Logo

Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section

Small book cover: Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section

Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section
by

Publisher: Anatomy Atlases

Description:
The present work attempts to provide a high-quality color atlas of sectional anatomy in the axial plane. Photographic images offer the best means of correlation with radiologic images, and drawings have not been used except as "key figures". It is our hope that this book will serve the needs of our colleagues in radiology as well as in anatomy. Those interested in MR and CT will find, we believe, an anatomic reference text that is sufficiently visually precise and detailed to aid in difficult interpretations.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Read online
(online html)

Similar books

Book cover: Atlas of Human AnatomyAtlas of Human Anatomy
by - Anatomy Atlases
This atlas is translated from the original atlas entitled Handbuch der Anatomie des Menschen which was published in 1841 in Leipzig, Germany. The author of this atlas was Professor Dr. Carl Ernest Bock, who lived from 1809 - 1874.
(31562 views)
Book cover: Anatomy: Descriptive and AppliedAnatomy: Descriptive and Applied
by - Lea & Febiger
As a thoroughly practical treatise on the subject for the medical student, Gray's Anatomy has long been held in the highest esteem. The essentials are here embodied into a complete account of the structures of the human body and their development.
(18453 views)
Book cover: Experimental Physiology and AnatomyExperimental Physiology and Anatomy
by - American Book Co.
This book represents a selection of experimental matter, adapted to the age of elementary students of the subject and which will present the facts of physiology in a concrete form. This is an attempt to place the subject on an experimental basis.
(7640 views)
Book cover: Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic VariationIllustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation
by - Anatomy Atlases
Anatomic variations arise from our genetic composition, no two living organisms are functionally or structurally identical. The authors describe normal things, although they may differ from the usual. Useful for quick reference.
(17118 views)