- Series: Netter Basic Science
- Cards: 676 pages
- Publisher: Saunders; 3 edition (May 26, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 143771675X
- ISBN-13: 978-1437716757
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.4 x 3.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,952 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards: with Online Student Consult Access, 3e (Netter Basic Science) 3rd Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
-Quickly learn all the innervations, origins, and attachments for muscles, as well as what passes through each of the foramina of the skull.
-The organization is great, the cards are compact, and you don't really need to carry around two huge books with you everyday. Great for the frantic reviewing we always do, too!
-I'd purchase these cards over the Thieme Atlas of Anatomy I used probably 2-3 times for about 0 seconds each time.
While Dr. Netter has artistic talent, supplement your ability to locate anatomical structures by anatomy lab time, and Rohen's Colour Atlas of Anatomy. His paintings don't give you the proper depth, lighting, and spatial relationships that looking at real donor bodies does, and Netter usually presents just one to a few muscles on the entire arm, for example, instead of all the other muscles, tendons, vasculature, and nerves that are running about there as well.
Netter's got me through the musculoskeletal system and head and neck, but I used just Rohen's and my class lectures for GI and pelvis/reproductive. Combine Rohen's with Netter's flashcards for a really solid learning experience in medical school.
Out of the box, these flash cards would be better suited for undergraduate level of study.
Good Quality cards
Clear & detailed images
Organized into different sections
Ring included to keep a selection of cards organized
Numbered cards so they can be put back in order
Not enough structures identified on the cards (for graduate level study)
-Images are the same as the book, but not the same level of detail.
-# of cards could be reduced with increased detail in structure identification
-with the same # of cards, increased structure identification could make them usable for graduate study
Some cards are titled with the structure identified on the card. (Had to use tape to cover the titles)
If you are in med school, or some other professional health school that dissects cadavers, BUY THESE CARDS!
They have everything you need to know for the lab component: clinical scenarios, insertions, origins, and innervations.
The newest version of these flash cards has the top corner hole punched on all of the them, and comes with a giant ring. This way, you can pick and choose which cards you want to take with you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wife in PA program said she loves these has used these for her classes and plans to make use of them during her rotations.Published 1 month ago by Kenneth Coley
Again, these cards are VERY detailed. To detailed for the class I am takingPublished 2 months ago by Amazing Customer
These bad boys got me through year 1 of medical school. I quit after that, though. So in a weird way, I wish I never got these and I would have never came back after... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jordan G.
Pretty good, lots of detailed drawings organized really well, but I don't understand the content flow; for example, they'll have twenty cards in a row of individual muscles, one... Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Schuster
Not impressed with the box/case that they come in. It's cheap cardboard and the cards are very heavy I wish there was an index of each body part to correspond with the card... Read morePublished 7 months ago by MzFancyPantz2u
Didn't really use these so much. They aren't really that concise; they're like the main book in flashcard form. But they did help me ace anatomy, so I can't rate them too bad.Published 7 months ago by Frank