Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards, 5e (Netter Basic Science)
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Durabl e and sturdy - The quality of ‘Netter’s Anatomy Flash Cards 4th Edition’ is not only evident in its content, but it is also reflected in the quality of the cards themselves. They are laminated and feel extremely sturdy, surviving any coffee spills during those exhausting mornings before exams and during those long commutes when they are shoved in your bag. Netter's illustrations, effective organization of information, one muscle per card, cross-references to atlas images and other plates, portable, Student consult, durable and sturdy
The utopic and 'perfect' illustrations force you to buy additional resources, textbooks, and cadaveric atlases Le Fort II: fratura piramidal que engloba as maxilas, os ossos nasais, as margens infraorbitais e os assoalhos da órbita de ambos os lados Studen t consult - Who doesn’t like extra ‘freebies’ like an electronic format of the flash cards and additional MCQs that you can use to quiz yourself? It’s a no brainer!Professor Hansen is author of over 110 research publications, book chapters, and books. He has been Co-editor of the journal Clinical Anatomy and the lead consulting editor of Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy (2-7th editions). He continues to author Netter’s Anatomy Flash Cards and Netter’s Clinical Anatomy in addition to this coloring book Key features of Netter’s anatomy flashcards
Being as small as your palm makes them confusing, unclear, and frustrating when trying to distinguish the details These flashcards cover every muscle separately with their relevant blood supply, innervation, attachments, and motor action. In this way, these flashcards make it super easy to memorize all the details of the muscle portion. So, these flashcards deal with every muscle one by one, make it comfortable for students. Cross-references to atlas:Don’t accomplish their purpose - Spending money on a product that tries to solve a problem and then failing to accomplish it doesn’t sound like a good deal at all! The sheer amount of information found on the cards equals wasted time, decreased productivity, and retention difficulty. Your anatomy textbook already comes with those three problems, so you certainly don’t need even more of the same work on your hands!
A big fan of UMich’s stuff – I use their question banks and pathology stuff all the time – it’s amazing to have a resource like this that you can use to follow along with their content and build your anatomy understanding.
Similar to Anatoking, Hoop’s also has numbered structures on its cards that it’ll ask you to name. Unlike Anatoking these aren’t highlighted however so can take a few seconds to scan! Learning from flashcards though is always my first recommendation to any students about to dip into it.