The Human Body Identification Manual reveals the beauty and intricacy of the human body. This comprehensive and easy-to-use visual guide explores the structure and function of all of the parts that make up a human being.
At the heart of the book are more than 500 clear, detailed, full-colour anatomical illustrations, each accompanied by explanatory labels and concise captions that clearly show the complicated workings of your body. A valuable study resource for anatomy students, and an indispensible reference for families, it is a must for any home library.
Latin terminology consultant: Professor Ian Whitmore, Stanford School of Medicine.
Chief consultant: Professor Ken W. S. Ashwell, the University of New South Wales.