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Anatomy and Physiology


Anatomy and Physiology



ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

The cardiovascular system is the first body system described in This program's new Anatomy and Physiology series. This series is a quick-paced and engaging basic introduction to anatomy and physiology appropriate for students in high school, junior college, vocational schools, and for nursing assistants.This program describes the following components of the cardiovascular system: . The heart . The cardiac conduction system . Blood vessels . Blood . Lymph vessels

DVD / 2013 / () / 15 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

The digestive system is the next body system in This program's new Anatomy and Physiology series. This series is a quick-paced and engaging basic introduction to anatomy and physiology appropriate for students in high school, junior college, vocational schools, and for nursing assistants. This program describes the following processes of the digestive system and their corresponding components: ~ Ingestion ~ Mechanical Processing ~ Secretion ~ Digestion ~ Absorption ~ Excretion ~ Lymph Vessels

DVD / 2013 / () / 17 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

This program provides a basic introduction to the components of the endocrine system appropriate for high-school students, junior college and vocational schools. This includes descriptions of: ~ Hormone function ~ Negative feedback loops ~ Specific gland function including the following glands: Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Thyroid, Parathyroids, Adrenals, and Pineal ~ Specific hormones, including: calcitonin, corticosteroids, estrogen, growth hormone, parathyroid hormone, prolactin, testosterone, thyrotropin, thyroxine, and triiodothyronine

DVD / 2013 / () / 18 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM

This program provides basic information on the skin and other components and functions of the integumentary system. This includes descriptions of: The layers of the skin, hair, nails, and teeth.

DVD / 2013 / () / 18 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM

This program provides information on the three types of muscles, their functions and how they work. The program describes: skeletal muscles, smooth muscles and cardiac muscles; muscle fiber contraction; flexion and extension; tendons.

DVD / 2013 / () / 17 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

This program provides a basic introduction to the components of the nervous system appropriate for high-school students, junior college and vocational schools. This includes descriptions of: ~ Neurons and neuroglia ~ The components of the central nervous system ~ The components of the peripheral nervous system ~ Brain and spinal cord function ~ Somatic and autonomic nervous system functions ~ The sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous system

DVD / 2013 / () / 16 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

This program provides a basic introduction to the organs and functions of the reproductive system. This includes descriptions of: genes and chromosomes; organs and functions of the male reproductive system; organs and structures of the female reproductive system; fertilization, conception and pregnancy.

DVD / 2013 / () / 19 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

This program provides a quick-paced, basic introduction to the components of the respiratory system. This program describes the organs of the respiratory system; the process of gas exchange; inspiration, expiration and the mechanics of breathing; the sense of smell; the voicebox and speech.

DVD / 2013 / () / 15 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE SKELETAL SYSTEM

This program provides a basic introduction to the components of the skeletal system appropriate for high-school students, junior college and vocational schools. The following components of the skeletal system are described: The axial skeleton; the appendicular skeleton; microscopic and macroscopic anatomy of bone; bone development, growth and remodeling; types and functions of joints.

DVD / 2013 / () / 16 minutes

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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY: THE URINARY SYSTEM

This program provides a quick-paced, basic introduction to the components of the urinary system. This includes descriptions of the following organs and functions: The kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, the urethra, the filtration process, and urine formation.

DVD / 2013 / () / 16 minutes

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SHOW ME SCIENCE: THE WONDERS OF PHYSIOLOGY - SIGHT & THE VISUAL SYSTEM: A LOOK INTO THE HUMAN EYE

Eyes are one of the most overworked organs. We depend on our eyesight daily and often dont realize how much until something goes wrong. Vision impairments can be the result of heredity or trauma to the eye. Routine eye exams can detect and help prevent further loss of vision. The most common of vision impairments can easily be corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses and now surgery. Through research, scientists are discovering new ways to improve and restore vision.

DVD / 2012 / () / 16 minutes

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SHOW ME SCIENCE: THE WONDERS OF PHYSIOLOGY - SIGHT & THE VISUAL SYSTEM: OVERCOMING VISION IMPAIRMENTS

There are over 42 million people worldwide who suffer from total or partial loss of vision and are defined as being blind. This program explains how the human eye works, examines some of the major causes of blindness and shows how medical science and technology are helping people with impaired vision lead satisfying and productive lives. New surgical procedures and advanced image processing technologies are also presented in this program.

DVD / 2012 / () / 12 minutes

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SHOW ME SCIENCE: THE WONDERS OF PHYSIOLOGY - THE MEDICAL SERIES: BRAIN, MEMORY & SIGHT

We can remember the smell of an apple or a math formula. All these memories are stored in the three-pound organ inside our skull called the brain. This program looks at how memories are made - how we remember things and how the human brain makes sense of all the information constantly flowing into it and stored in it. Scientists believe that memories are broken up and stored in complex networks of brain cells and put back together when they are recalled. Discover how learning is linked to memory and how the sense of smell may enhance learning.

DVD / 2012 / () /

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SHOW ME SCIENCE: THE WONDERS OF PHYSIOLOGY - THE MEDICAL SERIES: THE BRAIN - THE FIRST COMPUTER

The human brain is often compared to a computer. Both receive input, process information and produce output. However the three-pound organ inside your head is far more complex, powerful and capable than even the most advanced computer. This program makes the comparison to show students what is known - and what researchers have yet to discover - about how our brains process and store information. Students will learn how the brain uses chemical messengers to control the body and some ways scientists are learning more about our amazing brains!

DVD / 2012 / () /

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SHOW ME SCIENCE: THE WONDERS OF PHYSIOLOGY - THE MEDICAL SERIES: THE HISTORY OF THE BRAIN

The extraordinary complexity and power of the human brain gives each of us the capability to do things other creatures cannot, such as read and write. This program introduces brain physiology and function and explains what makes the human brain so exceptional. It shows how brains have advanced in complexity from the arrangement of a few nerve cells in the earliest and simplest creatures to the complexity of the mammalian brain.

DVD / 2012 / () /

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: BLOOD

This program examines the structures and functions of blood cell components (erythrocyte, leukocyte, and thrombocyte) and types of blood related diseases such as leukemia and hemophilia. It also introduces kinds of information that can be obtained from serums. Supervisor: Seiichi Kitagawa (MD, PhD, Osaka City Univ.)

DVD / / () / 43 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: CELL AND TISSUE

This program introduces the structure and mechanism of cell such as the function of cell membranes, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, and Golgi apparatus. It also examines cell division, tumors caused by irregular cell cycle, death of a cell, etc. Supervisor: Kazunori Ishimura (MD, PhD, Tokushima Univ.) Academic Support: Masako Mitsumata (MD, PhD, Nihon Univ.)

DVD / / () / 52 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

This program examines the structure of heart, heart stroke, heart sound, cardiac contractility, cardiac cycle, and heart failure. It also explores the role of vein, lymphoid system, and their aberrations such as hypertension, arteriosclerosis, and edema. Supervisor: Takao Okada (MD, PhD, Juntendo Univ.) Academic Support: Masako Mitsumata (MD, PhD, Nihon Univ.)

DVD / / () / 55 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

This program illustrates the anatomy and workings of digestive system including oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. It also introduces tumor of digestive tract, hepatitis, cirrhosis, hepatoma, gallstones, and other digestive system diseases. Supervisor: Nobuhiro Sato (MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Juntendo Univ.) Academic Support: Masahiko Sugitani (MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Nihon Univ.) Toshinori Oinuma (MD, PhD, Nihon Univ.)

DVD / / () / 50 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

This program explains the structures and functions of hormone and endocrine glands, including hypothalamus, thyroid glands, accessory thyroid glands, and adrenal glands. It also introduces diseases caused by endocrine disorders such as Cushing syndrome, diabetes, etc. Supervisor: Kazunori Ishimura (MD, PhD, Tokushima Univ.) Academic Support: Ryohei Kato (MD, PhD, Univ. of Yamanashi)

DVD / / () / 44 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: IMMUNE SYSTEM

This program explains the mechanisms of immune reactions and various types of allergies caused by autoimmune disorder, immunodeficiency, and by other factors. With an example of tuberculosis and vaccine, it also explains types of infections, their prevention, etc. Supervisor: Toshio Hattori (MD, PhD, Tohoku Univ.)

DVD / / () / 42 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: INFECTION

This program illustrates the mechanisms of infection, types of pathogenic microbes and how to inspect them, and how to prevent infection with sterilization, antibacterial drugs, etc. Supervisor: Jun Igari (MD, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Juntendo Univ.)

DVD / / () / 42 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: NERVOUS SYSTEM

This program explains the mechanism of central nervous system such as cerebrum, cerebellum, and spinal cord, and that of peripheral nervous system. It also examines the mechanism of transmission of information, the role of various phalangeal cells, automatic nervous system, etc. Supervisor: Yasushi Kobayashi (MD, PhD, National Defense Medical College) Academic Support: Masako Mitsumata (MD, PhD, Nihon Univ.)

DVD / / () / 51 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

This program explains the structures and functions of male and female genital organs and major illness such as prostatomegaly and ovarian tumor. It also examines the mechanisms and process of pregnancy, etc. Supervisor: Kiyotaka Toshimori (MD, PhD, Chiba Univ.) Academic Support: Shinichi Teshima (MD, PhD, Fraternity Memorial Hospital)

DVD / / () / 52 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

This program examines the structures of lung, respiratory tract, the exchange and transportation of blood gas, the pH scale control, and respiratory system disorders such as bronchitis and fibroid lung. It also looks at the structures and functions of pleural, respiratory muscles, and other abnormal respiratory patterns. Supervisor: Hideho Arita (MD, PhD, Toho Univ.) Academic Support: Osamu Matsubara (MD, PhD, National Defense Medical College)

DVD / / () / 48 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: SKELETAL AND MUSCLE SYSTEM

This program introduces types and structures of bones, bone metabolism, fractures, kinds of arthritic, its diseases such as bone dislocation, etc. It also covers the structures and functions of muscles, muscular contraction, electromyogram, etc. Supervisor: Keishoku Sakuraba (MD, PhD, Juntendo Univ.)

DVD / / () / 44 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: SKIN AND SENSORY SYSTEM

This program explains the structures and functions of visual, olfactory, auditory, tactile, and gustatory organs. It also introduces various types of diseases related to sensory system such as color vision disorder, difficulty in hearing, and Meniere's disease. Supervisor: Tadashi Hisamitu (MD, PhD, Showa Univ.)

DVD / / () / 42 minutes

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VISUAL BASIC MEDICINE: URINARY SYSTEM

This program explains the structures of kidney, urinary tract, the mechanisms of urine production and how kidney controls body fluid volume, blood pressure, and the pH scale. It also introduces kidney related diseases such as glomerulonephritis and diabetic nephropathy. Supervisor: Tatsuo Sakai (MD, PhD, Juntendo Univ.) Academic Support: Hidekazu Shigematsu (MD, Professor Emeritus, Shinshu Univ.)

DVD / / () / 37 minutes

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