Publisher description for Anatomy & physiology for dummies / by Donna Rae Siegfried.
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* Form & Function: Anatomy For Dummies combines anatomical terminology and well-described functions so readers not only learn names and terms, but also gain an understanding of how the human body works.
* 16 page Color Insert: Sixteen color drawings help the reader to see the big picture and put all of the information together. Throughout the book, dozens of black and white drawings illuminate anatomical features and functions.
* Extensive coverage: Readers will not only learn what a feature is and what it does, but coverage of pathophysiology will show readers what can go wrong with it.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Human physiology, Human anatomy