Anatomy Recall by Christopher Moore,Jared L. Antevil,Lorne H. Blackbourne

Anatomy Recall

by Christopher Moore, Jared L. Antevil, Lorne H. Blackbourne

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Anatomy Recall, Second Edition is a concise, affordable, pocket-sized review of the fundamentals of human anatomy. As part of the popular Recall Series, it utilizes a two-column, question-and-answer format that facilitates quick learning of human anatomic facts through repetition. While not intended as a comprehensive anatomy reference, Anatomy Recall highlights the most important anatomic principles, which are complemented by a wealth of illustrations and anatomic correlations to clinical problems. It is an ideal study guide for medical students in their pre-clinical coursework, undergraduate or nursing anatomy study, clinical rotations, and board review. New to this Edition: / Updated by expert authors, including anatomists, medical students, and surgeons / Expanded coverage now includes embryology highlights, summarizing the key anatomic principles of human embryology / Clinical Pearls emphasize important clinical correlations to anatomic principles / Surgical Anatomy Pearls help third- and fourth-year medical students to prepare quickly for the most common intraoperative anatomy questions / Power Review sections help focus last-minute review of the most commonly tested anatomy points / Numerous effective illustrations allow correlation of factual information with key anatomical relationships Anatomy Recall, Second Edition has everything you need for fast learning and recall--and nothing you don't. You won't find a better, more efficient or effective way to master the basics of anatomy.

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Weight: 0.86 lbs

ISBN-10: 078179885X

ISBN-13: 9780781798853

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Used - Good (1 available) Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.

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