eBook: Quadriceps
eBook: Quadriceps
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Anatomy of the Human Body

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Quadriceps

eBook: Quadriceps

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eBook: Quadriceps

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Stan Prokopenko
The new Quads eBook is now available and packed with a ton of useful info and images to help you master drawing the quadriceps!
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Ernesto Palma
It looks like the names are mixed up in the PDF with the Sartorius and the TFL
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Alex Otis
Thanks you! This has been fixed.
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Cody Deegan
It doesn't view for me. I get an "access denied" error.
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Cody Deegan
Now it works!
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James Marcus
Thank you so much, I really appreciate it!
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Ernesto Palma
Thank you Stan, for continuing to generate premium content for the anatomy course. I´m about three months in and viewing and reviewing lessons as well as the PDFs is tremendous help in tackling the monumental task of learning anatomy. Blessings for your family!
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Jon Passig
Christmas came 9 months early this year
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Matthew Nicholas Sandoval
Thanks Stan! This is much appreciated.
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Vera Zgonik
I feel like I'm back in my human anatomy class ((biology study) at Uni:D
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mac hewitt
Hey Stan, on the first page, in the bottom left image, the TFL and sartorius muscles are mixed up.
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Katey Jensma
@mac hewitt good catch! Email support@proko.com for a thank you gift!
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