This handy pocketbook is based on the successful second edition of Human Sectional Anatomy: Atlas of Body Sections, CT and MRI Images. Matching superb full-colour body sections with corresponding CT scans and explanatory diagrams it provides a portable and succinct guide to the whole body in section form.
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Harold Ellis is at The Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Biomedical Sciences, London. Bari M. Logan and Adrian K. Dixon are both at the University of Cambridge.Review:
An atlas that is both instructive and relevant to the practice of modern medicine. Keenly priced. It will also prove extremely useful for medical students and for those doctors in the surgical and medical subspecialities for which an ever increasing knowledge of radiological anatomy is required.
Journal of Anatomy (for the Atlas of Body Sections
The quality of the illustrations is excellent, the legends complete and well presented. The price is fair for a book including a very high number of full-colour illustrations. This atlas can be recommended unreservedly, to both medical students and young clinicians, in particular radiologists wishing to learn human sectional anatomy.
A mine of clearly demonstrated anatomical detail. The interfacing of anatomical specimens with corresponding CT and MR images will facilitate understanding and remembrance of structures. As well as being comprehensive, this is an extremely compact book.
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Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. New. Bookseller Inventory # A8770