Shearer's Manual of Human Dissection by John WeberShearer's Manual of Human Dissection by John Weber

Shearer's Manual of Human Dissection

byJohn Weber

Spiral Bound | March 22, 1999

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This highly regarded laboratory guide takes a straightforward, body system approach to human dissection with clear line drawing illustrations depicting incision lines and anatomical structure. It shows students where to cut, what to expect, and what scalpel to use to view anatomical structures. Substantially revised, this edition features updated and expanded content tailored to recent curriculum changes in anatomy teaching; the introduction of correlated radiographs to fit current teaching trends; and the use of a second color to highlight key points. Large figures, and a spiral binding that allows the pages to lie flat make the Shearer's Manual easy to handle and use in the anatomy lab.
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Title:Shearer's Manual of Human DissectionFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:320 pages, 9.1 × 8.2 × 0.78 inPublished:March 22, 1999Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0071346244

ISBN - 13:9780071346245

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Back

Chapter 2: Pectoral Region

Chapter 3: Axilla

Chapter 4: Triangles of the Neck

Chapter 5: Structured Under the Sternocleidomastoid

Chapter 6: Root of the Neck

Chapter 7: Head and Neck

Chapter 8: Larynx

Chapter 9: Thorax

Chapter 10: Abdominal Wall

Chapter 11: Penis, Scrotum, and Testes

Chapter 12: Inguinal Region

Chapter 13: Abdominal Cavity

Chapter 14: Diaphragm and Posterior Abdominal Wall

Chapter 15: Perineum

Chapter 16: Pelvis Minor

Chapter 17: Superior Extremity

Chapter 18: Inferior Extremity

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