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Anatomy Books

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Photographic Atlas of the Body - Arran Frood; Susan Greenfield (Foreword by); Science Photo Library Staff
Call Number: REF 611.002 PHO
ISBN: 1552979733
Publication Date: 2004
Presents more than 250 color photos of magnified human biology, including cells, tissues, systems, the brain, and the sense organs, along with descriptive text.

The Reproductive and Nervous Systems - Creative Media Applications Staff
Call Number: 612 REP
ISBN: 0313325626
Publication Date: 2003
Examines the basic anatomy of the reproductive and nervous systems; looks at their structure and function; describes the medical conditions--both environmental and otherwise--that can affect them.

History of Anatomy and Digital Images (National Library of Medicine)


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