This is the best atlas of human anatomy there is. Every other anatomy atlas I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen dozens) pales in comparison.
All 200 dissections were painted by one doctor, and each is a marvel of clarity. Not only does Dr. Frank Netter know his body, he can really paint. Designed for medical students, the illustrations are so understandable that they work for layfolk. Infinitely complex relations between body parts revealed! The book is a major medical education in itself, commonly used by athletes and physical therapists. No aspect of the human body is ignored. Whatever is ailing you, this illumination will make it a bit more sensical. I consider it an indispensable wellness aid for every home.
Atlas of Human Anatomy
by Frank H. Netter, MD
2014, 640 pages, 8.6 x 11.1 x 1.3 inches (paperback)
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