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📒Acland S Video Atlas Of Human Anatomy 5 by Robert D. Acland, M.D.
Acland s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy 5 Summary : The fifth tape in this remarkable and beautifully produced video anatomy atlas is the second of two tapes that explore the fundamental structures of the Head and Neck. Tape 5 consists of six sections, describing: The Face and Scalp The Brain and Its Surroundings The Blood Vessels of the Head and Neck The Cranial Nerves The Eye The Ear The Tapes show you true images of real, exquisitely dissected human anatomical specimens, in three dimensions. As the camera moves from one viewpoint to another, the specimen appears to rotate in space, letting the viewer experience it as a three dimensional object. Acland's Video Atlas uses fresh, unembalmed specimens that retain the color, texture, mobility—and beauty—of the living human body. A concise synchronized narration runs throughout the video. As each new structure is shown, its name appears on the screen. There is a self-testing feature at the end of each section. A visible time signal shows where you are in the program. The reference booklet gives you both an alphabetic and a chronologic index, with time locations for each structure. For students, Acland's Video Atlas is a time-saving aid to first-time learning, an effective way to relearn anatomy for clinical rotations, and a time-efficient tool for review at test time. For clinicians in training and in practice it assures a swift renewal of anatomic knowledge. For teachers Acland's Video Atlas shortens the time needed to provide immediate, satisfying explanations of three-dimensional structure. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins gratefully acknowledges the support of Jewish Hospital Foundation, Alliant Health System, and United States Surgical Corporation in the production of the videos. "I teach Kinesiology to PTA students...an absolute must for any non-cadaver course in Anatomy or Kinesiology"—Williams H. Staples, MS, PT, GCS Ivy Tech State College (1997) "One of the best, cleanest presentations in gross anatomy I have ever seen."—Dr. K. Jackson Thomas, Medical University of South Carolina (1998) Also available in DVD format.
📒Saladin Human Anatomy 5th Edition Mcgraw Hill 2017 by Saladin - Sullivan - Gan
Saladin Human Anatomy 5th Edition McGraw Hill 2017 Summary : Saladin’s Human Anatomy goes beyond descriptions of body structure to read as a story that weaves together basic science, clinical applications, the history of medicine, and the evolutionary basis of human structure. Saladin combines this humanistic perspective with vibrant photos and art to convey the beauty and excitement of the subject to beginning students. New to the Fifth Edition New Scientific Information This fifth edition features new and updated scientific content on the limitations and applications of MRI and PET scans (chapter 1); pseudopods and ciliopathies (chapter 2); the pathogenesis of pressure sores (chapter 3); causes of spontaneous abortion (chapter 4); skin grafting with atomized spray-on stem cells (chapter 5); the reemergence of polio due to anti-vaccination politics (chapter 14); and the newly recognized pancreatic hormone amylin (chapter 18). This edition also offers new functional perspectives on biomechanics of the fingernails (chapter 5) and patella (chapter 8); myoglobin (chapter 10); serratus posterior muscles (chapter 11); linguistic functions of the right cerebral hemisphere (chapter 15); lamellar corpuscles (chapter 17); the trabeculae carneae and papillary muscles of the heart (chapter 20); the spleen (chapter 22); the shape and interfaces between pulmonary alveoli (chapter 23); and oogenesis and folliculogenesis (chapter 26). Chapter 21 offers new Deeper Insight essays on air embolism and central venous catheters. New Perspectives This edition follows Gray’s Anatomy and other leading authorities in dispensing with origin and insertion terminology for muscle attachments (for reasons explained on page 241). The muscle tables in chapters 11 and 12 now list muscle attachments without calling them by these increasingly obsolete terms. Muscle innervations are also simplified in these tables by citing the major cranial and spinal nerves rather than their finer branches. This edition updates many other anatomical terms and deletes most eponyms in keeping with the Terminologia Anatomica. It deletes or de-emphasizes other commonly held but erroneous beliefs such as lactic acid as a cause of muscle fatigue (chapter 10), discredited stories such as Phineas Gage’s brain trauma effects (chapter 15), the long-believed absence of lymphatic vessels from the CNS (chapter 22), and obsolete practices such as gallstone lithotripsy (chapter 24). New Art and Photography This edition has more than 90 changes in the art program ranging from fine adjustments in art and labeling to entirely new figures of pseudopods (fig. 2.14), structure of the nucleus (fig. 2.18), and proteasomes (fig. 2.19c). Improvements have been made in depictions of the optic radiation of the brain (fig. 17.30) and intercalated discs of cardiac muscle (fig. 20.14). Color keys to the bones have been added to all of the skull art in chapter 7. New and better photography will be found in these pages for the cerebral angiogram (fig. 1.3b); fluorescent-stained cytoskeleton (fig. 2.16b); the 20-week fetus in utero (fig. 4.11f); basal cell carcinoma (fig. 5.13a); persons exhibiting spinal osteoporosis (fig. 6.16c), peripheral edema (fig. 22.2); the developmental effect of thalidomide (fig. 4.15); X-ray anatomy of the hand (fig. 8.5c); dissection of the ankle (fig. 9.26b); vascular casts of skeletal muscle and the thyroid gland (figs. 10.13 and 21.2); histology of lymphatic nodules (fig. 22.8); the lung (fig. 23.10); the pituitary and adrenal glands (figs. 18.3 and 18.8); and new electron micrographs of erythrocytes in a capillary (fig. 19.3c), an eosinophil (fig. 19.7), macrophage action (fig. 22.7), gastric pits (fig. 24.12), the renal glomerulus (fig. 25.9), and seminiferous tubules (fig. 26.4). What Else Is New? Saladin has added two full-page illustrated summaries of the levels of skeletal muscle structure (table 10.1) and cranial nerve pathways (fig. 15.24), enabling students to step back from the details and see the big picture. Expected Learning Outcomes for each chapter section are now listed by letter (in place of bullet points) for easier reference or assignment by instructors, and are reinforced with Assess Your Learning Outcomes in the Study Guide at the end of each chapter. Feedback from students in his own classroom and e-mails from students worldwide have led Ken to rewrite several passages for economy of words and greater conceptual clarity. A Storytelling Writing Style Students and instructors alike cite Saladin’s prose style as the number one attraction of this book. Students doing blind comparisons of Ken Saladin’s chapters and those of other anatomy books routinely find Saladin clearly written, easy to understand, and a stimulating, interesting read. Saladin’s analogy-rich writing enables students to easily visualize abstract concepts in terms of everyday experience. Such dimensions are more impressive when we scale them up to the size of familiar objects. If the soma of a spinal motor neuron was the size of a tennis ball, its dendrites would form a huge bushy mass that could fill a 30-seat classroom from floor to ceiling. Its axon would be up to a mile long but a little narrower than a garden hose. This is quite a point to ponder. The neuron must assemble molecules and organelles in its “tennis ball” soma and deliver them through its “mile-long garden hose” to the end of the axon. P R E FAC E viii
📒Human Anatomy by S. Jacob
Human Anatomy Summary : HUMAN ANATOMY: A CLINICALLY ORIENTATED APPROACH, part of the Illustrated Colour Text series, provides a highly illustrated short account of human anatomy for medical and other health science students. The illustrations include a high proportion of cadavaric photographs prepared especially for this book. The organisation of the book follows the normal regional approach; the text concentrates on the clinical relevance of the anatomy. Succint and highly illlustrated account of the subject suitable for courses that have restricted anatomical teaching. Illustations include a larage number of cadavaric photographs from specially prepared dissections Text emphasises clinical relevance of subject Now in the easy to access Illustrated Colour Text format More clinical material highlighted in boxes New chapter on anatomy of the breast
Basic Human Anatomy Summary :
📒Clinically Oriented Anatomy by Keith L. Moore
Clinically Oriented Anatomy Summary : "Clinically Oriented Anatomy provides first-year medical students with the clinically oriented anatomical information as it relates to the practice of medicine, dentistry, and physical therapy. The 7th edition features a fully revised art program to ensure consistency and cohesiveness of imaging style"--Provided by publisher.
📒Human Anatomy by Alina Maria Sisu
Human Anatomy Summary : "Anatomia clavus et clavis medicinae est." Anatomy is a fundamental science that studies the structure of the human body from ancient times. Over time, the discipline constantly expands with recent progress that has been produced in researching the human body. So, new methods of researching were incorporated in the anatomy development: plastic materials injections, plastination, computed techniques of sectional bodies, and embryology. Anatomic sections like macroscopic, mesoscopic, microscopic, and public anatomies; radiologic anatomy; computed anatomy; radiologic anatomies; and clinical anatomy contribute to realize a very complex discipline that represents the base of learning medicine.
📒Atlas Of Human Anatomy by Frank H. Netter
Atlas of Human Anatomy Summary : Atlas of Human Anatomy uses Frank H. Netter, MD's detailed illustrations to demystify this often intimidating subject, providing a coherent, lasting visual vocabulary for understanding anatomy and how it applies to medicine. This 5th Edition features a stronger clinical focus-with new diagnostic imaging examples-making it easier to correlate anatomy with practice. Student Consult online access includes supplementary learning resources, from additional illustrations to an anatomy dissection guide and more. Netter. It's how you know. See anatomy from a clinical perspective with hundreds of exquisite, hand-painted illustrations created by, and in the tradition of, pre-eminent medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD. Join the global community of healthcare professionals who've mastered anatomy the Netter way! Expand your study at studentconsult.com, where you'll find a suite of learning aids including selected Netter illustrations, additional clinically-focused illustrations and radiologic images, videos from Netter's 3D Interactive Anatomy, dissection modules, an anatomy dissection guide, multiple-choice review questions, "drag-and-drop" exercises, clinical pearls, clinical cases, survival guides, surgical procedures, and more. Correlate anatomy with practice through an increased clinical focus, many new diagnostic imaging examples, and bonus clinical illustrations and guides online.
📒Gray S Anatomy Review by Marios Loukas
Gray s Anatomy Review Summary : This easy-to-use resource helps you relate anatomy to clinical practice and pass your exams. More than 500 high yield questions, in strict USMLE format, challenge your grasp of anatomical knowledge and the anatomical basis of disease. Abundantly illustrated with clinical photographs and radiologic images and with references to further reading in that text, Gray's Anatomy Review is your indispensable resource for both in course examinations and the USMLE Step 1. Presents over 500 high-quality, USMLE-style questions to mirror the actual exam. Fully explains answers with rationales to serve as additional review. Includes photographs and radiologic images. References Gray's Anatomy for Students to help you find more detailed information from one of the best sources available. Keys answers and explanations to Gray's Anatomy for Students and Gray's Atlas of Anatomy
📒Cross Sectional Human Anatomy by David Dean
Cross sectional Human Anatomy Summary : Featuring full color cross-sectional images from The Visible Human Pro ject, this new atlas is co-authored by a radiologist and includes orie ntation drawings with corresponding MRIs and CTs. Thus students can un derstand the relationship between anatomy and how it is represented in these imaging modalities. The text includes 100 full color tissue ima ges, 200 line drawings, and 200 magnetic resonance and computed tomogr aphy images. Images are labeled with numbers; the key is on a separate two-page spread to facilitate self-testing.
Register University of California Summary :