McMinn's The Human Skeleton, 2nd Edition
An adult skeleton consists of 206 bones. See each and every one of them like never before in this stunning full-color poster package. In this unrivaled collection, three life-sized photographic plates reveal the full majesty of the human skeleton, displayed from side, front, and posterior views. Accompanying these 6-foot-long plates are 20 smaller plates displaying individual bones from multiple anatomical regions. Meticulously labeled and captured in high-resolution photography, this superb set gives you the richest possible exposure to the human skeleton short of the real thing.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Contains new photos of the jaw for improved clarity and views.
- Includes a new CD-ROM containing all of the images from the posters plus 100 additional clinical photos, clinical presentations, and radiographs that depict common problems and fractures of specific parts of the skeleton.
- Uses life-sized, high-resolution photographic plates rather than undersized illustrations for an authentic learning experience.
- Incorporates precise labels to highlight key areas without swamping each image with text. Labels are cross-referenced to the CD-ROM./li>
- Includes additional bone photos, separated into anatomical regions, promoting a thorough understanding of the skeletal system.
- Features a durable, gloss finish and ready-to-hang spiral binding, making the set a practical teaching tool.
By Peter H. Abrahams, MBBS, FRCS(Ed), FRCR, DO(Hon), Fellow, Girton College, Cambridge, UK; Professor of Clinical Anatomy, St George's University, Grenada and St. Vincent, West Indies; Extraordinary Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Examiner, MRCS, Royal Colleges of Surgeons, UK; Family Practitioner, Brent, London, UK; Bari M. Logan, MA, FMA, HonMBIE , Formerly University Prosector, Department of Anatomy, University of Cambridge, UK; Ralph T. Hutchings, Photographer for Imaging body.com; Formerly Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, UK; and Jonathan D. Spratt, MA BM BChir FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Glasg) FRCR, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital of North Durham