Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy by B. Ganananda Nanayakkara

By B. Ganananda Nanayakkara

Color Atlas of Human Anatomy - Head and Neck is designed to supply an realizing of the human head and neck sector for undergraduate and put up graduate scholars in drugs and Allied healthiness Sciences. it's a sensible advisor within the dissection theater to spread the location and family of the constructions of the top and neck. regardless of many Anatomical Atlases at the moment on hand, there looked to be a necessity for an Atlas which compliments the Cunnighams handbook of functional Anatomy, that is extensively authorized around the world as a regular anatomy textual content. This Atlas used to be conceived with the purpose of gratifying that want. color Atlas of Human Anatomy - Head and Neck follows the Cunninghams handbook of sensible Anatomy (Volume 3). It contains sequential photos taken at numerous levels of dissection of the pinnacle and neck sector. for this reason the images enable aspect by way of facet comparability with anatomical constructions encountered throughout the dissections. during this means, we are hoping to bridge the distance among description of the textual content e-book and what scholars see within the cadavers. All images are thoroughly categorised for the convenience of scholars comprehension and id of salient anatomical good points on dissected specimens. Specimens are categorized allowing scholars to hold out self-testing in their wisdom.

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