Anatomy and Physiology

Textbook:
Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, Tortora and Derrickson 14th edition

These files serve as a supplement to the class lectures on anatomy and physiology.
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Practice Test Questions
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Practice Test Question Website
TCM Board Review Website


Additional Practice Test Questions
Review Questions 1
Review Questions 2


ITunes Anatomy Podcasts

Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology
Understanding Anatomy and Physiology
Intro to Anatomy and Physiology

PowerPoint Slides (14th edition textbook)
Chapter 01 – An Introduction to the Human Body
Chapter 02 – The Chemical Level of Organization
Chapter 03 – The Cellular Level of Organization
Chapter 04 – Tissues
Chapter 05 – Integumentary System
Chapter 06 – The Skeletal System (Bone)
Chapter 07 – The Skeletal System (Axial Skeleton)
Chapter 08 – The Skeletal System (Appendicular Skeleton)
Chapter 09 – Joints
Chapter 10 – Muscular Tissue
Chapter 11 – Muscular System
Chapter 12 – Nervous Tissue
Chapter 13 – Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
Chapter 14 – Brain and Cranial Nerves
Chapter 15 – Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 16 – Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems
Chapter 17 – The Special Senses
Chapter 18 – Endocrine System
Chapter 19 – The Cardiovascular System: Blood
Chapter 20 – The Cardiovascular System: The Heart
Chapter 21 – Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels & Hemodynamics
Chapter 22 – Lymphatic System and Immunity
Chapter 23 – The Respiratory System
Chapter 24 – The Digestive System
Chapter 25 – Metabolism and Nutrition
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System
Chapter 27 – Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Homeostasis
Chapter 28 – The Reproductive System
Chapter 29 – Development and Inheritance


Chapter Outline Notes
(14th edition textbook)
Chapter 01 – An Introduction to the Human Body
Chapter 02 – The Chemical Level of Organization
Chapter 03 – The Cellular Level of Organization
Chapter 04 – Tissues
Chapter 05 – Integumentary System
Chapter 06 – The Skeletal System (Bone)
Chapter 07 – The Skeletal System (Axial Skeleton)
Chapter 08 – The Skeletal System (Appendicular Skeleton)
Chapter 09 – Joints
Chapter 10 – Muscular Tissue
Chapter 11 – Muscular System
Chapter 12 – Nervous Tissue
Chapter 13 – Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
Chapter 14 – Brain and Cranial Nerves
Chapter 15 – Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 16 – Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems
Chapter 17 – The Special Senses
Chapter 18 – Endocrine System
Chapter 19 – The Cardiovascular System: Blood
Chapter 20 – The Cardiovascular System: The Heart
Chapter 21 – Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels & Hemodynamics
Chapter 22 – Lymphatic System and Immunity
Chapter 23 – The Respiratory System
Chapter 24 – The Digestive System
Chapter 25 – Metabolism and Nutrition
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System
Chapter 27 – Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Homeostasis
Chapter 28 – The Reproductive System
Chapter 29 – Development and Inheritance


Audio Files (Class recordings)
Chapter 01 –
Chapter 02 –
Chapter 03 –
Chapter 04 –
Chapter 05 – Integumentary System (part 1)
Chapter 05 – Integumentary System (part 2)
Chapter 06 –
Chapter 07 –
Chapter 08 –
Chapter 09 –
Chapter 10 – Muscular Tissue part 1
Chapter 10 –
Muscular Tissue part 2
Chapter 11 –
Chapter 12 –
Chapter 13 –
Chapter 14 –
Chapter 15 –
Chapter 16 –
Chapter 17 –
Chapter 18 – Endocrine System (part 1)
Chapter 18 – Endocrine System (part 2)
Chapter 19 – Cardiovascular System – Blood (part 1)
Chapter 19 – Cardiovascular System – Blood (part 2)
Chapter 20 – Cardiovascular System – The Heart (part 1)
Chapter 20 – Cardiovascular System – The Heart (part 2)
Chapter 21 – Cardiovascular System – Blood vessels (part 1)
Chapter 21 – Cardiovascular System – Blood vessels (part 2)
Chapter 21 – Cardiovascular System – Blood vessels (part 3)
Chapter 22 – Lymphatic System and Immunity (part 1)
Chapter 22 – Lymphatic System and Immunity (part 2)
Chapter 23 – Respiratory System
Chapter 23 – The Respiratory System (part 1)
Chapter 23 – The Respiratory System (part 2)
Chapter 24 – The Digestive System (part 1)
Chapter 24 – The Digestive System (part 2)
Chapter 26 – Urinary System
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System (part 1)
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System (part 2) [poor audio quality]
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System (part 3)
Chapter 26 – The Urinary System (part 4)
Chapter 28 – Reproductive System
Chapter 29 – Development and Inheritance
Chapter 28 – The Male Reproductive System
Chapter 28 – The Female Reproductive System

Additional Class Resources/Recordings
powerpoint Nervous Tissue
audio Nervous Tissue part 1
audio Nervous Tissue part 2

powerpoint Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
Word-16 Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves lecture notes
audio Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves (additional audio)
audio Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves part 1
audio Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves part 2
quicktime Spinal Cord and Nerves
pdf Sensory and Motor Tract of Spinal Cord
audio Plexi and Nerves

powerpoint Brain and Cranial Nerves
audio Brain and Cranial Nerves part 1
audio Brain and Cranial Nerves part 2
Word-16 Brain and Cranial Nerves lecture notes
quicktime Anatomy of the Brain
pdf Cranial Nerve Chart
pdf 12 Cranial Nerves

powerpoint Autonomic Nervous System
audio Autonomic Nervous System
Word-16 Autonomic Nervous System lecture notes
quicktime Autonomic Nervous System and Cranial Nerves

powerpoint Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems
audio Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems
Word-16 Sensory Receptors lecture notes

powerpoint Endocrine System
audio Endocrine System
Word-16 Endocrine system notes


The Special Senses
The Special Senses
Word-16 Special Senses lecture notes