Complete Anatomy Coloring Book, 2nd Edn [Paperback / softback]

  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 240 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 8x11x20 mm, kaal: 910 g, black & white illustrations, colour illustrations
  • Ilmumisaeg: 08-Mar-2016
  • Kirjastus: IMM Lifestyle Books
  • ISBN-10: 1504800508
  • ISBN-13: 9781504800501
Teised raamatud teemal:
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 240 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 8x11x20 mm, kaal: 910 g, black & white illustrations, colour illustrations
  • Ilmumisaeg: 08-Mar-2016
  • Kirjastus: IMM Lifestyle Books
  • ISBN-10: 1504800508
  • ISBN-13: 9781504800501
Teised raamatud teemal:

Covering the body's muscles, skeleton, organs, nervous system, respiratory system, and other physical processes,The Complete Anatomy Coloring Book presents 150 detailed outline drawings for you to color, printed on one side of the page only. By engaging with the illustrations in this way, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the parts of the body and its processes, making it the perfect learning aid for all students. Coloring is a proven tactile learning method that aids in the retention of key terminology, making this book an ideal learning tool for all those studying anatomy at any level. Extended captions to the illustrations explain exactly what is being shown, and give clues to the labeling of the diagrams. Students can then key in the labels to the illustrations as an additional learning device. A full-color introduction illustrates coloring techniques. This book offers a thoroughly practical, interactive, and enjoyable aid for all students of medicine, physical therapy, yoga, and art.



Learn and retain key terminology as you color 150 detailed anatomy drawings. A useful aid for all students of medicine, physical therapy, yoga, and art.

About the Authors 6(1)
Introduction 7(2)
Color Gallery 9(16)
The Nervous System
25(32)
Organization of the autonomic nervous system
25(2)
Spinal cord and spinal nerves
27(2)
Upper limb nerves: the brachial plexus conceptual overview
29(2)
Brachial plexus and nerves
31(2)
Lower limb
33(2)
Medial and posterior aspect of the lower limb
35(2)
Head and neck: cranial nerves
37(2)
Head and neck: trigeminal nerve
39(2)
Head and neck: mandibular nerve
41(2)
Connections of the facial nerve in the temporal bone
43(2)
Distribution of trigeminal and facial nerves on the face
45(2)
Thorax
47(2)
A typical thoracic nerve
49(2)
The abdomen and pelvis: the lumbar plexus
51(2)
Autonomics of the abdomen and pelvis
53(2)
The sacral plexus: the pudendal nerve
55(2)
The Endocrine System
57(8)
The pituitary gland
59(2)
The thyroid gland
61(2)
The adrenal glands
63(2)
The Cardiovascular System
65(30)
Organization of the cardiovascular system: blood vessel structure
65(2)
Upper limb arterial supply
67(2)
Upper limb venous drainage
69(2)
Lower limb arterial supply
71(2)
Lower limb venous drainage
73(2)
Head and neck: arteries and veins
75(2)
The arteries of the brain
77(2)
Head and neck: dural venous sinuses
79(2)
Thorax
81(2)
The surface anatomy of the heart
83(2)
Surface anatomy of the great vessels
85(2)
Anterior (sternocostal) surface of heart
87(1)
Base of the heart
87(2)
Heart valves
89(2)
Internal features of the heart
91(2)
Abdomen and pelvis
93(2)
The Lymphatic System
95(18)
Overview of the lymphatic system
97(2)
Lymphatic organs
99(2)
Upper limb lymphatics
101(2)
Breast lymphatics
103(2)
Lymphatic drainage of the lower limb
105(2)
Head and neck lymphatics
107(2)
Thoracic lymphatics
109(2)
Abdominal lymphatics
111(2)
The Respiratory System
113(20)
The nose
115(2)
The paranasal sinuses
117(2)
Cartilages and membranes of the larynx
119(2)
Muscles of the larynx
121(2)
Interior of the larynx
123(2)
The trachea and bronchial tree
125(2)
The pleural cavities and lungs
127(4)
Mediastinal relations of the lungs
131(2)
The Digestive System
133(30)
The oral cavity
135(2)
The teeth
137(2)
The tongue
139(2)
The salivary glands
141(2)
The pharynx
143(4)
The esophagus
147(2)
The stomach
149(2)
The liver
151(2)
The biliary tree
153(2)
The pancreas
155(2)
The jejunum and ileum
157(2)
The colon
159(2)
The rectum
161(2)
The Urinary System
163(10)
The kidneys
165(4)
The bladder
169(4)
The Reproductive System
173(10)
Overview of the female reproductive system
173(2)
The internal organs: uterus, tubes and ovaries
175(2)
Perineum
177(2)
Overview of the male reproductive system
179(2)
Male external genitalia
181(2)
The Skeletal System
183(16)
Skeleton
183(2)
The skull: lateral view
185(2)
The vertebrae
187(2)
The pelvis
189(2)
Lower limb: the hip
191(2)
Lower limb: the knee and ankle
193(2)
Upper limb: pectoral girdle and shoulder
195(2)
Upper limb: elbow
197(2)
The Muscular System
199(30)
Muscles of the shoulder
201(2)
Anterior muscles of the arm
203(2)
Posterior muscles of the shoulder and arm
205(2)
Superficial flexors of the forearm
207(2)
Deep flexors of the forearm
209(2)
Superficial extensors of the forearm
211(2)
Deep extensors of the forearm
213(2)
Intrinsic muscles of the hand
215(2)
Flexors of the hip
217(2)
Extensors and adductors of the thigh
219(2)
Extensors and evertors of the leg
221(2)
Muscles of the gluteal region
223(2)
Popliteal fossa
225(2)
Flexors of the leg
227(2)
Index 229
Dr. C. R. Constant is an Emeritus Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon, a visiting Consultant Shoulder & Elbow Specialist at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and Senior Member & College Lecturer in Medical Sciences. Dr. Cecilia Brassett is a Fellow and College Lecturer in Medical Sciences at Cambridge Univerisity. Michelle Speak is a Fellow and College Lecturer in Anatomy at Cambridge University.