Anatomy Lab Book Suggestion?

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    Hello everyone.


    I am currently taking Anatomy this semester. We do not have lab book but some of the students seem to have some kind of yellow and black cover book with pictures of the book and bone markings and stuff.

    Could you give me a suggestion on lab book for bone and muscle and stuff?

    Thank you in advance.
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    It's called, A Brief Atlas of the Human Body. ISBN 0-8053-7373-X. Hope this helps.
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    Quote from ADN2B
    It's called, A Brief Atlas of the Human Body. ISBN 0-8053-7373-X. Hope this helps.
    Thank you! Does it also have pictures of nervous and muscle systems as well?
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    The cranial nerves and muscles are included, but unless you need to identify the muscles on a cadaver, you'll need to study the plastic models. The bones and their markings are the same as the skeleton. It also includes histology of tissue and organs to study your slides.
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    I have nuturs atlas. Might not of spelt tyat right. It is a huge help when you have it for those bones and muscles. Make sure you get hands on with the models.
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    Quote from baja_blast1
    I have nuturs atlas. Might not of spelt tyat right. It is a huge help when you have it for those bones and muscles. Make sure you get hands on with the models.
    Thank you. My school library and science lab have it. I will use it with it.
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    I think an excellent book is:

    "Atlas of Human Anatomy"
    by Frank H. Netter MD.
    ISBN #13 978-1-4160-3385-1

    *** Might be the same as baja_blast1 was referring to. ***


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