Entire gross anatomy organized in 7 units: Back, Thorax, Abdomen & Pelvis, Upper Limb, Lower Limb, Head & Neck, Neuroanatomy.
University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
"The 2200 full-color illustrations are...impressive. The artists, with their sensitive rendering of light and shadow, have achieved a remarkably effective 3-dimensional representation of structures...without sacrificing clarity. Throughout, extensive tables and charts make it easy to find factual information..It seems likely that the trend away from buying or even using books will continue as online resources become more prevalent...However the beauty of the images in Thieme's "Atlas of Anatomy," and the clarity of the concise tables and textual notes, may help stem the ride and rekindle student interest in the use of books."--Journal of the American Medical Association
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