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Netter’s Photographic Anatomy Companion, 1st Edition

ISBN: 9780323825405
ISBN: 9780323825405
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Connect what you see in prosections and dissections in the anatomy lab with the detailed medical illustrations of Frank H. Netter, MD. Netter’s Photographic Anatomy Companion features more than 200 carefully selected plates from the well-known Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy, each paired with photographs of real cadaver prosections in the same position, plane, and view. This unique reference and study tool provides a visual connection between the idealized anatomical concepts in Netter’s famous illustrations with the photos of body donors seen in the anatomy lab, making it an invaluable resource for learning human anatomy, as a dissection reference, for practical exam review, and for prepping for surgical rotations.
Key Features
  • Provides a unique, visual connection between real-world cadaveric presentation in the anatomy lab with Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy, the most widely used anatomy atlas for medical programs.
  • Pairs dissection photographs side by side with classic Netter illustrations in the same view and orientation, helping solve the common problem of dissected and prosected specimens of body donors that do not closely resemble the idealized images in an illustrated atlas.
  • Makes it easier to locate structures in a body donor and connect that structure with the detailed, high-quality illustration of a didactic Netter plate, enabling you to more quickly discover, learn, and understand anatomical structures and relationships.
  • An ideal reference tool for the prosection or dissection lab, anatomy instructors, and medical and allied health students, as well as an excellent study aid outside the lab for practicals, exams, and surgical rotations.
  • An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.







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