Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Elsevier
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Thoroughly updated to allow you to grasp the meanings of all medical terms in current usage, Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary is the definitive resource to help you understand and correctly use all the latest terminology in today’s ever-evolving medical field.
This 32nd Edition lets you enhance your understanding of all the current medical terminology in your field with more than 120,000 well-defined entries, 1,500 illustrations, and 35,000 audio pronunciations. You'll find the very latest medical terms used today with more than 5,500 new entries drawn from current sources and 500 new illustrations.
Also includes advanced search and language tools that have become the staple of quality apps from MobiSystems.
SEARCH TOOLS – effortlessly find words using a clear, functional, and easy-to-use interface. The integrated search tools activate automatically the moment you start typing:
* Search autocomplete helps find words quickly by displaying predictions as you type
* Keyword lookup allows you to search within compound words and phrases
* An automatic ‘Fuzzy filter’ to correct word spelling, as well as ‘Wild card’ ('*' or '?') to replace a letter or entire parts of a word
* Camera search looks up words in the camera viewfinder and displays results
LEARNING TOOLS – engaging features that help you further enhance your vocabulary:
* ‘Favorites’ feature to create custom folders with lists of words from the extensive library
* ‘Recent’ list to help you easily review looked-up words
* ‘Word of the day’ section to help expand your vocabulary every day
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What's New in Version 8.2.9
* Optimized for iOS 10!
* Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Needs more information
There is a triad of symptoms that I learned about in medical school 30 years ago and that I have encountered in my practice. I learned it under the name of the "asthma triad" but have also seen it named "Samter's triad" and the "aspirin triad." Patients with the condition have a present and/or past history of recurrent nasal polyps and asthma, and they are allergic to NSAID's. This needs to be in the dictionary, especially given the current issues raised in the medical community and in the media about the dangers of opioid medications--which may be the only option for patients with this syndrome. Its genetic roots if any need discussion.
Excellent medical dictionary. The best!!
It is just good no more
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Oct 05, 2016
- Version: 8.2.9
- Size: 333 MB
- Languages: English, Catalan
- Seller: MobiSystems, Inc.
- © 2016 MobiSystems, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.