On the other side, the free ebook by Library of Congress's eBook Atlas is a self-study for medical students who are lucky enough to have access to an ebook library. Like the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy, this is divided into sections by divisions.
Although this book has its own features as evident from the Great Book Marketing website, it is not as detailed and general as the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy. It has more focus on the use of the atlas in class rooms and exams and contains excellent content. More importantly, this free book offers other articles that would be useful in your learning experience. Since this is a free book, you can download the pdf version to all your mobile devices (Kindle, Nook, etc) and read it offline as well.
This book is not exactly a freebie as it has to be purchased, but fortunately, is also one of the two atlases that you are meant to purchase for a dozen bucks. The Oxford Companion to the Human Body (6th edition) is designed specifically for medical students and is intended to provide context and background relevant to organ system education. As the authors note in the Oxford Companion to the Human Body website, "Starting with the cell and basic organ systems leads to thinking about the human body as a whole, whereas anatomists view it as organized into parts." This book is designed to provide readers with a deeper knowledge of anatomy than the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy. d2c66b5586