This text, written for the one-semester human anatomy course, focuses on anatomical features of each of the major systems of the human body. Because there are so many new terms in this course, the authors have provided combined art and tables in every chapter to organize related information, both visually and textually. Many clinical applications, denoted by a caudeceus icon, are integrated throughout the text. Pathological conditions are covered in a section at the end of each chapter entitled "When Things Go Wrong". The biology of ageing and of cancer are topics that are integrated throughout. The developmental anatomy of each of the major system of the body is also integrated into the appropriate system's chapter. Accompanying software is available.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 70105278