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Finley's Interactive Cadaveric Dissection Guide

by Claudia R. Senesac

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Finley's Interactive Cadaveric Dissection Guide is a step-by-step instructional text with DVD for cadaveric dissection. The dissection is presented regionally on the body and includes the trunk, extremities, face, neck, thorax, abdomen and viscera. Other dissections include all joints of the extremities, a spinal laminectomy, and dissections of the larynx, pharynx, TMJ, and pelvic anatomy for both male and female. Each section is illustrated using line drawings and digital still images. The DVD provides three dimensional explanations of human cadeveric techniques along with verbal instructions. Each chapter of the text includes illustrations, still color photos of the steps, and references to the DVD.

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