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SESSION 1.1.    Medical Language

SYLLABUS
Day: Each Tuesday     Total Weeks: 24 Weeks     Duration: 60 minutes     Total Hours: 24

Instructor
Karen Nussbaumer, BS, RDMS, RVT

Start & End Times
CLASS 1 
START TIME:   8:00am      END TIME:
9:00am 
CLASS 2 
START TIME: 11:00am      END TIME: 2:00pm 
CLASS 3 
START TIME:  2:00pm      END TIME: 5:00pm 


Instructions
Each lesson is timed. You will have 5 minutes to complete each lesson.

Quizzes
At the end of each lesson are TWO QUIZ QUESTIONS to complete. You will have 60 seconds to complete the two quiz questions.

Extra Credit
For each quiz question that you answer in less than 10 seconds, you will receive 1 points of extra credit to be applied to any midterm or final exam up to 10 points.

SESSION 1

1) What is Anterior? Posterior?

LESSON

1) What is Anterior? Posterior?

QUIZ

SESSION 2.  

2) What is Superior? Inferior?

LESSON

2) What is Superior? Inferior?

QUIZ

SESSION 3

3) What is Medial? Lateral?

LESSON

3) What is Medial? Lateral?

QUIZ

SESSION 4

4) What is Supine? Prone?

LESSON

4) What is Supine? Prone?

QUIZ

SESSION 5

5) What is Proximal? Distal?

LESSON

5) What is Proximal? Distal?

QUIZ

SESSION 6

6) What is Supine? Transverse? Coronal?

LESSON

6) What is Supine? Transverse? Coronal? Frontal?

QUIZ

SESSION 7

7) What is Cross Sectional? Longitudinal? Oblique?

LESSON

7) What is Cross Sectional? Longitudinal? Oblique?

QUIZ

SESSION 8

8) What is Caudal? Cephalad?

LESSON

8) What is Caudal? Cephalad?

QUIZ

SESSION 9

9) What is Right Lateral Decbitus? Left Lateral Decubitus?

QUIZ

9) What is Right Lateral Decbitus? Left Lateral Decubitus?

QUIZ

Medical Language "Sound Language" Research Opportunity

Learning medical terms is similar to learning a new language. Learning medical terms related to ultrasound is an even more in depth language. CURE is accepting applications for three students to participate in Ultrasound Language and Communications Research. The project is called Sound Language. If you're interested in learning more and considering being a part of this research to fulfill your research requirement, please contact karen@cure.edu.

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