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Netter's Dissection Video Modules (Retail Access Card), 1st Edition

Dissector Companion to Atlas of Human Anatomy
Authors :
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill & Frank H. Netter

Over 400 short videos highlight the steps in a full-body human dissection in the gross anatomy lab. Each step is narrated and key structures labeled. Text of the audio is included for each video so that the narration can be apprec ...view more

Over 400 short videos highlight the steps in a full-body human dissection in the gross anatomy lab. Each step is narrated and key structures labeled. Text of the audio is included for each video so that the narration can be appreciated without audio as well. In addition, key structures are defined and linked to a library of illustrations from the Atlas of Human Anatomy by world-renowned physician-artist Frank H. Netter, MD. The illustrations can be viewed in Test-Yourself mode to quiz your knowledge of structure names.

This Retail Access Card contains a pincode that can be used to access the enhanced eBook on www.StudentConsult.com   The eBook is viewable on desktop, laptop, and on phones and devices (via the Inkling app).

 

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Over 400 short videos highlight the steps in a full-body human dissection in the gross anatomy lab. Each step is narrated and key structures labeled. Text of the audio is included for each video so that the narration can be appreciated without audio as well. In addition, key structures are defined and linked to a library of illustrations from the Atlas of Human Anatomy by world-renowned physician-artist Frank H. Netter, MD. The illustrations can be viewed in Test-Yourself mode to quiz your knowledge of structure names.

This Retail Access Card contains a pincode that can be used to access the enhanced eBook on www.StudentConsult.com   The eBook is viewable on desktop, laptop, and on phones and devices (via the Inkling app).

 


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By The University of North Carolina at Chap and Frank H. Netter, MD