The diagrams are good and in full colour and if you need it simply as a reference book to fill in your own diagrams it's fine. There are good summary tables and it also has a few exercises after each chapter, but for me, the only saving point was the diagrams. The rest of the book is basically a summary of all one needs to know rather than going into any detail which, for someone learning the subjects, is not very helpful at all. Choose a thicker book e.g. WIE Principles of Anatomy and Physiology.
The chapters are: 1. Introducing the Human Body 2. Cells and Tissues 3. The Integumentary System 4. The Skeletal system 5. The Muscular system 6. The Central Nervous System 7. The Peripheral Nervous System 8. The Sense Organs 9. Endocrine Control 10. The Circulatory system (Blood) 11. The Circulatory system (The Heart) 12. Circulation of Blood and Lymph 13. Internal Defense (Immune responses) 14. The Respiratory system 15. The Digestive System 16. The Urinary System adn FLuid Balance 17. Reproduction
I had just started my first year of nursing studies when I bought this book. It has been so useful and is written in a way that I can understand. It has lots of pictures too to help with demonstration. I definitely recommend this book.