Patrick W. Tank, PhD; Thomas R. Gest, PhD
Featuring more than 750 new, modern images, including clinical images, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Atlas of Anatomy, Latin Edition is a vibrantly colored, Latin-labelled regional atlas of human anatomy offering an unprecedented combination of visual aesthetic appeal and anatomical accuracy. Many student-friendly features set this atlas apart from others on the market, including a unique art style featuring bright colors, color coding of anatomical elements, judicious use of labelling, and no extraneous text. Each plate is designed around a teaching/learning objective, providing immediate focus and resulting in easier and faster comprehension. This unique pedagogy, in combination with the atlas' beautiful art style, will make this new anatomy atlas the preferred choice of teachers and students alike. Packaged with the atlas is an online interactive atlas with all of the images, including fully searchable legends and labels as well as "zoom-and-compare" features. Also included are electronic flash cards that permit students to test their knowledge of newly learned concepts and structures.
• 750 brand-new images with Latin labels, including clinical images.
• Each plate teaches specific structures and relationships-displayed using artistic techniques such as "ghosting," layering, and color selectivity-to help students quickly grasp anatomical concepts.
• Labelling is clear and uncluttered and is limited to the anatomical concept being highlighted.
• A vibrant, colourful palette appeals to student preferences, while color coding of anatomical elements imparts pedagogical consistency.
• Extensively reviewed by anatomists worldwide to ensure accuracy.
• Images are presented in anterior and posterior views, as well as lateral and medial views where appropriate.
• Anatomical terminology is consistent with standard anatomical nomenclature (Terminologia Anatomica).
Packaged with this new atlas is an extensive suite of ancillary products for students and faculty.
• Student Website on thePoint includes:
o Online interactive atlas containing all of the images with fully searchable legends and labels, and zoom and compare features.
o Online e-flashcards offering 'drag and drop' labelling exercises for students to test themselves on newly learned concepts and structures.
o Interactive image bank with slideshow and jpg/PDF export features. Figures can be viewed and exported with labels and leaders on, labels off and leaders on, and labels and leaders off.
o Access to Moore, Clinically Oriented Anatomy's question test bank, which contains approximately 500 review questions with answers.
Pelvis and Perineum
Head and Neck
Autonomic Nervous System