Quick Draw Anatomy for Medical Students
By Joanna Oram Fox
Oct 2021 , 250 pp
Simple, step-by-step instructions on how to draw, learn and interpret the anatomy you need to know as a medical student.
More than a simple colouring book, this unique title shows you how to draw key anatomical structures. This active drawing process reinforces learning and aids understanding and retention.
An overview illustration and detailed explanation is followed by instructions to show you how to draw the anatomy yourself one simple step at a time this methodical approach will help you remember what goes where!
Features hundreds of hand-drawn illustrations that are easy to copy and remember you dont have to be a brilliant artist, you just need some coloured pens and blank paper
Chapters cover from head to toe, via the skin, cardiac anatomy and the respiratory system - everything you need is described.
The easy, proven, way to actively learn anatomy"
1. Head, neck and neuro-anatomy
2. Vertebral column and the back
3. Cardiac anatomy
4. Airway and respiratory system
6. Pelvis and reproductive systems
7. Upper limb
8. Lower limb
9. Skin, immune system and breast