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Atlas of Human Anatomy (AKA: Atlas d’anatomie humaine) can be regarded as the world’s most complete atlas of anatomy with unsurpassed depictions of the human body. It was specially written for medical students, primarily edited by professor Frank H. Netter from France. By comparison, you will find that it is more detailed than any other similar books.

The entire book is divided into 8 big parts: Head and Neck, Back and Spinal Cord, Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum, Upper Limb, Lower Limb and References. The abundant and precise information in Atlas of Human Anatomy experienced a large number of data collection, comparison and collation, finally they were left to Mr. Netter and his medical students to sort out together. As a consequence, we do have reason to believe that this book can help people better understand the anatomy.

In brief, Atlas of Human Anatomy enables you to better understand how the body works from a perspective of clinician. For example, by visualizing the locations of each structure, we can learn the anatomy like a child’s play.

// Table Of Contents //

  • Section 1 Head and Neck
    • Topographic Anatomy 1
    • Superficial Head and Neck 2 – 3
    • Bones and Ligaments 4 – 23
    • Superficial Face 24 – 25
    • Neck 26 – 34
    • Nasal Region 35 – 50
    • Oral Region 51 – 62
    • Pharynx 63 – 73
    • Thyroid Gland and Larynx 74 – 80
    • Orbit and Contents 81 – 91
    • Ear 92 – 98
    • Meninges and Brain 99 – 114
    • Cranial and Cervical Nerves 115 – 134
    • Cerebral Vasculature 135 – 146
    • Regional Scans 147 – 148
  • Section 2 Back and Spinal Cord
    • Topographic Anatomy 149
    • Bones and Ligaments 150 – 156
    • Spinal Cord 157 – 167
    • Muscles and Nerves 168 – 172
    • Cross-Sectional Anatomy 173 – 174
  • Section 3 Thorax
    • Topographic Anatomy 175
    • Mammary Gland 176 – 178
      Body Wall 179 – 189
    • Lungs 190 – 204
    • Heart 205 – 223
    • Mediastinum 224 – 234
    • Regional Scans 235
    • Cross-Sectional Anatomy 236 – 239
  • Section 4 Abdomen
    • Topographic Anatomy 240
    • Body Wall 241 – 260
    • Peritoneal Cavity 261 – 266
    • Viscera (Gut) 267 – 276
    • Viscera (Accessory Organs) 277 – 282
    • Visceral Vasculature 283 – 296
    • Innervation 297 – 307
    • Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands 308 – 322
    • Cross-Sectional Anatomy 323 – 330
  • Section 5 Pelvis and Perineum
    • Topographic Anatomy 331
    • Bones and Ligaments 332 – 336
    • Pelvic Floor and Contents 337 – 347
    • Urinary Bladder 348 – 351
    • Uterus, Vagina, and Supporting Structures 352 – 355
    • Perineum and External Genitalia: Female 356 – 359
    • Perineum and External Genitalia: Male 360 – 367
    • Homologues of Genitalia 368 – 369
    • Testis, Epididymis, and Ductus Deferens 370
    • Rectum 371 – 376
    • Regional Scans 377
    • Vasculature 378 – 388
    • Innervation 389 – 397
    • Cross-Sectional Anatomy 398 – 399
  • Section 6 Upper Limb
    • Topographic Anatomy 400
    • Cutaneous Anatomy 401 – 405
    • Shoulder and Axilla 406 – 418
    • Arm 419 – 423
    • Elbow and Forearm 424 – 439
    • Wrist and Hand 440 – 459
    • Neurovasculature 460 – 467
    • Regional Scans 468
  • Section 7 Lower Limb
    • Topographic Anatomy 469
    • Cutaneous Anatomy 470 – 473
    • Hip and Thigh 474 – 493
    • Knee 494 – 500
    • Leg 501 – 510
    • Ankle and Foot 511 – 525
    • Neurovasculature 526 – 530
    • Regional Scans 531
  • Section 8 Cross=Sectional Anatomy
    • Key Figure for Cross Sections 532

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