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            Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary is a concise guide to the essential language of medicine.

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            Dictionary details:

           

            • Dictionary database contains over 39,000 entries.

            • Comprehensive guide to the essential language of medicine.

            • Covers brand names and generic equivalents of common drugs.

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            Application features:

           

            • No Internet connection required: simply download the dictionary once and use it on you iPhone/iPad/iPod touch without any additional expenses.

            • Hyperlinks between articles and directions.

            • Search History of the last 100 entries.

            • List of similar words in case of misspelling.

            • Wildcard Search if you are unsure of the exact word spelling. Use “?” and “*” symbols to replace the missing letters.

            • You can clear your search history.

            • Landscape mode support.

            • iPad support.

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            About Merriam-Webster

           

            Merriam-Webster Inc. acquired the rights to revise and publish Noah Webster’s dictionaries in 1843. Since then, Merriam-Webster has maintained an ongoing commitment to innovation, scholarship, and love of language. Each Merriam-Webster dictionary is the product of extensive research and painstaking writing and editing conducted by the largest group of full-time lexicographers in North America. Today, the company continues as the leader in language reference publishing with bestselling reference books and electronic references, popular Web sites and a range of licensed products.


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