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Atlas of Human Cross-Sectional Anatomy

      This text is an atlas of cross-sectional anatomy based on the study of 115 cadaver sections. These sections are displayed in pen and ink drawings and corresponding photographs and clinical computed tomographic or magnetic resonance images. For easy reference, slice orientation drawings are included on each right-hand page. The sections of the axial anatomy depicted are of the thorax, abdomen, male and female pelvis, upper and lower limbs, and head. In addition, the head and neck are shown in sagittal and coronal planes. Two small supplemental sections on the upper abdominal area demonstrate anatomic variations.
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