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1–5. ASPECTS AND DIRECTIONS
1–6. INTRODUCTION TO THE CELL
1–7. STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF A CELL
1–8. THE STRUCTURE OF DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID AND RIBONUCLEIC ACID
1–9. CELLULAR PROTEIN SYNTHESIS
1–10. DIFFUSION
1–11. OSMOSIS
1–12. ACTIVE TRANSPORT
1–13. TISSUE FLUID
1–14. TYPES OF TISSUE
1–15. INTERCELLULAR SUBSTANCE
1–16. DEFINITION OF PATHOLOGY
1–17. CAUSES OF DISEASE
2–1. NEED FOR A CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
2–2. BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM AND BLOOD
2–3. BLOOD PLASMA
2–4. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM (Figure 2–1)
2–5. THE HEART
2–6. THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
2–7. INTRODUCTION
2–8. CIRCULATION
2–11. SECRETION OF BILE
2–12. METABOLIC FUNCTIONS
2–13. HEMATOLOGIC FUNCTIONS
2–14. BILE PIGMENT METABOLISM
2–15. DIGESTION IN THE MOUTH
2–16. DIGESTION IN THE STOMACH
2–17. PANCREATIC SECRETION
2–18. INTESTINAL SECRETION
2–19. END PRODUCTS OF DIGESTION
2–20. ABSORPTION
2–21. GROSS ANATOMY
2–22. MICROSCOPIC STRUCTURE
2–23. FLUID DYNAMICS
2–24. TUBULAR TRANSPORT
2–25. TRANSPORT OF SPECIFIC SUBSTANCES
2–26. INTEGRATION OF TUBULAR FUNCTIONS
2–27. DIURESIS
2–28. ENDOCRINE CONTROL
2–29. THE ANATOMY OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (Figure 2–13)
2–30. MECHANICS OF BREATHING
2–31. EXCHANGE OF GASES
2–32. OXYGEN TRANSPORT
2–33. CARBON DIOXIDE TRANSPORT
2–34. GENERAL
2–35. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
2–36. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
2–37. PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
2–38. AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
2–39. ENDOCRINE GLANDS
2–40. FUNCTIONS OF HORMONES
2–41. THYROID
2–42. PARATHYROIDS
2–43. THYMUS
2–44. ADRENAL CORTEX
2–46. PANCREAS (ISLETS OF LANGERHANS)
2–47. GONADS
2–48. THE PITUITARY GLAND (HYPOPHYSIS)
2–49. HORMONES OF THE ANTERIOR PITUITARY
2–50. HORMONES OF THE POSTERIOR PITUITARY
2–51. PINEAL BODY
3. d (figure 2–4)
4. b (para 2–5c)
5. a (para 2–5e(2))
6. c (para 2–6a(3))
7. a (para 2–11)
8. d (para 2–12a)
9. b (figure 2–9)
10. b (figure 2–9)
11. b (para 2–15b)
12. d (para 2–17b(1))
13. b (para 2–19c)
14. c (para 2–20c)
15. d (para 2–29i)
16. c (para 2–30d)
17. b (para 2–32)
18. c (para 2–34b)
19. a (para 2–35b)
20. a (Table 2–1)
21. b (Table 2–1)
22. c (para 2–43)
23. b (para 2–46)
24. a (para 2–46)
25. b (para 2–41)
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Anatomy and Physiology Related to Clinical Pathology

Anatomy and Physiology Related to Clinical Pathology

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