-The "Unique Benefit" to you is that the "Speed Learning for Anatomy" book enables you to learn faster.
-This Book Defines 9 of the Most Important Systems of the Human Body.
They include the: Muscular System, Skeletal System, Cardiovascular/Cardiopulmonary System, Respiratory System, Nervous System and the Digestive System.
-Speed Learning for Anatomy can also be used as a Quick Reference Guide before Tests.
-Our Teaching Method Focuses on keeping Similar Anatomical Terms "GROUPED TOGETHER" so that you can easily locate, compare and memorize these terms at a glance. Every time you read the definition of any anatomy term, you will also see the definitions of all related anatomy terms. This is because they will be "GROUPED TOGETHER" in that very same section. You may even find new terms that you weren't even aware of. The definitions are brief and extremely accurate. The writing style is simplistic, non-ambiguous, and easy to understand, while maintaining a collegiate level of information.
-See examples below.
-An Example of this "GROUPING TOGETHER" of Similar Terms relates to the "Blood Vessels."
If you need to know the difference between a "Vein" and an "Artery," you would open to the "Blood Vessels" section of the book. In this section, you will see "GROUPED TOGETHER," the definitions of the "Veins" and "Arteries," and therefore see their functions, and their differences. To complete your understanding of "Blood Vessels," this section includes the definitions of all the other types of blood vessels in the body: They are the: Arteries, Veins, Capillaries, Aorta, Coronary Arteries, Carotid Artery, Arterioles, Capillaries, Venous System, Venules, Vascular, and Avascular.
-Another Example of this "GROUPING TOGETHER" of Similar Terms relates to the "Brain"
If you want to find the definitions of specific parts of the "Brain, such as the "Cerebrum" and "Cerebellum," you would open to the "Brain Anatomy" section of the book. As in the example above, in this section, you will see "GROUPED TOGETHER," the definitions of the "Cerebrum" and "Cerebellum," and therefore see their function, and their differences. To complete your understanding of the "Brain," this section includes the definitions of all the other components of the "Brain." They are the: Corpus Callosum, Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Medulla, as well as the Brain Weight.
-Great for students, teachers, nursing students, athletes, fitness trainers, runners, coaches, and for health conscious people.
-FOR SCHOOL TESTS: "Speed Learning for Anatomy" enables you to browse through entire anatomy systems in a fraction of the time.show more