McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy

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Mosby, 1998 - Human anatomy - 352 pages
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McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy is the most popular atlas of human anatomy ever published - over one million copies have been sold worldwide in more than 22 languages. The fourth edition has been carefully revised to reflect the increasing emphasis on clinical anatomy and to make this stunning atlas even more user-friendly. More than 60 new dissection photographs have been added along with 250 clinical notes. A brand new layout, color-coded user icons, additional orientational diagrams and interpretational line drawings, and an improved labeling system make this edition ideal for revision as well as long-term study.

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Vertebral column and spinal cord
Bony pelvis
Muscles of back

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About the author (1998)

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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