Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology

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F.A. Davis, 1991 - Human anatomy - 614 pages
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-- Simple, straightforward presentation (by body system) of subject matter-- Beautifully rendered illustrations, most in full color, that work with the text to promote understanding of the subject matter-- Coverage of pathophysiologic and clinical topics in sidebar-feature style-- Expanded art program, with color photos and clearly drawn and labeled illustrations, nearly all in full color, created expressly for this text-- New section on age-related changes to each body system added to the end of chapters-- Each chapter includes an outline, student objectives, and terminology list with phonetic pronunciations-- New terms are in boldface, with full definition and pronunciation in the extensive glossary-- Chapters contain review outlines that are followed by study questions

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Organization and General Plan of the Body
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College of Mount St. Vincent, Riverdale, NY

Medical Illustrator, Castle Creek, NY

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