Detailed enough for use as an atlas and concise enough for efficient review, Human Gross Anatomy provides concentrated coverage of anatomy that promotes learning rather than rote memorization. Clear, high quality cadaveric photographs and explanatory diagrams are presented side by side with bulleted explanations to help students develop a true understanding of anatomical structures. Addressing current curriculum trends with a systemic approach--while maintaining the regional approach used in dissection labs--this practical, user-friendly text highlights important muscle information through "Action Boxes" and uses color-coded labels for origin, insertion, and innervation. Human Gross Anatomy is ideal for anatomy students in medical, osteopathic, dental, physical therapy, chiropractic, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner programs.* Atlas images combine with bulleted text to promote learning versus rote memorization* High quality cadaveric photographs show dissections that students can achieve, supporting visual understanding* Systems approach presented within each regional chapter to align with a range of curricula* Muscle information highlighted in "action boxes" with color coding for origin, insertion, innervation* Helpful Notes and Clinical Notes put images in context* Extensive osteology coverage enhances student understanding of this subdiscipline* Available with interactive eBook at no additional cost

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Author(s)Anthony B Olinger
PublisherWolters Kluwer | Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Publish YearJanuary 2015