My ds loves everything medical, whether we're in the ER, dr office, physical therapy it doesn't matter he will sit there and ask an unlimited number of questions because he is just fascinated with it. With everything thats been going on as of late, I was thinking about incorporating a medical study into our regular schooling in place of geography for a while. For the past year any diagnosis I got we have researched it. For example last summer when I had my heart attack, he kept asking me a ton of questions so I got a cardiology book from the library and we studied the heart, what its job description is, how it works, and we touched base on meds that can help heart conditions. We also did some science experiences that show how hearts pump blood and what not. He really really enjoyed it. Well yesterday the dr office called and my kidney function levels are low. I was looking online and I cant find a book specifically on kidneys, and since we dont know why my kidneys are only at 70 and 73% yet I cant go get a book about the specific cause.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to study human kidneys without having a book thats specifically about them?