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Initial post: Apr 9, 2007, 12:40:25 PM PDT
Customer says:
Does this edition come with a CD? Is it worth getting the CD? doesn't clearly say which edition has CD, which does not and the prices are all over the place. Thanks for any clarifications.

Looking for anatomy books helpful to martial artists - any recommendations.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 4, 2007, 10:02:46 PM PST
H. Lewis says:
No. The CD used to come with the third edition. The CD is excellent and I believe has been discontinued. A shame. Check e-bay you might be able to find a copy of the CD.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 13, 2008, 11:18:07 PM PDT
Matt says:
From what I have been able to gather online from the publisher (Elsevier), the Professional Edition is the only one that is supposed to come with the CD, which is purported to contain "over 80 of the most important anatomy illustrations from the book to use in presentations and lectures."

View the differences between the editions:
Professional 4th Edition:
Soft Cover 4th Edition:

It seems to be $60 more (at least, depending on where you look) for just for the CD (and the Hardcover opposed to the Soft Cover). The Professional Edition is more like a Reference book for a library, but hey maybe you need that. The 4th Ed. Soft Cover still comes with the ability to log onto "" for "Ninety plates from the book as well as a powerful and varied bank of ancillary material, unique to this atlas, are available online" through that Netter Anatomy Website. Through I'm fairly certain that the Professional Edition also comes with that ability.

Also in response to the earlier post, the Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy 3.0 CD only comes with the 3rd Edition, not the newest 4th Edition. Here is the link just to that 3rd Edition CD:
Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy 3.0, 3rd Edition:

Hope this helps.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 20, 2008, 7:39:47 PM PDT
francisco says:
So both of them should have a PIN code to have the online access?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 20, 2008, 8:03:24 PM PDT
H. Lewis says:
The softcover 4th edition that most people buy has the pin # for netter anatomy access, I don't know about the hard copy. This isn't the same as the software version of the atlas that Matt has linked above. The software is outstanding.

You can look up the ISBN # on the and read the publisher's description of the products.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2008, 6:44:53 AM PDT
francisco says:
thanks Lewis
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