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Publication Date: 1989
Chase, Robert A.
The Bassett Atlas of Human Anatomy preserves the meticulous work of the late David L. Bassett, M.D., of Stanford University, who spent a lifetime carrying out human dissections for use in teaching. With preface and figure legends by Dr. Chase, these 86 photographs, along with the accompanying line drawings, offer the next best thing to actual observation. It is an excellent reference for anatomy students in the lab, particularly valuable to students who do not have access to cadavers. This atlas is an inexpensive alternative to the vast and costly collections.Chase, Robert A. is the author of 'Bassett Atlas of Human Anatomy', published 1989 under ISBN 9780805301182 and ISBN 0805301186.
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