The Anatomy Coloring Workbook provides the student with an active learning
process. Throughout the workbook, the student is asked to participate - locating,
identifying, and coloring in the structures you have been asked to find. This
hands-on approach enables a better understanding of human anatomy by making
the diagrams the central focus of the learning process. After completing the
diagrams, the student will have a firm grasp on basic terminology and the human
anatomy. This knowledge will make you a better radiographer.
To complete this course, you will be required to study this textbook which is the 2nd Edition, by I. Edward Alcamo, Ph.D.
At the conclusion of this course the radiographer will be able to:
" Locate and identify 700 muscles, 206 bones, and countless cells and
" Understand anatomical terminology.
" Scrutinize features of typical cellular structures, submicroscopic structures,
and cellular activities.
" Explain the integumentary system, the skin and its derivatives.
" Discuss the five different types of bones that make up the skeletal system.
" Relate location, size, shape, action, and other features of muscles.
" Indicate the major divisions and subdivisions of the nervous system.
" Survey the major endocrine glands of the body.
" Detail the circulatory system, both pulmonary and systemic.
" Recognize the vessels, structures, and organs of the lymphatic system.
" Provide an overview of the digestive system including the accessory structures
of teeth, tongue, and glands.
" Classify the respiratory system in detail.
" Analyze the location and structure of the major organs of the urinary
" Describe the male and female reproductive systems.
No quizzes - Final exam 125 questions 75% passing grade.