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Kirked, I think we don't mean we should speak Latin between us.I do think that we should use existing terminology the way it should be used and pronounce it in a correct way.Terminology is there for international causes.In former Soviet Union there were times when all diseases and all terminologies were attributed to Soviet scientists and you could not use foreign terminology. Was that OK? No. So, no need to speak in Latin or Esperanto,however one should use the correct terminology and pronounce it correctly.
What is the best way to communicate with patients and colleagues in England? In English. Latin is a fascinating and cultured language but it is mainly used because of academic snobbery.
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