Anatomy and Physiology
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Hello everyone. I am taking the first of two anatomy and physiology courses. I am not doing as well as I would like and I need book recommendations that will help me improve my grade. Books that have great illustrations and can simplify tough concepts would be awesome. Thus far, I have managed to find a few that have been just okay.
Well, I am more into medical history than medicine but you could always start at the beginning with The Anatomical Drawings Of Andreas Vesalius. His drawings are fascinating works of art drawn from directly from dissections. Just remember that he got a lot wrong and look for his mistakes.
You might try the coloring book series. When I taught physiology, I found that the students enjoyed them and the work they did on the drawings helped to make the concepts more concrete. Here's a link to one in the series.
>1 Try Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy. It was definitely the book I turned to the most. The drawings are excellent.
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