A computerized test bank that uses testing software to quickly
create customized exams is available for this text. The user-
friendly program allows instructors to search for questions
by topic or format, edit existing questions or add new ones;
and scramble questions for multiple versions of the same test.
Word ﬁ les of the test bank questions are provided for those
instructors who prefer to work outside the test-generator
The Instructor’s Manual is available on the text website
(aris.mhhe.com). It contains teaching/learning objectives,
sample lecture outlines, and the answers to Review Questions
for each chapter.
Course Delivery Systems
With help from our partners WebCT, Blackboard, Top-Class,
eCollege, and other course management systems, professors
can take complete control over their course content. Course
cartridges containing text website content, online testing, and
powerful student tracking features are readily available for use
within these platforms.
This classroom performance system (CPS) utilizes wireless
technology to bring interactivity into the classroom or lecture
hall. Instructors and students receive immediate feedback
through wireless response pads that are easy to use and
engage students. eInstruction can assist instructors with:
Administering quizzes and tests
Creating a lecture with intermittent questions
Using the CPS grade book to manage lectures and student
Integrating interactivity into PowerPoint presentations.
This interactive software tool offers detailed explanations, high
quality illustrations and animations to provide students with
a thorough introduction to the world of physiology—giving
them a virtual tour of physiological processes. MediaPhys is
ﬁ lled with interactive activities and quizzes to help reinforce
physiology concepts that are often difﬁ cult to understand.
Anatomy & Physiology | Revealed
This amazing multimedia tool is designed to help students
learn and review human anatomy using cadaver specimens.
Detailed cadaver photographs blended together with a state-
of-the-art layering technique provide a uniquely interactive
dissection experience. This easy-to-use program features the
Dissection—Peel away layers of the human body to reveal
structures beneath the surface. Structures can be pinned
and labeled, just like in a real dissection lab. Each labeled
structure is accompanied by detailed information and an
audio pronunciation. Dissection images can be captured
Animation—Compelling animations demonstrate muscle
actions, clarify anatomical relationships, or explain
difﬁ cult physiological concepts.
Imaging—Labeled X-ray, MRI, and CT images familiarize
students with the appearance of key anatomical structures
as seen through different medical imaging techniques.
Self-Test—Challenging exercises let students test their
ability to identify anatomical structures in a timed
practical exam format or traditional multiple choice. A
results page provides analysis of test scores plus links back
to all incorrectly identiﬁ ed structures for review.
Anatomy Terms—This visual glossary of general terms
includes directional and regional terms, as well as planes
and terms of movement.
Teaching and Learning Supplements