Atlas of Anatomy by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, Lawence M. Ross

By Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, Lawence M. Ross

Publication Date: June 2008
1st softcover edition
672 pp, 2200 illustrations
softcover
ISBN (Americas): 9781604060621
ISBN (EUR, Asia, Africa, AUS): 9781604060621

Everything you must grasp human anatomy -- multi function place

Praise for this book:

"Impressive...remarkably effective."--Journal of the yankee scientific Association

"[Five stars] a super masterpiece, jam-packed with anatomical illustrations of significant accuracy, thoroughly categorised and aesthetically appealing."--Doody's Review

Atlas of Anatomy includes every thing scholars have to effectively take on the daunting demanding situations of anatomy.

Complete with beautiful, full-color illustrations by means of award-winning artists Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, the atlas is prepared to guide scholars step by step via each one zone of the physique. each one quarter opens with the foundational skeletal framework. the following chapters construct upon this origin, including the muscle groups, then organs, then vessels, then nerves, and eventually providing topographic anatomy for a complete view. each one unit closes with floor anatomy observed by way of questions that ask the reader to use wisdom discovered for the real-life actual exam of patients.

Features:
2,200 full-color illustrations of unsurpassed quality

Brief introductory texts that supply an obtainable access element while a brand new subject is presented

Clinical correlates and pictures, together with radiographs, MRIs, CT scans, and endoscopic views

Muscle truth pages that set up the necessities, together with beginning, insertion, and innervation -- excellent for memorization, reference, and review

Navigators that orient the reader with situation and aircraft of dissection

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