By: Edwin F Bartholomew, Frederic Martini and Kathleen Welch
The Human Body in Health and Disease is designed as a short course covering the basics of human anatomy and physiology with an emphasis on the mechanisms of disease. The book includes basic concepts of anatomy and physiology, integrated disease-related information, clinical applications, and terminology -- all without excessive detail. It is written by an author team known for its clarity of presentation and outstanding illustration program.
1. An Introduction to the Human Body. 2. Chemistry and the Human Body. 3. The Structure and Function of Cells. 4. Tissues and Body Membranes. 5. Organ Systems: An Overview. 6. Mechanisms of Disease. 7. The Integumentary System. 8. The Skeletal System. 9. The Muscular System. 10. The Nervous System 1: Neurons and the Spinal Cord. 11. The Nervous System 2: The Brain and Cranial Nerves. 12. The Senses. 13. The Endocrine System. 14. The Blood. 15. The Heart and Circulation. 16. The Lymphatic System and Immunity. 17. The Respiratory System. 18. The Digestive System. 19. Nutrition and Metabolism. 20. The Urinary System and Body Fluids. 21. The Reproductive System. 22. Development and Inheritance.
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