Have you ever wondered about the structure of the cerebral cortex and how the nervous system relays messages from the senses to the brain? What are the differences between an adult and a baby skull? How (and why) does the... Read moreRead less
Have you ever wondered about the structure of the cerebral cortex and how the nervous system relays messages from the senses to the brain? What are the differences between an adult and a baby skull? How (and why) does the body produce saliva? Presented in a handy, compact format, Handbook of the Human Body gives the answers to these and other questions. The book provides a fascinating and comprehensive guide to human anatomy and helps you understand the intricate workings of the human body.
The book is structured from the head to the toe, and is broken down into eight sections: head, neck, thorax, upper limbs, abdomen, reproductive system, pelvis and lower limbs and whole body systems. Each section includes detailed and easy-to-understand colour artworks with extensive annotations on the various bones, muscles, internal organs, blood vessels and nerves, allowing you to quickly build up a complete picture of a specific area of the body.
So whether you want to know about the workings of the digestive system or understand the differences between superficial and deep muscles, Handbook of the Human Body will explain everything in full colour detail.
Format: 180 x 240mm
Word count: 60,000
Illustrations: 200 colour illustrations
There is currently no Amber trade edition available.
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