By Kenneth Saladin
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Read it – Ken Saladin explains human anatomy in an attractive, but effective method. He places a top rate at the phrases, and makes use of student–relevant analogies to encourage the reader.
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From the main pedagogically sound supplier to the outstanding paintings, to the combination of textual content with expertise, Saladin has shaped a educating approach that would either encourage and let scholars to appreciate and savor the wonders of human anatomy. This designated textual content was once built to face except all different anatomy texts with an procedure borne out of greater than 30 years of educating, exceptional artwork, and a writing variety that has been acclaimed by means of reviewers. Designed for a one–semester university anatomy path, Saladin calls for no earlier wisdom of chemistry or mobile biology.
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19. The left hand and left foot are _____ to each other, whereas the left hand and right hand are _____ to each other. 10. An imaging technique that exposes the patient to no harmful radiation is a. radiography. b. positron emission tomography (PET). c. computed tomography (CT). d. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). e. angiography. 20. The anterior pit of the elbow is called the _____ region, whereas the corresponding (but posterior) pit of the knee is called the _____ region. 11. Cutting and separating tissues to reveal their structural relationships is called _____.
We will see how continued developments in microscopy have deepened our insight into cell structure, examine the structural components of cells, and briefly survey two aspects of cellular function— transport through the plasma membrane and the cell life cycle. It is the derangement of that life cycle that gives rise to one of the most dreaded of human diseases, cancer. 1 The Study of Cells Expected Learning Outcomes When you have completed this section, you should be able to • state some tenets of the cell theory; • discuss the way that developments in microscopy have changed our view of cell structure; • outline the major structural components of a cell; • identify cell shapes from their descriptive terms; and • state the size range of human cells and explain why cell size is limited.
B. ultrastructure. c. microscopic anatomy. d. macroscopic anatomy. e. cytology. 2. Which of the following techniques requires an injection of radioisotopes into a patient’s bloodstream? d. a CT scan a. sonography b. a PET scan e. an MRI scan c. radiography 3. The simplest structures considered to be alive are a. organs. d. organelles. b. tissues. e. proteins. c. cells. 4. The tarsal region is _____ to the popliteal region. a. medial d. dorsal b. superficial e. distal c. superior 5. The _____ region is immediately medial to the coxal region.
Human Anatomy (Fourth edition) by Kenneth Saladin