Being able to decipher medical language means understanding the common roots, suffixes and prefixes. For example, if you know “ectomy” means the removal of something…even without recognizing the rest of the word, you at least know the patient had some kind of surgical procedure and something was removed. A great example of this is appendectomy or lobectomy.

In this PodQuiz, you’ll test your knowledge of medical terms as you review along with me. If this is your first PodQuiz, here’s how it works: I’ll ask a question, give you time to answer and then tell you the answer. It’s basically like doing flashcards for your ears!

If you love this format for reviewing and learning material, then you’ll really love Study Sesh, my audio-based program that allows you to get up from your desk and study on-the-go. Study Sesh includes more than 100 PodQuizzes, covering a wide range of topics (plus, there’s some other really cool stuff in there, too!).

Learn more about Study Sesh here…and change the way you study!

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