Medical Biology and Etruscan Origins

  title={Medical Biology and Etruscan Origins},
  author={William B. Ober},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  pages={64 - 65}
of function and medical applications makes the book quite dynamic. I have found such a textbook as this helpful as preliminary reading for medical students who were nonscience majors as undergraduates to enable them more adequately to cope with the massive amount of anatomical data they are expected to learn in their gross anatomy course. Although the author often includes alternate terms when describing structures , it is unfortunate that the Basle Nomina Anatomica (B.N.A.) (1865) terminology… CONTINUE READING