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Can anybody recommend a book/CD/website or anything else that has really good cadaver pics? Something similar to Netter except with cadaver photographs instead of drawings.
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McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Anatomy or Color Atlas of Anatomy by Rohen are two great photographic anatomy books.

Search the internet as there are lots of websites with good photographic anatomy.
 

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Thanks for the info. If you had to pick one, which one would you get?
 

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Rohen-Yokochi is one big photo atlas.


We used Cunninghams dissection guides in my med school, but those are british books taht might not be available here.

They provide step by step instructions on how to do the dissections..its like following a roadmap.

I had the honor of being the only student to remove the three auditory ossicles, intact....owe it to cunninghams

Cervical Plexus, nerves/vessels of hand, and posterior chest wall were my other good dissections
 

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I Love Roahn too.

Hey, how is my fine cuban princess doing???
 
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