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MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY / LATIN IN MEDICINE EXAMINATION
SYLLABUS
1. Alphabet. Pronunciation.
a) Peculiarities of Latin pronunciation.
2. Quantity of Vowels. Syllables. Quantity Of Syllables. Accent.
3. Elements of the contemporary medical terminology.
a) Nouns
b) Adjectives
4. Inflection. Cases used in the medical terminology.
5. Dictionary entry of nouns. Stem and base.
6. Composed words.
7. Basic characteristics of anatomical and pharmaceutical terminology.
8. First declension. Suffixes.
a) Nouns and adjectives.
b) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
9. Clinical terminology.
a) Basic Greek roots, suffixes and prefixes used in clinical terminology.
10. Second declension.
a) Nouns of masculine gender.
b) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
c) Adjectives of masculine gender.
11. Nouns of neuter gender of the second declension.
a) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
b) Adjectives of neuter gender of the second declension.
12. First and second declension adjectives.
13. Diagnoses of the First and Second Declension.
14. Third declension: general characteristic.
15. Third declension consonant stems.
a) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
16. Third declension pure i-stems.
a) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
17. Mixed i-stems.
a) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
18. Use of suffixes and prepositions with nouns of the third declension.
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19. Third declension adjectives.
a) Present active participle.
b) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
20. Diagnoses of the Third Declension.
21. Comparison of adjectives.
a) Regular comparison of adjectives.
b) Irregular comparison of adjectives.
22. Fourth declension.
a) nouns of masculine gender.
b) nouns of neuter gender.
c) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
23. Numerals and their use in medical terminology.
24. Fifth declension.
a) Greek word parts ad their Latin equivalents.
25. Diagnoses of the Fourth and Fifth Declensions.
26. Latin prepositions and their use as prefixes.
27. Greek and latin equivelents of colors.
28. Some adverbs and verbs used in medical terminology.
29. Medical prescriptions.
a) Prescription writing – principal parts of a written prescription
b) Prescription abbreviations.
30. Drug forms.
31. Key terms of:
a) Cavitas cranii. Cavitas oris.
b) Systema digestorium.
32. Some abbreviations used in medical terminology.
a) Some Latin abbreviations used in English.
33. Prepositional phrases used in medical terminology.
34. Latin sayings and phrases.
The acknowledgement and assessment of the accomplished results is done by a final
written test; in specific cases in paralel oral exam is submitted.
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