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As medical schools struggle to fit ever more material into a fixed amount of time, students need to approach the study of anatomy through a succinct, integrative overview. Rather than setting forth an overwhelming list of facts to be memorized, this book engages readers with a fascinating account of the connections between human anatomy and a wide array of scientific disciplines, weaving in the latest advances in developmental and evolutionary biology, comparative morphology, and biological engineering. Logically organized around a few key concepts, The Scientific Bases of Human Anatomy presents them in clear, memorable prose, concise tabular material, and a host of striking photographs and original diagrams.
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
July 31, 2015
About the author
Charles Oxnard is Emeritus Professor, Senior Honorary Research Fellow in Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology and Adjunct Professor of Forensic Anthropology at the University of Western Australia in Crawley, WA, Australia