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Atlas of Human Anatomy: Including Student Consult - 7th Edition 

(Netter Basic Science)

Atlas of Human Anatomy: Including Student Consult - Netter - 7th edition - Netter Basic Science
   Author(s): Frank H. Netter  
                                    Publisher: Elsevier India, Year: 2018                                           
 Description: The only anatomy atlas illustrated by physicians, Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th edition, brings you world-renowned, exquisitely clear views of the human body with a clinical perspective. In addition to the famous work of Dr Frank Netter, you’ll also find nearly 100 paintings by Dr Carlos A. G. Machado, one of today’s foremost medical illustrators. Together, these two uniquely talented physician-artists highlight the most clinically relevant views of the human body. In addition, more than 50 carefully selected radiologic images help bridge illustrated anatomy to living anatomy as seen in everyday practice.
  • Region-by-region coverage, including Muscle Table appendices at the end of each section.
  • Large, clear illustrations with comprehensive labels not only of major structures but also of those with important relationships.
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Book Review:

The birth of Netter's atlas was in 1989, when Elsevier Saunders published the first edition. This has been revised several times to match the needs of anatomy fans, starting with the new version published in 2014, the present 6th revision, which is being translated into 16 languages.

'Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy' is divided into seven sections, each covering a specific part of the body:

Part 1-Head and Collar
Section 2-Spinal and back cord
Part 3-Thorax
Part 4 — Tummy
Section 5-Perineum and Pelvis
Section 6-Upper extremity
Section 7-Lower extremity
Netter 's Human Anatomy Atlas-Contents
Atlas of Human Anatomy by Netter: Contents

In addition, each segment is conceptually structured according to the format below:

Anatomy of topography and surface area
Bones and chains
Organs and/or organs
Veins and lungs
Radiological pictures
Muscle overview tables
As you can see, there are two ways you can navigate this atlas and they both make sense. You can either switch back and forth from the web page, or, like all reputable anatomy geeks, read it from the cover to cover it like a book (if you're one of them, join the club;-)).

If you open the atlas of Netter, you can immediately see the things that so many generations of health science students adore: colorful, informative, and clearly labelled illustrations, along with the signature of Netter and pages called 'plates.' Only name the last two the 'Netter personal touch' because they're exclusive to his atlas. Furthermore, the plates are not stand-alone, but are connected together through suggested 'See also' boxes, which urge you to try out a separate but similar plate to complete your understanding.

Which models do they have on the market? 'Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy 6th edition' typically retails for around $60 to $75 for the paperback version, if it is brand new, and for the eBook version between $31 and $70 (discounts are often offered for a short amount of time). Based on the computer the latter can be found in different formats and can be viewed online and offline.

'Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy Latest Edition' also includes resources for e-learning, such as 'Student Consulting.' It is a collection of bonus anatomy boards, research guides, dissection images, 3D models, and quizzes (labelling and MCQs), which work in tandem to make the studying as much as possible easier.

Drawings-You'll crush any confusions and misunderstandings vibrantly drawn, full of information and clearly labelled. It would be a breeze to trace every single nerve that makes up the cardiac plexus and innervate the heart!

'See also' boxes-Maybe the last thing you want to know after a long time looking at an anatomy drawing, but they can support you. Anatomy is about multiple experiences and connecting the dots and it is important to consider the bigger picture.
Summary muscle tables-You can almost hear every student jumping with joy at anatomy! It is already gruesome to learn the origins, insertions, vascularization, innervation and actions of every muscle in the body (you have 320 pairs, by the way), so seeing all that information distilled into a table is a blessing. Those tables are really the illusion of an anatomy undergraduate!
Cross-sections and radiological photos-There are many more insights to help you understand! Not to mention the therapeutic touch which X-rays, MRIs and CT scans include.
Student Consult-Who does n't want to test your understanding with even more anatomy plates, dissection videos and quizzes?
Different formats — Paperback — print, web — offline, smartphone — phone — desktop, pdf — mobi, there are various options and ready to suit your needs!
The Atlas of Human Anatomy by Netter-Undergraduate Research
Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy: Consult with Students

You should note that not everyone glitters is diamond. 'Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy Latest Edition' still has several disadvantages which you should consider:

Price-When it 's brand new, get your hands on it will burn a 60 to 75 USD hole in your pocket, and that's only for the paperback edition. Portability also comes with a tag, putting you back up to USD 150 if you do want the eBook. Netter 's anatomy atlas comes with a high price tag compared with other atlases and items.
Connection to tools - While the 'Student Check' functionality is useful, only after you buy the book itself can you use it, and you are back to square one.
Small tools — Although the atlas offers cross-sectional views and radiological images, little and far between are available. At the end of each segment, there are just a handful, and some are scattered all over. The emphasis is strongly put on the frontal and sagittal planes, with little in the way of the transverse. The extra plates given by the "College Review" are also limited in amount and let's not forget-it 's an atlas, and there's no problem of more details beyond the names. All those aspects require you to use extra resources and books, which guess what? That's right-results in even more money being wasted on you.
Large, dense and heavy-The majority of anatomy students purchase the paperback edition while an eBook option is available, so it is the most popular alternative. Unfortunately, this bad boy is 640 pages long, weighs about 2 kgs, and is A4 in size. You would definitely not want to carry this with you every day ...
Labels-You've learned more than certainly that in fact so much of a positive idea can be evil. Although it can be extremely tedious and confusing to see the whole image in one go. Imagine an diagram of the axillary artery, for example:

This seems awkward, doesn't it? Not to mention how long it takes, first, to locate the artery.

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