Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation
by Ronald A. Bergman, Adel K. Afifi, Ryosuke Miyauchi
Publisher: Anatomy Atlases 2006
Anatomic variations arise from our genetic composition, no two living organisms are functionally or structurally identical. The authors describe "normal" things, although they may differ from the usual. Useful for quick reference.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Roberta Hall, et al. - ScholarWorks@GVSU
This text was designed for use in the human osteology laboratory classroom. Bones are described to aid in identification of skeletonized remains. Basic techniques for siding, aging, sexing, and stature estimation are described.
by Maaike Bleeker - Amsterdam University Press
Anatomy Live turns our modern notions of the dissecting table on its head -using anatomical theatre as a means of obtaining a fresh perspective on representations of the body, conceptions of subjectivity and own knowledge about science and the stage.
by Ronald A. Bergman, Adel K. Afifi, Paul M. Heidger - W B Saunders Co
This atlas was prepared with the student as the foremost consideration. The Atlas' function is classroom-oriented, it supplements textbooks heavily weighted towards electron microscopy, it provides concise structural/functional correlations.
by Richard H. Whitehead - F. A. Davis company
The author's aim was to furnish medical students with a clear, accurate, and concise account of the anatomy of the brain, to be used as a guide. He decided to omit minor details, and to exclude subjects which are still matters of controversy.