Atlas of Anatomy for Allied Health

By:
David G. Ward, Ph.D

The Atlas of Anatomy for Allied Health is the outgrowth of Dr. David Ward’s anatomy and physiology instruction and his expertise in photography and photomicroscopy.

  • The overall goal of the Atlas is to provide a compact and integrated reference of gross and microscopic anatomy for pre-nursing and other allied health students.
  • The Atlas is also designed to be used as a primary guide or as a supplement to laboratory exercises in anatomy.
  • Based on four-color photographs and illustrations of anatomical models, specimens, and histological material from anatomy labs.
  • Each page focuses on a specific topic, is clean and simple in design, and parallels the organization of anatomy and anatomy/physiology textbooks.
  • Includes brilliant four-color photomicrographs with a wide range of magnification using fluorescence, darkfield, polarized light, and standard brightfield microscopy.
  • The Atlas includes a comprehensive index of all structures labeled in the four-color photographs and illustrations.
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Table of Contents

  1. Overview of Anatomy
  2. Cells, Epithelial and Connective Tissues, and Skin
  3. Osseous Tissue, Bone and the Skeleton
  4. Muscle Tissues and Skeletal Muscles
  5. Nervous Tissue, Spinal Cord, Brain, and Sensory Organs
  6. Heart, Blood Vessels, and Blood
  7. Airways and Lungs, GI Tract, Kidneys and Bladder
  8. Autonomic Nervous System, Endocrine Glands, and Reproductive Organs

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About the Author

Dr. Ward is a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the Division of Science, Mathematics and Engineering at Modesto Junior College. Dr. Ward has also been:

  • A faculty member in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  • A faculty member in the Department of Physiology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, where he received the Robert Bennett Bean Award for excellence in teaching.
  • The founder and Director of the H.M. Ward Memorial Laboratory in California’s Central Valley.
  • A scientist at Genentech, Inc., where he received several patents for his work in the area of cardiovascular therapy, specifically in the treatment of acute and chronic heart failure.

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