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It is particularly useful for health care students as it also occasionally considers how theory relates to their practice. That being said, I could still navigate the figures and understand what was trying to be conveyed. Another example is action potential initiation is covered but its propagation is not discussed, and pacemaker potential is not covered. Explore over anatomic structures and more than translated medical labels.

The clarity of this text is undoubtedly apprehensive. This framework is effective!

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Writing style varies since the textbook is written by multiple authors. Trail Guide to the Body Workbook. This may have been intentional, using repetition to drive home a particular point or connect topics between sections and chapters. Students may conclude that the adenoid is something else, not just another name for a tonsil.

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Having the chapters broken down into smaller sections that include summaries and questions for the students are all beneficial. Overall, I am glad that I reviewed the text and am very intrigued about the possibilities. Digital Anatomist Currently this section contains no detailed description for the page, will update this page soon.

At this level, health professions students need to appreciate that everyone is a bit different even at the molecular, cellular and tissue level. Mascagni Images from Anatomia Universa Currently this section contains no detailed description for the page, will update this page soon.

The text often links to outside resources and videos that help the reader visualize and understand important concepts. The text provides a clear narrative and appropriate presentation of the terminology. We do see naked people over there. Readers can scan the chapters to easily find specific topics.

It may need to be proof-read in its entirety to ensure overall accuracy. This online textbook is easy to navigate through and the interactive links work well. The open text lacked some of the bells and whistles that some of the e-texts on the market have.

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It would be inadequate for a course that utilizes cadavers. This can be especially challenging because you need to learn about the nervous system using your own nervous system.

Overall, materials is organized in a progressive manner. In other chapters, such as the immune system, cellular and molecular mechanisms are covered. The Interactive Links and Career Connections were well presented and relevant. Human Anatomy Dissection Manual To study the human body in the dissecting laboratory is an unique opportunity.

There needs to be more alternatives like this in other subjects as well. The book seems to sometimes have big blocks of lengthy text, which could be broken up by providing more images, diagrams, flow charts etc.

Anatomy of the Larynx Currently this section contains no detailed description for the page, will update this page soon. Overall format and most structures are labeled consistently, at least within the same unit and chapter. The online version flows well without this type of distraction. Figures and tables are not referred well in the text.

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Anatomy in particular is an extremely visual science. Betts The text focuses on the most important concepts in anatomy and physiology. When entering into the specifics of the field in anatomy, cracks flux pavilion the exhaustive details result in the separation of mastering the subject matter and superficial understanding from a student perspective.

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The text does contain a number of graphics as well as website links and videos. This review is based primarily on the evaluation of an anatomical basic. It is concise and easy to follow. Skull Illustrations Illustrations. More of the interesting examples of what makes us all different could have been used, for example the evolution of skin color, body hair etc.

The book start with general and fundamental knowledge, followed by individual systems, similar as most physiology textbooks. Also the Interactive Links a type of sidebar are well integrated into the written text. This text uses a logical, straightforward approach to the order in which topics are discussed. The text is easily read and should present the undergraduate reader with few if any issues.

Hyperlinks can also be adjusted quickly as necessary and should be keep up to date. At the end of each unit is a glossary of Key Terms relating to that unit, a Chapter Review, Review Questions and Critical Thinking Questions, all providing comprehensive review options. On a separate note, I also find problems with the organization of material within each chapter in this textbook.

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This section contains free e-books and guides on anatomy, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded. Anatomy At a Glance This book will be helpful in revising and consolidating the knowledge that has been gained from the dissecting room and from more detailed and explanatory textbooks.

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The text is written in an understandable form. In general, I think the writing is concise and easy to understand.

But for figures, I usually do not use those with the book, since better ones could be found on Web. The topic is one that that will not quickly change or become outdated. Each section is really its own separate entity, so there is not a much overlap between chapters that would lend to inconsistency. The right picture choice can make a huge difference to student learning and understanding. Most figures and diagrams are labeled correctly.