Logan's Illustrated Human Anatomy
This concise illustrated volume presents a pictorial guide to human anatomy through the meticulous dissections of Bari Logan, assembled during his long career as a distinguished prosector, and representing an unrivalled collection of superb photographic images. Illustrations are fully labelled, and accompanied by brief clinical notes to provide additional guidance for the student. Material covering anatomical preparation and cadaver preservation, orientation and planes of section, the bones, muscles and cranial nerves and an extensive glossary provides supplemental detail. The book will be a convenient photographic companion to all core textbooks of anatomy and ideal during exam preparation.
Prelims. Contents. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Anatomical Preparation Credits. Preservation of Cadavers. Current Terminology. Roman Numerals. Orientation Guides. Observing the Body: General Parts. Planes of Section. Movements of the Body. Illustrated Anatomy by Body Region. Head, Neck, Brain and Upper Spinal Cord. Vertebral Column, Spinal Cord, Skeleton and Trunk. Upper Limb. Thorax. Abdomen and Pelvis. Lower Limb. Appendices. Bones of the Body. Muscles of the Body: Attachments, Action and Nerve Supply. Cranial Nerves. Glossary of Anatomical Terms: Derivations and Meanings.