Memorize and learn the name, location and function of more than 600 muscles,
206 bones, nearly 60 organs, 150 named nerves and 150 named blood vessels,
and dozens of joints in the human body.
Patterned after popular trivia games, Clinical Anatomy contains
1,800 facts about the human body, presented as six categories of questions
and answers in a boxed set of 300 cards.
Clinical Anatomy has been reviewed and endorsed by Dr. Marshall
Anderson, Professor of Biology at Kansas City's Rockhurst College,
and proven by Occupational and Physical Therapy graduate students.
Clinical Anatomy is a fun way for students to learn gross
anatomy in study groups. It provides an excellent study tool ideal
for review of gross anatomy prior to board examinations.
Clinical Anatomy works exceptionally well when used in conjunction
with Clinically Oriented Anatomy by Keith L. Moore or Essential
Clinical Anatomy by Keith L. Moore and Anne M.R. Agur.
"These cards helped me to better prepare for
major exams in gross anatomy, and challenged my understanding and comprehension
of the intricate components of the human body. I strongly believe "Clinical
Anatomy" helped me to get an "A" in gross anatomy."
Craig Stinson, MOTS, Class of 2000.
"I found the clinical anatomy cards to be
very helpful. As the course progressed, I was able to constantly review
previous material, saving both time and effort in preparation for my
gross anatomy final."
Tim M. Bray, MPTS, Class of 2000.
"These cards helped me more than I could have
imagined. They served as an excellent source of review, and I highly
recommend them to any student who wishes to prepare for their board
Meg Wright, OTR, Class of 1997.
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