Teaching Medical Translation

@article{Wakabayashi1996TeachingMT,
  title={Teaching Medical Translation},
  author={J. F. Wakabayashi},
  journal={Meta: Translators' Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={41},
  pages={356-365}
}
The main difficulties specific to medical translation are students' lack of medical knowledge and their unfamiliarity with medical terminology and phraseology. These difficulties can be partially overcome by a bilingual introduction to the key anatomical terms, diagnostic terms, symptomatic terms, operative terms, laboratory tests, and clinical procedures related to each of the body systems. Together with ample practice in actual translation, a medical translation course should also include… 
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