THIEME Atlas of Anatomy Neck and Internal Organs 1st Edition PDF Free Download
Our enthusiasm for the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy began when each of us, independently, saw preliminary material from this Atlas. Both of us continue to be captivated by the new approach, the conceptual organization, and by the stunning quality and detail of the images of the Atlas. We were delighted by the
ongoing opportunity provided by the editors at Thieme to cooperate with them in making this outstanding resource available to our students and colleagues in North America. As consulting editors we were asked to review, for accuracy, the English edition of the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy. Our work involved a conversion of nomenclature to terms in common usage and some organizational changes to
reflect pedagogical approaches in anatomy programs in North America. This task was eased greatly by the clear organization of the original text. In all of this, we have tried diligently to remain faithful to the intentions and insights of the original authors. We extend our special thanks to Brian R. MacPherson, Ph. D. for his timely assistance in the role of a Consulting Editor during the emergency illness of one editor (LMR). We would like to thank the team at
Thieme Medical Publishers who worked with us: Kelly Wright, Developmental Editor, and Cathrin E. Schulz M.D., Executive Editor, for checking and correcting our work and for their constant availability and encouragement. We would also like to extend our heartfelt thanks to Stefanie Langner, Production Manager, for preparing this volume with care and speed. Lawrence M. Ross, Edward D. Lamperti As it started planning this Atlas, the publisher
sought out the opinions and needs of students and lecturers in both the United States and Europe. The goal was to find out what the “ideal” atlas of anatomy should be—ideal for students wanting to learn from the atlas, master the extensive amounts of information while on a busy class schedule, and, in the process, acquire sound, up-to-date knowledge. The result of this work is this Atlas.
Paperback: 372 pages
1 edition (March 1, 2010)