"Clearly this remains a very useful book for the podiatric profession, although it appears to be more widely used in the U.K. than the U.S. It has a place in both the preclinical and the clinical setting, for students, residents, and practitioners alike. However, the book also will to appeal to an even wider audience, both medical and paramedical."- Martin Yorath, DPM (Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science) 4 star Doody rating!
About the Author
Bari Logan and Ralph Hutchings have contributed to some of the most successful anatomy titles on the Mosby-Wolfe list, namely:
McMinn, Hutchings, Logan: Color Atlas of Head and Neck Anatomy 2/e
Abrahams, Hutchings, Marks: McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy 4/e
Backhouse, Hutchings: Clinical Surface Anatomy 2/e
McMinn, Gaddum-Rosse, Hutchings, Logan: McMinn's Functional and Clinical Anatomy
McMinn, Hutchings, Logan: The Human Skeleton
In addition, they have been involved inother anatomy projects with Butterworth and Manson Publishing:
Ellis, Logan, Dixon: Human Cross Sectional Anatomy, 1994, Butterworth
McMinn, Hutchings, Logan: Concise Handbook of Human Anatomy, 1997, Manson Publishing
Bari Logan is an internationally renowned prosector, based at Cambridge, who is regularly invited to talk worldwide on the preparation of anatomic specimens (!). Ralph Hutchings was formerly Chief Photographer at the Royal College of Surgeons.
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