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Introduction to Medical and Scientific Terminology.

C C 306M Lecture 17: Lecture 17: 11/06/2017
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11/06/2017 Gr. tonos, tension, stretching Gr. spasmos, convulsion, ...

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C C 306M Lecture 16: Lecture 16: 11/01/2017
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11/01/2017 Nature uses limited material of the earth to make stuf...

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C C 306M Lecture 15: Lecture 15 10/23/2018
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Theory of "the four humors" Humor: fluids that make up the bod...

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C C 306M Lecture 14: 10/18/2017 Note
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Galen's kardia Role of the heart: Galen locates one soul in th...

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C C 306M Lecture 13: Lecture 13
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Lecture 13 Orthopedics • "straight, correct" + paideia, rearin...

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C C 306M Lecture 12: Lecture 12
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10/11/2017 Ancient Theories of the Motion of Muscles Brain, pneuma,...

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C C 306M Lecture 11: Medical Terminology Curtis Lecture 11
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Lecture 10/09/2017 Bone Gr. Osteon L. Os, ossis, n • Myisut...

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C C 306M Lecture 10: 10/06/2017
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10/06/2017 Difference between lesion and wound Lesion - Pathologi...

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C C 306M Lecture 9: Lecture 9 10/04/2017
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10/4/2017 Integumentary System - integumen (?) Latin for cloak In...

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C C 306M Lecture 2: med term notes about stuff ha

sulcus nervi groove of the nerve vasa nervorum vessels of the nerve...

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