Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards, 3rd Edition
with STUDENT CONSULT Online Access
NOT YET PUBLISHED
Based on the phenomenal artwork found in Gray's Anatomy for Students, 2nd Edition, 350 brilliantly illustrated, full-color flash cards allow you to test yourself on key anatomic structures and relationships. Separate groups of cards are devoted to anatomy and imaging • back • thorax • abdomen • pelvis/perineum • upper limb • lower limb • head and neck • systemic anatomy • and clinical (i.e., surface) anatomy. The back of each card identifies the structures shown on the front and reviews relevant functions, clinical correlations, and more. To further enhance your learning experience, you’ll have access to the flash cards online at www.studentconsult.com.
New to This Edition
- Features “wiring diagrams” that detail the innervation of nerves to organs and other body parts to explain key concepts for a clear, visual review.
- Presents new “Muscle” cards that cover functions and attachments offer a full range of anatomical concepts.
- Includes select images from Gray’s Atlas of Anatomy, offering further clarification of anatomical structures and functions.
- Emphasizes the practical applications of anatomy with clinical correlations throughout.
- Discusses the relevance of surface anatomy to clinical procedures and physical examination techniques.
- Relates regional anatomy to systemic function.
- Features beautiful full-color anatomic illustrations as well as radiologic images.
- Includes page references to Gray's Anatomy for Students, 2nd Edition to make further study easy.
- Comes in a convenient 4" x 6" format.
- Presents the perfect review tool for course exams as well as the USMLE Step 1 that lets you study your way based on your own personal study habits.
- Provides flash cards online at www.studentconsult.com, so you can consult them anywhere you go.
"These flash cards are an excellent educational tool that will help students at all levels. I would recommend them to my anatomy students. They are comparable to Anatomy Flash Cards: Anatomy on the Go, Gilroy (Thieme, 2008)) in content, but the latter has a better online resource that allows students to study each illustration with or without labels, along with a self-testing feature. Nevertheless, this second edition of the Gray's flash cards is a very worthwhile update of a valuable student resource. Weighted Numerical Score: 100 - 5 Stars!" - Jill E. Feinstein, M.S.(Richland Community College), Doody’s Review
By Richard Drake, PhD, FAAA, Director of Anatomy, Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; A. Wayne Vogl, PhD, FAAA, Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology, Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
PhD, Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology, Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. and Adam W. M. Mitchell, MB, BS, FRCS, FRCR, Joint Head of Graduate Entry Anatomy, Imperial College, University of London; Consultant Radiologist, Department of Imaging, Charing Cross Hospital, London, UK