The Scientific Bases of Human Anatomy

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by Charles Oxnard

As medical schools struggle to fit ever more material into a fixed amount of time, students need to approach the study of anatomy through a succinct, integrative overview. Rather than setting forth an overwhelming list of facts to be memorized, this book engages readers with a fascinating account of the connections between human anatomy and a wide array of scientific disciplines, weaving in the latest advances in developmental and evolutionary biology, comparative morphology, and biological engineering. Logically organized around a few key concepts, The Scientific Bases of Human Anatomy presents them in a clear, memorable prose, concise tabular material, and a host of striking photographs and original diagrams. Offers a logical organization around for key concepts. Promotes a true understanding of the importance for human anatomy of a wide array of biomedical, biological and anthropological disciplines. Incorporates tabular material summarizing important information. Exquisitely and expansively illustrated with original photographs and diagrams.

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ISBN-13: 9780471235996
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 08/03/2015
Series: Advances in Human Biology Series, #4
Pages: 328

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