Thursday, October 29, 2009

Grants Atlas of Anatomy (12th Edition)

Grant's Atlas of Anatomy (12th Edition) | PDF | 1627 Pages | 2008 | 47.56 MB

Since 1943, students have made Grant's the centerpiece of their anatomy lab experience. Now in its Twelveth Edition, this classic atlas continues to provide students with accurate anatomical images presented in a pedagogically effective, clinically relevant manner. This new edition has been revised to include 100 additional four-color illustrations, additional orientation drawings, and updated terminology.

A cornerstone of gross anatomy since 1943, Grant's Atlas of Anatomy continues to reach students worldwide with its realistic illustrations, surface anatomy photos, clinical images, and muscle tables. Known for its accuracy, pedagogy, and clinical relevance, the new edition of this classic anatomy atlas features updated artwork, more lifelike skin tones, vibrantly re-colored illustrations, and a more consistent art style. Clinical integration has been greatly enhanced in this edition, with clinical material clearly highlighted for easy identification. In addition, the organization within each chapter has been updated to provide a clearer and more consistent approach. A companion Website offers student and instructor versions of Grant's Interactive Atlas, including images from the book, video clips from Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy, USMLE-style questions, image-based drag-and-drop questions, and electronic flash cards from Gould's Clinical Anatomy Flash Cards. Also available is an interactive atlas for faculty, which contains all of the images, select Acland clips, presentations of dissection sequences, an expanded table of contents, and more! Medical and health professions students as well as faculty and practitioners continue to rely on Grant's Atlas for its accuracy and comprehensiveness. They're going to love what this new edition has to offer! "Compared to other atlases on the market, I find the contents and the images of this book significantly better mainly because of the life-like images and also the accompanying brief descriptions...which help keep the interest level going strong." 3rd year student.


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