These popular study guides feature a new look, updated content and improved organizational features. The durable, folding format means that our most popular anatomical images are portable for the on-the-go student. Guides show numbered anatomical structures and contain answers that can be concealed for easy self-testing and memorization. Write-on, wipe-off laminated surface. Folded size: 9" x 4", unfolded size: 9" x 24".
About each individual study guide:
Anatomy Of The Brain--This quick reference covers: Nerves, arteries, vessels, ventricles, and cells. Limbic system and coronal section. Midbrain, medulla oblongata, and spinal cord and more.
Anatomy Of The Heart--This quick reference includes: Anterior (including cutaway view) and posterior views of heart. Explanation of blood pressure and lists of normal, low, and high BP levels. Illustrations and explanations of cardiac conduction, valves, and more.
Breast Anatomy And Disorders--This illustrated reference covers: Normal breast anatomy. Other breast conditions. Mammogram and other breast abnormality diagnosis options. Breast cancer: types and stages. Breast self-examination (BSE) and more.
Circulatory System--This quick reference includes: Arterial and venous system anatomy. Visceral arteries and venous portal system. Capillary, artery, vein cross sections and more.
Anatomy and Disorders of the Digestive System--This quick reference covers: Disorders including: ulcers, gastrit's, gallstones, GERD, hernia, hepatit's, IBS, IBD, hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, appendicit's, and cancers. Oral cavity, liver, pancreas, and duodenum. Arterial supply. Cross-section of esophagus, wall of stomach, jejunum, and colon.
Muscular And Skeletal Systems--This quick reference covers anterior and posterior views of the skeletal and muscular systems, as well as basic bone structure and muscle anatomy.
Anatomy And Disorders of the Respiratory System--Includes: respiratory passages overview and intrapulmonary structures. Emphysema, chronic bronchit's, asthma, lung cancer and more.
Spinal Nerves and the Autonomic Nervous System--Including: Spinal and cranial nerves. Listing and description of important branches emerging from proximal part of spinal nerves. Cutaneous distribution of spinal nerves and dermatomes and more.
Vertebral Column and Spine Disorders--Including: Detailed views of lumbar, thoracic, and cervical vertebrae types, atlas and axis, and sacrum. Common spinal disorders including kyphosis, scoliosis, lordosis, and osteoporosis. And more!