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Human Anatomy and Physiology Online Course

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Human Anatomy and Physiology Course

Essentials of human anatomy and physiology

Human anatomy and physiology syllabus

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Human Anatomy and Physiology Online Course

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Learn About the Human Body With Illustrations and Pictures

The Study Guide for Human Anatomy and Physiology 

  • Find out how human muscles, nerves, bones,organs, glands, connective tissue and more, function and communicate with each other
  • The Comprehensive Home Study Course Covers Hundreds of Medical Topics Spanning Over 3000+ Pages
  • Award Winning Course Previously Only Sold To Medical Professionals
  • Each Lesson Ends With Key Facts, Revision Tests, Quizzes + Solutions To Reinforce Learning and Pinpoint Weaknesses
  • Detailed Illustrations With Labels To Aid Your Comprehension – So It Makes It Easy To Learn FAST
  • Complete Coverage Of Every Region & SystemIn The Body and With Details Of Specific Muscle Groups and Their Functions
  • Detailed Explanation of Cell Structures & Body Tissue and Goes In-Depth On Key Anatomy & Physiology Concepts
  • Perfect For Medical Practitioners, Students, Educators, Anatomists, Sports Trainers, Injury Law Attorneys, Chiropractors, Therapists, Nurses and Paramedics
  • No Prior Medical Training Is Required
  • Compatible With All Computers(Macs and PCs)

 

Course Modules 

System Component #1: 

Human Anatomy & Physiology Course, Materials, Lessons, Quiz & Answers

Lesson 1: Introduction to Basic Human Physiology 

Lesson 2: Physiology of Cells and Miscellaneous Tissues

Lesson 3: Envelopes of the Body

Lesson 4: The Skeletal System

Lesson 5: Physiology and Actions of Muscles

Lesson 6The Human Digestive System

Lesson 7: The Human Respiratory System and Breathing

Lesson 8: The Human Urinary System

Lesson 9: The Human Reproductive (Genital) System

Lesson 10: Cardiovascular and Other Circulatory Systems of the Human Body 

Lesson 11: The Human Endocrine System

Lesson 12: The Human Nervous System

Lesson 13: The Special Senses 

Lesson 14: Some Elementary Human Genetics

Ear-Eyes-Nose Injuries & Musculoskeletal System

Anatomy and Physiology Related to Clinical Pathology

Human Body Anatomy Diagram

anatomy chart

 

System Component #2:

Drug Dosage, Therapy & Pharmacology Module

  • Drug Dosage and Therapy
  • Oral and Maxillofactal pathology
  • Pharmacology I Guide
  • Pharmacology II Guide
  • Pharmacology III Guide
  • Principles of Epidemiology and Microbiology

Study Guide for Human Anatomy and Physiology

System Component #3: 

Detailed Illustrations & 3D Drawings Graphics Module

Human Anatomy and Physiology Online Course

Human Anatomy of Digestive System

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS COVERING:

  • 1-1 Regions of the human body
  • 1-2 Anatomical position and medial-lateral relationships
  • 1-3A The sagittal plane
  • 1-3B The horizontal plane.
  • 1-3C The frontal plane .
  • 1-4 A “typical” animal cell
  • 1-5 Planes of the body
  • 1-6 Directions.
  • 1-7 Directions upon members
  • 1-8 A “typical” animal cell
  • 2-1 Epithelial cells.
  • 2-2 Types of epithelial tissues
  • 2-3 Types of muscle tissue
  • 2-4 A neuron.
  • 2-5 A synapse
  • 3-1 The integument and related structures.
  • 3-2 The integumentary derivatives (appendages)
  • 3-3 A bursa–the simplest serous cavity
  • 4-1 A mature long bone (femur)
  • 4-2 A “typical synovial joint”–diagrammatic
  • 4-3A Anterior view of the human skeleton
  • 4-3B Posterior view of the human skeleton
  • 4-4 A typical vertebra (superior and side views)
  • 4-5 The human thorax
  • 4-6 The human skull (front and side views)
  • 4-7 Upper and lower members
  • 4-8 The human scapula and clavicle
  • 4-9 The humerus, radius, and ulna
  • 4-10 The human hand
  • 4-11 The bony pelvis
  • 4-12 The femur, tibia, and fibula (anterior views)
  • 4-13 The human foot
  • 5-1 Skeletal and facial muscles, anterior view.
  • 5-2 Skeletal and facial muscles, posterior view
  • 5-3 Types of lever systems
  • 5-4 A simple pulley (the human knee)
  • -3 Types of muscle tissue
  • 2-4 A neuron.
  • 2-5 A synapse
  • 3-1 The integument and related structures.
  • 3-2 The integumentary derivatives (appendages)
  • 3-3 A bursa–the simplest serous cavity
  • 4-1 A mature long bone (femur)
  • 4-2 A “typical synovial joint”–diagrammatic
  • 4-3A Anterior view of the human skeleton
  • 4-3B Posterior view of the human skeleton
  • 4-4 A typical vertebra (superior and side views)
  • 4-5 The human thorax with bones of the shoulder region
  • 4-6 The human skull
  • 4-7 A general pattern of the upper and lower members
  • 4-8 The human scapula and clavicle
  • 4-9 The humerus, radius, and ulna
  • 4-10 The human hand
  • 4-11 The bony pelvis (two pelvic bones and sacrum)
  • 4-12 The femur, tibia, and fibula (anterior views)
  • 4-13 The human foot
  • 5-1 Skeletal and facial muscles, anterior view.
  • 5-2 Skeletal and facial muscles, posterior view
  • 5-3 Types of lever systems
  • 5-4 A simple pulley (the human knee mechanism)
  • 5-5 The skeleto-muscular unit (arm-forearm flexion (3rd class lever system))
  • 6-1 The human digestive system
  • 6-2 Anatomy of the oral complex.
  • 6-3 Section of a tooth and jaw.
  • 7-1 The human respiratory system
  • 7-2 Supralaryngeal structures.
  • 7-3 The larynx.
  • 7-4 Infralaryngeal structures (“respiratory tree”)
  • 8-1 The human urinary system.
  • 8-2 A section of a human kidney
  • 8-3 A “typical” nephron
  • 8-4 The human female genital system
  • 8-5 The human male genital system
  • 9-1 Scheme of blood vessels
  • 9-2 The human heart.
  • 9-3 Scheme of heart valves.
  • 9-4 Cardiovascular circulatory patterns
  • 9-5 Main arteries of the human body
  • 9-6 Main veins of the human body
  • 9-7 The human lymphatic system
  • 10-1 The endocrine glands of the human body and their locations
  • 11-1 A “typical” neuron
  • 11-2 A synapse
  • 11-3 A neuromuscular junction.
  • 11-4 The human central nervous system
  • 11-5A Human brain
  • 11-6 A cross section of the spinal cord
  • 11-7 A schematic diagram of the meninges
  • 11-8 A “typical” spinal nerve, with a cross section of the spinal cord
  • 11-9 The general reflex arc
  • 11-10 A horizontal section of the eyeball
  • 11-11 Cellular detail of the retina.
  • 11-12 A frontal section of the human ear
  • 11-13 The labyrinths of the internal ear.
  • 11-14 Diagram of the scalae
  • 11-15 Diagram of semicircular duct orientation

Covers A Full Range of Topics Such As:

Cells and Tissues

Skeletal System

Muscular System

Digestive System

Respiratory System

Urinary System

Reproductive System

Cardiovascular System

Endocrine and Nerves

Human Genetics and Senses

Drug Dosage and Therapy

Oral and Maxillofactal Pathology

Pharmacology

Epidemiology

Microbiology and more!

Human Anatomy and Physiology Online Course

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