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Medical terminology is language used to precisely describe thehumanbody including its components, processes, conditionsaffecting it,and procedures performed upon it. Medical terminologyis used in thefield of medicine.Medical terminology has quiteregular morphology,the same prefixes and suffixes are used to addmeanings to differentroots. The root of a term often refers to anorgan, tissue, orcondition. For example, in the disorderhypertension, the prefix"hyper-" means "high" or "over", and theroot word "tension" refersto pressure, so the word "hypertension"refers to abnormally highblood pressure. The roots, prefixes andsuffixes are often derivedfrom Greek or Latin, and often quitedissimilar from theirEnglish-language variants. This regularmorphology means that once areasonable number of morphemes arelearnt it becomes easy tounderstand very precise terms assembledfrom these morphemes. A lotof medical language is anatomicalterminology, concerning itselfwith the names of various parts ofthe body.

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    Medical Terminology
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    July 16, 2018
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