Clinical Surface Anatomy

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Mosby-Wolfe, 1998 - Medical - 138 pages
This second edition of this highly popular color atlas includes clear photographs highlighting surface features and the position of the underlying anatomy. Clearly labeled structures are now integrated with high-quality color illustrations. Concise text clearly describes surface anatomy and emphasizes clinical relevance.

High-quality color photographs highlight the surface features and position of the underlying anatomy. Fifty new photographs feature better muscle illustration. Careful labeling of images aids identification of surface features.

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The Hand
Proportions of the Body 6 Vessels and Nerves of the Arm and Hand
The Head The Nerves

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About the author (1998)

Ralph T. Hutchings was formerly Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

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