Grant's Atlas of Anatomy

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 760 pages
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For over fifty years, Grant's Atlas of Anatomy has been the lab partner of students who appreciate fine artwork, realistic presentation, and concise observations. This Tenth Edition includes increased sizing of many figures, more information on neuroanatomy, and new features such as tables of muscles and an MRI section at the end of each chapter.

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As far as anatomy goes, lots of illustrations from different views, so it's good for that, and, I think, better (though not absolutely required) than general anatomy & physiology books, but I haven't ... Read full review

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Table and Figure Credits xiv
Abdomen 85

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Agur is Associate Professor in Division of Anatomy, Department of Surgery, Department of Physical Therapy and Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto.

Darrien Lee, a graduate of Tennessee State University, is a two-time "Essence" bestselling author with four published works with Strebor Books. She has been featured in several periodicals, including "Romantic Times" magazine and the N"ashville Tennessean." She lives in LaVergne, Tennessee, with her husband and two daughters. Visit

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