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McMinn and Abrahams' Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th Edition delivers the straightforward visual guidance you need to confidently perform all of the dissections required during your medical training Respected authority Prof.
Abrahams and a team of leading anatomists use a vast collection of clinical images to help you master all essential concepts. George's University, Grenada WI.
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Each chapter is clearly set out and very easy t o read, illustrations complementing the text.
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Concise, easily understood and readable; very good value. This is the second edition of a text first published in The overall organisation of the content of the book remains unchanged but the presentation of the contents is considerably improved.
The illustrations appear much clearer than in the previous edition and the use of boxes around the numerical indices t o the photographs enhances the ease with which the text may be used. Both the new photographslline diagrams in the revised text, the increased detail concerning the structures under review and their relative positions within the body, are good.
This is a text which relates well to the living model despite being largely based on dissected parts. It is not a primary text but is certainly a useful adjunct, particularly for students. The availability of a small paperback version of the large hardback book is excellent, both from a financial and a 'portable' point of view.
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