by Gwilym G. Davis
Publisher: J.B. Lippincott Company 1916
Number of pages: 658
It is not the object of this work to teach plain anatomical facts; its aim is to show the relation of structure to function, whether it is normal function or function disturbed or impaired by injury or disease. It is explanatory and utilitarian in character, and not encyclopedic.
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by David Hayes Agnew - J. B. Lippincott & Co.
The work has been prepared with a single eye to the faithful economy of the Student's time. The minute anatomy of parts and the smaller ramifications of the nervous and vascular systems were omitted, belonging more properly to systematic treatises.
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.
by Carl Ernest Bock - Anatomy Atlases
This atlas is translated from the original atlas entitled Handbuch der Anatomie des Menschen which was published in 1841 in Leipzig, Germany. The author of this atlas was Professor Dr. Carl Ernest Bock, who lived from 1809 - 1874.
by Ronald A. Bergman, Adel K. Afifi, Ryosuke Miyauchi - Anatomy Atlases
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.