- David Heylings, MBBCh, ILTM, Clinical Anatomist and Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice, University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK
- Roy Spence, OBE, MA, MD, FRCS, Consultant Surgeon, Belfast City Hospital; Honorary Professor, Queen's University, Belfast and Honorary Professor, University of Ulster, UK
- Barry Kelly, MD, FRCS(Ed), FRCR, FFRRCSI, Consultant Radiologist, The Royal Victoria Hospital; Honorary Senior Lecturer in Radiology, The Queen's University, Belfast, UK
It is designed for core curricula based on body system or problem-based learning. It provides students with a concise description of essential anatomy within a clinical context. Surface anatomy, radiological anatomy and clinical cases are sytematically included to highlight functional and clinical relevance of structures being described. Content is organised into regionally-based chapters, but within each chapter the content is structured by system. There is also an introductory chapter giving a system-based overview and appendices covering clinical techniques and angiogram procedures.
Undergraduate medical and dental students, anatomy degree students; students of podiatry, chiropractic, occupational therapy, physio-/physical therapy.
Paperback, 288 Pages
Published: September 2006
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- Introduction. Head and neck. Spine. Thorax. Upper limb. Abdomen. Pelvis. Lower limb. Appendices: clinical techniques; angiogram procedure.