American Association of Medical Assistants
American Registry of Medical Assistants
Texas Society of Medical Assistants
Interactive Medical Terminology:
Match Game - Medical Terminology Lists
Interactive Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology & Dictionaries:
Free Dictionary - Medical Dictionary
Understanding Medical Words Tutorial
Diseases & Conditions:
Anatomy & Graphics:
Dept of Radiology, Univ of Washington - Muscle Atlas
The Internet has a lot of great resources. It is important, however, to evaluate the website to make sure it has reliable information before using it in your paper.
Who is the author of the website? Do they have a degree in the topic they are writing about? Who are they affiliated with?
(Look for author name, “about us,” “who we are,” etc… for this information)
How old is the information? Has it been updated recently? (Look for the publication date)
Is the information biased? Are they taking a side of the issue and trying to push their opinion or trying to sell you something? Is it fact or opinion? It is important to use unbiased sources for informational papers.
Is the topic fully covered? What is the purpose of the webpage? Did they author state where they got the information?
Lastly, do not use Wikipedia as a source for your academic papers. Most instructors will not allow it to be used because it is not always accurate and may not have reputable authors.