Atlas of Anatomy Latin Nomenclature

Atlas of Anatomy Latin Nomenclature

672 pages
Publisher: Thieme; 1st edition edition (January 2, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1604060999
ISBN-13: 978-1604060997

More than 2,000 exquisite illustrations that strike the right balance between detail and clarity…Interestingly, the authors present each body region from deep to superficial…numerous tables filled with concise but useful information and the clinical boxes that provide relevant medical conditions directly related to the anatomy just exposed…includes access to the online study aid that includes additional illustrations, quizzing, and diagnostic scans.–American Association of Anatomists NewsletterI could not put [the book] down; the magnificient illustrations were a pleasure to look at, and the Latin nomenclatures were a pleasure to read…Congratulat[ions to] Thieme for such an excellent enterprise.–Antonio F. Govoni, MD[Four stars] [The authors] are well known and respected authorities…the drawings are fresh…excellent, three-dimensional views…an excellent atlas…printing and presentation of the book are of the high quality typical of this publisher.–Doody’s Book Reviews

Atlas of Anatomy with Latin Nomenclature contains everything you need to successfully tackle the daunting challenges of anatomy.

The text of the book is in English while all labels and anatomical terms appear on Latin. The exquisite, full-color illustrations by award-winning artists Markus Voll and Karl Wesker lead you step-by-step through each region of the body. Each region opens with the foundational skeletal framework. The subsequent chapters build upon this foundation, adding the muscles, then organs, then nerves, then vessels and finally presenting topographic anatomy for a comprehensive view. Each unit closes with surface anatomy accompanied by questions that ask you to apply knowledge learned for the real-life physical examination of patients.

2,200 full-color illustrations of unsurpassed quality and clinical images demonstrating important concepts
Latin nomenclature according to the internationally accepted Terminologia Anatomica
Brief introductory texts that provide an accessible entry point when a new topic is presented
Fact pages that organize the essentials of isolated structures, such as muscles, covering all the information that you are required to memorize or need to reference, including insertion, origin, and innervation
Clinical content that appears in easy-to-reference boxes and is concisely summarized in tables
Navigators that orient you with location and plane of dissection
A scratch-off code provides access to PLUS, an interactive online study aid, featuring over 600 full-color anatomy illustrations and radiographs, labels-on, labels-off functionality, and timed self-tests
This atlas provides everything you need in just the right format so that you can master human anatomy without stress.

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