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Anatomy and Physiology

                            Anatomy

Anatomy and Physiology

A Visual Introduction to Human Anatomy

Use the Visible Body Learn Site's text, illustrations, and animations to learn a communicate basic human biology concepts.










Visualizing Human Physiology

In this program, the complex physiological system of the human body are introduced - muscular movement, digestion, circulation, respiration, nerves, glands, immunity, and reproduction. The cellular basis of life, and the importance of carbon in organic chemistry are illustrated and explained.

Miracle of the Human Body

The human body with its interconnected systems is the most advanced structure in the known universe. It is a marvel of biomechanical engineering. World renowned surgeon, Dr. Mark Reisman, guides the viewer through each of the body's major systems, using the most advanced medical imaging, 3-D graphics and cadaver footage. Each program reveals the anatomy and physiology of a particular system in a way never seen before and clearly relates its functioning to our everyday life.

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