Atlas of Anatomy
H.F. Ullmann, 2009 - Medical - 448 pages
"What the doctor says sometimes seems cryptic. Butanatomical and clinical knowledge can be described in a way everybody understands.
Compiled by the editorial team of the world famous Sobotta Atlas, this volume provides you with a thorough overview of the human body and its different structures.Aided by more than 600 high-quality illustrations, drawings as well as fotos, concise textual material and detailed illustrations render the complexities of the muscular, the sensory and nervous systems accessible to the layman. The color-codes of the 13 chapters allow an intuitive approach. Following the detailed illustrations of organs and their functions, the texts are arranged by cues and colored enumerations.In extra chapters, the most common illnesses and physical dysfunctions are explained as well as their common ways of diagnosis and treatment.
The Atlas of Anatomyis the competent guide for those seeking initial advice as well as for everyone willing to explore the greatest miracle known--the human body."
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Atlas of Anatomy (Ullmann)User Review - Book Verdict
Beautifully illustrated and containing more than 600 images and drawings from the Sobatha Atlas, this book should be the ideal introduction for students and lay people to the science field of human anatomy and medicine. The presentation of content is clear, with illustrations and descriptive text scattered throughout. Conceived as a basic anatomy reference book by H.F. Ullmann (known for producing upscale books at affordable prices), this work presents detailed illustrations and drawings of the exterior and interior of the human body, clearly labeled for easy identification of each section of the human body. Each chapter is preceded with explanatory text to facilitate understanding of its content. BOTTOM LINE Comparable with Giovanni Iazzetti's Atlas of Anatomy (Taj Bks., 2005), this work is not suitable for use by graduate students or professionals. It is more appropriate for younger learners and laypeople because of the easy-to-follow format. School and public libraries may consider purchasing. -Luis J. Gonzalez, Hunter Coll. Libs., New York
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Awesome, awesome illustrations. Read full review