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30 calificaciones
8 reseña

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This course will discuss the importance of learning medical language as well as introduce basic word parts and concepts applied in medical terminology. We will also learn about common organization and terms seen in medical records before moving into system-specific terms for the integumentary system (skin), musculoskeletal system (muscles and bones), and urinary (kidneys)....

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RB

7 de may. de 2022

Great course! well done, nice resources provided that help you follow along the lecture and animated flash cards to help you study. It requires actually memorizing and studying.

JY

14 de mar. de 2022

Very informative, useful, and helpful. The instructor is really humourous! Many thanks for the great efforts in making this wonderful course.

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por Jun Y

14 de mar. de 2022

Very informative, useful, and helpful. The instructor is really humourous! Many thanks for the great efforts in making this wonderful course.

por René B

8 de may. de 2022

Great course! well done, nice resources provided that help you follow along the lecture and animated flash cards to help you study. It requires actually memorizing and studying.

por patricia a c

3 de abr. de 2022

Excellent course! I learned a lot. Instructor is so good at what she does! Gearing up for the 2nd part.

por Rebecca K

25 de feb. de 2022

Everything was Well organized . I really the positive attitude of the professor

por DaJanae W

4 de may. de 2022

Found the course as well as Professor Kabiri quite pleasant

por Vanessa H

13 de may. de 2022

Thanks!

por Erika V

10 de mar. de 2022

Al no hablar ingles en la prueba final tuve un poco de dificultad, durante las clases estudiaba con el traductor y me era fácil.

por Taylor S

19 de abr. de 2022

professor was obnoxious, irrational, and uninformative.