Anne M Gilroy, Brian MacPherson, Jamie Wikenheiser, Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher, Markus Voll, Karl H. Wesker, Hugo Zeberg
Atlas of Anatomy, Latin Nomenclature 4th New edition
Tema (-os)Visos knygos · Anatomija · Ikiklinikiniai medicinos mokslai · Naujos knygos anglų kalba
Atlas of Anatomy, Latin Nomenclature, Fourth Edition builds on its longstanding reputation of being the highest-quality anatomy atlas published to date using Latin nomenclature. With more than 2,000 exquisitely detailed illustrations, including over 120 new to this edition, the Atlas helps students and seasoned clinicians master the details of human anatomy.
NEW! Expanded Radiology sections include over 40 new radiographs, CTs, and MRIs
NEW! A more dissectional approach to the head and neck region places neck anatomy before that of the head &; the way most students dissect
NEW! Additional images and tables detail the challenging anatomy of the peritoneal cavity, inguinal region, and infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae
NEW! Almost 30 new clinical boxes focus on function, pathology, diagnostic techniques, anatomic variation, and more
NEW! More comprehensive coverage clarifies the complexities of the ANS, including revised wiring schematics
Also included in this new edition:
Muscle Fact spreads provide origin, insertion, innervation, and action
An innovative, user-friendly format: every topic covered in two side-by-side pages
Online images with "labels-on and labels-off" capability are ideal for review and self-testing
What users say about the Atlas of Anatomy:
"I can't say enough how much I like the organization of this text. I think Thieme has 'hit the nail on the head' with structuring everything by region (Lower Limb) and sub-region (Ankle & Foot). It's very easy to find what you're looking for&;"
"The figures in the Atlas of Anatomy are exemplary and surpass other competing texts. The images are clear, precise, and aesthetically colored. The unique views presented in this work are also very helpful for studying a three-dimensional subject such as human anatomy."
Back 1 Surface Anatomy 2 Bones, Ligaments & Joints 3 Muscles 4 Neurovasculature 5 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Thorax 6 Surface Anatomy 7 Thoracic Wall 8 Thoracic Cavity 9 Mediastinum 10 Pulmonary Cavities 11 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Abdomen 12 Surface Anatomy 13 Abdominal Wall 14 Abdominal Cavity & Spaces 15 Internal Organs 16 Neurovasculature 17 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Pelvis & Perineum 18 Surface Anatomy 19 Bones, Ligaments & Muscles 20 Spaces 21 Internal Organs 22 Neurovasculature 23 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Upper Limb 24 Surface Anatomy 25 Shoulder & Arm 26 Elbow & Forearm 27 Wrist & Hand 28 Neurovasculature 29 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Lower Limb 30 Surface Anatomy 31 Hip & Thigh 32 Knee & Leg 33 Ankle & Foot 34 Neurovasculature 35 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Head & Neck 36 Surface Anatomy 37 Neck 38 Bones of the Head 39 Muscles of the Skull & Face 40 Cranial Nerves 41 Neurovasculature of the Skull & Face 42 Orbit & Eye 43 Nasal Cavity & Nose 44 Temporal Bone & Ear 45 Oral Cavity & Pharynx 46 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy Brain & Nervous System 47 Brain 48 Blood Vessels of the Brain 49 Functional Systems 50 Autonomic Nervous System 51 Sectional & Radiographic Anatomy