Netter's Clinical Anatomy, Volume 249
John T. Hansen, Frank Henry Netter, David R. Lambert (MD.)
Icon Learning Systems, 2005 - Medical - 668 pages
This handbook makes it easy to acquire a rich understanding of complex clinical anatomical concepts. Essential depictions of normal anatomy and embryology are paired with focused descriptions of a broad spectrum of corresponding clinical conditions commonly encountered across multiple medical specialties.
Clinical and anatomical tables, bulleted points, and short-answer questions facilitate quick review and ready reference.
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Review: Netter's Clinical Anatomy (Netter Basic Science)User Review - Marla Shu - Goodreads
Great reference for in the anatomy lab. I loved the tables with the muscles, innervations, and actions. The only thing is the pictures are a bit small so you might need the original Netter's for more detail. Read full review
Review: Netter's Clinical Anatomy (Netter Basic Science)User Review - Sebastien - Goodreads
I like that it's a specific resource for clinical reasons, and love Netter's arts :) May be 5-star, but I don't have other resources on the same subject, so can't really say. Read full review