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Last's Anatomy: Regional and Applied Latest Edition Free PDF Download

 Last's Anatomy Free PDF BOOK

This regional anatomy textbook is intended for medical students and trainee surgeons. It's jam-packed with practical clinical information that's necessary for both clinical exams and surgical operations. Each chapter is organised to clearly describe the structure and function of the component systems, notwithstanding the regional approach. The author draws on his years of experience teaching anatomy to trainee surgeons to ensure that the content reflects the current emphasis on anatomical knowledge.

Last's Anatomy
Last's Anatomy


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  • The contents are constantly changing to meet the needs of trainee surgeons studying for the MRCS and other similar exams.


  • Clinical application and anatomical detail selectivity continue to improve.
  • Anatomical sketches are being fine-tuned.


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