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by Ben Pansky
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Basic Sciences
  • Author:
    Ben Pansky
  • ISBN:
    0023906405
  • ISBN13:
    978-0023906404
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  • Publisher:
    Macmillan; 3rd edition (1975)
  • Pages:
    508 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Basic Sciences
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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Our anatomy professior in medical school forbade the students from using Pansky because "It makes anatomy TOO EASY. The Bookstore sold out immediately.

The illustrations are detailed, yet clear and easy to understand; they are what has really sold me on this book. Our anatomy professior in medical school forbade the students from using Pansky because "It makes anatomy TOO EASY. I'm on my third volume and find the text the best for instructing patients and residents.

Every visible part was mapped and named

Every visible part was mapped and named. It went well for me with photographic atlas of dissections and plastinated models. For those who are not yet equipped with education in chemistry and thus not ready to appreciate physiology textbooks, memorize this while working through prerequisites for physiology/anatomy class. You will know what you are looking at and where to look for it if you acquire memory of this map of gross anatomy.

com User, December 18, 2005. As a medical transcriptionist, I have used numerous reference books in the course of working, from basic word books without definitions, to the Dorland's Medical Dictionary. I am a trauma surgeon.

A reissue of a classic that represents the culmination of over 40 years in Schoenberg's life devoted to the teaching of musical principles to students and composers in Europe and America

A reissue of a classic that represents the culmination of over 40 years in Schoenberg's life devoted to the teaching of musical principles to students and composers in Europe and America. For his classes, he developed a manner of presentation in which "every technical matter is discussed in a very fundamental way, so that at the same time it is both simple and thorough". This book can be used for analysis as well as for composition.

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Presentation on theme: " Source: Chapter VI-5.


Zolorn
I used this book through medical school way back when. It was invaluable as a clear, concise, easy to understand anatomy book. The purist anatomy profs didn't like it, but the rest of us mortals loved it. It's out of print, so now that my son is entering the medical world, I wanted him to have one. It was hard to give up my own since I still use it, so I bought him one. Thanks to Ben Pansky!
Kulalbine
Easy to understand!!!
Onaxan
I saw this textbook in my work place and I glanced through the pages. The way clinical matters were reviewed coupled with picture illustrations is the reason why I purchased this textbook. It is an excellent addition to my personal library.
Ndav
This book is already too old. I mean, it needs update. If you are new to anatomy, look for something else.
Moonshaper
Our anatomy professior in medical school forbade the students from using Pansky because "It makes anatomy TOO EASY." The Bookstore sold out immediately. I'm on my third volume and find the text the best for instructing patients and residents.
Rich Vulture
As a medical transcriptionist, I have used numerous reference books in the course of working, from basic word books without definitions, to the Dorland's Medical Dictionary. I have found Review of Gross Anatomy gives the details necessary for typing surgical reports, and now it is my most-used reference. The illustrations are detailed, yet clear and easy to understand; they are what has really sold me on this book.
Xor
I am a trauma surgeon. There was high emphasis on the subject of anatomy when I attended med school and I "collected" many anatomy books and atlases but the most useful one was the Ben Pansky Review of Gross Anatomy. I highly recommend it to all who need it as a textbook or as a refference.
There is no place, in our days, for an Anatomy book without colours. The contents are good, but the models in gray color are not interesting. It is difficult to be memorized, even though they are well done. It does not come with a CD.