Latin Language for Students of Dental Faculties=Lingua Latina ad Usum Stomatologiae Studentium= -: ϳ . -, ., .
ISBN: 978-617-505-629-5
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г: 2018
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The textbook contains programme material on education discipline The Latin language and Medical Terminology for the students of higher education establishments medical universities, institutes and academies that provides training of master degree 22 Health Care in specialty 221 Dentistry. The textbook is designed according to the structural-terminological principle and consists of 3 sections in proper correlation with the main terminological subsystems of medical terminology anatomical and histological, clinical, pharmaceutical. The grammar material of the first section is based on the terms of morphology, physiology and dental pathology including maxillofacial area as well as anatomical structure of the head and neck.
The second section of the textbook represents the lexical material embracing all essential dentistry branches: therapeutic dentistry, surgical and maxillofacial dentistry, orthopedics and orthodontics, pediatric dentistry with dental diseases prevention.
The third section is aimed at encouraging students to obtain theoretical knowledge on general rules of prescription writing fundamentals: notion of prescription, the rules of prescribing medicines, proper presentation of the Latin part of prescription, classification of dosage forms, the most important abbreviations commonly used in prescription and gaining skills in writing prescriptions on this basis, prescribing remedies that are aimed to treat and prevent the main dental diseases (dental problems with hard tooth tissues, pulp, periodontium, tongue, gums, mucous membrane of the oral cavity), surgical infection in dentistry, as well as emergency in dental practice.

Preface
PART . PHONETICS. MORPHOLOGY. SYNTAX. ANATOMICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURES
Unit 1. Theme: The Latin alphabet. The pronunciation of vowels, consonants and combinations of letters. The use of the capital letter
Unit 2. Theme: Syllable numeration. Syllable division. The length and brevity of vowels. The accent rules
Unit 3. Theme: The notion scientific term. The Noun: general information and grammatical categories. The dictionary form of Latin nouns. The role of Nominative and Genitive cases in terminological unit formation. Non prepositional direction
Unit 4. Theme: General information about adjectives. The 1st group of adjectives. The Past Participle Passive in Anatomical Nomenclature (NA). Syntactical construction agreed attribute
Unit 5. Theme: The 2nd group of adjectives. The Present Participle Active in Anatomical Nomenclature (NA). Adjectives with partial degrees of comparison that indicate the location of organs and directions of body parts. The peculiarities of adjectives major and minor in terminological usage. Adjectives of Greek origin in Anatomical Nomenclature
Unit 6. Theme: The structure of the terminological units. Word order in multi-component terminological word combinations
Unit 7. Theme: The I declension. General information about the preposition. Prepositions that direct cc. and Abl. Abbreviations of the anatomical names the I declension nouns
Unit 8. Theme: The II declension. Exceptions pertaining the gender. The rule of the neuter gender. Substantivisation in the Anatomical Nomenclature. General terms, abbreviations and set expressions commonly used by medical practicing specialists
Unit 9. Theme: General characteristic of the III declension. Types of declining and peculiarities of the vowel and mixed types case endings
Unit 10. Theme: The adjectives of the III declension and Present Participle Active (Revision). Formation of the comparative and superlative degrees. Suppletive forms and adjectives with incomplete degrees of comparison in medical terminology. General information on adverbs. Degrees of comparison of adverbs
Unit 11. Theme: The endings of the III declension masculine nouns in Nom. sing. and their variants in Gen. sing. Exceptions concerning gender. Grammatical structure of the Latin names for muscles according to their function. Formation models and ways of translation
Unit 12. Theme: The endings of the III declension feminine nouns in Nom. sing. and their variants in Gen. sing. Exceptions concerning gender. The dental formula and Latin abbreviations of teeth names accepted for recording
Unit 13. Theme: The endings of the III declension feminine nouns in Nom. sing. and their variants in Gen. sing. Exceptions concerning gender. Professional medical phrases
Unit 14. Theme: Peculiarities of declining of some III declension Greek nouns. Noun vas, vasis, n. The I Greek declension
Unit 15. Theme: The IV and V declensions of nouns. Exceptions concerning gender. General terms and professional phrases commonly used by medical practicing specialists
Unit 16 Theme: Prefixation. The most commonly used Latin and Greek prefixes. Prefixes of the numeral origin
PART . GENERAL RULES for PRESCRIPTION WRITING. CHEMICAL NOMENCLATURE. PHARMACEUTICAL TERMINOLOGY
Unit 1. Theme: The Verb. The Verb characteristics. The Imperative Mood. Formation and usage of Present Conjunctive Active and Passive. Prescription cliches containing verbs
Unit 2. Theme: General notions about prescription. Prescription structure. Rules for compiling Latin part of prescription. Simple and compound prescriptions. Writing out prescriptions in full and abridged forms. Notions on magistral and officinal medicines
Unit 3. Theme: The Notions chemical nomenclature and State Pharmacopoea. Latin names of chemical elements. Rules on forming Latin names of acids, oxides and bases, salts, compound ethers
Unit 4. Theme: Main rules for writing prescriptions with abbreviations. Common precription abbreviatio