Best Playlist To Learn Medical Terminology Fast

Get free help to learn medical terminology fast, for that upcoming job interview or certification exam. If you have done your best to study medical terminology, but find it hard to remember the meaning of basic medical terms, try this video playlist for learning that’s fast, reliable, and headache-free.

Our lessons are based on the idea that studying medical terminology is more effective if you’re having fun. It’s also easier to memorize lists of words meanings one at a time. Good visual aids and regular repetition help you retain new information longer too. We have combined all these ideas into a series of 1 minute long videos that use funny cartoons and examples to show the meaning of medical terms. Think of the lessons as moving flashcards, each teaching the meaning of one medical term quickly – yet in a way that makes it stick. Click the image above to get started with our first playlist: Medical Terminology For Beginners.

Six Medical Terms Named After Sports

Medical terms have been named after famous people, specfic occupations, geographic regions, and even foods. This video highlights medical conditions named after certain sports.

Fast or Slow

In today’s video tutorial, we look at another pair of medical prefixes with opposite meanings: brady- and tachy-.

Something’s Missing Medically

Do you know which medical prefix indicates deficiency or absence? Watch this video to learn how the prefix a- or an- is used in medical terminology.

Inside Out

A video tutorial on the terms “endo-” and “exo-“.

Related To The Kidneys

Meaning and usage of prefixes that refer to the kidneys.

Words Of The Heart

Not the stuff of Valentines and romance, yet these words go straight to the heart.

Think Liver

Everything you ever needed to know about the liver, involves this prefix.

Going With The Flow

This word ending suggests a stream, but not the walk-in-the-woods type…

MedicalTerminology: Stones & Words

How many ways can you say stone?