Notes on Anatomy and Oncology

Notes on Anatomy and Oncology

By David O'Halloran, BEd(Hons), Med DHSM, CDR(T), ILTM, Director, O'Halloran Consultancy Limited, Accreditor for the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; Formerly Senior Lecturer in Radiotherapy, School of Healthcare Studies, Leeds, UK; Jill Henderson, BHSc(Hons), PGCE, DCR(T), Lecturer in Radiotherapy, School of Healthcare Studies, Leeds, UK; and Kath Guyers, BSc, DCR(T), CTCert, Lecturer in Radiotherapy, School of Healthcare Studies, Leeds, UK


1. Introduction. What is cancer?. 2. The Circulatory Systems: blood and lymph. 3. The connective tissues. 4. The nervous system. 5. The endocrine system. 6. The respiratory system. 7. The digestive system. 8. The urinary system. 9. The male reproductive system. 10. The female reproductive system (including breast). 11. The skin. Appendix: Answers to the self-assessment questions. Index