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Anatomy of the human body

Creator: Henry Gray | Medical - 1918

However, the main text has always remained primarily a descriptive anatomy of the human body. ... important points could be made more clear, and throughout the work colored pictures have been even more extensively used than heretofore.



563 pages

Medieval Medicine: A Reader

Creator: Faith Wallis | History - 2010-04-30

The Value of Anatomy and of Anatomical Images this is the Anatomy for Philip vii , king of the French, ... Because it is prohibited by the Church to perform an anatomy upon a human body and because the art of medicine cannot be fully ...

Publisher: Univ of Toronto Pr Higher education

About this book
Rich and refreshing! The material ranges from academic exposition to clinical advice, from riveting narrative to poignant correspondence, and from piety to satire. The readings are given in full, rather than excerpted. Lucid introductions cover the spectrum of the entire textbook, without ever becoming "textbookish," and serious analysis is leavened by sensible asides and keen wit. The readings and comments are perfectly matched in celebrating the vibrant sanitas of medieval medicine.---Luke Demaitre, University of VirginiaScholarship in recent decades has greatly broadened our understanding of the ways people in the Middle Ages perceived their bodies, their illnesse, and their responses to illnesses. Access to original texts has been, until now, largely confined to specialists. Wallis performs the great service of making these writings accessible through accurate and graceful translations.---Linda Ehrsam Voigts, University of Missouri-Kansas CityMedieval Medicine: A Reader presents a welcome collection of primary sources on the thories and practices of medicine in medieval Europe and the Mediterranean. No comprehensive collection like this has been available before. Covering aspects of the professional training and practice of medicine, the intersections with law and the development of ethical codes, the volume is particularly useful for its rich collection of materials from the early Middle Ages, which have not been well represented in studies of medieval medicine. With helpful introductions that come from long experience teaching on the subject, Faith Wallis's collection will be a boon to any teacher or student engaging for the first time with medieval European medical history.---Monica Green, Arizona State UniversityMedical Knowledge and practice changed profoundly during the medieval period. In this collection over 100 primary sources, many translated for the first time, Faith Wallis reveals the dynamic world of medicine the Middle Ages that has been largely unavailable to students and scholars. The reader includes 21 illustrations and a glossary of medical terms.



761 pages

Biology, A Human Emphasis

Creator: Cecie Starr, Christine A. Evers, Lisa Starr | 2010-06-08

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Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

About this book
Should there be warning labels on fast foods? Should SUV drivers pay extra taxes? Should employers be allowed to require drug testing of prospective employees? This introductory biology text helps you learn the process of science and basic biological principles while encouraging you to think about critical issues. New "Take Home Messages" help you grasp key concepts while special features like the chapter opening case studies and "How Would You Vote?" questions make the material come to life. New "Figure It Out" questions in many illustrations help you understand the concepts communicated in the figures and the new Data Analysis Activities at the end of every chapter strengthen your analytical skills. This book has been widely praised for clear and engaging writing, art with step-by-step callouts, and terrific support from student media that all work together to help you "get" biology.


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    Learning Hints, not previously stated by others

    IMPORTANT: Make sure you READ ALL the information in the section labeled "INTRODUCTION TO COLORING" BEFORE you start coloring your first page. This is located on pages "xii" and "xiii" in the front of the 4th edition. This book is very well thought out and there really is a "method to the madness" if you actually read and follow the directions.I've found it beneficial to read through all the NAMES first, checking for parts that have similar names. Second, choose SIMILAR COLORS for SIMILAR NAMES or FUNCTIONS. For example, I chose Red, Orange and Yellow for the "Levators"; 2 colors of Blue for the "Zygomaticus Major" and "Zygomaticus Minor"' and 2 shades of Brown for the "Depressors" (page 44). Then look over the basic diagram to get a feel for the order which they appear in the body. Assign the colors in order by location in the diagram. For instance, go from back to front as follows: Red (back), Orange (middle) then Yellow (front). This natural color transition helps... 5/5 Heather - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Anatomy Coloring Book (Paperback) IMPORTANT: Make sure you READ ALL the information in the section labeled "INTRODUCTION TO COLORING" BEFORE you start coloring your first page. This is located on pages "xii" and "xiii" in the front of the 4th edition. This book is very well thought out and there really is a "method to the madness" if you actually read and follow the directions.I've found it beneficial to read through all the NAMES first, checking for parts that have similar names. Second, choose SIMILAR COLORS for SIMILAR NAMES or FUNCTIONS. For example, I chose Red, Orange and Yellow for the "Levators"; 2 colors of Blue for the "Zygomaticus Major" and "Zygomaticus Minor"' and 2 shades of Brown for the "Depressors" (page 44). Then look over the basic diagram to get a feel for the order which they appear in the body. Assign the colors in order by location in the diagram. For instance, go from back to front as follows: Red (back), Orange (middle) then Yellow (front). This natural color transition helps... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 29, 2013

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    The Human Body Coloring Book

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    A Great tool

    When I was a young man, we had a doctor in long standing. His name was Dr Hay,and he practised in central Alberta. As kids will do, we marveled at the full colour, detail anatomical posters in his office. When he passed away, we learned one thing about his amazing man, he had hand coloured ALL of those wall posters during school. Not only was he a gifted physician, but he was a gifted artist as well. The pictures are preserved, and in my memory, still vibrant.The Human Body Coloring Book is just like that. With modern technology as it is, we can now access books like this, that allow students of anatomy a wide variety of learning tools. This large volume (250 plus pages) is jam packed with study tools, descriptive elements, and visual elements. My daughters, who are science 'kids', love this and wanted to grab their crayons and get busy already.Is this book for high school kids? YepIs this book for college students? Yep.University classes... 5/5 Tim Lasiuta "Comic Fan 42" (Red Deer, Alberta) - See all my reviews, August 18, 2011

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    0 5/5 Working Mom - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Uncover the Human Body: An Uncover It Book (Board book) This is one of my 8 year-old's favorite books: she asked for it when she was 6 and is constantly rereading it. Now that she is a very scientific 8 year old, and has other books in the Uncover series, she has raised questions as to why the reproductive system is included in the tarantula book but not in the human body book. She would also like to know whether the body is a boy's or a girl's, because she cannot tell and thinks that's strange. I think these are good questions in a book designed for ages 8 and up. But I couldn't give it less than five stars because she loves it so and has learned so much from it. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 18, 2007
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    "I really like this book" -Katlyn (9 years old)

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    A Help for Students and Teachers alike!

    0 4/5 Liberty Justice "Product junkie" (Berwick, PA USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Human Anatomy Coloring Book (Dover Children's Science Books) (Paperback) I teach Anatomy and Physiology at a community college, so this book was a little too basic and not detailed enough for the class that I teach. Great book for the high school aged or for general information. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 16, 2004

    Very basic, but a good start

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