Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy for CPT® Coding, second edition provides wonderful illustrations of the anatomic structures pertaining to particular CPT code descriptions. Starting with the head and neck and finishing with the lower limbs, each of the seven chapters give a starting point for understanding anatomy as it relates to procedures and services.
You will find abbreviated guidelines, some additional coding notes, rules and modifiers and guidelines for proper assignment of codes but you should not use this book to code your procedures and services directly. Obviously some sections of the CPT® are not applicable in an anatomy sense (e.g. E/M, Laboratory and Pathology, Radiology and some Medicine codes) so are not included in this book. Also some subsection codes cross over many anatomic areas (e.g. General Musculoskeletal System) so they have not been addressed either. This is a very handy book to have in the office for those moments when further anatomic clarification relating to procedures and services is needed.