Anatomy Demystified

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 21, 2004 - Medical - 412 pages
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Say goodbye to dry presentations, grueling formulas, and abstract theories that would put Einstein to sleep -- now there's an easier way to master the disciplines you really need to know.

McGraw-Hill's Demystified Series teaches complex subjects in a unique, easy-to-absorb manner, and is perfect for users without formal training or unlimited time. They're also the most time-efficient, interestingly written "brush-ups" you can find.

Organized as self-teaching guides, they come complete with key points, background information, questions at the end of each chapter, and even final exams. You'll be able to learn more in less time, evaluate your areas of strength and weakness and reinforce your knowledge and confidence.

This clear, heavily-illustrated guide to the human body covers anatomy of cells and tissues, muscle tissue, major muscles of the body, nervous tissue, membranes, organs, cancer, the skin, the human skeleton, the nervous system, glands, the senses, the cardiovascular system, the immune system, the respiratory system, digestion, genitourinary system, the embryo, and more.

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This book is perfect for the layperson. I would recommend it for those seeking to get an overview of anatomy. Additionally the cost is quite affordable. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Dale Layman, Ph.D., Grand Ph.D. in Medicine, is a popular Professor of Biology and Human Anatomy and Physiology at Joliet Junior College in Illinois. He is the author of many articles, as well as Biology Demystified and Physiology Demystified, two closely related books in this series. He is the first Grand Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine in the United States, and has received many other international honors and awards for his writing, teaching, and highly creative thinking. Dr. Layman has more than 28 years of experience in the biological sciences.

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