The Human Body Book

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DK, 2013 - Medical - 288 pages
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Combining up-to-the-minute descriptions and illustrations of the body's physical structure, chemical workings, and potential problems,The Human Body Book is the ultimate all-in-one guide perfect for families and students alike.

With updated content and illustrations throughout — including a new section on aging in the human body and the latest in medical advances, as well as an accompanying DVD with added animation of the breathing and digestive processes —The Human Body Book is the perfect introduction to our inner workings.

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awesome book for future docs

User Review  - rab da bomb - Borders

man this book has evey single thing in detail....its so cool and its pictures are amazing and very vivid and understanding ...its a great book to read and learn from. Read full review

Great Book

User Review  - savvyjackie -

I recommend this book. It has great pictures of every system of the body with a good general overview of the physiology for each. Its a good reference for a nonmedical or medical person who wants great illustrations of the human body anatomy in great detail. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Steve Parker was born and raised in Edinburgh. Scotland, and now lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. As a video-game writer/designer, he has worked on titles for various platforms. In 2005, his short fiction started appearing in American SF/Fantasy/Horror Magazines. In 2006, his story 'The Falls of Marakross' was published in Black Library's "Tales from the Dark Millennium" anthology. His first novel, "Rebel Winter", was published in 2007 and his last book, "Rynn's World", was the first book in the Space Marine Battles series.

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