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June 1, 1929

Pocket Atlas of Anatomy.

JAMA. 1929;92(22):1887. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700480077042

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Abstract

This atlas is of convenient size, as its name indicates, and may be carried about by students and surgeons who wish such information when the larger atlases are not accessible. The plates are well selected. All were made especially for this book by S. Dupret. There is no text. The plates are diagrammatic and most are systematic; that is, each deals with the muscular system or other single systems. A few cross and longitudinal sections are included. The names on the plates are reduced to the minimum of length. They do not conform with the international anatomic nomenclature. The book should be convenient for those who wish to carry a simple atlas about with them.

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