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Bones and Muscles: An Illustrated Anatomy is designed for professionals
who work with the body—for physical therapists
and massage therapists, as well as for students, professors of
anatomy, and physicians. People who are interested in aerobics,
dance, or sports and are interested in their musculature
will find this book informative. Additionally, artists interested
in drawing the figure would benefit from studying it.
Going from the top to the bottom—from head to toe—I
shall illustrate all of our bones and voluntary muscles. For
each part of the body I illustrate the bones involved, and
with drawings and text show how and where the muscles
attach to them.
In making my drawings I have referred to Gray’s Anatomy,
long considered the definitive anatomy book, Frank Netter’s
Atlas of Human Anatomy, Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy, Carmine
D. Clemente’s Anatomy—A Regional Atlas of the Human Body,
and R.M. H. McMinn and R. T. Hutching’s Color Atlas of
Human Anatomy and finally Werner Spalteholz’s Hand Atlas of
Human Anatomy. I have also worked from my own drawings
done from dissections. I have done the skeleton drawings from
my own skulls, backbone and pelvis, other bones loaned by
friends, and from whole skeletons owned by acquaintances.
Type Ebooks - Math/Science/Tech