In one of the most remarkable anatomical studies ever published, a famed English artist depicts the animal in three positions — side, front, and back — starting with the skeleton then offering five studies of muscles, fascias, ligaments, nerves, arteries, veins, glands, and cartilages. Ac... read more
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In one of the most remarkable anatomical studies ever published, a famed English artist depicts the animal in three positions — side, front, and back — starting with the skeleton then offering five studies of muscles, fascias, ligaments, nerves, arteries, veins, glands, and cartilages. Accompanying each of these eighteen etchings is a schematic outline with lettered parts keyed to identifying text.
Reprint of the G. Heywood Hill, Ltd., London, 1938 edition.
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