This outstanding book is divided into four major sections: the trunk; the head and neck; the upper limb; and the lower limb. For each section, full coverage of the skeleton, the muscles, and surface forms is provided. The emphasis throughout is on relating anatomical structure to the outer appearance... read more
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This outstanding book is divided into four major sections: the trunk; the head and neck; the upper limb; and the lower limb. For each section, full coverage of the skeleton, the muscles, and surface forms is provided. The emphasis throughout is on relating anatomical structure to the outer appearance. 64 illustrations.
Unabridged republication of the edition published by Pitman Publishing Corporation, New York, Toronto, London, 1951.
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