Atlas of Human Anatomy + interactive CD
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Dodał/a książkę:Wojciech Polak
This special, multimedia study kit is comprised of Netter?s Atlas of Human Anatomy, Third Edition (paperback) and a NEW special edition of Netter?s Interactive Atlas of Human Anatomy v3.0 (WindowsTM and MacTM compatible). This robust, interactive study tool includes 965 Netter illustrations and images and audio pronunciations for every label, image title and image subtitle -- see it, say it, learn it!Even more features!Handy movable magnifying window gives users a detailed close-up of any anatomy plate -- up to 2x magnification. 1024 x 768 screen display.Prints both grayscale and color.View with labels on or off.Study More Effectively!Study Guide -- Create your own plate list. Study with all labels, some labels or none at all.Plate Notes -- Add thoughts, comments, and questions on the fly.Four ways to search! Visual Index -- Head and Neck, Back and Spinal Cord, Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum, Upper Limb, Lower Limb, and Cross SectionsRegionKeywordSystemTest your knowledge twice over -- successfully!PreTest: Prepare for actual practice tests -- get oriented to structures and where to find them.Customized Practice Tests: Choose your own test parameters to identify conceptual strengths and weaknesses as you work through the material. Locate or name structures. Cover a single plate or one of its subregions or system subdivisions. Test your knowledge on a study guide plate or on all plates in the program. Tests can be saved and modified for further review at any time. What makes this new student-focused CD unique is the addition of 25 Clinical Correlates and USMLE-style anatomy questions.The Clinical Correlates allow students to compare selected normal anatomy plates (not all plates have a clinical correlate) with an abnormal radiograph and a clinical picture selected from The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations. The accompanying text highlights important points for further study. The 250 case-based, USMLE-style anatomy questions let students test themselves on all 250 questions or in blocks of 50 at a time. Timed tests simulate the USMLE Step 1 exam to give students an authentic test-taking experience and helps them identify those concepts requiring further study.