Color Atlas of Anatomy

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Johannes W.Rohen Chihiro Yokochi Elke Lütjen-Drecoll 2011 A Photographic Study of the Human Body This new edition was revised and structured anew in different ways. Each chapter is provided with an introductory front page to give an overview of the topics of the chapter and short descriptions. The whole introductory chapter “General Anatomy” was newly arranged and supported with […]

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The Pelvis

The Pelvis-1

Enrico Marani • Wijnand F.R.M. Koch 2014 Structure, Gender and Society Jonathan Sawday has written a very fine book on the scientific and social implication of the interior discovery of the human body: ‘‘The body emblazoned’’ [1]. Notions about the interior of the human body lasted for centuries before we came to our present understanding of its form […]

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The Patellofemoral Joint

The Patellofemoral Joint-1

Alberto Gobbi João Espregueira- Mendes Norimasa Nakamura Editors 2014 State of the Art in Evaluation and Management It is our great pleasure to introduce the new book The Patellofemoral Joint: State of the Art in Evaluation and Management. A medical education, where basic science together with medical innovations and state of the art in surgical techniques are indispensable, […]

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Comparative Medicine

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Erika Jensen-Jarolim Editor 2014 Anatomy and Physiology In 2010 the Messerli Research Institute was founded as an interdisciplinary enterprise between the private Swiss Messerli Foundation and three universities: the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Medical University Vienna, and University of Vienna. The intention was to investigate and improve all types of human–animal relationships and interactions. In spite of the fact […]

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Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration

Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration-1

Laurent Nguyen • Simon Hippenmeyer Editors 2014 The brain is the most intricate and fascinating organ of our body and its development requires the rigorous control of a multitude of molecular signaling and cellular events. Cell migration is one of these events and represents a fundamental cornerstone of brain development, and homeostasis in the mature brain. The project of […]

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