Anatomy Coloring Workbook (2nd Edition)

ALCAMO I. Edward [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780375763427

Princeton Review Publishing 2003 2nd Edition

AU $44.95
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The human body is wondrously complex, with 700 muscles, 206 bones, and countless cells and tissues. Studying and remembering all of them can be overwhelming. The Anatomy Coloring Workbook gives a clear and concise understanding of anatomy. The interactive approach to learning anatomy through colouring takes less time than memorising from textbooks and flashcards. The colouring process thoroughly fixes anatomical concepts in your mind, and when you need to recall the material, you’ll be able to visualise the body structures. The diagrams and plates have been created electronically, to give a sharp, precise rendering of anatomical structures. Concepts behind each colouring lesson are fully explained to make the learning experience complete. An introductory section is included on anatomical terminology, as well as colouring suggestions, and labels for easy identification and reference. This book is an invaluable resource for students of anatomy, physiology, biology, psychology, nursing, medical technology, health administration, fitness education, nutrition, art, and more. Medical practitioners, dentists and dental hygienists, physical and occupational therapists, educators, and professionals in scores of other fields will also find directed colouring a helpful means of review. The 125 plates in the book are organised into the following sections: >Introduction to Anatomy >The Skeletal System >The Muscular System >The Nervous System >The Endocrine System >The Circulatory System >The Digestive System >The Respiratory System >The Urinary System >The Reproductive System


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Anatomy/Physiology      Western medicine     

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