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Old 03-08-2009, 05:47 AM   #1
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New book: Valerie Winslow's Classic Human Anatomy

Hi all,

I wonder if anyone here has taken a look at Valerie Winslow's Classic Human Anatomy (published in December 2008 ). If so, what do you think of it? I'd be particularly interested to know how it compares with Eliot Goldfinger's book, since Winslow's book seems to give much attention to individual muscles insertion and origin on the corresponding bones... I know Goldfinger's book is quite thorough on that, but it can also be quite overwhelming-- sometimes it seems to me there's just too much information there. How is it with Winslow's book?

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