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Clinically Oriented AnatomyClinically Oriented Anatomy
by Keith L. Moore, Arthur F. Dalley 4th edition (April 15, 1999) ISBN: 0683061410

A text for a first-year course, placing emphasis on anatomy important in general practice, diagnostic radiology, emergency medicine, and general surgery. The art program features color illustrations and graphics, with many multipart illustrations combining dissections, line art, and medical images, and with displays at the end of every chapter focusing on diagnostic imaging. This fourth edition offers new artwork, plus classic figures from , and includes additional tables, boxed readings, clinical comments, and case studies. This edition provides expanded coverage of surface anatomy and medical imaging, and includes a new introduction on the nervous system.
Grant's Atlas of Anatomy  Spiral-boundGrant's Atlas of Anatomy Spiral-bound
by Anne M. R. Agur, Arthur F., II Dalley 11th edition (May 30, 2004) ISBN: 0781742552

This 11th edition of a book/CD-ROM anatomy atlas preserves the previous editions' breadth and variety of anatomical images, with color illustrations drawn from actual dissections, schematic drawings, surface anatomy photographs, overview tables, and diagnostic images that help students correlate anatomy knowledge with clinical practice. New surface anatomy images and 100 new color illustrations are included for this edition, and many illustrations are updated with brighter colors. This edition features 250 diagnostic images, included within each chapter and in an overview of sectional imaging at the end of each chapter. The CD-ROM contains 800 images from the text, clips from Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy, and 100 USMLE-style review questions.
Grant's Atlas of AnatomyGrant's Atlas of Anatomy
(Grant, John Charles Boileau//Grant's Atlas of Anatomy) by A. M. R. Agur, J. C. Boileau Grant 11th Bk&Cr edition (May 15, 2004) ISBN: 0781742560

Grant's Atlas of Anatomy continues its tradition of fine artwork based on meticulous observation of the human body. The Eleventh Edition preserves the breadth and variety of anatomical images on which students and faculty have come to rely, including the exquisite full-color illustrations drawn from actual dissections, schematic drawings, surface anatomy photographs, overview tables, and diagnostic images that help students correlate anatomy knowledge with clinical practice. The book is organized by body region, and chapters present anatomy in dissection sequences providing you a clear, accurate roadmap as you proceed through anatomy lab.
Grant's Atlas of Anatomy by Anne M. R. Agur, Ming J., MD Lee 10th Bk&Cr edition (May 1, 2003) ISBN: 078175013X
Grant's Atlas of AnatomyGrant's Atlas of Anatomy
by A. M. R. Agur, Ming J. Lee, J. C. Boileau Grant 10th edition (August 15, 1999) ISBN: 0683302647

Superbly illustrated atlas featuring line drawings traced directly from photographs of cadaver sections. Includes new muscle tables, illustrations, diagnostic imaging sections at the end of each chapter, chapter subtitles, and 'pearls.' For over 50 years, this publication has been the lab partner of students who appreciate fine artwork, realistic presentation, and concise observations. It features regional organization presented in a sequence based on how the reader would perform an actual laboratory dissection. This tenth edition includes increased sizing of many figures, more information on neuroanatomy, and new features such as tables of muscles, and an MRI section at the end of each chapter.
Dynamic Human Anatomy: Electronic Supplement to Grant's Atlas of Anatomy (CD-ROM, Institutional- Multi-Seat Version) (January, 2003) ISBN: 078174251X by Arthur F., II Dalley
Grant's DissectorGrant's Dissector
by Patrick W., Ph.D. Tank 13th Sprl edition (July 30, 2005) ISBN: 0781754844

This new edition offers detailed instructions for performing dissections. It also facilitates the study and review of gross anatomy, preferably in the context of clinical significance. Each of the seven chapters stand alone as independent units, and the format allows the student to quickly cover anatomy point by point, stressing the clinical significance of anatomical structures. Fully illustrated with about 400 color images. Extensive references to five other atlases are presented in convenient columns. Spiral binding.
Grant's DissectorGrant's Dissector by Eberhardt K. Sauerland, J. C. Boileau Grant 12th Spira edition (May 15, 1999) ISBN: 0683307398
This new edition offers detailed instructions for performing dissections. It also facilitates the study and review of gross anatomy, preferably in the context of clinical significance. Each of the seven chapters stand alone as independent units, and the format allows the student to quickly cover anatomy point by point, stressing the clinical significance of anatomical structures. Fully illustrated with about 400 color images. Extensive references to five other atlases are presented in convenient columns. Spiral binding.
Essential Anatomy Dissector: Following Grant's Method Essential Anatomy Dissector: Following Grant's Method
Spiral bound. by John T. Hansen 2nd Sprl edition (July 15, 2002) ISBN: 0781732832

This guide to human dissection follows the learning approach of Grant's Atlas of Anatomy. Instructions are provided in outline form and key concepts are highlighted. Muscle tables and color illustrations are featured throughout, clarifying the instructions and descriptions in the text. This is a concise revision of Sauerland's Grant's Dissector, 11th Edition (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 1994) to address national trends for compression of the time allotted for gross anatomy in the curriculum.
Color Atlas of Anatomy: Color Atlas of Anatomy:
A Photographic Study of the Human Body by Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lutjen-Drecoll 5th edition (March 1, 2002) ISBN: 0781731941

Atlas includes dissections with precise representation of color and structure, schematic drawings in addition to high-quality color dissection photographs, and a didactic organization. New to this edition: new photographs and additional MRI and CT scans, tables and charts, and a section on learning boards to serve as a review tool.
Shearer's Manual of Human DissectionShearer's Manual of Human Dissection Spiral-bound by John Weber 8 edition (March 1, 1999) ISBN: 0071346244
This highly regarded laboratory guide takes a straightforward, body system approach to human dissection with clear line drawing illustrations depicting incision lines and anatomical structure. It shows students where to cut, what to expect, and what scalpel to use to view anatomical structures. Substantially revised, this edition features updated and expanded content tailored to recent curriculum changes in anatomy teaching; the introduction of correlated radiographs to fit current teaching trends; and the use of a second color to highlight key points. Large figures, and a spiral binding that allows the pages to lie flat make the Shearer's Manual easy to handle and use in the anatomy lab.
Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human BodyAnatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body by Carmine D. Clemente 4th edition (January 15, 1997) ISBN: 0683017330
This fourth edition of Clemente's classic Anatomy is revised, expanded, and more user-friendly. The atlas includes 135 new figures as well as several hundred redrawn illustrations from the Sobotta collection distributed among the following parts of the atlas: Pectoral Region and Upper Limb; The Thorax; The Abdomen; The Pelvis and Perineum; The Lower Limb; The Back, Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord; and The Head and Neck. New indices of sequential figures for each section serve as excellent study guides to every region of the body. The notes have been revised and new leader lines added to the figures. The entire layout of the atlas is focused toward quick retrieval of information required by the student or professional. Plus, Clemente has added valuable muscle charts to make this an indispensable learning resource for students of medicine, dentistry, and the allied health fields.
Clemente's DissectorClemente's Dissector: A Brief Text and Guides to Individual Dissections in Human Anatomy (Applicable for Most Curricula) Spiral edition (January 15, 2002) ISBN: 0781732905
by Carmine D., Ph.D. Clemente Dissection manual organizes discrete areas of the body into stand-alone chapters, allowing instructors to adapt material to their preferred sequence of dissection. Includes comprehensive explanations, a correlation of surface anatomy with anatomical structures, and their clinical relevance. Cross-reference to major texts. Wire-spiral bound.
Atlas of Human Anatomy, Third EditionAtlas of Human Anatomy, Third Edition by Frank H. Netter, John T. Hansen 3rd edition (December 1, 2002) ISBN: 1929007116
Now in its second edition, this is undoubtedly the best single-volume medical atlas available today, the only better resource being Netter's classic eight-volume set, published in 13 physical volumes over 33 years starting in 1959 and originally called CIBA Collection of Medical Illustrations after the publisher. (The name was changed to Netter's Collection of Medical Illustrations by the new publisher, Novartis.) Once again, Netter's masterly artwork has been faithfully reproduced, though the first edition (LJ 12/89) has been updated to reflect current anatomical knowledge and to incorporate new cross-sectional images to assist in the recognition of current "scanned" images.
Atlas of Human Anatomy with CD-ROM by Frank H. Netter 3rd Bk&Cdr edition (April, 2003) ISBN: 1929007213
Atlas/CD-ROM contains hand-drawn illustrations by the late Frank H. Netter. Includes pin-point illustration labeling, surface anatomy plates, and normal radiographic images showing the importance in clinical anatomy and medicine.
Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy (CD-ROM)Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy (CD-ROM) by Frank H. Netter Ciba Pharmaceutical Co (March, 1998) ISBN: 0914168835
This interactive multimedia study tool is comprised of Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, Third Edition and a NEW special edition of Netter's Interactive Anatomy CD v3.0, which includes: -965 Netter illustrations and images -Audio pronunciations of every label, image title and image subtitle -A handy movable magnifying window giving users a detailed close-up of any anatomy plate - up to 2x magnification -A multi-level search tool and printing capability for both gray-scale and color Windows and Mac compatible!
Dissector for Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy Vols. I-II: Dissections - Discussions, Set by Frank H. Netter, Sharon Oberg (October, 1998) ISBN: 0914168207
"Organized around the regions of the body, this unique 2-volume learning system gives clear, easy-to-read directions that are not buried in the accompanying text."
Musculoskeletal System: Anatomy, Physiology, Metabolic Disorders Musculoskeletal System: Anatomy, Physiology, Metabolic Disorders (Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations, Volume 8, Part 1) ICON Learning Systems (October 1, 1999) ISBN: 0914168886
by Frank H. Netter The most critically acclaimed of all of Dr. Frank H. Netter’s works, this 3-book set from The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations, the 8-volume/13-book reference collection includes: Thousands of world-renowned illustrations by Frank H. Netter, MD Informative text by recognized medical experts Anatomy, physiology, and pathology Diagnostic and surgical procedures
Nervous System, Part 1: Anatomy and Physiology (Ciba Collection of Medical Illustrations, Volume 1) by Frank Henry Netter (June 1, 1986) ISBN: 091416810X
Exploring the Spine: A 3D Overview of Anatomy and Pathology CD ROMExploring the Spine
by Anatomical Charts CD-Rom edition (February 1, 2004) ISBN: 1904369359

Exploring the Spine: A 3D Overview of Anatomy and Pathology CD ROM We have partnered with one of the most innovative companies currently working in the field of 3D graphics and medical imaging to create this new CD-ROM. This is the perfect learning tool for patients and anyone who wants to learn about the basic anatomy, diseases, and disorders of the spine.
Interactive Spine (CD-ROM for Windows and Macintosh) CD-Rom editionInteractive Spine (CD-ROM for Windows and Macintosh) CD-Rom edition (September 15, 2001) ISBN: 190247032X
CD-ROM, in cardboard folder, features a 3D computer graphic model of the human spine. Shows all individual anatomical features in detail, high resolution, and in three dimensions. User can correlate views of the model with multi-planar MRI.
Interactive Spine Chiropractic Edition on CD-ROM for Macintosh and Windows
CD-ROM, in cardboard folder, includes a fully detailed model of the entire vertebral column and spinal cord, labeled dissection photos, and much more. CD-Rom edition (November 1, 2001) ISBN: 1902470699
Primal 3d Interactive Series: Foot & Ankle Head & Neck, Shoulder, Knee 1.1, Hand, Spine, Hip
CD-Rom edition (February 1, 2003) ISBN: 1904369227
The Clinical Anatomy and Management of Thoracic Spine PainThe Clinical Anatomy and Management of Thoracic Spine Pain by L. G. F. Giles (Editor), K. P. Singer (Editor), Lynton Giles, Kevin P. Singer 1st edition (March 15, 2000) ISBN: 0750647892
Highlights the value of a team approach to thoracic spine pain and treatment methods. Contemporary contributions from anatomy, pathology, chiropractic, osteopathy, and physical therapy are presented to describe a common approach to mechanical treatment which may be provided by chiropractic, osteopathy, and physical therapy practitioners.
Clinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine and SacrumClinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine and Sacrum by Nikolai Bogduk 3rd edition (January 15, 1997) ISBN: 0443060142
Text on the assessment and management of lower back pain, now including coverage of the sacroiliac joint. For students and practitioners. Softcover. Title of second edition: Clinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine (c1991). Illustrated with line drawings.
Basic & Clinical Anatomy Of The SpineBasic & Clinical Anatomy Of The Spine by Gregory D., PhD Cramer, Susan A., PhD Darby (May 31, 2005) ISBN: 0323026494
This one-of-a-kind text describes the specific anatomy and neuromusculoskeletal relationships of the human spine, with special emphasis on structures affected by manual spinal techniques. A comprehensive review of the literature explores current research of spinal anatomy and neuroanatomy, bringing practical applications to basic science. * A full chapter on surface anatomy includes tables for identifying vertebral levels of deeper anatomic structures, designed to assist with physical diagnosis and treatment of pathologies of the spine, as well as evaluation of MRI and CT scans. * High-quality, full-color illustrations show fine anatomic detail. * Red lines in the margins draw attention to items of clinical relevance, clearly relating anatomy to clinical care. * Spinal dissection photographs, as well as MRIs and CTs, reinforce important anatomy concepts in a clinical context.
Functional Anatomy of the SpineFunctional Anatomy of the Spine by Jean Oliver, Alison Middleditch 1st edition (January 15, 1991) ISBN: 0750600527
Text provides physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and other practitioners who treat spinal dysfunction with the background knowledge they require before they can safely and accurately treat patients with musculoskeletal disorders of the spine.
Clinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine and Sacrum
by Nikolai Bogduk 3rd edition (January 15, 1997) ISBN: 0443060142

Text on the assessment and management of lower back pain, now including coverage of the sacroiliac joint. For students and practitioners. Softcover.
Barr's the Human Nervous System: An Anatomical Viewpoint Barr's the Human Nervous System: An Anatomical Viewpoint (Periodicals) by John A. Kiernan 7th Bk&Dk edition (May 1, 1998) ISBN: 0397584318
A book/disk reference on applied neuroscience for students in medicine and the allied health sciences. Contains sections on fundamentals and neurohistology, regional anatomy of the central nervous system, a review of the major systems, and blood supply and the meninges. This seventh edition includes a disk containing interactive tutorials, some 400 self-test questions, a glossary, clinical problems, and hypertext links to all chapter summaries with cross-links to other programs. This edition also features larger b&w photos and improved b&w diagrams, and incorporates material on recent advances in the knowledge of functional localization in the human brain.
The Human Brain: An Introduction to Its Functional AnatomyThe Human Brain: An Introduction to Its Functional Anatomy by John, Ph.D. Nolte 5th edition (January 15, 2002) ISBN: 0323013201
Introductory textbook for medical students. Describes the structure and function of the brain and nervous system. Full-color illustrations portray processes and brain activity. Now with full color throughout, "The Human Brain" is even more useful in studying the anatomy and physiology of the brain and spinal cord. The fourth edition greatly expands coverage of neurophysiology, while stressing major concepts and structure-function relationships without extraneous detail.
McMinn's Color Atlas of Head and Neck AnatomyMcMinn's Color Atlas of Head and Neck Anatomy by Bari M. Logan, Ralph T. Hutchings, Patricia A. Reynolds 3rd edition (December 16, 2003) ISBN: 0723431965
This popular resource uses a unique, oversized format to clearly and thoroughly demonstrate the anatomy of the head and neck. Outstanding dissections and illustrations, osteology, radiography, and surface anatomy photographs capture the full range of anatomical structures. Brief textual explanations accompany every figure, facilitating understanding and study. This 3rd Edition features many new and improved images as well as updates to reflect the latest terminology.
Skeletal and Developmental Anatomy for Students of ChiropracticSkeletal and Developmental Anatomy for Students of Chiropractic by Robert A. Walker (Editor), C. Owen Lovejoy, M. Elizabeth Bedford, William Yee Publisher: F. A. Davis Company; 1st edition (February 15, 2001) ISBN: 0803607660
This textbook explores the structure and development of human bones and the ligaments that connect them, with special attention paid to the spine. The authors, three of whom are with the New York chiropractic college, describe the anatomy and growth of the skeletal system, the osteology and articulations of the vertebral column, the ribs and sternum, the appendicular skeleton, and the cranium.
Trail Guide to the Body : How to Locate Muscles, Bones & More!Trail Guide to the Body : How to Locate Muscles, Bones & More! by Andrew R. Biel, Robin Dorn (Illustrator) 2nd Rev edition (January 1, 2001) ISBN: 0965853411
This text provides a full guide to the palpation of anatomical structures and landmarks in the human body. It is organized by body region. Each section contains basic information concerning the shape of bone and the location of muscles. Illustrations help demonstrate how each palpation is performed. The purpose is to demonstrate how to manually locate and palpate the structures of the human body. It is mainly directed at students involved in massage therapy, but may be of use to practitioners involved in body therapy or manual therapy, such as chiropractors or physical therapists. It has hundreds of illustrations that demonstrate concepts and specific procedures. A glossary of terms is provided. This text will be of greatest interest to students. Its great strength is its completeness and thoroughness; it misses nothing in its coverage of how to palpate the body. The illustrations offer good didactic value.

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