Gray's Dissection Guide for Human Anatomy

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Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2007 - Medical - 584 pages
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Understanding anatomical structures is one thing. Knowing how to dissect them is another. More effectively than any other resource, this user-friendly manual demonstrates how to successfully dissect the trunk, head and neck, pelvis and perineum, and upper and lower extremities. Extensively class tested and reviewed, it is proven to reduce the time you spend in dissection...without skimping on the details that you need to know!

  • Page references to Drake et al.: Gray's Anatomy for Students, Netter: Atlas of Human Anatomy, 4th Edition, and Moses et al.: Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy point you towards outstanding visual guidance on anatomical structure and function.
  • STUDENT CONSULT access lets you browse through the complete contents of the book cadaver dissection photographs before going into the lab...test your knowledge with review questions and answers...and follow "integration links" to related bonus material from Gray's Anatomy for Students, Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy, and other books.

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About the author (2007)

David Morton PhD. teaches medical gross anatomy to medical and health professional students at University of Utah. David is a recent PhD in Gross Anatomy, and is now the course director for medical gross anatomy.

Kurt Albertine PhD. has been the Course Director for medical gross and been the advisor to several Phd candidates in gross anatomy. Kurt is Editor Elect of the Anatomical Record journal published by JWS.

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