Gray's Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body: (Gray's Anatomy) 1st Edition

By Loukas MD PhD, Marios (Author), Benninger MD MSc, Brion (Author), Tubbs MS PA-C PhD, R. Shane (Author)


Gray's Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body, by Drs. Marios Loukas, Brion Benninger, and R. Shane Tubbs, causes you adopt a clinical strategy to the investigation of life structures. This one of a kind dismemberment guide uses full-shading photos as opposed to anatomical drawings to situate you all the more rapidly in the lab, and brings up the clinical hugeness of each structure and each analyzation you make. You will likewise discover significant data on a few crisis systems utilized today to further strengthen the clinical connections. With 1,300+ photographs, this asset is an incredible method to learn or audit life systems and its importance to clinical practice. 

Effectively relate life systems structures to clinical conditions and strategies. 

Perform analyzations with certainty by contrasting the 1,350 full-shading photos with the corpses you study. 

Comprehend the appropriate life structures for 18 regular crisis techniques, for example, lumbar cut and knee yearning. 

Rely upon a similar degree of precision and meticulousness that have made Gray's Anatomy the characterizing reference on this perplexing subject, on account of the aptitude of Dr. Marios Loukas, a main expert in the realm of clinical life systems.

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