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Neck and Internal Organs - Latin Nomencl: v. 2

Neck and Internal Organs - Latin Nomencl: v. 2 (Hardback)

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Neck and Internal Organs, the second book in the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy series, presents a stunning visual guide to the anatomy of the neck and internal organs. Neck and Internal Organs integrates clinical information into a beautifully illustrated exposition of anatomy. Each chapter of the book presents anatomical information step-by-step, layer-by-layer, moving from spaces, to organs, to blood vessels, the lymphatic system, and autonomous innervation, with unprecedented clarity. Clear schematics with easy-to-follow labeling highlight specific structures. Color-coded summary tables organize key information on the principles of function, dysfunction, and malformation. The atlas features a unique section on the neurovascular supply for each organ, detailing arteries, veins, lymph nodes, and innervation.

Special features of this landmark atlas series: * An innovative format in which each two-page spread presents a self-contained guide to the specific topic * More than 3,000 brilliant images created exclusively for the series * Hundreds of clinical applications incorporated into basic science information that emphasize the vital link between structure and function * Clearly labeled images that aid the identification of each structure * Summary tables throughout which are ideal for reference and review Please visit our THIEME Atlas of Anatomy website for additional information.

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