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Atlas of Anatomy

Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, Jamie Wikenheiser, Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher, 1684202035, 978-1684202034, 9781684202034, B08FLVCWS8

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English | 2020 | PDF | 80 MB | 780 Pages

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Quintessential Atlas of Anatomy expands on widely acclaimed prior editions!

Atlas of Anatomy, Fourth Edition builds on its longstanding reputation of being the highest quality anatomy atlas published to date. With more than 2,000 exquisitely detailed illustrations, including over 120 new to this edition, the Atlas helps students and seasoned clinicians master the details of human anatomy.

Key Features:

•NEW! Expanded Radiology sections include over 40 new radiographs, CTs, and MRIs

•NEW! A more dissectional approach to the head and neck region places neck anatomy before that of the head – the way most students dissect

•NEW! Additional images and tables detail the challenging anatomy of the peritoneal cavity, inguinal region, and infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae

•NEW! Almost 30 new clinical boxes focus on function, pathology, diagnostic techniques, anatomic variation, and more

•NEW! More comprehensive coverage clarifies the complexities of the ANS, including revised wiring schematics

•Also included in this new edition:

•Muscle Fact spreads provide origin, insertion, innervation, and action

•An innovative, user-friendly format: every topic covered in two side-by-side pages

What users say about the Atlas of Anatomy:

"I can't say enough how much I like the organization of this text. I think Thieme has 'hit the nail on the head' with structuring everything by region (Lower Limb) and sub-region (Ankle & Foot). It's very easy to find what you're looking for…"

"The figures in the Atlas of Anatomy are exemplary and surpass other competing texts. The images are clear, precise, and aesthetically colored. The unique views presented in this work are also very helpful for studying a three-dimensional subject such as human anatomy."