Van De Graaff Human Anatomy

Human Anatomy by Van De Graaff is designed for schools which offer split courses in anatomy and physiology. The one-semester anatomy course is usually offered at a freshman/sophomore level and is taught primarily in biology, physical education, or allied health departments. It is a prerequisite for programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, massage therapy, sports medicine, athletic training, or chiropractic careers.

The text is divided into seven units and 22 chapters:

* Part 1 – Historical Perspective
1. History of Anatomy
* Part 2 – Terminology, Organization, and the Human Organism
2. Body Orientation and Anatomical Terminology
* Part 3 – Microscopic Structure of the Body
3. Cellular Anatomy
4. Histology
* Part 4 – Support and Movement
5. Integumentary System
6. Skeletal System: Introduction and the Axial Skeleton
7. Skeletal System: Appendicular Skeleton
8. Articulations
9. Muscular System
10. Surface and Regional Anatomy
* Part 5 – Integration and Coordination
11. Nervous Tissue and the Central Nervous System
12. Peripheral Nervous System
13. Autonomic Nervous System
14. Endocrine System
15. Sensory Organs
* Part 6 – Maintenance of the Body
16. Circulatory System
17. Respiratory System
18. Digestive System
19. Urinary System
* Part 7 – Continuance of the Species
20. Male Reproductive System
21. Female Reproductive System
22. Developmental Anatomy, Postnatal Growth, and Inheritance
* Appendixes/Glossary/Credits/Index


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