This book is really unique. It provides clear simple black and white drawings. All structures are labeled w/ numbers so you can quiz yourself. On the accompanying page there is a structure key that also includes short high yield discussions. I am using this book to review anatomy for my surgery clerkship and it’s been great. It also provides the full spectrum of anatomy, including a very strong neuroanatomy section that even separates out cranial nerves instead of having extremely confusing and jumbled diagrams like in Netter’s.
From the Back Cover
A most valuable working pocket book for anyone in the field of anatomy and medicine. – Roger Warwick, University of London
Either as an illustrated dictionary or comprehensive atlas, this handy book has served healthcare professionals across disciplines as a trusted companion for decades. Now fully updated with more than 1,250 new entries, the Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy is ready for a new generation.
Concise definitions of more than 8,000 terms enhanced with hundreds of vivid, elegant illustrations
Coverage of all of the body’s major organs and systems
Easy access – clearly organized, color-coded hierarchies
Up-to-date nomenclature according to the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology (FCAT)
Comprehensive indexes in Latin and English
Compact, durable design – it fits in your pocket!
The perfect combination of both cutting-edge and time-tested features make the Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy the best choice for physicians, physical therapists, medical students, nurses, dentists, physician’s assistants — quite simply, anyone who works with the human body.
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