McMinn's Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy is one of the most successful atlases of human anatomy ever published - well over one million copies have been sold worldwide in more than 25 different languages. Incorporating an unrivalled collection of cadaveric, bone, radiological and clinical images, McMinn's atlas maps out the structures of the human body and puts these structures into a clinical context. The fifth edition has been carefully revised to improve still further the photographic content and thereby make this outstanding resource even more useful. Fifty new dissection photographs of stunning clarity have been added to the book. Positive user feedback has prompted us to add more Clinical Notes - there are now 300 examples of these to highlight the clinical correlates of the anatomic structures. The layout of every single page has been revised to ensure maximum accessibility. In addition, more orientational diagrams in the form of surface anatomy photographs - and extra imaging and laparoscopy - have been added. Also included is a CD containing seven fully labelled interactive 3-D models. McMinn's Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy remains an outstanding guide to the human body, ideal for exam preparation, self-study and as a primer for laboratory work. 950 illustrations in total, including over 700 colour dissection photographs. Finest collection of osteology photographs ever assembled - now enhanced by orientational inserts to aid recognition. Clinical Notes cover topics recommended in the American Association of Clinical Anatomists' Clinical Anatomy Curriculum for the 21st Century. NEW TO THIS EDITION! 50 new dissections. 70 new radiological and laparoscopic images. Improved page layout. More distinctive colour coding of chapters. 50 new orientational artworks using real-life surface anatomy. 20more clinical notes, 300 in total, now located at the end of each chapter. CD containing seven 3-D interactive models.