It sounds silly, but you learn as many new words in an A&P course as you do a beginning foreign language course. Really –there’s been research to prove it!  Kevin Patton

Anatomy goes with Physiology. . . right?  That’s true however, we want you to take nursing concepts in smaller steps.  We’ll start you in this Pre-Nursing area with Anatomy, the map and composition of the human body, and Sectional Terminology which are medical names for front, back, below, etc.  You will find your Physiology broken down into these areas:  Cardiac, Ear, Eye, Endocrine, Gastrointestinal, Hematological, Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Neurological, Peripheral Vascular, Renal, and Respiratory

 

Title Type* Length Author Level
Common Medical Prefixes and Postfixes Chart* 1 pg. College Beg
Brain Basics Interactive* Public TV Beg
Whack a Bone – speed is key in this game Game* Ben Crossett Beg
Match a Bone Game* Ben Crossett Beg
The Brain and Nervous System Interactive* Hospital Beg
Body Cavities Interactive* College Beg
Organization of the Human Body- Cavity Quiz Interactive*  — Publisher Beg
Directional Terms – Front Interactive* Publisher Beg
Directional Terms – Side
Interactive*  — Publisher Beg
Appendicular Skeleton – Practice Quiz Multi Choice* 60 Questions J. Crimando Ph.D. Beg
Plane Quiz- quick Interactive* Publisher Beg
Chest X-ray showing pericardium Image* College Beg
Body Sections and Divisions of the Abdominal Pelvic Cavity Interactive* College Beg
Abdominal Quadrants Interactive* Publisher Beg
Movement Terminology  Interactive* College Beg
Abdominal Regions (9) Interactive* Publisher Beg
General Body Regions Interactive*  — College Beg
Organization of the Human Body Interactive* Publisher Beg
Organization of the Human Body 2 Interactive* Publisher Beg
Organization of the Human Body 3  Interactive* Publisher Beg
3D Brain Anatomy Interactive* Public TV Beg
Poke a Muscle Game* Ben Crossett Beg

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