Skeleton Atlas: The complete Skeletal Anatomy: Skeletal System images with Bone Fracture references

By David Marchal

Education & teaching, Science & technology, Picture books & comics | eBook


A stunningly realistic set of +200 images of the human skeleton is now at your fingertips! The images of the human skeletal system reveal all facets of the adult skeleton including bone fractures. Skeleton Atlas combines realism, beauty and educational value. Making it a perfect match for students, medical professionals and everybody with an interest for anatomy. 3D models based on actual scanned skeletal data were used to recreate the most intricate details of the human skeleton. Special attention has been given to bone fractures, since this is a subject commonly searched for.



David Marchal is a passionate 3D illustrator specialized in biomedical imagery. With over 20 years of experience in 3D visuals, David loves to create realistic images that both educate and appeal to the aesthetic sense. "Skeleton Atlas" brings his passion for realistic anatomy images to a worldwide audience. This book appeals to medical professionals, students and anybody with an interest in human anatomy. David's images are also sold through a number of the world's most renowned agencies like Science Source Images and iStockphoto. You can see David's portfolio at www.david-marchal.com.


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David Marchal is a passionate 3D illustrator specialized in biomedical imagery. With over 20 years of experience in 3D visuals, David loves to create realistic images that both educate and appeal to the aesthetic sense. "Skeleton Atlas" brings his passion for realistic anatomy images to a worldwide audience. This book appeals to medical professionals, students and anybody with an interest in hum...


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