Tag Archive: Medical Q & A

Dec 23

Medical Monday: Medical Q & A Practice (Light/For Beginners)

I find these learn to speak English videos to be great practice. They are especially helpful for students who are new to speed and new to Q & A. Here’s a video that involves dialog between a doctor and a patient: Here are some briefs and phrases from the video: are you= RU tell me= …

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Oct 01

Practice Video: Medical Q & A (120)

Here are some briefs from the video: duly licensed to practice medicine= DLIM New Jersey= NAOURJ medical school= MAOL ophthalmology= OPT/MOLG or MOLG ophthalmologist= OPT/MOLGT or MOLGT memorial= MAERL with reference= WREFRNS neoplasm= NAOE/O*E/PLAFM or NEO/OE/PLAFM as a result= SRULT melanoma= MEL/NOE/MA or MEL/A/NOE/MA choroid= KOR/ROID or KHOR/ROID [SIDEBAR: I like to use the brief …

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Aug 15

Video: Light-Medical Q & A (100, 110, 120)

I used this as my warm-up practice today. This is light-medical testimony. This testimony practice contains the terms: chronic paroxysmal hemicrania and Indocin. Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania is defined as follows on Wikipedia: “Chronic paroxysmal hemicrania (CPH), also known as Sjaastad syndrome, is a severe debilitating unilateral headache, usually affecting the area around the eye. Unlike …

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