[BOOKS] ✮ Atlas of Human Anatomy ✸ Frank H. Netter – Thomashillier.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Atlas of Human Anatomy

  1. says:

    This book s an art Every picture is drawn by the author It s a must have if you re going to study anatomy.

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    If you are in the medical field this book is basically your bible At some point in your career this book will either be your doom or your salvation In other words a very accurate description of the real bible.

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    I love this book I really do holds it close to her hart It made my dreams come true Well..it did not I actually hated it when I had to learn the basics of Anatomy in my first year of medicine.It was as much fun as that plastic brain I had On my desk not as my regular brain substitution, mind you Any way, even thou at the time I had a nausea attack as soon as I saw it, I now praise it PRAISE THE LORD,HALLELUJAH,I VE BEEN SAVED And I was It s a good book to consult...

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    Netterer s sort of a douche can t help signing his name to every page and spelling it out in acrostics and reminding you of his many degrees I think in his author photo he s wearing a tshirt printed with his CV but his work is fantastic his drawings capture the real appearance of the meat so that if when you look at an actual body, you can identify its parts without much trouble As importantly, he thinks carefully about point o...

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    As a medical illustrator, this is one of unrealistic and highly inaccurate atlases out there Although most in the medical profession see it as their bible, there are much better anatomy books out there D...

  6. says:

    Excellent book If you want to know what your body looks like from inside, this is the book to have Helps you understand visually the inner workings of your body.

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    Picked this up for my daughter age 5 , who s going through an obsession with anatomy phase.I m not in the medical fields myself, so I can t evaluate this the way that a physician or anatomist would But from an outsider s perspective, I can definitely appreciate it as a work of scholarship and of art I suspect it s a classic for good reason Beautifully detailed and thorough illustrations Gives me a lot better understanding of the body And, importantly, gives us something to show our daughter, every time she asks, How does the heart work or What s inside the neck or How do toes work or Where does the baby grow She s fascinated, which is neat to watch Though, apparently, the brain squicks her Go figure I suspect that it will continue to offer fertile grounds for exploration for years to come.My one gripe is that all the illustra...

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Atlas of Human Anatomy Netter, Atlas De Anatomia Humana E Uma Das Principais Obras Do Renomado Medico E Artista Frank H Netter, E O Principal Atlas De Referencia Para O Estudo Da Anatomia Do Corpo Humano Em Todo O Mundo As Classicas E Extraordinarias Ilustracoes Detalhadas Do Dr Netter Desmistificam Este Assunto As Vezes Intimidante Para Os Estudantes, Apresentando Uma Linguagem Visual Para Entender A Anatomia E Como Esta Se Aplica A Medicina Esta 5 Edicao Contem Um Forte Foco Clinico Como Jamais Houve, Com Muitos Exemplos Novos Diagnosticos Por Imagem, Ilustracoes Clinicas Adicionais E Guias Online Que Tornam Facil Correlacionar A Anatomia Com A Pratica Tambem Traz Juntamente Com O Livro Impresso, O Codigo De Acesso Gratuito A Uma Serie De Valiosos E Exclusivos Conteudos Interativos Extras No Student Consult Para Auxilia Lo Em Seu Estudo E Maximizar A Compreensao Para A Sua Pratica.

  • ebook
  • 624 pages
  • Atlas of Human Anatomy
  • Frank H. Netter
  • 15 December 2018
  • 9788535254884

About the Author: Frank H. Netter

Frank H Netter 25 April 1906 17 September 1991 was an artist, physician, and most notably, a leading medical illustrator He was also a Fellow of The New York Academy of Medicine.Frank Henry Netter was born in Manhattan at 53rd Street and Seventh Avenue, and grew up wanting to be an artist In high school, he obtained a scholarship to study at the National Academy of Design, doing so at night w