Worldmapper: The Human Anatomy of a Small Planet

Abstract

You can say it [1], you can prove it [2], you can tabulate it [3], but it is only when you show it that it hits home [4]. There is a long history of using illustrations to help spread new medical scientific ideas. Anatomical imagery, for example, is at least 500 years old [5]. That imagery allowed us to look inside human beings and, among much else, showed… (More)

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@article{Dorling2007WorldmapperTH, title={Worldmapper: The Human Anatomy of a Small Planet}, author={Danny Dorling}, journal={PLoS Medicine}, year={2007}, volume={4}, pages={749 - 751} }