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Undergrad A&P

The A&P eBook Library is a helpful supplement, visualizing and further explaining what one might learn in an A&P text book. All of the images and most of the content is from Anatomy & Physiology, an app that visually and interactively engages students in the core concepts of an undergraduate A&P course.

  • NEW! The Anatomy of Hearing: Let’s follow a sound wave on its journey from entering the ear to being transduced to electrical signals and interpreted by the brain!
  • NEW! Spinal Nerves: These bad boys are some of the heaviest hitters of the nervous system, acting to carry motor, autonomic, and sensory signals between the spinal cord and the body.
  • Blood Vessels: The body's vascular system is vast and intricate (if you took your blood vessels and laid them out in a line, it would wrap around the planet several times). In this eBook, we take a look at vessel anatomy, the various parts of the vascular system, and how blood is distributed throughout the body.
  • The Digestive System: Are you hungry for an eBook dedicated to talking about digestive anatomy and processes? Well, we've got some delicious food for you right here!
  • Cranial Nerves: Of the thousands and thousands of nerves and branches in the peripheral nervous system, the cranial nerves are some of the most interesting. In fact, you're using some right now to read this blurb. 
  • The Limbic System: Remember the time we last talked about the limbic system? Neither do we, so download this eBook and make some long-term memories out of it! 
  • The Endocrine System: Regulating things like metabolism, the sleep cycle, and growth and development, the hormones (and the organs from which they originate) of the endocrine system are incredibly important in keeping your body in operation.
  • Types of Bones: Bones are like the framework of a house, giving the body shape and structure. In this eBook, learn about the five types of bones and specific regions of the skeleton.
  • Build a Heart: The heart is an extraordinary machine. Learn about the many different components that keep your ticker at peak performance.
  • The A&P Vocab Series: Medical prefixes, suffixes, positions, and planes — oh my!
  • The Human Cell: Go back to basics with this inside look of a cell and the organelles that keep it operational.
  • Updated! Olfaction: Take a deep breath and dive into the anatomy and physiology of breathing.

Regional Anatomy

Learn the ins and outs of human anatomy by checking out the Anatomy Atlas eBook Library. The content in each eBook reviews basic facts about the body systems. All the images and most of the text is from Human Anatomy Atlas, our best-selling 3D anatomy reference app.

  • Anatomy Etymology: Where did the word 'heart' come from? How did we get 'muscle' from a word meaning 'little mouse'? Discover the origins of 18 anatomy terms!
  • The Lymphatic System: Learn about your body's defense system, which is way more widespread than you'd think!
  • The Eye: Take a look (ha!) at ocular anatomy, which is much more than meets the eye (boom!).
  • Pelvic Cavity: Brush up on the pelvic cavity by studying male and female anatomy and organ function.
  • Hip Bones: The hip bone's connected to the... by the time you're done with this eBook, you'll be able to finish the line!
  • Fact and Fiction: 20 debunked medical myths, history, and cool facts.
  • The Skull: Learn the bones of the skull and interesting factoids about them (spoilers: there's lots!).
  • Respiratory System: Inhale this eBook about respiratory structures, function, and more.
  • Human Anatomy Atlas Preview: Take a deep dive into the systems of the human body with our Atlas preview eBook, which touches on everything from the nervous system to the lymphatic.

Muscles & Bones

The Musculoskeletal eBook Library is chock-full of information, interesting facts, and dazzling images of the muscular and skeletal systems. All of the images and most of the text is from Muscle Premium and Skeleton Premium, two apps that take deep dives into each system.

  • NEW! The Abdominal Muscles: Welcome to your ab manual.
  • NEW! Sports Injuries 101: Being active is important for your health, but it comes with the risk of injury. In this eBook, we take a look at some of the most common sports injuries.
  • NEW! The Muscles of Mastication: Chew on this! You may not realize it as you eat your lunch, but the muscles you're using to chomp on that sandwich are some of the strongest in the entire body.  
  • Skeleton System Fun Facts: What is bone made of? What does joint fluid feel like? How many cervical vertebrae does a giraffe have? Learn all this and way more in this gorgeous eBook!
  • Anatomy for Yogis: Between planking and downward-facing dog, yoga gives your muscles a serious stretch. See what muscles you use in this eBook by guest writer Jen Wilking of anatomyforyogis.com
  • Bursae: The body's throw pillows. How do these little sacs help your body? Find out now!
  • The Trapezius: It's a traps! Take a look at this broad muscle's anatomy, innervation, attachment points, and more.
  • Neck Muscle Anatomy: Not a pain in the neck at all. In this eBook, you will take a dive into the muscles of the neck, specifically the sternocleidomastoid and scalenes.
  • Axis and Atlas: The eBook sounds 100% more geographical than it actually is. Learn about the Axis and Atlas, the first two cervical vertebrae, and their very important jobs.
  • Lateral Rotators: Take a seat and learn about the six muscles that make up the lateral rotator group.
  • The Sphenoid: About as close to being Batman as any of us are going to get. The sphenoid is the bat-shaped bone in your skull. Learn about the bone's anatomy and its role in the body.
  • The Muscle Premium Preview: Get an overview of muscle anatomy, attachment, and innervation with this eBook.