Atlas of the Visible Human Male: Reverse Engineering of the Human Body

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1998 - Medical - 519 pages
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The Atlas of the Visible Human Male reference text completely catalogs the internal human male in a way never before possible. The latest in high definition computers were used to compile cuts taken from one cadaver into three different perspectives: transverse, coronal, and sagittal. It is a visually compelling and scientifically precise collection of nearly 3,000 full color images. Victor M. Spitzer, Ph.D. and David G. Whitlock M.D., Ph.D., who were commissioned by the National Library of Medicine of The National Institutes of Health to make the cuts and compile the images, provide illustrated commentary about how their team obtained, prepared, and captured the images for this unique resource. This text is an invaluable resource for professionals, students, and anyone interested in the fascinating detail of the human body.

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University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Colorado

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