Recommended textbooks and atlases

Moore KL, Dalley AF, Agur AMR. Clinically oriented anatomy. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2010
The basic textbook to prepare for the laboratory classes and theoretical tests. Multiple choice questions are written according to this book and lectures. Please read clinical blue boxes as well – they will expand your understanding of clinical importance of anatomical structures you learn about. Some of clinical issues may be also included in the tests.

Snell RS. Clinical neuroanatomy. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2010
The basic textbook of clinical neuroanatomy. We recommend it for the CNS section.

Fitzgerald MJT, Gruener G, Mtui E. Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience. Saunders; 2012
A comprehensive textbook of clinical anatomy of the central nervous system. We recommend it for the CNS section.

FIPAT. Terminologia Anatomica. International Anatomical Terminology. Stuttgart, New York: Thieme; 2011
The newest edition of official anatomical terminology. The reference book in case of any discrepancies regarding the terminology used by various authors.

Dauber W, Feneis H. Pocket atlas of human anatomy : Founded by Heinz Feneis. Stuttgart ; New York: Thieme; 2007
An illustrated dictionary of anatomical nomenclature based on Terminologia Anatomica, useful for practical classes, repetitions and practical tests.

Gilroy AM, MacPherson BR, Ross LM, Schünke M, Schulte E, Schumacher U. Atlas of anatomy. New York: Thieme; 2012
A good and popular anatomical atlas. Our recommendation.

Sobotta – Atlas of Human Anatomy or Atlas of Anatomy
There are numerous edition of one of the most popular anatomical atlases worldwide. Editors and publishers are different, but illustrations are the same.

Rohen JW, Yokochi C, Lütjen-Drecoll E. Color atlas of anatomy : A photographic study of the human body. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2011
An atlas with photographs of actual anatomical specimens.

NOTICE: There are lots of anatomical textbooks, atlases and online resources. You can use as many of them as you wish. It is good to learn different opinions and discuss them in the class. In case of major discrepancies, refer to the list above and do not be afraid to ask the teaching assistant. We do not list huge books, e.g. Gray's Anatomy. Of course, you can use them in case you are interested in anatomy and you want us to feel amazed by your knowledge.