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.


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  • Renee

    Anatomy & Physiology by Dr James Ross

    Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank H. Netter

  • 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. 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:

  • Philosozam


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