Hand Atlas of Human Anatomy
by Werner Spalteholz
Publisher: G. E. Stechert 1900
Number of pages: 254
The main object of studying anatomy is to obtain a mental image of the human body rather than to memorize numerous terms. Pictures of dissections, true to nature, aid the imagination of the student enormously and thus guide his work from the known to the unknown.
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