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This series will consist of five volumes when completed. It is intended for guidance of students in dissection in the classroom. The first three volumes are now available. Volume I involves the anatomy of the thorax and upper limb; volume II, anatomy of the head and neck; and volume III, anatomy of the lower limb. The discussions and instructions are briefly but clearly presented but should be supplemented with reading from a more extensive treatise. For guidance in the laboratory the books should serve a useful purpose, but they are not for refreshing the physician's memory concerning anatomy of the human body.
A Manual of Human Anatomy. Volume I: Thorax & Upper Limb. Volume II: Head and Neck. Volume IV: Lower Limb. JAMA. 1957;164(12):1413–1414. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980120117030
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