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Barron's Anatomy Flash Cards
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Barron's Anatomy Flash Cards use convenient color-coded thumb tabs to distinguish between ten different body systems, with each card illustrating a specific component in the system. The front face features the titled illustration with numbered pointers. On the reverse, each numbered part is matched with its correct name, followed by a description of the illustrated body part.
Now you can view the flash cards online!
This pack contains a unique code that will grant you access to www.barronsanatomy.com, where you can view all 264 full-color cards electronically!
Now, you can:
This attractive, newly designed set of Barron's Anatomy Flash Cards makes an ideal study aid for med school students, nursing students, and health care trainees who are preparing for tests. Each card pictures a human body part labeled with its medical name, location in the body, and function. A total of 265 4" x 6" cards show muscles, bones, and organs, and are color coded according to their general function in the human body. An important new feature in this second edition is a related Internet resource that contains electronic color images of each flash card. Students can now connect to Barron's special anatomy Web site and enter a unique code allowing them access to the interactive Web site. Once logged on, students can use the site's interactive technology to test themselves on every detail contained on the cards, and even create playlists of particular systems or areas where they require further study. The cards come boxed with a full-color, anatomically accurate poster that shows the human body and its major parts, as well as a toggle so cards can be pulled out and studied on-the-go. The poster unfolds to size 11 3/4" x 16 1/2".
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Barron’s Anatomy Flashcards
Kurt Albertine, Ph.D., is Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Neurobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah.
About the Author
Kurt Albertine is Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Neurobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah
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