Illustrated Clinical Anatomy Hodder Arnold
 
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Illustrated Clinical Anatomy
January 2005; Paperback; 390 pp; 0 340 80743 1; £24.99
 


Book Contents | The Authors


The publication of this new textbook represents a major advance in the integration of anatomy teaching with the study of clinical medicine. Written by a Family Practitioner and two Surgeons with over 100 years of anatomy teaching between them, Illustrated Clinical Anatomy describes core anatomy in relation to normal function and to disease.

While being traditionally structured by body region, the content of each chapter is highly innovative, including highlighted descriptions of clinical relevance and clinical photographs and images, in addition to a brand new set of anatomical drawings in full colour. Each clinical condition listed in the curriculum recommended by the American Association of Clinical Anatomists is systematically described and illustrated, using the best modality to demonstrate anatomical relevance.

Illustrated Clinical Anatomy’s key features include:

  • 400 colour anatomy drawings
  • 100 specially commissioned photos of surface anatomy, with line overlays where required
  • 200 clinical colour photographs
  • 200 black and white images including radiographs, MRIs, CTs
  • core text which is supplemented by tables of higher level data
  • each chapter is completed by a self-assessment section of MCQs and SAQs (short answer questions), with answers






Contents

Introduction

PART ONE – The thorax
1. The thoracic wall and diaphragm
2. Thoracic cavity
3. Mediastinal structures
4. The pleura and lungs

PART TWO – The abdomen
5. The abdominal wall and peritoneum
6. The abdominal alimentary tract
7. The liver, spleen and pancreas
8. The kidneys and posterior abdominal wall
9. The pelvis
10. The perineum

PART THREE – The back
11. The vertebral column

PART FOUR – The upper limb
12. The shoulder region
13. The elbow and forearm
14. The wrist and hand

PART FIVE – The lower limb
15. The hip and thigh
16. The knee, leg and dorsum of the foot
17. The foot

PART 6 – The head and neck
18. The skull, scalp and face
19. The orbit, nose and mouth
20. The temperomandibular joint, pharynx and larynx
21. The ear, intracranial region and cranial nerves
22. The neck
23. The vessels, nerves and lymph drainage
24. The meninges and blood supply



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The Authors:

Peter H Abrahams MB BS FRCS(Ed) FRCR DO(Hon)
Fellow, Girton College, Cambridge; Professor of Clinical Anatomy, St George’s University, Grenada and St Vincent, West Indies; Examiner to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Scotland; Family Practitioner, Brent, London, UK

John L Craven MD FRCS
Formerly Consultant Surgeon, York District Hospital; past Chairman of the Primary Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, UK

John S P Lumley MS FRCS FMAA(Hon) FGA
Director, The Ernest Cooke Vascular and Microvascular Unit, Department of Clinical Physics, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London, UK

Consultant Radiological Advisor:
Jonathan D Spratt BM BChir MA (Cantab) FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Glas) FRCR
Clinical Director of Radiology, University Hospital of North Durham; Honorary Lecturer in Anatomy, University of Durham; Examiner in Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons of England, UK

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