Table of contents for Anatomy, physiology, and disease : an interactive journey for health professions / Bruce J. Colbert, Jeff Ankney.

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Chapter 1	Anatomy, Physiology and Disease: Learning the Language 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Pronunciation Guide
* What is Anatomy and Physiology?
* Anatomy
* Physiology
* Putting it All Together
* What is Disease?
* The Language
* Medical Terminology
* Abbreviations
* The Metric System
* Anatomy, Physiology and Disease Concepts You Will Encounter on Your Journey
* Disease Concepts
* The Body's Defense System
* Body Barriers
* Understanding Routes of Transmission
* Universal Precautions
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 2	The Human Body: Reading the Map
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* The Map of the Human Body
* BodyPositions
* Pathology Connection: Body Positions and A&P Changes
* Body Planes and Directional Terms
* Body Cavities
* Radiology: The Science of Viewing the Body
* X-Rays (Radiograph or Roentgenogram)
* X-Ray Positions
* Computerized Tomography (CT or CAT Scan)
* Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
* Ultrasound (Sonography)
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 3	The Cells: The Raw Materials and Building Blocks 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Overview of Cells
* Cell Structure
* Cell Membrane
* Transport Methods
* Pathology Connection: Cystic Fibrosis: A Membrane Channel Abnormality
* Pathology Connection: Diabetes Mellitus: a disorder of facilitated diffusion
* Pathology Connection: Familial Hypercholesterolemia: a disorder of endocytosis
* Pathology Connection: Organelle Disorders
* Cellular Processes
* Cell Energy and ATP: The Energy Molecule
* Pathology Connection: Diabetes Mellitus (revisited): a disorder tied to cellular respiration
* Enzymes: Making Reactions Happen
* Pathology Connection: PKU an Enzyme Disorder
* Mitosis
* The Cell Cycle
* Pathology Connection: Cancer: Mitosis Run Amok
* Microorganisms
* Pathology Connection: How Microorganisms Cause Disease
* Bacteria
* Viruses
* Fungi
* Protozoans
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 4	Tissues and Systems: The Inside Story 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Overview of Tissues
* Tissue Types
* The Pathology Connection: Blood Sugar and Tissue Damage
* Organs
* Systems
* Skeletal System
* Muscular System
* Integumentary System
* Nervous System
* Endocrine System
* Cardiovascular System
* Pathology Connection: Septicemia
* Respiratory System
* Lymphatic and Immune System
* Gastrointestinal or Digestive System
* Pathology Connection: Body Image: Obesity and Anorexia
* Urinary System
* Reproductive System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 5 	Diagnostic Tests: Assessing the Systems
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Overview of Diagnostic Testing
* Blood Testing
* The Basics
* General Blood Disorders
* Specific Blood Tests
* Blood Chemistry
* Electrolytes
* Enzymes
* Urine Testing
* Fecal Testing
* Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) Testing
* Culture and Sensitivity (C&S) Testing
* Cardiac Diagnostics
* "Scopes"
* Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT)
* Polysomnography
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 6	The Skeletal System: The Framework 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview: More Than the "Bare Bones" About Bones
* General Bone Classification
* Basic Bone Anatomy
* Bone Tissue
* Surface Structures of Bones
* The Pathology Connection: Osteoporosis 
* Cartilage
* The Pathology Connection: Common Joint Disorders
* The Skeleton
* Special Regions of the Skeletal System
* The Pathology Connection: Bone Fractures and Healing
* Maintaining Good Bone Health
* A Quick Trip Through some of the Diseases of the Skeletal System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 7	The Muscular System: Movement for the Journey 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Overview of the Muscular System
* Types of Muscles
* The Pathology Connection: Myopathy
* Skeletal Muscles
* The Pathology Connection: Strains and Tears
* The Pathology Connection: Fybromyalgia Syndrome
* Skeletal Muscle Movement
* Contraction and Relaxation
* Movement Terminology
* Muscular Movement at the Cellular Level
* The Functional Unit of the Muscle
* The Pathology Connection: Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy
* Important Ingredients: ATP and Calcium
* The Pathology Connection: Tetanus 
* Visceral or Smooth Muscle
* Cardiac Muscle
* Muscular Fuel
* A Quick Trip Through the Diseases and Conditions of the Muscular System
* Summary 
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 8	The Integumentary System: The Protective Covering 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview
* Integumentary System Functions
* The Skin
* Pathology Connection: Skin Color and Disease
* Sweat and Sebaceous Glands
* Pathology Connection: Herpes
* How Skin Heals
* Nails
* Hair
* Pathology Connection: Lice and Scabies
* Temperature Regulation
* Pathology Connection: Skin Lesions
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Integumentary System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 9	The Nervous System: The Body's Control Center 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Application
* Overview
* The Parts and Basic Operation of the Nervous System
* Nervous Tissue
* Neuroglia
* How Neurons Work
* Excitable Cells
* Action Potentials
* Local Potentials
* Impulse Conduction
* Pathology Connection: Myelin Disorders
* How Synapses Work
* Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
* Pathology Connection: Peripheral Neuropathy and Spinal Cord Injury
* Brain and Cranial Nerves
* Overall Organization
* The Brain's External Anatomy
* Pathology Connection: Brain Injury
* Internal Anatomy of the Brain
* The Big Picture: Integration of Brain, Spinal Cord, and PNS
* The Somatic Sensory System
* The Big Picture: The Motor System
* Pathology Connection: Motor Pathologies
* The Autonomic Nervous System
* The Parasympathetic Branch
* A Quick Trip Through the Disease of the Nervous System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 10	The Endocrine System: The Body's Other Control Center 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Organization of the Endocrine System
* Endocrine Organs
* Control of Endocrine Activity
* Homeostasis and Negative Feedback
* Sources of Control of Hormone Levels
* The Major Endocrine Organs
* The Pituitary
* The Posterior Pituitary (or Neurohypophysis)
* The Pathology Connection: Posterior Pituitary 
* The Anterior Pituitary (or Adenohypophsis)
* Pathology Connection: Anterior Pituitary 
* The Thyroid Gland
* Pathology Connection: The Thyroid Gland
* The Thymus Gland
* The Pineal Gland
* The Pancreas
* Pathology Connection: Diabetes Mellitus 
* The Adrenal Glands
* Pathology Connection: Steroid Related Conditions
* The Gonads
* A Quick Trip Through the Diseases of the Endocrine System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 11	The Special Senses: The Sights and Sounds 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* The Different Senses
* Sense of Sight
* The External Structures of the Eye
* The Internal Structures of the Eye
* The Sense of Hearing
* The Structures of the Ear
* The External Ear
* The Middle Ear
* The Inner Ear
* Pathology Connection: Diseases of the Ear
* Other Senses
* Taste
* Smell
* Touch
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Eyes
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Ears
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 12	The Cardiovascular System: Transport and Supply 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview
* Incredible Pumps: The Heart
* General Structure and Function
* Cardiac Cycle
* The Pathology Connection: Problems with Cardiac Muscle and Cardiac Vasculature
* Pump Problems
* Vessel Problems
* The Electric Pathway
* The Pathology Connection: Electrical Disturbances
* Blood
* Blood Composition
* White Blood Cells
* Thrombocytes
* Types of Blood and Transfusions
* The Pathology Connection: Assorted Blood Conditions
* Blood Vessels: The Vascular System
* Blood Clotting
* The Pathology Connection: Problems Associated with Systemic Blood Vessels
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Cardiovascular System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 13	The Respiratory System: It's a Gas 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview
* Ventilation versus Respiration
* The Respiratory System
* The Airways and Lungs
* The Upper Airways of the Respiratory Tract
* The Pathology Connection: The Nose
* The Pharynx
* The Larynx
* Pathology Connection: The Upper Airways
* The Lower Respiratory Tract
* Pulmonary Function Testing
* Pathology Connection: The Lower Airways
* The Housing of the Lungs and Related Structures
* Pathology Connection: Pleural Space Problems
* The Actual Lungs
* The Protective Bony Thorax
* How We Breathe
* A Quick Trip Through the Diseases of the Respiratory System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 14	The Lymphatic and Immune Systems: Your Defense Systems 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* The Defense Zone
* The Lymphatic System
* Pathology Connection: Tonsillitis 
* Pathology Connection: Cancer Stages and the Lymphatic System
* The Immune System
* Components of the Immune System
* Pathology Connection: Leukemia
* Pathology Connection: Inflammation, A Two Edged Sword
* How The Immune System Works
* Innate Immunity
* Adaptive Immunity
* Pathology Connection: Autoimmune Disorders
* Pathology Connection: HIV and AIDS
* B and T Cell Action
* The Big Picture
* Pathology Connection: Hypersensitivity Reactions
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Immune System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 15	The Gastrointestinal System: Fuel for the Trip 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview
* The Mouth and Oral Cavity
* Oral Cavity
* The Pathology Connection: Oral Disorders
* Pharynx
* Esophagus 
* The Walls of the Alimentary Canal
* Stomach
* The Pathology Connection: Stomach Acid Disorders
* Small Intestine
* Large Intestine
* The Pathology Connection: Disorders of the Lower GI Tract
* Accessory Organs
* Pathology Connection: Cholecystitis, Hepatitis and Pancreatitis
* Common Symptoms of Digestive System Disorders
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Gastrointestinal System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions 
Chapter 16	The Urinary System: Filtration and Fluid Balance
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* System Overview
* The Anatomy of the Kidney
* External Anatomy
* Microscopic Anatomy of the Kidney: The Nephron
* Pathology Connection: Kidney Stones and Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)
* Urine Formation
* Control of Filtration
* Pathology Connection: Nephropathy
* Pathology Connection: Uremia and Renal Failure
* Pathology Connection: Kidney Replacement Therapy
* The Urinary Bladder and Urination Reflex
* Pathology Connection: Incontinence and Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
* A Quick Trip Through Disorders of the Urinary System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 17	The Reproductive System: Replacement and Repair 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Tissue Growth and Replacement
* Sexual Reproduction
* The Human Life Cycle
* The Human Reproduction System
* Female Anatomy
* The Pathology Connection: Endometriosis
* Reproductive Physiology: Female
* Pathology Connection: Menstrual Disorders
* Male Anatomy
* Pathology Connection: Male Reproductive Diseases
* Pathology Connection: Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
* Pregnancy
* Pathology Connection: Breast Health
* A Quick Trip Through Some Diseases of the Reproductive System
* Summary
* Case Study
* Review Questions
Chapter 18	The Journey's End: Now What? 
* Learning Objectives
* Multimedia Applications
* Forensic Science
* Disease Detection
* Primitive Surgery
* Remains Identification
* Fingerprints
* DNA Fingerpriting
* Geriatrics
* General Body Changes
* Gustatory Changes
* Wellness
* Cancer Prevention and Treatment
* More Amazing Facts
* Some Things to Ponder and Some Things to Keep you up at Night
* Summary Snapshots from the Journey
* Case Study
* Review Questions
The Study Success Companion: The Key to Your Successful Journey 
Appendix A Answers to Test Your Knowledge 
Appendix B Medical Terminology Word Parts and Singular and Plural Endings 
Appendix C Clinical Abbreviations
Appendix D Lab Values 
Appendix E: Infectious Diseases
Glossary 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medical sciences -- Programmed instruction.
Medical sciences -- Terminology -- Programmed instruction.
Human anatomy -- Terminology -- Programmed instruction.
Human physiology -- Terminology -- Programmed instruction.
Pathology -- Terminology -- Programmed instruction.
Anatomy -- Programmed Instruction.
Pathology -- Programmed Instruction.
Physiological Processes -- Programmed Instruction.