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Medical Transcription: Fundamentals and Practice, 1/e

Health Professions Institute
Linda Campbell

Published October, 1993 by Prentice Hall Career & Technology

Copyright 1994, 400 pp.
Paper
ISBN 0-13-016437-2


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Summary

This is absolutely the most comprehensive transcription learning package available in a single volume. Students are offered more transcribing practice than in any other major text. Emphasis is placed on developing a foundation of knowledge about what is being transcribed.

Features


Each chapter reviews anatomy and physiology and medical terms and phrases to watch out for.
Utilizes authentic physician dictation (six full hours).
Includes sample forms, chart notes, records, and more.


Table of Contents

    1A. Introduction.
    1B. Dermatology.
    2. Urology.
    3. Gastroenterology.
    4. Cardiology.
    5. Cardiology (continued).
    6A. Respiratory.
    6B. Endocrinology.
    7. Orthopedics.
    8. Obstetrics and Gynecology.
    9A. Otorhinolaryngology (ENT).
    9B. Ophthalmology.
    10A. Neurology.
    10B. Psychiatry.
    11. Pathology.
    12. Radiology.
    Appendix.
    Glossaries.


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