McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy

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Mosby, 1998 - Computers - 352 pages
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With an emphasis on clinically related material, this colour atlas covers surface anaromy, osteology, clinically/anatomical relationships and nueroanatomy as well as general anatomy. Its intention is to represent the reality of the dissecting room with photographs of disssections and specimens dissected are reinforced by MRI, CT scans, ultrasound and traditional radiography images. Interpretive line drawings acompany the more intricate dissections to improve understanding. Text describes the key anatomical features, with revision notes on all major dissections.

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Hutchings is a biomedical photographer who was associated with the Anatomy Department of the Royal College of Surgeons for 20 years. He has focused for years on photographing the structure of the human body.

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