Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book
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The best anatomy review available for students!
Learning anatomy and systems of the body is often a difficult task for students at any educational level. One effective method students often use to retain complex information is to practice the kinesthetic learning method. Students of all types—medical school students, physical therapists, art students, and even yoga instructors—use anatomical coloring guides to help supplement their training. With the Kaplan Medical Anatomy Coloring Book, students will benefit from realistic illustrations, key word reviews, explanatory paragraphs, and the highest level of accuracy an anatomical guide can provide.
The Kaplan Medical Anatomy Coloring Book offers medical students the opportunity to learn by coloring detailed sketches of systems of the body and pairing these illustrations with corresponding labeling exercises.
Students can also take advantage of:
- Over 450 detailed and realistic medical illustrations, accompanied by labeling keys and exercises
- A clear and descriptive overview of each illustration, including major features, key points, coloring guidelines, and detailed microscopic views of cells and tissues, as well as fill-in-the-blank study aids
- 15 chapters covering the major body systems, as well as physiological information on cells, tissues, muscles, and development
- 96 perforated, detailed illustrations of muscles to color in a flashcard format for simple and effective studying on-the-go
- Nomina Anatomica labels, the international standard of anatomical nomenclature
Detailed, elegant, and accurate, the body system illustrations and accompanying text in this guide will prove to be a vital part of any medical student’s anatomical education. With the Kaplan Medical Anatomy Coloring Book, now in its fourth edition, students will become engaged while learning and commit this anatomical knowledge to their memory for years to come!
Below the diaphragm the descending aorta is known as the abdominal aorta and it has several branches. The first of these is the celiac trunk and it branches to take blood to the stomach, spleen and liver. The next branch is the superior mesenteric artery. Below this are the renal arteries that take blood to the kidneys. The gonadal arteries are found inferior to the renal arteries and they take blood to the testes in males or the ovaries in females. A single inferior mesenteric artery is found
the tube through which ingested products move. The accessory organs have digestive functions but they do not come into contact with material passing through the digestive tract. The alimentary canal consists of numerous organs including the mouth which is the opening to the system and is directly anterior to the oral cavity. The terminal aspect of the oral cavity is defined by the small mass of fleshy tissue called the uvula. Posterior to the oral cavity is the oropharynx. This chamber receives
tissues from the pre-embryo through the fetus. Before delivery of the fetus, the amniotic sac ruptures releasing amniotic fluid, the uterus contracts expelling the fetus from the uterus, and the final stage occurs when the placenta is released. f.------- Answer Key: a. Amniotic cavity, b. Embryo, c. Chorion, d. Chorionic cavity, e. Placenta, f. Fetus, g. Amnion 315 Index A anal triangle, 309 femoral, 191,207,215 abdominal aorta, 207 anatomical position, 1 fibular, 207 abdominal
231,233 condyloid, 91 infraspinous fossa, 65 extension, 101 infudibulum, 177 fibrio us, 85 inguinal region, 7,15 gliding, 91 inner ear, 167, 169,171 hinge, 91, 95 integral proteins, 21 humeroscapular,97 integument, 21-42 jaw, 95 integumentary system, 11, 39 rotating/rotation, 91, 101 intercalated discs, 37 sacroiliac, 75 intercostal arteries, 217 saddle, 91 intercostal veins, 231 synovial, 85, 89, 91, 93 interlobular arteries, 289 temporomandibular, 95 interosseus margin,
255, 257, 269 peripheral proteins, 21 portal veins, hepatic, 231, 283 palatine bones, 47, 49 permanent teeth, 273 postcentral gyrus, 113, 115, 125 palatine process of the maxilla, 47 peroxisomes,21 posterior (position), 1 palmar arch arteries, 213 perpendicular plate, 49, 51, 253 postganglionic neurons, 151 palmar arch veins, 227 phagocytic vesicles, 21 postovulatory phase, 305 pampiniform plexus, 297 phalanges, 63, 73, 79, 83 precentral gyrus, 113, 115, 125 pancreas, 175,