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Body trunk and legs without a head compared to a word without a pre x
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bones in anatomy (Figure 114) Consider the root oste (ahs-tee) connecting to the suf x -on Carrying out the process of word-building (synthesis), we get: oste + -on = osteon bone + presence of = presence of bone Note that osteon is smoothly pronounced as AHS-tee-ahn Therefore, the t of its two component word parts is like a smooth joint between two bones no cartilage (KAR-tih-laj) or gristle is required (See Figure 114 A)
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Needs cartilage (combining vowel) No cartilage (combining vowel) in joint in joint
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Fig 114 Bone-and-joint metaphors to illustrate the need for a combining vowel
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(A) Smooth t : No combining vowel (no cartilage or gristle) is required between joining word parts (or bones) (B) Rough t : A combining vowel (like cartilage or gristle) is required between joining word parts (or bones)
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Consider, in marked contrast, the important instrument on the dashboard of your car: speed + o + -meter = combining + an instrument = vowel used to measure speedometer an instrument used to measure speed
As you can see from Figure 114 B, the combination of speed with the suf x -meter, is a rough t: The two consonants (d at the end of speed and m at the start of meter) seem to rub and grate harshly against one another when you pronounce them This is like a rough- tting joint between two bones, such that some cartilage or gristle is needed to soften their contact Just pronounce these two words: speedmeter and speedometer From this, you can hear for yourself the truth in the old saying that, A spoonful of sugar helps the med term go down! In general, whenever you are building a new medical term, adding a combining vowel between the word parts never really hurts anything, and it may help make the pronunciation easier! So, go right ahead and do it, if the word sounds better to you!
Quiz
Refer to the text in this chapter if necessary A good score is at least 8 correct answers out of these 10 questions The answers are listed in the back of this book 1 Primitive medicine is at least (a) 500 (b) 1,000 (c) 5,000 (d) 10,000 years old
2 The Code of Hammurabi was important because it: (a) Described special monetary rewards for good behavior of doctors (b) Established a set of laws and speci c consequences for bad medical practice (c) Stated for the rst time the clear importance of human life (d) Removed any doubts that Zeus was King of the Gods 3 Asclepius adopted the sacred snake as his symbol for healing, owing to the fact that: (a) The bites of poisonous snakes are always fatal (b) Snake venom was shown to be a great cure-all in ancient times
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(c) The snake periodically sheds, regrows, and in a sense, heals its skin (d) Mercury was the winged Messenger of the Gods 4 The Greek physician frequently labeled as the Father of Modern Medicine: (a) Hippocrates (b) Hades (c) Dr Lucifer (d) Asclepius 5 The study of normal body structure: (a) Physiology (b) Medical terminology (c) Morbidity (d) Anatomy 6 Galen is commonly credited with being The Father of (a) Modern medicine (b) Nursing care and treatment (c) Radiotherapy (d) Experimental physiology 7 In the word, premedical, the part serving as the root: (a) -al (b) pre(c) emedical (d) medic 8 Body functions and the study of body functions: (a) Etymology (b) Terminology (c) Physiology (d) Geology 9 (a) (b) (c) (d) 10 (a) (b) (c) (d) is the pre x in premedical Pre-al Remedi Emeis the suf x in premedical -dical -al Pred-medical :
PART 1
Foundations
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Several key facts were tagged with numbered icons in the page margins of this chapter Write a short summary of each of these key facts into a numbered cell or compartment within the appropriate type of Memory Pillbox that appears below Background and History Pillboxes for 1:
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