By Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher, Markus Voll, Karl Wesker
Author note: Consulting Editors (Lawrence M. Ross, Edward D. Lamperti), and Markus Voll (Illustrator), Karl Wesker (Illustrator)
The Thieme Atlas of Anatomy integrates anatomy and medical strategies prepared intuitively, with self-contained publications to express issues on each two-page unfold hundreds of thousands of scientific functions built-in into the anatomical descriptions, emphasizing the very important hyperlink among anatomical constitution and serve as. surroundings a brand new average for the learn of anatomy, the Thieme Atlas of Anatomy is greater than a set of anatomical illustrations, it's an essential source for someone who works with the human body.
This atlas comprises improved illustrations of the musculoskeletal approach of the trunk, top, and reduce extremities, in addition to a concise yet very informative assessment of basic anatomical concepts.-- American organization of Anatomists
• An cutting edge, trouble-free structure within which every one two-page unfold offers a self-contained consultant to a selected topic
• a hundred tables current entire assurance of the musculoskeletal procedure, basic anatomy, floor anatomy, and embryology
• countless numbers of medical functions emphasize the important hyperlink among anatomical constitution and function
• Expertly rendered cross-sections, x-rays, and CT and MRI scans vividly exhibit scientific anatomy
• in actual fact classified pictures aid the reader simply establish each one structure
• precis tables look all through -- excellent for fast evaluation
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