By Stanley Gunstream
Designed for an introductory, one-semester path, the scope, association, writing kind, intensity of presentation, and pedagogical elements of this article were adapted to fulfill the wishes of scholars getting ready for a profession in allied healthiness. this article doesn't suppose any earlier technology wisdom at the a part of the scholar and successfully offers scholars with the basics of anatomy and body structure.
It's the one one-semester textual content to be had with a integrated examine guide/workbook.
A hallmark function of this article is the author’s presentation of A&P options which are actual, yet awarded at a degree that's acceptable for virtually all students. Stan Gunstream highlights the relationships among constitution and serve as of physique components and the mechanisms of homeostasis. additionally, interrelationships of the organ platforms are famous the place applicable and helpful. with no the over the top aspect of a few of the longer A & P texts, scholars can greater understand key serious suggestions in every one very important quarter of study.
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