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Download Atlas of Human Anatomy Volume 1: Head, Neck, Upper Limb (Atlas of Human Anatomy (Sobotta)) ePub
  • ISBN 0443103488
  • ISBN13 978-0443103483
  • Language English
  • Author Sobotta
  • Publisher Churchill Livingstone; 14th edition (May 26, 2006)
  • Pages 432
  • Formats lrf azw mbr lrf
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Size ePub 1803 kb
  • Size Fb2 1367 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 663

This is the new 14th edition of the classic atlas in English with Latin labels. The SOBOTTA Atlas covers the complete macroscopic anatomy in full detail and equaled quality with almost 2000 figures. The Atlas' organization by body region corresponds to the way you learn in your dissection labs. Simple new introductory schemes and general overviews help you to understand the more complex figures and connections - step by step.Especially handyThe Volume 1 is accompanied by a compact brochure with tables on muscles, joints, and nerves. Reference to the matching tables in the separate Table BookletVice versa, references are given from the tables to the matching figuresCross references to further matching figures in the AtlasPerfect orientation - the new navigation systemNavigation system: The menu indicates, where you actually areChapters are distinct in colour"Compass card": Link to figures of adjacent regionsThis way you quickly locate the sought structure: arteries, veins and nerves are distinguishable by different coloursTo facilitate the application of anatomical knowledge to clinical practice, the new SOBOTTA comes with even more clinical figures, including new imaging techniques (IX-ray, MRT, CT etc.), endoscopic images, intraoperative colour photographs of inner organs, pictures from patients with common paralyses and more - designed to be suitable for any type of curriculum.

Sobotta Atlas of Anatomy General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System. Human Anatomy, Volume 1: Upper Limb and Thorax.

Sobotta Atlas of Anatomy General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System. 38 MB·6,373 Downloads·New!. Atlas of Human Anatomy by Netter. 25 MB·162,686 Downloads. 92 MB·8,233 Downloads·New! Human Anatomy: Upper Limb Thorax is a comprehensive book for undergraduate students of Medic. Psychology - A Self-Teaching Guide. 06 MB·353,740 Downloads Load more similar PDF files.

Series: Atlas of Human Anatomy (Sobotta). Hardcover: 432 pages. The 2 Volume set is a level above Netter's IMHO. No one speaks Latin in american hospitals and though the words are similar -they are not english.

Volume One covers the head, neck, and upper extremities

Volume One covers the head, neck, and upper extremities. Volume 2 covers the trunk and lower extremities. The hundreds of drawings, photographs, radiographs, ultrasounds, MRIs and CTs give a thorough and comprehensive view of gross anatomy (as well as some histology).

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Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy Volume 1: Head, Neck, Upper Limb. Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy Volume 1: Head, Neck, Upper Limb.

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Volume 1: General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System. Volume 2: Internal Organ. Volume 3: Head, Neck and Neuroanatomy. In fact, one can argue that it is quite a brave undertaking to publish a resource as thick as a coffee cup nowadays, especially for a subject like anatomy. However, every cloud has a silver lining so this strategy does have one major advantage that we’ll see later.

Atlas of Human Anatomy General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System The body is divided into head (Caput), neck (Collum), torso (Truncus) w ith chest (Thorax), abdomen (Abdomen), pelvis (Pelvis), back (Dor­ sum).

Atlas of Human Anatomy General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System. This atlas w as founded by Johannes Sobotta t, fo rm er Professor of Anatom y and Director o f the Anatomical Institute of the University in Bonn, Germany. The body is divided into head (Caput), neck (Collum), torso (Truncus) w ith chest (Thorax), abdomen (Abdomen), pelvis (Pelvis), back (Dor­ sum), and upper (M em brum superius) and low er (M em brum inferius) extrem ities. The extrem ities divide into the upper arm (Brachium), fore­ arm (Antebrachium), hand (Manus) and upper leg (Femur), low er leg (Crus), foo t (Pes).