Unified Medical Dictionary
Special For Dr. Stator and other Arab Vets
Languages: English - Arabic - French
Unified Medical Dictionary - is a dictionary with 3 laguages (Arabic-English-French ) from WHO.
World Health Organization.
The Unified Medical Dictionary (UMD) is a multilingual medical dictionary. The first edition was issued in the 1960s by the Arab Medical Union in Baghdad, Iraq, to meet the urgent need in Arab countries for unified medical terms. Since the third edition (1973), WHO has taken the lead in maintaining and developing it, with valuable contribution from the Arab Health Ministers’ Council, Arab Medical Union and Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO). A specialized committee of experts was set up to collect, verify and add to the medical terms. The committee receives feedback, comments and information from experts and professionals from all over the Arab world, as well as medical terms approved and issued by the Arab academies in Cairo, Damascus, Amman and Baghdad.
The fourth edition of the UMD contains more than 150 000 terms in English and Arabic. Most of these terms are available also in Farsi, French, German and Spanish.
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