This interactive, skills-oriented guide explains not just what surface and living anatomy is, but how to apply concepts in therapeutic practice. A compilation of 230 behavioral objectives, step-by-step enabling criteria, and photographs helps readers achieve standards of competence in key skill areas. It covers questions commonly asked by examiners at diploma and degree course levels.
- Skills oriented approach features a hands-on explanation of what students need to know for clinical practice.
- Interactive CD-ROM provides an added level of practice and involved learning.
- 230 behavioral objectives are included for real-world application of concepts.
- Objectives and enabling criteria are outlined, based on practical standards of achievement upon completion of the BSc Surface and Living Anatomy module.
- Objectives and enabling criteria are designed to serve as the basis for examination questions and answers.
Examples of Skeletal Muscle Names
Glossary of Anatomical Terms
Section 1 * Bony Features of the upper limb
Section 2 * Joints of the upper limb
Section 3 * Muscles of the upper limb
Section 4 - Superficial veins of the upper limb
Section 5 * Arterial pulses of the upper limb
Section 6 * Peripheral nerves of the upper limb
Section 7 * Bony features of the lower limb
Section 8 * Joints of lower limb
Section 9 * Muscles of the lower limb
Section 10 * Superficial veins of the lower limb
Section 11 * Arterial pulses of the lower limb
Section 12 * Peripheral nerves of the lower limb
Section 13 - Bony features of the axial skeleton 1
Section 14 * Bony features of the axial skeleton 2
Section 15 * Muscles of the neck, trunk & abdomen
Section 16 * Arteries of the head & neck
Section 17 * Organs 1
Section 18 * Organs 2
Section 19 * Anatomical Spaces
Section 20 * Deep tendon reflexes
Contains 230 Behavioural Objectives and sets of criteria supported by a picture gallery of 350 images
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- © Mosby Ltd. 2002
- 3rd October 2002
- Mosby Ltd.
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Formerly Lecturer of Living Anatomy at University of Westminster, London, UK; Freelance specialist tutor teaching Western medical sciences and specialising in Anatomy at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, UK
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