Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy with Cadavers
Designed for beginning anatomy students working with prosected human cadavers or models, this manual is built around a series of detailed diagrams suitable for coloring. Each chapter starts with a list of specific objectives for the exercises that follow, and then features a description section where anatomical structures are introduced, defined, described, identified, and then referenced to the accompanying illustrations and figures. Finally, an identification section provides instructions for identifying lists of specific structures, first on models and charts, then on the prepared human cadaver. Each chapter ends with interactive review exercises, new to this edition.