Locket's 3D Anatomy Cutouts provides a practical approach to learning human anatomy. It contains a series of paper cutouts that isolate various functional components and anatomical regions. In this authoritive resource, every student can label, colour in, cut out and join parts together to create in-depth, three-dimensional anatomical diagrams. This unique book encourages students to become active, hands-on learners away from the dissecting room. It is ideal for all students in health and medical-related subjects where an understanding of human anatomy is essential. Full instructions for each cutout, as well as questions highlighting important points, allow students to build a strong understanding of anatomical relationships and functions while simultaneously building a model that can be used for future reference.
Dr Adam Locket, a former senior lecturer in anatomy at the University of Adelaide The cutouts contained in this volume have been researched and developed over forty years by the late Dr Adam Locket, a former senior lecturer in anatomy at the University of Adelaide, and edited by Dr Rachel Norris (University of Adelaide) and Amy McLennan (Oxford University).
Locket's 3D Anatomy Cutouts Introduction vii About the creator viii About the editors ix Acknowledgments ix Myotome raps x Instructions Part 1 General instructions 3 Part 2 Lower limb 4 Part 3 Upper limb 17 Part 4 Head and neck 34 Part 5 Thorax 48 Part 6 Abdomen and pelvis 57 Contents Part 2 Lower limb 63 Part 3 Upper limb 98 Part 4 Head and neck 139 Part 5 Thorax 184 Part 6 Abdomen and pelvis 207