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Since 1911, Stedman's Medical Dictionary has been the medical profession's most trusted source for medical definitions. A complete medical terms dictionary, Stedman's Electronic Medical Dictionary (version 6.0) contains over 107,000 medical terms taken directly from Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 28th Edition.

Our comprehensive free online medical dictionary is powered by Stedman's. The medical terminology dictionary contains over 100,000 medical terms that can be accessed quickly and easily. The results of your search will display an exact match for your search term as well as displaying search results that contain your whole search term within a medical term / phrase (assuming a match can be found).

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Medical Terminology Dictionary

Thorough list of Online Medical Dictionaries comprising terms and clear definitions of the vast spectrum of the Medicine field. Here you find information on Alternative Medicine, Hormone Replacement therapy, Epidemiology, Transplantation, among others.
You are also welcome to visit our Online Medicine Dictionary, part of our newly launched Medical Dictionary collection, to find additional terms and definitions related to Medicine.

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About the Online Medical Dictionary

The Medical Terminology Dictionary is a great Ebook written by ACS Distance Education and is a comprehensive dictionary of medical terms, handy for Medical students.

Decoding the medical term is an important process, (See: ). Once experience is gained in the process of forming and decoding medical terminology, the process becomes easier. One approach involves breaking down the word by evaluating the meaning of the suffix first, then prefix, and finally the word root. This will generally produce a good result for the experienced health care professional. When in doubt, the result should be verified by a medical terminology dictionary. The process of learning any new language, such as medical terminology, is facilitated by learning basic rules.