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on February 7, 2015
One more reason to like Frank Netter's imaging skill. I was a little surprised at how many detailed images of dysfunctional and pathological embryo and fetal stages were included, but found the overall layout and well sorted progression to be a good follow.
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on September 22, 2014
the excellent atlas of human embryology, the best illustrations explaining in detail the developmental stages in many aspects basing on the deep knowledge of the matter and realistic underground of art
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on January 9, 2017
This was a gift so I can't judge it.
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on February 25, 2014
Excellent images! Very useful for the med student. I used it to all the embryology course and student consult access is ideal to prepair presentations.
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very good book on clinical integration
good illustrations
using txt 2 speech, the speaker stops when it meets an illustration.
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on March 10, 2012
This book makes embryology enjoyable. Great images from Netter, as usual, and simple explanations. Can go into as much detail as needed. Clinically relavent material also provided.
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on April 18, 2010
Many more pictures than commonly available in other Embryo books, which is really why anyone buys a Netter's....
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on August 2, 2002
This is a new and welcome addition to the Netter family of publications. IMHO, the real utility of Netter publications lies in the rendition of the plates. As an embryological atlas, this volume leaves somethings to be desired. Aside from this caveat, the images are a wonderful addition to the littany of "standard" figures that are ususally the same figure repeated with minor variations.
The use of color is of particular value in understanding the development of structures where boundaries between transient elements is indistinct. These make a nice adjunct to the more conventional texts.
This is a teaching book that will be of greatest use to those who have already grasped the basic elements of human embryology. They illustrate conceptually complex topics and are thus of real utility. I don't see this as a primary text, since it contains a great deal of anatomical, pathological and teratological images as well.
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on March 1, 2003
It's about time. There has never been a more lucid account of the normal and abnormal processes of human development. Netter's illustrations combined with Cochard's succinct text and learning aids go far beyond any other books published to help further the understanding of embryology.
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