Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation
by Ronald A. Bergman, Adel K. Afifi, Ryosuke Miyauchi
Publisher: Anatomy Atlases 2006
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.
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