InterActive Medical Terminology - the easy way to learn the language of medicine
Every section in the interactive course contains simple anatomical drawings that illustrate the position organs associated with each body system. Here is a sample of our work:
Open this free image of the duodenum showing the common bile duct and pancreatic duct and use it in your teaching or website. The drawing can be copied for educational purposes for free but I'd be grateful if you would include the reference to this website.
NHS website Check A-Z of Health
Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists (Amspar UK):
Free Medical Dictionary (Type in any word)
Free A-Z of medical terms (MedicineNet.com)
A-Z of illness and conditions (BBC)
Abbreviations and acronyms relating to the study of cancer (oncology)
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