The Human Bone Manual
Building on the success of their previous book, White and Folkens' The Human Bone Manual is intended for use outside the laboratory and classroom, by professional forensic scientists, anthropologists and researchers. The compact volume includes all the key information needed for identification purposes, including hundreds of photographs designed to show a maximum amount of anatomical information.
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If you are studying osteology you need this book. That is the main reason to buy this book, it is worth the money. Artists trying to draw bone many also like this book as the photos are fantastic. Read full review
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adult analysis Anatomy articular facet articular surface articulates base bony calcaneus canines cartilage centers Chapter clavicle concave condyle coxae cranial cranial suture cranium crest crowns cuneiform cusp dental dentition distal distal end dorsal edge endocranial excavation femoral femur fibula Figure foramen foramina forensic fossa fracture frontal groove Growth human osteology human skeletal humerus identification incisors individual inferior inferior nasal conchae joint lateral ligaments lingual lower male mandible mandibular maxilla medial metacarpal metatarsal midline molar muscle nasal Natural nonarticular nonmetric notch occipital occlusal ossifies osteoarthritis osteological osteologist parietal phalanges plate populations Possible Confusion posterior prehistoric premolar proximal end pubic pubic symphysis radius ramus ribs Right roots sagittal sample scapula shaft side skeletal elements skeletal remains skeleton skull soft tissue specimens sphenoid spine sulcus superior suture symphysis techniques teeth temporal thoracic vertebra tibia tion tooth transverse tubercle tuberosity Ubelaker ulna upper usually variation zygomatic
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