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By A Customer
This review is from: Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body (Paperback)
This atlas is among the finest I have ever seen. It is comprehensive, beautifully illustrated, and it provides the reader with clinically oriented text on pertinent structures. In addition, there are radiographs that are labeled, and charts of muscular origins and insertions right where you need them. The table of contents is color coded and the color tabs are marked on the side of the book for fast retrieval of specific information. This is one terrific book. From an artistic persective, the illustrations are meticulously done with great care and accuracy, and they are visually appealing like no other atlas. Even Netter's fine work is not as polished as the depictions in this text. It must be emphasized that this is much more than simply a picture atlas. A fantastic reference for anyone interested in the incredible design of the human body.