This comprehensive visual guide explores the structure and function of all the parts that make up a human being: the bones, muscles, and skin, as well as the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and nervous systems, and the fascinating workings of the internal organs and brain...
At the heart of the book are more than 500 clear, detailed, full-colour anatomical illustrations accompanied by labels showing both the common and formal anatomical Latin terms, and concise captions that clarify the complex workings of our bodies. By focusing on the visual, this book allows you to access and comprehend complex anatomical information swiftly and easily. A valuable study resource for anatomy students and a useful reference for families, it is a must for every home library.
About the Author
Dr. Ken Ashwell (B.Med.Sc., M.B. B.S., Ph.D.) is Professor of Anatomy in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. He acted as the Chief Consultant for The Student's Anatomy of Exercise Manual and The Student's Anatomy of Stretching Manual.