this lecture, we will discuss the anatomy of the following body parts: features
of the thoracic walls, The Trachea, Bronchi and Lungs, The Heart, Anterior
abdominal wall, inguinal region, scrotum, testis, Abdominal Esophagus, Stomach
and Small Intestine, Liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen, The Diaphragm,
Posterior Abdominal Wall, Lumbar Plexus and Autonomic Nervous System of the
Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum, Contents of the Male Pelvis, The Female Pelvis.
The lecture note provides a thorough review of human anatomy and physiology applicable to the nurses. It covers all
body parts using a systemic approach. Topics covered includes: Cell, Tissues and Membrane, The Integumentary System, The Skeletal System, The Muscular System, The Nervous
System, The Endocrine System, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, The Urinary System, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance, The
Author(s): Nega Assefa, Alemaya University and Yosief Tsige
the science of the structure of the body. In this book, after the general
features of certain systems have been discussed in introductory chapters, the
remainder of the work will general follow a regional approach. The regional plan
has been adopted chiefly because the vast majority of laboratory courses in
human anatomy are based on regional dissection.
This lecture note explains the anatomy of
following body parts: Cells, Tissues, The Light Microscope, The Skeletal System,
Muscular System, Nerves and Nervous Tissue, Heart and the Cardiovascular System,
Endocrine System, Visceral Organs and Reproductive Organs.
note covers the following topics: artery, bone, fascia, joint, lymphatic,
muscle, nerve, topography, vein, viscera, back, thorax, abdomen, pelvis and
perineum, upper limb, lower limb, head and neck.
The Visible Human Project is an outgrowth of the
NLM's 1986 Long-Range Plan. It is the creation of complete, anatomically
detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human
bodies. Novel 2D and 3D navigational browsers display Visible Human content in
an educationally relevant manner. Arbitrary slices, text, models, and
flythroughs are being packaged into learning modules organized systemically or
regionally to be delivered to many simultaneous users.