Principles of Human Anatomy, Volume 712

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HarperCollins College, 1995 - Human anatomy - 796 pages
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Designed for introductory courses in human anatomy, this text assumes no previous study of the human body. Instead, this book helps to facilitate a basic understanding of this broad discipline by presenting data, unified concepts and vocabulary in a manner that is easy for students to understand. Although the focus is on anatomy, links are made between structures and functions to help students understand anatomical concepts. The understanding of structure and function is further enhanced by considering defects and disorders in clinical settings. Organized by systems rather than regions, each chapter of this seventh edition has been revised. This text's coverage of the human anatomy is now complemented by new features, including questions with figures, colour anatomy photographs, improved readability, phonetic pronunciations, and more exhibits.

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Note to the Student xx
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Blood 319

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