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.Table of Contents
- Unique organsiation by region and system makes ideal for current medical courses.
- Systematic inclusion of radiology (one of the authors is a radiologist).
- Sytematic inclusion of clinical cases (one of the authors is a surgeon).
- Covers embryology required to understand anatomy.
By 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; and Barry E. Kelly, MD, FRCS(Ed), FRCR, FFRRCSI, Consultant Radiologist, The Royal Victoria Hospital; Honorary Senior Lecturer in Radiology, The Queen's University, Belfast, UK