Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Human Anatomy and Physiology
This step-by-step guide makes learning A & P easier! Everything you need to know is simplified, condensed, and outlined so you don't waste time with unimportant information. This guide gives you spelled-out objectives, a clear question-and-answer format, and easy-to-understand illustrations, diagrams, and charts. With this handy Schaum's Guide, you can save precious study time and get the most advantage from the time you do have for schoolwork. And this Schaum's Outline is full of hundreds of practice problems and exercies. You can test yourself as you go along, without any penalty for making mistakes. Fully updated, this new edition is so complete that you can even use it as a self-study course!
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