By Dr. Ferenc Kiss, Dr. János Szentágothai (auth.)
AFTER ten years' guidance the 1st variation of our Atlas of Human Anatomy used to be released among 1946 and 1951. Our event enabled us to enhance all the next variations and the current one has additionally been completely revised and enlarged to permit the inclusion of extra instructive illus trations. all through we've got adhered to our unique goal that this paintings could be a good propor tioned Atlas of life-like illustrations essentially for scientific scholars but in addition worthy to the working towards health care provider and healthcare professional. The advent of topographical illustrations within the 3rd quantity has been welcomed via readers and, whereas now not embarking on histology, semi-microscopic figures were brought into a few chapters for a greater figuring out of functionality. We didn't deviate with no cause from the at present authorised equipment of illustrating the weather of the various structures comparable to bones, joints, muscular tissues, vessels and nerves and we have been at pains to base our illustrations on unique dissections and to incorporate in them purely crucial information. using color within the illustrations, brought via the Italian anatomist Aselli (1627), was once with didactic motive. The legends to the illustrations of this variation use the nomenclature of the "Nomina Anatomica", Paris 1955 (PNA) , as revised in big apple in 1960.
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