Bibliography last updated June 17, 2015
A.D.A.M Student Atlas of Anatomy by Todd Olson, Wojciech Pawlina.
This atlas contains full-color drawings of the human body, and it is organized in sections like the thorax, the head, and the limbs. R 611 O52a
A & P Applications Manual by Frederic Martini and Kathleen Welch.
Here is a pathological anatomy guide for allied health students. R 616.89 M386a
Anatomica’s Body Atlas edited by Denise Imwold, Janet Parker, and Catherine Fallis.
This atlas presents a color guide to the human body. R 611 A615
Anatomy and Physiology by Phillip Pack.
A Cliffs Notes guide to anatomy and physiology. 612.002 P119a
The Anatomy Student's Self-Test Visual Dictionary: An All-in-One Anatomy Reference and Study Aid by Ken Ashwell.
Designed for allied health students, this guide has 14 chapters of details information about the human body, and an additional chapter that has practice test questions. 611.0022 A831a
Atlas and Epitome of Human Histology and Microscopic Anatomy by Johannes Sobotta, edited by G. Carl Huber
Covers the field of microscopic anatomy. R 611.018
Atlas of Anatomy by Anne Gilroy, Brian MacPherson, Lawrence Ross.
The authors present an atlas of the entire human body, and there are full-color illustrations to enhance the text. R 611.0022 G489a
Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy by Kenneth Moses, et al.
Using over 500 photographs and an additional 200 drawings, this atlas is designed to help students understand human anatomy. R 611 A881
Atlas of Human Anatomy by Mark Nielsen and Shawn Miller.
The authors present information about human anatomy in a clear, abridged format. Illustrations accompany the text. R 611 N669a
Body Atlas produced by the Learning Channel.
Disc 1: in the womb; glands; Disc 2: muscle and bone; breath; Disc 3: skin; digestion; taste & smell; Disc 4: visual; body defense; sex; Disc 5: heart; hearing; brain <DVD> 612 B668
Body in Numbers+ by Discovery Health.
Covers the human body from birth to death in separate 4 episodes. <DVD> 612 B668
Color Atlas of Anatomy: A Photographic Study of the Human Body by Johannes Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, and Elke Lutjen-Drecoll.
Students learn about the organs and their function in the body with this guide. R 611.0022 R737c
Color Atlas of Human Anatomy edited by Vanio Vannini and Giuliano Pogliani
Full-color images make up this anatomy guide. R 611 C718
The Complete Human Body: The Definitive Visual Guide edited by Alice Roberts.
According to the book cover, students can, “explore human anatomy through virtually life-size 3-D illustrations and scans.” R 612 C737 oversize
Crash Course Anatomy by Noelle Granger.
Designed like lecture notes, this guide contains the essential information allied health students need to understand about human anatomy. 611 G758a
Delmar’s Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology by Donald Rizzo.
Organized by body functions, this guide has sample lab exercises and a CD-ROM students can use to supplement the text. 612 R627d
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology by Elaine Marieb.
The author presents facts about human anatomy without overwhelming students with complicated descriptions. 612 M334e
This DVD contains basic information on food, and it covers the process of digestion. <DVD> 612.3 F686
The four body systems: skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and circulatory are discussed in this DVD. <DVD> 611 979
Gray’s Anatomy for Students by Richard Drake, Wayne Vogl, and Adam Mitchell.
The authors cover the details of human anatomy in this text. Over 1,000 illustrations are included in the title. R 611 D762
The Handy Anatomy Answer Book by Naomi Balaban and James Bobick.
This reference book covers the human body, system by system, for allied health students. R 611 B171h
How the Body Works: Skin, Bones & Muscles produced by Spektrum Akademischer Verlag.
With X-rays, action photography, and graphics, the producers show how the skin, bones, and muscles work. <DVD> 612 H847
Human Immune System by Alisse Wobser.
In this short video students learn about the functions of the human immune system. <DVD> 616.079 H918
The Human Reproductive System by Alisse Wobser.
In this short video students learn about the functions of the human reproductive system. <DVD> 612.6 H918
This video lets viewers see the inner workings of back muscles, the science behind balance, what makes people faint, and how hand gestures affect comprehension. <DVD> 612 O93
A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory by Kent Van de Graaf and John Crawley.
The authors give students the terms other basics about the human body. Photographs are included. 612.0222 V22p
The Way We Work: Getting to Know the Amazing Human Body by David Macaulay.
Mr. Macaulay covers all aspects of the human body from the fingers to the toes. Detailed drawings are included. 612 M117w