Titles in the Pocket Tutor series give practical guidance at a highly-affordable price on subjects that medical students, foundation doctors and a range of other practitioners need help with ‘on the go’. The highly-structured, bite-size content helps novices combat the fear factor associated with day-to-day clinical training, and provides a handy reference that students and junior doctors can carry with them at all times. Pocket Tutor Surface Anatomy is an indispensable guide to a subject that is increasingly important on today’s medical courses and a crucial preamble to the study of clinical skills and procedures, indeed to the study of all medicine and surgery. Key Features: Logical, sequential content: introduction to the principles of living anatomy, then chapters devoted to individual regions, with each sub-region illustrated by specially commissioned photographs featuring ghosted underlying structures Each region (e.g. Upper Limb) described in a consistent manner: Introduction & Core Features which focuses on Arteries & Veins, Nerves & Dermatomes and Core Landmarks; then for each subregion (e.g. Shoulder & Arm) Bones Joints & Ligaments, Muscles Tendons & Regions, and Neurovascular & Lymph Changes to second edition: New chapter on paediatric surface anatomy highlights the anatomical differences in children and how they vary during development 15+ new and improved radiological images match surface markings to underlying structures More sites of nerve injury, surgical incision lines and normal/pathological variation added to surface anatomy photos correlate anatomical landmarks to clinical practice Chapters reordered from head to toe to provide a more logical and accessible ordering of content Previous edition (9781907816178) published 2012.
|Publisher||JP Medical Ltd|
|Rating||4/5 (22 users)|