Principles of human anatomy, Volume 712

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HarperCollins College, 1995 - Science - 796 pages
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Principles of Human Anatomy, 10e once again sets the standard for a rewarding and successful classroom experience for both instructors and students. The highly praised illustration program is enhanced with numerous newly drawn figures, micrographs, and photographs. All-new system overview inserts, which highlight the multitude of imaging techniques used to view and understand human structure, provide an even stronger visual impact. The succinctly written narrative is perfectly keyed to the many illustrations and continues to be supported by a host of carefully crafted pedagogical aids. Responding to feedback from students and instructors, the author has carefully reorganized the content to provide a better continuity of concepts throughout the text.

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User Review  - Annie Buchanan - Goodreads

Accessible for a determined layperson and a good professional resource. There are NOT many texts that can make that claim. The electronic support and realistic dissection photos are _very_ helpful. I would absolutely recommend this book for anyone who needs a good solid anatomy textbook. Read full review

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User Review  - Foxthyme - Goodreads

Mine is probably a few editions back. Great book. Was my university text and I loved it. Very friendly. Read full review

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Note to the Student xx
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Blood 319

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