Anatomy and Human Movement: Structure and Function

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002 - Science - 677 pages
A classic text for those studying anatomy with over 25,000 copies sold, this book has established itself as a core textbook for students.

All illustrations have been redrawn to meet the needs of students today along with a new design and layout to make studying anatomy easier.

The upper and lower limbs have been divided into the bones, muscles, joints, and nerve and blood supply, and the book also covers the skin, trunk, neck, head, viscera and nervous system in a comprehensive way.

The musculoskeletal structures are presented as a living dynamic system and is a must-buy for anatomy students today including all students of physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic, occupational therapists as well as sports scientists, kinesiologists and podiatrists.

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Components of the musculoskeletal
Early embryology
Skin its appendages and special

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