Integrated Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health

Suzanne Frucht Ph.D.

The Integrated Anatomy and Physiology textbook, written by nationally acclaimed author Sue Frucht, features full-color illustrations and easy-to-follow language for every learner. Each body system is highlighted within their own chapter, and each chapter contains thorough, consistent information that is easily absorbed by students. Integrated Anatomy and Physiology also includes Student Activities, Instructor Resource Guide, PowerPoints, and online Question Banks to streamline the integration of this piece into any curriculum.

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Table of Contents

  1. Organization of the Body and Cells
  2. Tissues
  3. Organs, Systems, and the Body
  4. Integumentary System
  5. Skeletal System: Bones and Joints
  6. Muscular System
  7. Nervous System
  8. Special Senses
  9. Endocrine System
  10. Cardiovascular System: Heart
  11. Cardiovascular System: Blood and Blood Vessels
  12. Lymphatic System and Immune System
  13. Respiratory System
  14. Digestive System
  15. Urinary System
  16. Male Reproductive System
  17. Female Reproductive System
  18. Development and Birth

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About the Author

Suzanne S. Frucht was an Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at Northwest Missouri State University (NWMSU) from 1998 through 2008. She holds BS degrees in Biological Sciences and Physical Therapy from Indiana University, an MS in Biological Sciences from NWMSU, and a PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Missouri–Kansas City. For 14 years she worked full time as a physical therapist in various health care settings. Before retiring in 2008, she taught a variety of courses including medical terminology, human anatomy, human physiology, and animal anatomy and physiology. She received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2003.

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