- Series: Netter Basic Science
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Saunders; 2 edition (April 4, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0323187986
- ISBN-13: 978-0323187985
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 1 x 11 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 341 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,256 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Netter's Anatomy Coloring Book: with Student Consult Access (Netter Basic Science) 2nd Edition
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Netter: It's How you Know Anatomy
Trusted for 25 years, Frank H. Netter, MD’s clear, detailed depictions of the human body are all from a clinician’s perspective. With its emphasis on anatomic relationships and clinically relevant views, Dr. Netter’s work provides a coherent, lasting visual vocabulary for understanding anatomy.
Learn and master anatomy while having fun by coloring in detailed anatomy illustrations.
Quickly review key concepts with accompanying tables that review muscle attachments, innervation, and actions.
Completed Coloring Exercises Online
Follow instructions on the inside front cover to activate the free eBook and view completed coloring exercises for reference.
|Anatomy Coloring Book||Atlas of Human Anatomy||Clinical Anatomy||Flash Cards||Concise Radiologic Anatomy|
|Purpose||Reinforcement and tactile learning||A detailed, visual foundation of anatomy||Context and anatomic/clinical relevance||A quick overview or review||Comparing living anatomy to idealized illustrations|
|Format||Black and white line-drawing tracings of Netter art.||Atlas organized by region and then by system within each region.||Short text accompany lightly-labeled illustrations organized by anatomic region.||Labels and text revealed on the back of each card.||Concise text on the modality, methodology and clinical correlations of each image.|
|Key Features||160+ Coloring Exercises, Review Exercises||New! Muscle Tables, Online: Features: 54 Bonus Plates, 150 Label Quizzes, Dissection videos, 3D models, and Editor Discussion Videos||Clinical Focus Boxes, Review Questions||300+ Flashcards, Images and explanations, Clinical Note Boxes, 300+ Mulitple Choice Questions||250 Side-by-Side Images Clinical Notes|
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"The book is not expensive at around £10 and I would recommend buying it to any medical student!" The Naked Truth: Medical Textbooks Revealed - website, September 2009
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If you are wanting very detailed, supplemental (and slightly interactive) textbook to help you with really grasping the details in the anatomy of the human body, then this may be ideal and exactly what you are looking for.
It is netters though, so the images are very detailed and of incredible quality. It's hard to say something negative when the name Netter's is attached.
I used to work as a paramedic and I have taken anatomy and physiology classes and human gross anatomy on top of my two year paramedic college. I’m not a medical student or doctor, but I’m not a total novice either. I’m not all that happy with this book. Many of the diagrams have areas that aren’t clearly labeled, or are not labeled at all (and are thus left either uncolored, colored with no label, or require you to label them yourself). On pages where a structure is repeated (the spine, for example) it is often only labeled once, which sometimes is fine (vertebrae, okay, that makes sense) but sometimes it doesn’t work (the sphenoid bone from different angles). The obvious answer is to not color the structures when they aren’t labeled, but it totally defeats the purpose of a coloring book when the final product is half colored and you’re not totally sure if you’ve gotten all the parts right (a black and white reproduction at an angle isn’t always easy to confirm from another source). Another issue was that some of the images are already sort of greyed in, so you can’t color them properly but they aren’t colored in either.
I’m not even that much of a perfectionist about this stuff, and I am so untalented at anything artistic that I am actually bad at coloring, it is just relaxing and I like knowing things in great detail that I have no reason to ever need to know (my paramedic cert has been expired for years), but these problems still bother me. If I actually had a chance of making this look nice it would really drive me nuts.
Other than the issues with the images and the labeling, there are several pages that have too much text on the page to the point where it is unclear. It might be better if the information were fresher in my mind and it more of a review, but I think it is really to the point of being messy and disorganized.
The intention behind the layout and concept is good, I think it just failed some in the implementation.
This book is like an inch thick!!! It looks and feels high quality. There were no cheap printing fumes off gassing. Cover is beautiful.
A nice gift for kids maybe about 10+
The coloring is perfect, not too easy not too hard. Wonderful visual aide to help understand, learn, and remember all the millions of parts that make up the body. All parts are included but nothing distastful or concerning to a conservative and thoughtful parent. Very "docterly" about it. My son was concerned and thought it was bad because he saw privates on one page. I explained why its ok for someone studying anatomy to study the body to help learn to fix it. All was fine after that.
The head of radiology came into our exam room and saw my son coloring an overly simple anatomy book. The dr highly recommended this book instead! He was right, it is a great book. All students should learn this b4 graduating just to understand their own bodies better. Everyone should know where their lymph nodes are!