Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology by David Shier, Ricki Lewis, Jackie Butler

By David Shier, Ricki Lewis, Jackie Butler

Designed for the one-semester anatomy and body structure path, Hole's necessities of Human Anatomy and Physiology assumes no previous technological know-how wisdom and helps middle subject matters with medical functions, making tricky innovations suitable to scholars pursuing careers within the allied overall healthiness box. The extraordinary educating approach is very potent in offering scholars with a fantastic knowing of the $64000 suggestions in anatomy and body structure.

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Von Hagens is a German anatomist who invented plastination, a unique technology that preserves specimens using reactive polymers. 1b). W H AT D I D Y O U L E A R N? 1 ● 2 ● What research method that is still used today formed the basis of our earliest knowledge about human body structure? How did the invention of movable type and engraving techniques contribute to the science of human anatomy? 1 (a) Study Tip! The basic vocabulary used in anatomy is derived from Greek and Latin. Actively using this vocabulary will enhance your understanding and appreciation of normal body structure and function.

Morphologies are scattered section,that butoccur these in the length of thick and 4. throughout Describe thethe changes an c. holocrine b. concentrically arranged. cells are not grouped tightlythin together. (3) The observed I bands, and the sarcomere during muscle filaments, d. c. parallel to the long axis of the muscle. is, places between cells d. widespread over a broad area and joined at a and the observed fibers in the section that appear clear with 5. Describe in your own words the events that occur during common attachment site.

Cardiomyopathy (kar ́dē-ō-mı̄-op ́ă-thē) Another term for disease of the myocardium; causes vary and include thickening of the ventricular septum (hypertrophy), secondary disease of the myocardium, or sometimes a disease of unknown cause. endocarditis (en ́dō-kar-dı̄ ́tis) Inflammation of the endocardium. Types include bacterial (caused by the direct invasion of bacteria), chorditis (affecting the chordae tendineae), infectious (caused by microorganisms), mycotic (due to infection by fungi), and rheumatic (due to endocardial involvement as part of rheumatic heart disease).

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