Item description for Netter's Clinical Anatomy (Netter Basic Science) by John T. Hansen...
This handbook makes it easy to acquire a rich understanding of complex clinical anatomical concepts. Essential depictions of normal anatomy and embryology are paired with focused descriptions of a broad spectrum of corresponding clinical conditions commonly encountered across multiple medical specialties.
Clinical and anatomical tables, bulleted points, and short-answer questions facilitate quick review and ready reference.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 1" Weight: 1.95 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2005
ISBN 192900771X ISBN13 9781929007714
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More About John T. Hansen
John T. Hansen has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Rochester School of Medicine Rochester NY Associate Dean.
Reviews - What do customers think about Netter's Clinical Anatomy (Netter Basic Science)?
Best anatomy book that I have used! Mar 26, 2008
I am a medical student, and found this anatomy book the perfect thing for reference on my clinical rotations. The pictures are wonderful, and it includes "clinical correlations" pages in each section, with pictures specific to certain diseases and explanations of the disease processes/physiology. Honestly, it's much better than any anatomy book I used in undergrad or med school. A must for the med student who needs some brushing up as well as good illustrations!
Good book but EGREGIOUS formatting problems on some pages! Jun 7, 2007
A lot of people in my class liked having this book b/c it was like having a portable, pocket-sized Netter's atlas with clinical correlations (seems like a good idea right?)
BUT be warned, there are some CRAZY formatting problems on some of the pages. I've never seen anything like it in a book before. Something weird must have happened to their computer during the editing process, b/c certain words will be cut-off or some pages will be close to gibberish.
If you don't believe me, check out page 85. "nur to disc initiates inflaator process" or "iscoenicpain" are two examples of sentences on this one page.
Thankfully, this doesn't effect the entire book. It's only a few pages out of the ~650 total pages. I think the book is still an excellent resource to have, but I like to know the flaws of things I buy before I buy them. Hopefully the publishers will see this and fix the next edition!
Excellent Reference Nov 4, 2006
Well worth the money and inexpensive compared to other reference books. It's small and easy to carry but packed full or relevant clinical info and it's anatomical relationship.