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Normal human anatomy, histology: Introduction: PDF Download

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Higher Education Press  Che Chunming  
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This textbook is in the national foreign-related nursing teaching material construction under the guidance of the committee, according to the shortage of personnel office, Department of Education Office of the Ministry of health organizations to develop the medium occupation school and five years of professional field of higher vocational nursing skills training guidelines for training foreign nursing education training plan, organize National part of foreign nursing schools the backbone of teachers, teaching hospital charge of teaching written.
textbook with characteristics of higher occupation education as the starting point, the spirit of innovation, scientific and applicable principles, combined with the students' professional requirements and to cultivate students' comprehensive occupation ability of the actual, this teaching material compilation characteristics were determined:
1 of China's foreign-related nursing specialty founded nearly 20 years, has no textbook the applicability of the professional features.In this textbook we abandon the textbook became thicker, more series of ills, deeper featured content, focus on practical, and the new way of binding and layout, in English, the applicability of highlighting the teaching innovation and foreign nursing.The higher occupation education of nursing speciality teaching reform a bold exploration and attempt.The scientific principle of
2 emphasizing the compilation of materials, writing is concise and easy to understand.Try to cut some esoteric and has nothing to do with the occupation ability content, reduce the difficulty of teaching content.The contents of each chapter are described in Chinese, to ensure that the system of learning basic knowledge, but also broaden the applicable scope of the professional textbooks.
3 on foreign-related nursing job characteristics and bilingual teaching characteristics, each chapter title, learning objectives, inserted into the frame, summary and terminology in English learning are used, the control mode, each chapter with English multiple-choice or fill in the blanks.Index of English words by the order of arrangement, easy to teachers and students.
4 key terms when it first appeared in English are used, the control form.Again, only the English said, make the students of each chapter, to master some key terms in English, and lay a solid foundation for the future of bilingual teaching.
5 in each chapter, in English in bold in the frame, the contents of the box are the focus of this chapter.It can enable the students to grasp the important knowledge point, and can improve the medical English reading ability.
the compilation of the textbooks has obtained the support of Xi'an Medical School, Fujian health school, Chengde school health, health school affiliated to Anshan Normal University and Sichuan provincial health school, thanks.
due to the editor is limited, unavoidably have deficiencies in the aspects of teaching materials and the use of English, please use the textbook and criticism correction.
Contents
Introduction: normal human anatomy and histology section is a mix of bilingual teaching in English.The book consists of twelve chapters, the basic theory of knowledge structure and the human body each organ system about the occurrence, development, each chapter includes learning objectives, text, insert frame, reading comprehension, summary and review.The book title in English at all levels are used, the control form.Choice of professional knowledge to the characteristics of higher occupation education as the basis, content description is concise, clear, illustrations, novel design.The basic content of each chapter described in Chinese, to ensure the students to master the anatomy and histology of professional knowledge, each chapter learning objectives, inserted into the frame, nodules and exercises are used in English, control forms, each chapter by the order of English words and phonetic index, is conducive to the teacher preparation, self-study and bilingual teaching students, and help the students professional foreign language level.Is China's first book for five - year higher vocational nursing professional bilingual textbook.Introduction: 
normal human anatomy and histology, mainly for the five year international nursing majors use, but also for five years of nursing, midwifery, inspection, medicine, health care, rehabilitation, dental technology, video technology and other related medical specialty.
Catalog Index
Preface
, Definition of anatomy, histology and embryology
two, Organization of the human body
three, Frequently used terms in anatomy
four, Commonly used staining in histology
five, Methods in studying anatomy, histology and embryology
six, Review

chapter Cell
first Cell Membrane
Concept of the, cell membrane
two, Chemical composition of the cell membrane
three, Structures of the biological membrane
four, Function of the cell membrane
second Cytoplasm
, Cellular matrix
two, Organelles
third Nucleus
, Nuclear membrane
two, Nucleolus
three, Chromatin and chromosome
four, Nuclear matrix
fourth Cell Reproduction
, Interphase
two, Mitotic stage
fifth Review

second: Basic Tissues
first Epithelial Tissues
, Simple epithelia
two, Stratified epithelia
three, Glandular epithelia and glands
four, Special structures and junctions of the epithelial tissue
second COnnective Tissues
, Connective tissue proper
two, Cartilage tissue and cartilage
three, Osseous tissue and bone
four, Blood
third Muscle Tissues
, Skeletal muscle
two, Cardiac muscle
three, Smooth muscle
fourth Nervous Tissues
, Neuron and neuroglia
two, Nerve fibers
three, Nerve endings
fifth Review

third: Locomotor System
first section Osteology
, Introduction
two, Bones three, of the trunk
Bones of the limbs
four, Skull
second, Introduction
two, Arthrology
Articulations of bones of the trunk
three, Articulations of the limbs
four, Articulations of the cranial bones
third Myology
Introduction
Muscles of the, two, trunk
three, MOscles of the head and neck
four, Muscles of the limbs
five, Muscular landmarks of the body
fourth Review

fourth: Digestive System
Introduction
Components of, the first section of the digestive system
two, Fundamental structures oF the digestive tract
three, Reference lines of thorax and abdominal regions
second Digestive Tract
, Oral cavity
two, Pharynx
three, Esophagus
four, Stomach
five, Small intestine
six, Large intestine
third Digestive Glands
, Great salivary glands
two, Liver< Br> three, Pancreas
fourth Peritoneum
, Abdominal cavity, peritoneum and peritoneal cavity
two, Relationships between the viscera and peritoneum
three, Structures formed by the peritoneum
fifth Review

fifth Respiratory System
the first Respiratory ract
, Nose
two, Larynx
three, Trachea and main bronchus
second Lung
A and shape of, Location the lungs
two, Bronchi inside the lungs and lung segments
three, Microstructure of the lungs
third Pleura and Mediastinum
, Pleura
two, Mediastinum
fourth Review

sixth: Urinary System
Kidney
Location of, the first the kidney
two, Shape of the kidney
three, Coverings of the kidney
four, Structures of the kidney
second Ureter
third Urinary Bladder
, Shape of the urinary bladder
two, Location and relations of the urinary bladder
three, Internal structure of the urinary bladder
fourth Urethra
fifth Anatomical FeatuRes of Infant Urinary System
, Higher position of the urinary bladder
two, Lower position of the kidney
sixth Review

seventh: Reproductive Male Reproductive Organs
System
section, Male internal genital organs
two, Male external genital organs
three, Male urethra
second Female Reproductive Organs
, Female internal genital organs
two, Female external genital organs
third Mamma or Female Breast
, Location and shape of the female breast
two, Structures of the female breast
fourth Perineum
a Muscles of the, perineum
two, Important structures of the perineum
fifth Review

eighth Vascular System
Cardiovascular first quarter System
, Introduction
two, Heart
three, Blood vessels
second Lymphatic System
a, Lymph vessels
two, LNnph organs
third Review

ninth Sense Organs
Visual first quarter Organ
, Eyeball
two, Accessory organs of the eye
three, BloodVessels of the eye
second Vestibulocochlear Organ
, External ear
two, Middle ear
three, Inner ear
four, Conduction of the sound wave
third Skin
a Structure of the, skin
two, Skin appendages
fourth Review

tenth: Endocrine Introduction
, Compor System
first section Tents and functions of the endocrine system
two, CIassification of the hormones
second Thyroid Gland
, Location and shape of the thyroid gland
two, Microstructure of the thyroid gland
third Parathyroid Glands
, Location and shape of the parathyroid glands
two, Microstructure of the parathyroid glands
fourth SuprarenalGIands
, Location and shape of the suprarenal glands
two, Microstructure of the suprarenal glands
fifth Pituitary Gland
, Location and shape of the pituitary gland
two, Microstructure of the pituitary gland
sixth Pineal Body
seventh Review

eleventh Nervous System
Introduction
first quarter, Division of the nervous system
two, Active modes of the nervous system
three, Frequently used terms in the nervous system
second Central Nervous System
, Spinal cord
two, Brain
three, Meninges and blood Vessels of the brain and spinal cord and circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid
four, Pathway of the nervous system
third Peripheral Nervous System
, Spinal nerve
two, Cranial nerves
three, Visceral nerves
fourth Review

twelfth: Human Embryology
Preface
Rcsearch scope, the first and development of the embryology
two, Status of the embryology in medicine and methods of studying the science
second Dcvelopment of the Embryo and Early Growth
, Maturation of the germ cells
two, Early development of the embryo
third Formation and Differentiation of Three-layered Embryo
, Formation of three-layered embryo
two, Embryogenesis and differentiation of three-layered embryo
three, Tissucs and organs differentiated from three-layered embryo
fourth Fetal Membrane and Placenta
, Fetal membrane
two, Placenta
fifth Estimation of the Fetal Age
sixth Twins, Muhiplets and Conjoined Twins
, Twins
two, Multiplets
three, Conjoined twins
seventh, Malfo Malformation
Rmation in digestive system
two, Malformation in urinary system
three, Malformation in genital system
four, Malformation in locomotor system
five, Malformation in nervous system
eighth Fetal Circulation and Changes after Birth
, Fetal circulation
two, Changes of the fetal circulation after birth
Reference
Summary
Basic structure and functional unit of human cell.Due to the different cell function and the position, form cell shapes of the human body, such as accepting stimulus and conduction of nerve cells had long processes of impulse, spherical or circular in the blood vessel internal energy flow of blood cells.Many morphologically similar, similar functional cells by stromal cells in combination with certain function together to form a structure, called tissue.The basic human tissues according to its structure and function can be divided into four types, namely the epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue and nerve tissue.By the combination of several different organizations organically, form with a certain shape structure, to complete a specific function of organ.Many structurally related organs continuously, functionally connected together, constitute a complete continuous physiological functions of system.The human body consists of nine system: motor system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system, reproductive system, vascular system, sensory organs, nervous system and endocrine system.The digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive system, in addition to individual organs, most organs are located in the chest, abdominal and pelvic cavity, and through certain channels and the outside world, called viscera.
human body is composed of nine system, but each organ in each system has its special form and function, in the control of neural and humoral regulation, between each system of human body are mutually influenced and restricted and interdependence and coordination, so as to form a complete unified organism, to complete the normal functional activities.
according to the body shape, the body can be divided into head, neck, trunk and limbs of four parts.The trunk can be divided into the chest, abdomen, back and pelvis.Limbs is divided into upper and lower limbs.
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