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Anatomy Coloring Book 4th edition [Paperback / softback]

(Uuem väljaanne: 9781292026367)
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 384 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 270x216x22 mm, kaal: 852 g, black & white illustrations
  • Ilmumisaeg: 27-Mar-2013
  • Kirjastus: Pearson
  • ISBN-10: 0321832019
  • ISBN-13: 9780321832016 (Uuem väljaanne: 9781292026367)
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 384 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 270x216x22 mm, kaal: 852 g, black & white illustrations
  • Ilmumisaeg: 27-Mar-2013
  • Kirjastus: Pearson
  • ISBN-10: 0321832019
  • ISBN-13: 9780321832016 (Uuem väljaanne: 9781292026367)
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Why use this coloring book?


For more than 35 years, The Anatomy Coloring Book has been the #1 best-selling human anatomy coloring book! A useful tool for anyone with an interest in learning anatomical structures, this concisely written text features precise, extraordinary hand-drawn figures that were crafted especially for easy coloring and interactive study. Organized according to body systems, each of the 162 two-page spreads featured in this book includes an ingenious color-key system where anatomical terminology is linked to detailed illustrations of the structures of the body. When you color to learn with The Anatomy Coloring Book, you make visual associations with key terminology, and assimilate information while engaging in kinesthetic learning. Studying anatomy is made easy and fun!


The Fourth Edition features user-friendly two-page spreads with enlarged art, clearer, more concise text descriptions, and new boldface headings that make this classic coloring book accessible to a wider range of learners.







1. Anatomic Planes & Sections

2. Terms of Position & Direction

3. Systems of the Body (1)

4. Systems of the Body (2)

5. Cavities & Linings


6. The Generalized Cell

7. Cell Division / Mitosis

8. Tissues: Epithelial

9. Tissues: Fibrous Connective Tissues

10. Tissues: Supporting Connective Tissues

11. Tissues: Muscle

12. Tissues: Skeletal Muscle Microstructure

13. Tissues: Nervous

14. Integration of Tissues


15. The Integument: Epidermis

16. The Integument: Dermis


17. Long Bone Structure

18. Endochondral Ossification

19. Axial / Appendicular Skeleton

20. Classification of Joints

21. Terms of Movements

22. Bones of the Skull (1)

23. Bones of the Skull (2)

24. Temporomandibular Joint

25. Vertebral Column

26. Cervical & Thoracic Vertebrae

27. Lumbar, Sacral, & Coccygeal Vertebrae

28. Bony Thorax

29. Upper Limb: Pectoral Girdle & Humerus

30. Upper Limb: Glenohumeral (Shoulder) Joint

31. Upper Limb: Bones of the Forearm

32. Upper Limb: Elbow & Related Joints

33. Upper Limb: Bones / Joints of the Wrist & Hand

34. Upper Limb: Bones / Joints in Review

35. Lower Limb: Hip Bone, Pelvic Girdle, & Pelvis

36. Lower Limb: Male & Female Pelves

37. Lower Limb: Sacroiliac & Hip Joints

38. Lower Limb:

Preface   x  
Acknowledgments   xi  
Introduction To Coloring   xii  
  1 Anatomic Planes & Sections
  2 Terms of Position & Direction
  3 Systems of the Body (1)
  4 Systems of the Body (2)
  5 Cavities & Linings
  6 The Generalized Cell
  7 Cell Division / Mitosis
  8 Tissues: Epithelial
  9 Tissues: Fibrous Connective Tissues
  10 Tissues: Supporting Connective Tissues
  11 Tissues: Muscle
  12 Tissues: Skeletal Muscle Microstructure
  13 Tissues: Nervous
  14 Integration of Tissues
  15 The Integument: Epidermis
  16 The Integument: Dermis
  17 Long Bone Structure
  18 Endochondral Ossification
  19 Axial / Appendicular Skeleton
  20 Classification of Joints
  21 Terms of Movements
  22 Bones of the Skull (1)
  23 Bones of the Skull (2)
  24 Temporomandibular Joint (Craniomandibular)
  25 Vertebral Column
  26 Cervical & Thoracic Vertebrae
  27 Lumbar, Sacral, & Coccygeal Vertebrae
  28 Bony Thorax
  29 Upper Limb: Pectoral Girdle & Humerus
  30 Upper Limb: Glenohumeral Joint for B and C (Shoulder joint)
  31 Upper Limb: Bones of the Forearm
  32 Upper Limb: Elbow & Related Joints
  33 Upper Limb: Bones / Joints of the Wrist & Hand
  34 Upper Limb: Bones / Joints in Review
  35 Lower Limb: Hip Bone, Pelvic Girdle, & Pelvis
  36 Lower Limb: Male & Female Pelves
  37 Lower Limb: Sacroiliac & Hip Joints
  38 Lower Limb: Bones of the Thigh & Leg
  39 Lower Limb: Knee Joint
  40 Lower Limb: Ankle Joint & Bones of the Foot
  41 Lower Limb: Bones & Joints in Review
  42 Introduction to Skeletal Muscle
  43 Integration of Muscle Action
  44 Head: Muscles of Facial Expression
  45 Head: Muscles of Mastication
  46 Neck: Anterior & Lateral Muscles
  47 Torso: Deep Muscles of the Back & Posterior Neck
  48 Torso: Muscles of the Bony Thorax & Posterior Abdominal Wall
  49 Torso: Muscles of the Anterior Abdominal Wall & Inguinal Region
  50 Torso: Muscles of the Pelvis
  51 Torso: Muscles of the Perineum
  52 Upper Limb: Muscles of Scapular Stabilization
  53 Upper Limb: Muscles of the Musculotendinous Cuff
  54 Upper Limb: Movers of the Shoulder Joint
  55 Upper Limb: Movers of Elbow & Radioulnar Joints
  56 Upper Limb: Movers of Wrist & Hand Joints (Extrinsics)
  57 Upper Limb: Movers of Hand Joints (Intrinsics)
  58 Upper Limb: Review of Muscles
  59 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Gluteal Region
  60 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Posterior Thigh
  61 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Medial Thigh
  62 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Anterior Thigh
  63 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Anterior & Lateral Leg
  64 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Posterior Leg
  65 Lower Limb: Muscles of the Foot (Intrinsics)
  66 Lower Limb: Review of Muscles
  67 Functional Overview
  68 Organization
  69 Functional Classification of Neurons
  70 Synapses & Neurotransmitters
  71 Neuromuscular Integration
  72 Development of the Central Nervous System (CNS)
  73 Cerebral Hemispheres
  74 Tracts / Nuclei of Cerebral Hemispheres
  75 Diencephalon
  76 Brain Stem / Cerebellum
  77 Spinal Cord
  78 Ascending Tracts (Pathways)
  79 Descending Tracts
  80 Ventricles of the Brain
  81 Meninges
  82 Circulation of Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)
  83 Cranial Nerves
  84 Spinal Nerves & Nerve Roots
  85 Spinal Reflexes
  86 Distribution of Spinal Nerves
  87 Brachial Plexus & Nerves to the Upper Limb
  88 Lumber & Sacral Plexuses: Nerves to the Lower Limb
  89 Dermatomes
  90 Sensory Receptors
  91 ANS: Sympathetic Division (1)
  92 ANS: Sympathetic Division (2)
  93 ANS: Parasympathetic Division
  94 Visual System (1)
  95 Visual System (2)
  96 Visual System (3)
  97 Auditory & Vestibular Systems (1)
  98 Auditory & Vestibular Systems (2)
  99 Taste & Smell
  100 Blood & Blood Elements
  101 Scheme of Blood Circulation
  102 Blood Vessels
  103 Mediastinum, Walls, & Coverings of the Heart
  104 Chambers of the Heart
  105 Cardiac Conduction System & the ECG
  106 Coronary Arteries & Cardiac Veins
  107 Arteries of the Head & Neck
  108 Arteries of the Brain
  109 Arteries & Veins of the Upper Limb
  110 Arteries of the Lower Limb
  111 Aorta, Branches, & Related Vessels
  112 Arteries to Gastrointestinal Tract & Related Organs
  113 Arteries of the Pelvis & Perineum
  114 Review of Principal Arteries
  115 Veins of the Head & Neck
  116 Caval & Azygos Systems
  117 Veins of the Lower Limb
  118 Hepatic Portal System
  119 Review of Principal Veins
  120 Lymphatic Drainage & Lymphocyte Circulation
  121 Introduction
  122 Innate & Adaptive Immunity
  123 Thymus & Red Marrow
  124 Spleen
  125 Lymph Node
  126 Mucosal Associated Lymphoid Tissue (M.A.L.T.)
  127 Overview
  128 External Nose, Nasal Septum, & Nasal Cavity
  129 Paranasal Air Sinuses
  130 Pharynx & Larynx
  131 Lobes & Pleura of the Lungs
  132 Lower Respiratory Tract
  133 Mechanism of Respiration
  134 Overview
  135 Oral Cavity & Relations
  136 Anatomy of a Tooth
  137 Pharynx & Swallowing
  138 Peritoneum
  139 Esophagus and Stomach
  140 Small Intestine
  141 Large Intestine
  142 Liver
  143 Biliary System & Pancreas
  144 Urinary Tract
  145 Kidneys & Related Retroperitoneal Structures
  146 Kidney & Ureter
  147 The Nephron
  148 Tubular Function & Renal Circulation
  149 Introduction
  150 Pituitary Gland & Hypothalamus
  151 Pituitary Gland & Target Organs
  152 Thyroid & Parathyroid Glands
  153 Adrenal (Suprarenal) Glands
  154 Pancreatic Islets
  155 Male Reproductive System
  156 Testis
  157 Male Urogenital Structures
  158 Female Reproductive System
  159 Ovary
  160 Uterus, Uterine Tubes, & Vagina
  161 Menstrual Cycle
  162 Breast (Mammary Gland)
Bibliography And References  
Appendix A Answer Keys (To Reviews On Pages 34, 41, 58, 66, 114, 119)  
Appendix B Spinal Innervation Of Skeletal Muscles  
WYNN KAPIT Wynn Kapit, the designer and illustrator of this book, has had careers in law, graphic and advertising design, painting, and teaching. In 1955, he graduated from law school, with honors, from the University of Miami and was admitted to the Florida Bar. He practiced law both before and after military service. Four years later, he decided to pursue a childhood ambition and enrolled at what is now the Art Center College in Los Angeles, where he studied graphic design. Afterwards, he worked in the New York advertising world for six years as a designer and art director. He "dropped out" in the late 1960s, returned to California, and began painting. His numerous exhibitions included a one-man show at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in 1968. He returned to school and received a master's degree in painting from the University of California at Berkeley in 1972. Kapit was teaching figure drawing in Adult Ed in San Francisco in 1975 when he decided he needed to learn more about bones and muscles. He enrolled in Dr. Elson's anatomy class at San Francisco City College. While he was a student, he created the word-and-illustration coloring format that seemed to be a remarkably effective way of learning the subject. He showed some layouts to Dr. Elson and indicated his intention to do a coloring book on bones and muscles for artists. Immediately recognizing the potential of this method, Dr. Elson encouraged Kapit to do a "complete" coloring book on anatomy and offered to collaborate on the project. The first edition of The Anatomy Coloring Book was published in 1977, and its immediate success inspired the development of a completely new field of publishing: educational coloring books. Kapit went on to create The Physiology Coloring Book with the assistance of two professors who were teaching at Berkeley: Dr. Robert I. Macey and Dr. Esmail Meisami. That book was published in 1987 and has gone through two editions. In the early 1990s, Kapit wrote and designed The Geography Coloring Book, now in its second edition. LAWRENCE M. ELSON Lawrence M. Elson, PhD, planned the content and organization, provided sketches, and wrote the text for the book. This is his seventh text, having authored It's Your Body and The Zoology Coloring Book and co-authored The Human Brain Coloring Book and The Microbiology Coloring Book. He received his BA in zoology and pre-med at the University of California at Berkeley and continued there to receive his PhD in human anatomy. Dr. Elson was assistant professor of anatomy at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, participated in the development of the Physician's Assistant Program, lectured and taught dissection anatomy at the University of California School of Medicine in San Francisco, and taught general anatomy, from protozoons to humans, at City College of San Francisco. In his younger days, Dr. Elson trained to become a naval aviator and went on to fly dive-bombers off aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific. While attending college and graduate school, he remained in the Naval Air Reserve and flew antisubmarine patrol planes and helicopters. His last position in his 20-year Navy career was as commanding officer of a reserve antisubmarine helicopter squadron. Dr. Elson is a consultant to insurance companies and personal injury and medical malpractice attorneys on causation-of-injury/death issues, a practice that has taken him throughout the United States and Canada. He has testified in hundreds of personal injury trials and arbitrations. His research interests are focused on the anatomic bases of myofascial pain arising from low velocity accidents.

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