• Anatomy and Physiology (REVIEW)
    This course measures knowledge and understanding of the principles of anatomy and physiology. It is based on material normally taught in an introductory two-semester sequence of courses in anatomy and physiology at the undergraduate level. This Course has all necessary Tools & Resources for your learning together with more than 3500 Practice Exam Questionsaccess to improve your performance. The Course has interactive Atlas-for all structures including bones an muscles, Summarized Lectures Note, and other resources important for your learning Anatomy and Physiology. This review class is suitable to any college/undergraduate student that needs Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health, Medical & Nursing Programs.


    • An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
    • The Chemical Level of Organization
    • The Cellular Level of Organization
    • The Tissue Level of Organization
    • The Integumentary System
    • Osseous Tissue and Skeletal Structure
    • The Axial Skeleton
    • The Appendicular Skeleton
    • Articulations
    • Muscle Tissue
    • The Muscular System
    • Neural Tissue
    • The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
    • The Brain and Cranial Nerves
    • Neural Integration I: Sensory and Somatic Nervous System
    • Neural Integration II: The Autonomic Nervous System
    • The Special Senses
    • The Endocrine System
    • Blood
    • The Heart
    • Blood Vessels and Circulation
    • The Lymphatic System and Immunity
    • The Respiratory System
    • The Digestive System
    • Metabolism and Energetics
    • The Urinary System
    • Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
    • The Reproductive System
    • Development and Inheritance

    Excelsior Students
    The Excelsior College examination consists of multiple-choice questions and a testing time of three hours. Adopted and updated from “Excelsior College Examination Content Guide for Anatomy & Physiology,” Excelsior College Examinations, © 2008 Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology 8e
    Martini ISBN 0-8053-7280-6

    Cumulative Final Exam is timed for 3:00 hours and everytime you attempt the 400 questions it picks randomly but proportionately to the weight score from the 2500 Question bank. This feature prepares students for timed computerized tests; a complementary Certificate of Achievement for a score of 78% or above.

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