This is a collection of general research tools for medical transcriptionists to easily find medical terms and phrases. Bookmark this page to have them all in one easy-to-find spot!
Searchable and alphabetical listings related to oncology and cancer treatment subspecialties.
Medical dictionary, drug reference, and physician directories.
Search by entering a phrase or word, or alphabetically
Custom Medical Term Search
Use our custom search engines to search relevant sites for medical terms and phrases.
Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity
The AHDI, formerly referred to as AAMT, is widely recognized in the Medical Transcription field. They are the source of credentials of Certified Medical Transcriptionists as well as the distributors of the Book of Style, which is one of the most popular and accepted desk references for transcriptionists. Membership benefits include professional support, networking and advertising opportunities.
WebMD has a feature to look up city names. If you are stuck on the spelling of a city that you need for your report, use this handy tool. Includes all 50 states.
This site has an extensive online dictionary, a separate medical dictionary, and sound files you can click on to hear how the word is pronounced. Very handy!
This is an on-line dictionary that has a wildcard function, so you can look up parts of a word. If you know you hear "___adone" you can type in "*adone" and it will find all words that have those letters at the end of the word. Very handy!