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I recall films InnerSpace(1987) and Fantastic Voyage(1966). In each film a submarine with crew is minituarised then injected into a human body, special effects portray the journey through the body. A drama played out with some medical information imparted.
John Clancy's book The Human Body In Close-Up gives 300 images built up into 3D at the resolutions generated by Magnetic Resonance Imaging(MRI). It allows us to boldly go into the detail of the human body, showing cell differentiation as a fact more fascinating than any cinematic science fiction.
The 300 images are grouped in to sections showing the bones, muscles, skin, tissues, organs. They are memorably beautiful… Read more