Atlas of Human Anatomy: with Student Consult Access, 5e (Netter Basic Science)Author:
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Pub Date: 2010
Frank H. Netter MD is the author of Atlas of Human Anatomy: with Student Consult Access, 5e (Netter Basic Science), published 2010 under ISBN 9781416059516 and 1416059512. Three hundred seventy seven Atlas of Human Anatomy: with Student Consult Access, 5e (Netter Basic Science) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, forty six used from the cheapest price of $39.97, or buy new starting at $123.71. [read more]
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This book contains the complete anatomy of the human body and the details where superb. The labeling of the specific anatomies was very well marked.read more
This book was very informative and I learned about all the planets and stars in our solar sytem.
The book was perfect. This book helped me be prepared for many tests as far as anatomy and disease.read more
Some of the more in depth anatomy was hard to understand.
The graphics and labels are very helpful while studying Anatomy with this book. After taking the class with a human cadaver, I was able to correctly identify each nerve, vein, muscle, etc in the body because the pictures in the book are so detailed. I would definitely recommend it!read more
The entire book was very helpful to me, I didn't have any problems with it and would recommend this atlas to anyone.
By providing clear photos. I was able to learn and understand what was being taught in the lecture and the lab for my courses in graduate school. I was able to receive very good grades.read more
The anatomical structures for the various portions of the body such as the lower limb and upper limb. Reproductive organs, muscles, bones nerves were all very clear and concise within the book.
Atlas of Anatomy. Helped me during my Anatomy lab but chose to go with another atlas that was broken down better. This atlas definitely covers a lot of material thoughread more
Should be separated by system instead of body parts as most Anatomy classes are taught by systems
I actually liked this book very much. It was really helpful when it came to my lab and I wouldn't change anything about it.read more
The pictures helped a lot. Sometimes its very hard in lab to locate all the bones in the exact places and this textbook did a great job of locating them in 2d.
the different parts of the body structure like veins, arteries, nerves, bones, organs.read more
the detailed pictures showed things fairly well and everything was labeled.
Pub Date: 2010