Any good books on BASIC human anatomy?

I’m looking for any good books on basic human anatomy. I don’t want it to be overly detailed or technical describing every single cell of the body lol.

Thanks

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  • Renee

    Anatomy & Physiology by Dr James Ross
    http://humananatomy.annics.com

    Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank H. Netter
    http://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Human-Anatomy-Frank-Netter/dp/0914168819

  • Carlie

    I don’t think you are going to find a good A&P book that doesn’t go into detail unless you look for one that targets the young which is probably not going to have any detail. I liked my textbook, Fundamentals of anatomy & physiology, Martini. You can read the summaries in the back of each chapter to avoid the detail you don’t want.

    Save money by buying an older edition. Textbooks.com has been great for me.

    I have taken several biology classes and love books by Pearson Publishing.

  • Park Jung Suk

    There’s a "Color Atlas" series that is translated from medical books used in Europe. They have a page of explanation and on the next page is a giant picture of the stuff that was in the text. I’ve always found them all really helpful for any questions about biology/science in general.

    Here’s the one you’re probably looking for, though I can’t attest as to how good it is cause I don’t own this particular book:
    http://www.amazon.com/Color-Atlas-Anatomy-Werner-Platzer/dp/313533306X/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1313110385&sr=1-9

  • Philosozam

    kLM CLINICAL ORIENTED ANATOMY U LOVE TO STUDY IT 😉

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