“Medical Briefs” is a comprehensive dictionary of approximately 64,000 easy-to-remember medical briefs and phrases. It is an indispensable reference work for reporting medical jobs, verifying spelling and supplying medical transcription.
Volume 1 (the main dictionary) is arranged alphabetically by English and provides one-stroke and two-stroke, conflict-free medical briefs. It contains terminology ranging from lay medical terms to highly specialized vocabulary.
Volume 2 lists brief-form prefixes, suffixes and other combining forms listed alphabetically by English and also by steno.
All steno suffixes are written in one stroke. The steno suffix KLAOJ represents four separate building blocks (chol + angio + jejuno + stomy) and potentially nine syllables and nine steno strokes.
Suffix variations such as tomy/otomy, emesis/temesis, lysis/olysis and metry/ometry/imetry are given.
A separate volume lists brief-form prefixes, suffixes and other combining forms, listed alphabetically by English and also alphabetically by steno. Suffix variations such as -tomy/-otomy, -emesis/-temesis, -lysis/-olysis, and -metry/-ometry/-imetry are given
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