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Pocket Atlas of. Human Anatomy. Based on the International Nomenclature. Heinz Feneis. Professor. Formerly Institute of Anatomy. University of Tübingen. NAME: ATLAS OF HUMAN ANATOMY AUTHOR: FRANK NETTER. Using netter atlas, you can easily find the location of different vessels. In this post, we have shared an overview and download link of Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy 7th Edition PDF. Read the overview below and.
For years, this book has remained the top choice for students and as well as teachers for studying anatomy. Carlos Machado.
High-definition and visual region-by-region coverage of challenging and intricate anatomical structures make studying anatomy not only fun but highly productive as well. This exciting and innovative new feature offers additional support to students who are curious and crave for a more in-depth understanding. With Student Consult, the students are able to access self-assessment exercises, dissection videos, regional MCQs, illustrated axial cross-sections and additional plates from previous editions thus making the overall reader experience more rewarding and enlightening.
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This clarifies the anatomical relationship of structures within the thorax and abdomen. The book's contents cover not only the viscera, pulmonary system and cardiovascular components, but also the joints of the thorax and joints of the pelvis, including detail of the innominate bone and the function of the pelvis.
The functional aspects of the book include the relationship between the circulatory and nervous systems of the thorax and abdomen and it has excellent illustrations of the lumbar and sacral plexuses. Throughout, the book relates to surface landmarks for all structures mentioned.
It would not only assist students and teachers in the study of anatomy and the understanding of the anatomy of the thorax and abdomen but would also inspire interest in the concept ol living anatomy and the importance of anatomy as a basic medical science. The overall impression is that of inquiry and interest, and the text, plus the illustrations; should inspire students of anatomy to seek to analyse the structure and function of the thorax and abdomen.
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The book concludes with useful addresses and an index. Each chapter is clearly set out and very easy t o read, illustrations complementing the text. At intervals there are brief case histories and highlighted advice.
This book will be of use to all arthritis sufferers and particularly to self-help groups, also to relatives and friends. Concise, easily understood and readable; very good value. This is the second edition of a text first published in The overall organisation of the content of the book remains unchanged but the presentation of the contents is considerably improved.
The illustrations appear much clearer than in the previous edition and the use of boxes around the numerical indices t o the photographs enhances the ease with which the text may be used.
Both the new photographslline diagrams in the revised text, the increased detail concerning the structures under review and their relative positions within the body, are good.
This is a text which relates well to the living model despite being largely based on dissected parts. It is not a primary text but is certainly a useful adjunct, particularly for students.
The availability of a small paperback version of the large hardback book is excellent, both from a financial and a 'portable' point of view. Your family's guide to prescription drugs, by Gillian Martlew and Shelley Silver.
In Great Britain million prescriptions are dispensed each year, and on average every individual obtains seven prescribed items. This book aims to explain what drugs are for, and what side effects or interaction with other drugs may occur, and adopts a holistic approach. Its seven main sections correspond to body areas, with drug fact sheets for all the common drugs used t o treat each health problem within that section. Advice is given on vitamins, minerals and alternative therapies, and there is a fact-finder chapter which explains medical terms.
This could be a useful book to recommend for patients who have an insatiable curiosity whom there is not enough time to help in the normal routine, or as a reference to use at home in case some of the professional's instructions are forgotten.
It is certainly good value for money in terms of size and the amount of information it contains. One of the clear diagrams from 'Arthritis' It is difficult to believe that an extract from one species of plant can be good for premenstrual syndrome, heart disease and vascular problems, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, diabetes, hyperactive children and eczema.
However, this book provides some evidence for all these claims, plus background information about the properties of essential fatty acids and how they may work in patients with these conditions. Sufferers are more likely to want to find out whether the oil works rather than how, but the book provides professionals with some justification for recommending a trial.