1.0 / July 16, 2018
(4.4/5) (Learn More</a></div>)


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.

App Information Medical Terminology

  • App Name
    Medical Terminology
  • Package Name
  • Updated
    July 16, 2018
  • File Size
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.1 and up
  • Version
  • Developer
  • Installs
  • Price
  • Category
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

GangareBoy Show More...

Lil Ameer 3.4 APK
Ameer Isah Hassan was born in Kano, Kano State, Nigeria. He wasfrom the Hausa ethnic group in the northern part of Nigeria. Heattended primary school in Kano and was completing his Secondaryeducation until his death. Ameer was encouraged by his parents inpursuing his dream of becoming a musician. Hassan's career in musicbegan at the age of 12 with his popular songs which includes "KaiMatsa Mana, "Dance For Me", "I Am A Champion", "Ilimin Boko da naAddinin Musulunci", and many others.
Dan Maraya Jos 1.4 APK
Dan Maraya Jos (born Adamu Wayya in 1946 – 20 June 2015)was aNigerian Hausa Griot best known for playing the kontigi.Dan MarayaJos, whose name means "The Orphan of Jos", was born in 1946 andDied Saturday, 20 June 2015 in Bukuru, near Jos in Plateau State,Nigeria. His Islamic name is Adamu, but his father died shortlyafter his birth and his mother died while he was still an infant,hence the name by which everyone knows him. Dan Maraya's father wasa court musician for the Sarkin Hausawa of Bukuru, who took DanMaraya under his care when his parents died. Dan Maraya showed anearly interest in music and came under the influence of localprofessional musicians. During a trip to Maiduguri while he wasstill a pre-teen, he was impressed by musicians there and made akuntigi, with which he has accompanied himself ever since.Thekuntigi is a small, single-stringed lute. The body is usually alarge, oval-shaped sardine can covered with goatskin. Dan Marayaand other kuntigi players are solo performers who accompanythemselves with a rapid ostinato on the kuntigi. Duringinstrumental interludes they repeat a fixed pattern for the songthey are playing, but while singing, they will often change thenotes of the pattern to parallel the melody they are singing.Likemost professional musicians, the mainstay of Dan Maraya'srepertoire is praise singing, but Dan Maraya singles out hispersonal heroes rather than the rich and famous. His first, andperhaps still his most famous song is "Wak'ar Karen Mota" ["Song ofthe Driver's Mate"] in praise of the young men who get passengersin and out of minivan buses and do the dirty work of changingtires, pushing broken down vans, and the like. During the NigerianCivil War, he composed numerous songs in praise of soldiers of thefederal army and incorporated vivid accounts of scenes from the warin his songs.Many of his songs incorporate social commentary. Theseinclude the songs on marriage in the study here, which probablydate from the early 1970s. One might argue that they are really onelarge song, and in performance, Dan Maraya incorporates lines fromeach of them. However, the recordings that serve as the basis forthis study have three distinct musical settings, and the songsthemselves have three different themes. "Jawabin Aure" ["Discourseon Marriage"] lists the problems attendant in divorce andadmonishes married couples to try to patch up their differences."Auren Dole" ["Forced Marriage"] decries the practice of familiesarranging marriages for their daughters rather than letting themdecide on their own mates. "Gulma-Wuya" ["The Busybody"] describesa neighborhood gossip who works in collusion with a boka (apractitioner in casting spells, removing evil spirits, etc.) todisrupt marriages by sowing dissension between women and theirhusbands. The latter song is amusing in that Dan Maraya performs itas a drama, imitating the voices of the different characters asthey speak, a technique that he has used in other songs as well.compile by Aliyu Badeggi
Wakokin Gambara 1.2 APK
wakokin gambaragambo gambarahausa raphausa hip-hop
Mu Sha Dariya 15.55 APK
labaran dariyalabaran nishadi domin jin dadin kuku kasan dani dominsamun wasu labarai abun dariya
Dan Kwairo 4.0 APK
A takaice an haifi Alh. Musa Dankwairo a shekarar 1907 a garinBakura wanda tsakanin Bakura da Sokoto, akwai tazarar kilomita 105.Sunan Mahaifinsa usman Dankwanda. Shi Usman Dankwanda ya rayu aKaya ne kuma yana yiwa sarkin Kayan Maradun Waka, MahaifinDankwairo da kakansa duk makadan sarkin kayan Maradunne. Ya tashiya tarar da kakansa da Mahaifinsa suna waka tare, amma ya fi rayuwada mahaifinsa rayuwa ta hakika. Kuma tun yana Dan shekara 6 zuwa 7mahaifinsa ya ke zuwa da shi a cikin tsangaya ta waka, sabanin irinsu Dandada Aliyu mai-taushi da Na-rambada da gaba daya basa zuwa daYayansu, su sun dauki waka kaddarace ta shigar da su shi ya sa basason Yayansu su gaje su.
Mamman Shata 1.8 APK
Alhaji (Dr) Mamman Shata[1] (born in 1923 in Musawa, Katsina State,Nigeria, died on 18 June 1999) was a Nigerian singer.He was awell-known Hausa griot/musician among the Hausa people of West andNorth-east Africa. His vocals were often accompanied by talkingdrums, known as kalangu. He performed for the Hausa people ofNorthern Nigeria for more than half a century.He went to an Islamicschool as a boy, according to Hausa Muslim tradition.Musawa villagewas under the Katsina Native Authority (N.A.) when Shata was born.When the Local Governments were created it came under Kankia LocalGovernment. Today, Musawa is a Local Government of its own. Shata'sfather, Ibrahim Yaro, did not want him to become a musician due towidely held belief of those days that music or praise-singing was aform of 'roko' or begging. His father being of the Fulani ethnicstock, the young Shata was expected to become a farmer — a moredignified occupation. Shata's insistence on becoming a musician wastherefore seen as a rebellion against the norm.Shata acquired hissobriquet of 'Shata' from a man called Tsalahu (Salahu). Shata sellhis nuts for Tsalahu and after the sale he shares the profit topeople he met on his way home or in the market and comes back toTsalahu empty handed, as such he was given the name 'Shata' meaningto spread. He combined this trade with the sale of sweets('mishin'). He usually sing for fun in the market place or thelocal play ground called 'gaandchili'. Later he abandoned bothtrades and embraced music or praise-singing full-time. Thisvocation took him to many villages in the Musawa area. HoweverMamman Shata settled at Daura with his notable benefactor Emir ofDaura; Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar, Finally he settled in Bakori, wherehe married his first wife, Binta. They had a daughter, Amina, whodied in infancy. From his base in Bakori, Shata traveled with hisband to places as far away as Katsina and Kano, which he firstvisited in 1952. A few years later he moved to Funtua, a morecosmopolitan town not far from Bakori. Shata made Funtua his homefor about forty years - up until his death.Mamman Shata was one ofthe best selling Polygram artistes from the north in the 80s. Hewas a highly respected folklorist. He spent about 50–60 years inthe music industry.Alhaji Shata could not recall or remember howmany songs he produced. He was able to record some.He visited manyAfrican and Western countries, including the United Kingdom Franceand United States of America.Shata was famed to have sung for everytopic under the Hausa land's sun: agriculture, culture, religion,economy, politics, military, etc. Shata was awarded honorarydoctorate degree by Ahmadu Bello University in recognition of hiscontributions to Hausa literature.His relationship with othermusicians was cordial. Some of his notable benefactors were Emir ofDaura; Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar, Mammada Dan Sambo, Emir of Kano;Alhaji Ado Bayero, Sultan of Sokoto; Muhammadu Maccido, Jarma ofKano; Alhaji Muhammadu Adamu Dankabo; and Emir of Zazzau, AlhajiShehu Usman Idris.Alhaji Shata died on Friday 18 June 1999. He wassurvived by three wives (Furera, Hadiza, and Binta), 19 children,and 28 grandchildren. He was buried at Daura. However; he marriedmany other women and divorced them, some with children betweenthem. Amina (the third of his wives when he died) never gave birtheven though she lived with him for more than 10 years.
Ali Makaho 2.02 APK
wannan application din yana dauke da wakokin mawakin gurmin Alimakahowato Ali me Mandula.
Vagina Care 7.7 APK
Proper vaginal hygiene can make a world of difference to ourreproductive health. It can reduce the risk of acquiringinfections, it can speed up recovery and prevent uncomfortablesymptoms such as irritation and discharge. Take a look at some ofthe most important do’s and don’ts of vaginal hygiene.Get rid ofthe fishy odorget rid of yeast infectionbest femine wash