion Guide 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

13 3rd Edition 4th Edition Chapter Review Special Senses: The Eye and Ear The Eye at a Glance The Eye Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye Word Building Relating to the Eye Vocabulary Relating to the Eye Pathology Relating to the Eye Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Eye Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Eye Pharmacology Relating to the Eye Abbreviations Relating to the Eye The Ear at a Glance The Ear Illustrated Anatomy and Physiology of the Ear Word Building Relating to the Ear Vocabulary Relating to the Ear Pathology Relating to the Ear Diagnostic Procedures Relating to the Ear Therapeutic Procedures Relating to the Ear Pharmacology Relating to the Ear Abbreviations Relating to the Ear Chapter Review Special Topics Pharmacology at a Glance Pharmacology Vocabulary Relating to Pharmacology Abbreviations Relating to Pharmacology Mental Health at a Glance Mental Health Disciplines Pearson Education, Inc. Syllabus Conversion Guide xiii

14 3rd Edition 4th Edition Pathology Relating to Mental Health Therapeutic Procedures Relating to Mental Health Abbreviations Relating to Mental Health Diagnostic Imaging at a Glance Diagnostic Imaging Vocabulary Relating to Diagnostic Imaging Diagnostic Imaging Procedures Abbreviations Relating to Diagnostic Imaging Rehabilitation Services at a Glance Rehabilitation Services Vocabulary Relating to Rehabilitation Services Therapeutic Procedures Relating to Rehabilitation Services Abbreviations Relating to Rehabilitation Services Surgery at a Glance Surgery Vocabulary Relating to Surgery Abbreviations Relating to Surgery Oncology at a Glance Oncology Vocabulary Relating to Oncology Diagnostic Procedures Relating to Oncology Therapeutic Procedures Relating to Oncology Abbreviations Relating to Oncology Chapter Review xiv Syllabus Conversion Guide 2009 Pearson Education, Inc.

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