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Update 10/29/2014
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Anatomy & Physiology (Module 14)


Collection of case studies focused on diseases & conditions of the main body systems. Complements any anatomy & physiology, biology, health science, or similar course, or can be used as a stand-alone unit to introduce students to the study of A&P. Case studies include: Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Nervous, Digestive, Circulatory, Respiratory, & Reproductive Systems

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Major Standards

  • Describe factors that affect growth and development.
  • Explain how the aging process affects body systems (e.g., vision, hearing, immune system).

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SOAP Note Lessons

Collection of lessons pertaining to the SOAP note. If students have not ...

14.1 - Integumentary (Skin) System

Tanya, an 8-year-old Hispanic female, is in transport by an ambulance to...

14.2 - Skeletal System

Mrs. Jones, a 75-year old woman is admitted arrives at the hospital comp...

14.3 - Muscular System

Jack Jones, a 4-year old male, was brought into the clinic by his parent...

14.4 - Nervous System

Professor Daniels is experiencing some troubling changes in his personal...

14.5 - Cardiovascular System

Amelia is a 20-year-old college student who has recently started to expe...

14.6 - Respiratory System

Four-year-old Tim has developed some strange new physical health symptom...

14.7 - Digestive System

Isabel enjoys cooking so much that she does it almost every night. But l...

14.8 - Reproductive System

For this case study, students will decide on the patient, his or her hea...

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