Remarkable atlas provides exceptionally detailed, clinically relevant anatomic knowledge!
Praise for the prior edition: "The THIEME Atlas of Anatomy – Internal Organs provides pertinent and well-executed anatomical illustrations, enriched with figures from diagnostic imaging. We strongly suggest this atlas not only to students in medicine, but also to residents and practitioners, including those involved in diagnostic imaging."—European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
by renowned educators Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher, along with consulting editor Wayne Cass, expands on prior editions with increased detail on anatomic relationships of inner organs, and the innervation and lymphatic systems of these organs. Organized by region, the book features 10 sections starting with an overview on body cavities. Subsequent sections cover the cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, genital, endocrine, and autonomic nervous organ systems. Regional units covering the thorax and abdomen and pelvis begin with succinct overviews, followed by more in-depth chapters detailing the structure and neurovasculature of the region and its organs.
1,375 images including extraordinarily realistic illustrations by Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, diagrams, tables, and descriptive text provide an unparalleled wealth of information about internal organs21 fact sheets provide quick, handy references summarizing salient points for each organOnline images with "labels-on and labels-off" capability are ideal for review and self-testing
This visually stunning atlas is an essential companion for laboratory dissection and the classroom. It will benefit medical students, internal medicine residents, and practicing physicians.
The THIEME Atlas of Anatomy series also includes two additional volumes, General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System and Head, Neck, and Neuroanatomy.
All volumes of the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy series are available in softcover English/International Nomenclature and in hardcover with Latin nomenclature.