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Has been designed specifically to meet the unique learning needs of the anatomy and physiology student. Each page of this 6th edition has been ...Show synopsisHas been designed specifically to meet the unique learning needs of the anatomy and physiology student. Each page of this 6th edition has been carefully reviewed and edited to give you the most clear and concise explanations of difficult topics.Hide synopsis
Don't waste your money on a brand new edition of this book. I've compared my 7th edition USED copy to brand new 8th edition copies and they are nearly identical. The author basically improved a few of the images, charts, and color coded a handful of labels. There is no noticeable difference between them and between one or two years there are not enough innovative changes in BASIC science to necessitate the purchase of a new book. However most used versions will not come with the bound atlas nor the IP-10 Cdrom. The body atlas can be purchased used as well, however the IP10 program CD has to be purchased new; you can find it for around $10 on its own. Otherwise a very good book that is absolutely essential for the A&P student.
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