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Any work on the subject of anatomy is usually useful. These handsome illustrations are no exception. Bound in looseleaf and printed on one side of the paper, they are evidently intended for the student as a guide for his notebook and his dissection. The sections under review exclude the limbs but contain more than 200 plates on regional anatomy of the rest of the body. The drawings are diagrammatic, many in color. Usually they are replete with legend, at times seemingly cluttered. No doubt these illustrations can aid in clarifying to the student many anatomic mazes, but the various large textbooks, of the size and quality of Gray's, are cheaper and perhaps still best for the medical student, old and young.
Illustrations of Regional Anatomy. JAMA. 1938;110(14):1139. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790140071037
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