Netter's Anatomy Coloring Book is a perfect companion to the Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank H. Netter, MD, as well as Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards and Netter's Clinical Anatomy textbook.
- Presents each topic in two-page spreads—with outlines of Netter anatomical illustrations for coloring accompanied by high-yield information—that give context to the structures.
- Features illustrations small enough for quick coloring, but large enough to provide you with important details, as well as multiple views/planes for better understanding of spatial relationships.
- Offers tips for coloring key structures that emphasize how a coloring exercise can reinforce learning.
- Contains helpful tables that review muscle attachments, innervation, action, and blood supply.
- Features expanded Clinical Notes which highlight the importance of anatomy in medicine.
- Includes Summary Exercises and Review Questions at the end of each system to reinforce learning.
- Provides online access where you can search the complete contents of the book and view completed coloring pages—done by other students—for reference.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
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About the Author
Dr. Hansen, researches peripheral and central dopaminergic systems, neural plasticity and neural inflammation. He is a recipient of an NIH Research Career Development Award and has received numerous teaching awards including Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award given annually by the AAMC to nationally recognized medical educators.
Professor Hansen is author of over 110 research publications, book chapters, and books. He has been Co-editor of the journal Clinical Anatomy and the lead consulting editor of Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy (2-7th editions). He continues to author Netter’s Anatomy Flash Cards and Netter’s Clinical Anatomy in addition to this coloring book.
Table of ContentsOrientation and Introduction