This concise book includes the anatomy of foot and nail to infective diseases.
Lippincott's Illustrated Q&A Review of Anatomy and Embryology offers up-to-date, clinically relevant board-style questions—perfect for course review and board prep. Approximately 400 multiple-choice questions with detailed answer explanations cover frequently tested topics in anatomy and embryology, including clinical topics addressed in Moore, Clinically Oriented Anatomy and Sadler, Langman's Medical Embryology. Readers will find USMLE-style clinical vignette questions as well as content review questions. The book is heavily illustrated with anatomical images, clinical images that portray signs and symptoms, and radiological images including ultrasounds, PET scans, MRIs, CT scans, and X-rays.
Online access to the questions and answers on a companion website provides flexible study options.
This book established itself in its first edition as the definitive 'one-stop-shop' revision aid; the only one available to encompass all elements of the MRCOG Part 2 examination in a single volume. Now incorporating practice EMQs as well as the standard question types, this second edition will ensure that it retains its place on the 'must-have' list for every candidate preparing for this exam.
Concentrating on testing the candidate's theoretical and practical knowledge as recommended in the current MRCOG syllabus, the book tests the trainee with questions in obstetrics and gynaecology and those aspects of medicine, surgery and paediatrics relevant to the practice of both.
The book is divided into four key parts, one for each style of question, each of which opens with an introductory section on how to approach the exam and, crucially, how to fail it.
# Part 1 provides a series of short answer practice papers. Common mistakes are highlighted as well as a list of key points required to get full marks. A sample answer is given for each question
# Part 2 contains a mock paper for the MCQ part of the exam, containing 225 questions with answers and helpful annotations
# Part 3 introduces the EMQ, giving the reader 40 questions in the style of the examination, together with answers and explanatory notes
# Part 4 is devoted to the OSCE, with descriptions of 20 sample stations assessing different aspects of clinical practice, advice on how to tackle these, and suggested marking schemes.
Throughout, questions have been designed to test factual knowledge and understanding, problem-solving ability, and clinical and communication skills.
This atlas features outstanding full-color photographs of actual cadaver dissections, with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic images. The photographs depict anatomic structures more realistically than illustrations in traditional atlases and show students exactly what they will see in the dissection lab.
Chapters are organized by region in order of a typical dissection. Each chapter presents structures both in a systemic manner from deep to surface, and in a regional manner.
This edition has sixteen additional pages of clinical images—including CT and MRI—that students can compare with cross-sectional anatomic photographs. Many pictures have been electronically enhanced or rescanned for better contrasts.
A cornerstone of gross anatomy since 1943, Grant's Atlas of Anatomy reaches students worldwide with its realistic dissection illustrations, detailed surface anatomy photos, clinical images and comments, and quick-reference muscle tables. Renowned for its accuracy, pedagogy, and clinical relevance, this classic atlas boasts significant enhancements, including updated artwork, new conceptual diagrams, and vibrantly re-colored illustrations. Clinical material is clearly highlighted in blue text for easy identification.
Long established as a standard textbook of gross anatomy, Hollinshead's Textbook of Anatomy is now in its Fifth Edition. Like its predecessors, this volume presents the anatomical facts and concepts necessary to fully understand the three-dimensional dynamic structure of the human body. The text is suited for independent study as well as for use in conjunction with structured courses. Important changes have been made in this edition to meet the demands of contemporary education in the health-related professions. The seven chapters on the back and limbs have been completely rewritten to integrate developmental considerations and functional anatomy with topographical anatomy. More than 200 new illustrations have been added to this edition, including many radiological images obtained with state-of-the-art imaging methods. The illustrations depict both normal anatomy and lesions to sharpen the reader's understanding of the appearance of normal structures. Many of the previous edition's illustrations have been modified and enhanced.
In class or in practice, whenever you need A & P information quickly, turn to this handy, fully illustrated pocket guide. Crystal-clear, full-color illustrations with concise labels put all the need-to-know A & P information at your fingertips. Whether you're looking for a cross section of the spinal cord or lateral view of the arteries of the head and neck, or any other perspective on the human body, you'll find it here.
Crystal clear presentation makes the illustrations pop from the pages.
- Unique anatomical views—like the cross section of the hand—highlight every detail in full-color.
- Precise labels accurately identify every structure.
- Truly a pocket sized handbook that you can take anywhere.
- Each tab tells you the orientation of every figure—no more guessing at what you're viewing.
- A spiral binding makes it a snap to locate essential information quickly.
- Easy-to-reference tables summarize all of the relevant physiology.
Basic Orthopaedic Sciences is a brand new book for trainees in orthopaedic surgery covering all aspects of musculoskeletal basic sciences that are relevant to the practice of orthopaedics, as assessed in the FRCS Higher Specialty exams. Based on the authoritative 'Stanmore course' run by the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, the book contains enough information to serve as a concise textbook while its emphasis is on revision.
The book is a guide to the basic sciences underpinning the practice of orthopaedic surgery, covering aspects of biomechanics, biomaterials, cell & microbiology, histology, structure & function, immunology, pharmacology, statistics, physics of imaging techniques, and kinesiology as relevant to the subject of orthopaedics.
The book will help trainees understand the science that underpins the clinical practice of orthopaedics, an often neglected area in orthopaedic training. It covers the breadth of topics in orthopaedic basic science achieving a balance between readability and comprehensive detail.
Basic Orthopaedic Sciences is an invaluable guide for all trainees in orthopaedics and trauma preparing for the FRCS, as well as for surgeons at MRCS level.
In response to shrinking contact hours in basic science courses, this new anatomy textbook provides a concise, easy-to-read alternative to the classic anatomy texts that are currently the gold standard in medical education. Rather than take an exhaustive, encyclopedic approach, it is written in narrative form and provides a conceptual framework, helping students master the structure and function of human anatomy. Fundamental Anatomy uses a systems-based approach, emphasizing organization and development and integrating the insights of embryology into a model for understanding adult gross anatomy. This paradigmatic approach is suitable for allied health, pre-med, and medical students in systems-based curricula.