Lectures in Human Anatomy presents a detailed yet organized approach in multi-lecture chapter format about the human body. The first chapter is an introduction that covers the planes and basic bony landmarks and other facts necessary to begin a discussion of human anatomy. The style of Lectures in Human Anatomy is student-friendly, as it makes available the material in separate chapters (e.g. ankle and foot) without having a student to read over extraneous material not pertinent to the region or organ under study. For example, the musculature, nerve and blood supply, lymphatic drainage, joints, anatomical landmarks, and relevant fascia of the upper extremity are presented in a design that allows for quick reference as each region of the upper extremity is discussed in its specific chapter. This also applies to the study of the organ systems and regions of the human body.