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Medical English Vocabulary:

JOBS

an acupuncturist
an auxiliary nurse
an anaesthetist
a stretcher-bearer
a cardiologist
a cancer specialist
a surgeon
a chiropractor
a dermatologist
a doctor/a doctor
the doctor of family
a general practitioner
a gynaecologist
a homeopath
a male nurse/a nurse
a kinesitherapist
a neurologist
an ophtalmologist
a pharmacist
a pediatrist
medical staff
a pharmacist
a radiologist
a midwife

ILLNESS

stroke
a cramp
a cyst
a gastric flu
a hay fever
a heart attack
a hernia
a muscular breakdown
a pneumothorax
a skin disease
a sunstroke
a tumour
a wart
an allergy
an infection
an otitis
an ulcer
appendicitis
arterial hypertension
asthma
bronchitis
burn
chicken pox
chilblains
constipation
diabetes
diarrhoea
epilepsy
gallstones
incontinence
influenza
leukaemia
measles
meningitis
multiple sclerosis
osseous fractures
osteoarthritis
renal calculi
rubella
scarlet fever
the arrhythmia
the breast cancer
the glaucoma
the ignition
the migraine
the Parkinson’s disease
the syndrome of intestinal irritation
variola
vascular diseases
whooping-cough

PSYCHIATRIE

an asylum of insane
a neurosis
a psychiatric hospital
a psychiatrist
a psychosis
an obsession
gives, demented person
group therapy
insane
personality disorders
problems of an emotional nature
psychiatry
psychism
psychological problems
subconscious
the couch
the madness
the mental illness
the unconscious one

USEFUL VOCABULARY

distressed
a bandage
a binding
a blood group
a distorsion
a doctor’s office
a donor
a drug
a medical center
a microbe
a nervous breakdown
a pain in the chest
a plaster
a pomade
a private clinic
a private hospital
a private room
a puffiness
a puncture
a radiography
a remedy
a room of hospital
a sleeping pill
a sore throat
a stopped nose
a taking away
a throbbing pain
a treatment
a vaccine
a virus
a wheel chair
a wound
an adhesive plaster
an analysis of blood
an epidemic
an itching
an ordinance
an urgency
antibiotics
atrocious
bearable
blown
capsules
cardiology
cardiovascular system
chemotherapy
constipation
consulting hours
contagious
curable/incurable
depressed
depression
dermatology
diarrhoea
digestion
digestive system
disabled person
drops
endocrinology
first aid
giddiness
gynaecology
haemorrhage
heart attack
heartburn
hormonal system
insomnia
intravenous
kinesitherapy
maternity
mortal
nausea
nervous system
neurology
numbed
numbness
on leave disease
oncology
ophthalmology
orthopedy
overwork
pain
painful
palpitations
pathology
pediatry
pills
plastic surgery
pregnancy
progress of medicine
psychiatry
radiology
respiratory system
seals
service of intensive care
surgery
swallowing
swarming
symptoms
syrup
taken dizzy spell
the curve
the defecation
the fever
the health insurance
the hospital
the nervous tension
the nose which runs
the operating room
the patient/the patient
the post-operative shock
the result of the analyses
the social security
the surgical unit
the vomiting
tiredness
uncoupled
urgencies
urology
very sick
visiting times
wadding

USEFUL VERBS

to have a headache/a stomachache
to anaesthetize
to attenuate
to bandage a wound
to be contagious
to be got hoarse
to be handicapped
to be hospitalized
to be in good/bad health
to be operated
to be paralysed
to be propagated
to be restored
to be stressed
to be wounded
to better be
to call a doctor
to catch a disease
to catch cold
to cough
to cure
to cut down
to diagnose
to disappear
to fall sick
to feel feverish
to graft a body
to have a cold
to have contractions
to have nauseas
to have temperature
to improve
to inoculate
to itch
to limp
to look after a patient
to lose consciousness
to maintain in life
to operate somebody
to relieve
to sew on again
to sneeze
to sniff at
to snuff itself
to survive
to take again forces
to take medicines
to touch the pulse
to tremble
to twist ankle
to vaccinate
to vomit
to worsen

USEFUL PHRASES

help me
breathe normally
do not move
hold your breath
I would like to make an appointment
I’m in labor
sit down
Where does it hurt ?

 

 


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