Medical Dictionary for...
Charles F. Chapman
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Medical Dictionary for the Non-Professional

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Reference book. Defines more than 7,000 Medical terms.
paperback, 429 pages
Published 1984
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Found this book at a thrift store, fifty cents. I thought it could be an interesting book to have.
For example. . . In Websters pocket dictionary, "idiot" is simply defined as "a stupid or foolish person. This book defines the word "Idiot" as 'severely mentally retarded (i.q. under 20)' and where "moron" is described as 'a retarded person with an i.q. between 50 and 70' I found this amusing and quite interesting because when I call someone an idiot, I use it when I am referring to a 'mildly' anno...more
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