Friedrich Paulsen, Jens Waschke (Eds.)
Head, Neck and Neuroanatomy
In the preface of the first edition of his atlas in May 1904, Johannes Sobotta writes: ‘Long-standing experience in cadaver dissection classes has prompted the author to ensure that the illustrations of the peripheral nervous system and the blood vessels depict the relevant structures in the same way that the student is accustomed to seeing them on the cadaver, i.e. that they depict the vessels and nerves from the same region together. Furthermore,the atlas alternates between pages of text and full-page diagrams.