The Human Body: An Introduction to Structure and Function
This exceptional resource offers a broad review of the structure and function of the human body. Each chapter is dedicated to a particular organ system, providing medical and allied health students and professionals with quick and comprehensive coverage of anatomy and physiology.
First year medical students and allied health professionals will benefit from the text's extensive scope and clear presentation. Knowledge of the human body's structures and functions is essential for every level of practice, and this indispensable guide is a definitive encyclopedia on the subject.
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The Digestive System m
The Kidneys and Urinary Tract
The Reproductive Organs M
Reproduction Development and Birth
Classification of the Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
The Autonomic Nervous System
The Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems
The Locomotor System Musculoskeletal System
The Heart and Blood Vessels BHBBM
Blood the Immune System and Lymphoid Organs i
The Endocrine System i
The Respiratory System m
Chemical Neurotransmitters 672
Sense Organs MHIHHMMIHMHMW
The Skin and Its Appendages
Quantities and Units of Measurement
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Human Body: An Introduction to Structure and Function
Adolf Faller,Michael Schuenke
Limited preview - 2011