A.D.A.M. Student Atlas of Anatomy / Edition 2

A.D.A.M. Student Atlas of Anatomy / Edition 2

by Todd R. Olson, Wojciech Pawlina
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521710057

ISBN-13: 9780521710053

Pub. Date: 04/07/2008

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

The ADAM Student Atlas of Anatomy is an invaluable learning and review tool developed for medical students as well as undergraduate and graduate students in allied health and human biology. This new second edition updates the first edition’s renowned and innovative approach to understanding the human body. The Atlas emphasizes surface anatomy and features

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The ADAM Student Atlas of Anatomy is an invaluable learning and review tool developed for medical students as well as undergraduate and graduate students in allied health and human biology. This new second edition updates the first edition’s renowned and innovative approach to understanding the human body. The Atlas emphasizes surface anatomy and features unique additional views (posterior, medial, lateral) of important structures that are often difficult for students to understand and appreciate – such as the perineum, head and neck, and limb muscles. Throughout, the art in this full-color Atlas (featuring cadaveric photographs from the Bassett Collection) takes a three-dimensional approach to anatomic structure. Illustrations are appropriately labeled for the beginning anatomy student and are supplemented with radiographs, cross-sectional images, correlated tables, and illustrations of isolated muscles, bones, and attachments. The coverage and detail found throughout the ADAM Student Atlas of Anatomy make it a must-have for every student who is attempting to master the basics of anatomy for the first time.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521710053
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
04/07/2008
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
512
Sales rank:
1,322,006
Product dimensions:
8.46(w) x 10.98(h) x 0.87(d)

Table of Contents

User's guide; 1. Trunk: body wall and spine; 2. Thorax; 3. Abdomen; 4. Pelvis and perineum; 5. Lower limb; 6. Upper limb; 7. Head and neck; 8. Cranial and autonomic nerves.

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