Body structures & functions
Completely updated and revised, the chapters are now reorganized for the study of body structure and function. A new workbook provides an overview outline of each chapter, extensive questions based directly on chapter content, as well as questions about applying theory to practice. Delmar's Anatomy & Physiology Challenge CD-ROM comes free with each book.-- career profiles added to give an overview of health occupations in specific areas-- new artwork and photographs enhance presentation and learning-- review sections include questions regarding the application of theory to practice-- new section on Medical Highlights provides the current information on new technology-- free Anatomy & Physiology Challenge CD-ROM game
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