Anatomy at a Glance

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 18, 2011 - Medical - 192 pages
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Following the familiar, easy-to-use at a Glance format, and in full-colour, this new edition provides an accessible introduction and revision aid for medical, nursing and all health sciences students. Thoroughly updated and now fully supported by a set of web-based flashcards, Anatomy at a Glance provides a user-friendly overview of anatomy to encapsulate all that the student needs to know.

Anatomy at a Glance:

  • Addresses the basic concepts of anatomy in an highly visual, easy-to-remember way
  • Features two new chapters outlining anatomical terminology and basic embryology
  • Includes more coverage of imaging techniques such as CT and MRI
  • Offers free online flashcards for self-assessment and revision at www.wiley.com/go/anatomyataglance

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Contents

39
7
The thorax
14
The mediastinum IIthe vessels of the thorax
20
The nerves of the thorax
32
The fetal circulation
38
The veins and lymphatics of the abdomen
46
The lower gastrointestinal tract
54
The posterior abdominal wall
60
Surface anatomy of the upper limb
104
The veins and lymphatics of the lower limb
110
The hip joint and gluteal region
116
The knee joint and popliteal fossa
123
The ankle and foot II
130
The skull I
136
The trigeminal nerve V
142
The arteries II and the veins
148

The pelvis Ithe bony and ligamentous pelvis
66
The pelvic viscera
72
Arteries of the upper limb
80
Nerves of the upper limb II
86
The shoulder glenohumeral joint
92
46
98
The root of the neck
154
The mouth palate and nose
160
The cranial cavity
166
Head and neck developmental aspects
172
Muscle index 178
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About the author (2011)

Omar Faiz is a Senior Lecturer and Consultant Surgeon at St Mary's Campus, Imperial College, London

Simon Blackburn is a Specialty Registrar in Paediatric Surgery at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

David Moffatt is Emeritus Professor of Anatomy at Cardiff University

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