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The Anatomy Student's Self-Test Visual Dictionary: An All-in-One Anatomy Reference and Study Aid
     

The Anatomy Student's Self-Test Visual Dictionary: An All-in-One Anatomy Reference and Study Aid

by Ken Ashwell Ph.D.
 

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Students preparing for careers in various medical professions will value this highly detailed and profusely illustrated reference guide. Fourteen chapters show, label, and define all human body regions and parts and describe physiological processes. The chapter titles are—

• Body Overview
• Cells and Tissues
• The Skeletal System

Overview

Students preparing for careers in various medical professions will value this highly detailed and profusely illustrated reference guide. Fourteen chapters show, label, and define all human body regions and parts and describe physiological processes. The chapter titles are—

• Body Overview
• Cells and Tissues
• The Skeletal System
• The Muscular System
• The Nervous System
• Special Sense Organs
• The Lymphatic System
• The Circulatory System
• The Respiratory System
• The Digestive System
• The Urinary System
• The Endocrine System
• The Reproductive System

• The book's fifteenth and final chapter provides students with a workbook that presents labeled line illustrations of the human body's muscle and skeletal systems. Students are encouraged to color in individual muscles and bones as an effective aid to memorizing the names and locations of each part. More than 500 color illustrations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764147241
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/01/2011
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
232,546
Product dimensions:
9.36(w) x 10.84(h) x 1.09(d)

Meet the Author

Ken Ashwell teaches anatomy to medical, health and exercise, and science students, and maintains an active involvement in research on brain development (both normal and abnormal) and brain evolution. He has written extensively for scientific journals, and has both written and contributed to many books on scientific topics. He is professor of Anatomy at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

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