Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy: Founded by Heinz Feneis
Wolfgang Dauber, Gerhard Spitzer, and Stephanie Kramer
This book is completely illustrated in black, white, and gray. There is a consistent style of terms on the left page and illustrations on th e right page. There is a handy tabbing system in blue at the right margin. The book moves from general anatomy at the beginning, progressing to bones in a cranial-to-caudal fashion. The book then illustrates soft tissues such as ligaments, muscles, tendons, and fascia. There are extensive illustrations of brain structures as well as nerves (spinal and cranial) and the autonomic nervous system. Each of the sensory organs in illustrated...especially useful for brain anatomy if one needs to review fiber locations and specific cell-type location...a good text for those who are building a library to assist in their clinical practice or update their knowledge on neuroanatomy...