Color Atlas of Anatomy:
A Photographic Study of the Human Body
Johannes W. Rohen
The new edition of this awesome, stunning atlas is improved with
new macrophotos, schematic drawings, and CT-scans and MR-images
(providing a more detailed outline on cross-sectional anatomy,
particularly of the extremities).
It Juxtaposes color photographs of dissections with color line
drawings pointing out the features visible. The organization is
didactic and reflects the functional aspects of the organ
systems. The information is consistently related to clinical
This was the text I used in Gross Anatomy, and I found it
Basic and Clinical Anatomy
of the Spine, Spinal Cord, and ANS
Gregory D. Cramer
Written by DC's and PhD's at National College of Chiropractic.
Red ruled sections give relevant clinical information, which is
nice, and chapter 11 (pain of spinal origin)is very helpful, but
it can sometimes read like stereo instructions.
Clinical Anatomy and Management
of Cervical Spine Pain
Lynton Giles (Editor)
Contributions from anatomy, pathology, biomechanics, clinical
medicine, neurosurgery, chiropractic, osteopathy and
physiotherapy highlight the value of a team approach to
appreciating the complexity of neck pain and a range of treatment
approaches. Section one provides an overview of the neuroanatomy
of the cervical spine. Section two details the clinical anatomy,
pathology and biomechanics of the cervical spine. Section three
covers diagnosis and management.
Clinically Oriented Anatomy
Keith L. Moore
A text for a first-year course, placing emphasis on anatomy important in general practice, diagnostic radiology, emergency medicine, and general surgery. The art program features color illustrations and graphics, with many multipart illustrations combining dissections, line art, and medical images, and with displays at the end of every chapter focusing on diagnostic imaging. This fourth edition offers new artwork, plus classic figures from , and includes additional tables, boxed readings, clinical comments, and case studies. This edition provides expanded coverage of surface anatomy and medical imaging, and includes a new introduction on the nervous system.
Skeletal and Developmental Anatomy
for Students of Chiropractic
Robert A. Walker (Editor)
This textbook explores the structure and development of human bones and the ligaments that connect them, with special attention paid to the spine. The authors, three of whom are with the New York chiropractic college, describe the anatomy and growth of the skeletal system, the osteology and articulations of the vertebral column, the ribs and sternum, the appendicular skeleton, and the cranium.