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Advanced Search Since the first edition in , this book has set the standard in illustration of head and neck anatomy for students and clinicians at all levels and stages of their careers in any discipline with involvement above the clavicles. The excellence of the prosections and their detailed photographic display has rightly won wide acclaim. The editorial team, including Patricia Reynolds, provides a winning formula and continues to refine and update this beautifully illustrated atlas. There are additions of new specimens and diagrams, including some prosections, all of which match the high standard previously set. Sections relating to clinical relevance in craniofacial and dental development have also been added, plus representation of pathological processes and surgical examples. The presentation of three-dimensional perspective has also been enhanced in some areas by new diagrams and even clearer labelling.
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These tables provide quick summaries, organized by body system, and indicate where to best view key structures in the illustrated plates. More than 50 new radiologic images — some completely new views and others using newer imaging tools — have been included based on their ability to assist readers in grasping key elements of gross anatomy.
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Atlas of Topographical and Applied Human Anatomy. This is a comprehensive directory of electronic equipment available for disabled users and will prove a valuable departmental reference book to therapists of all disciplines who are involved with the rehabilitation of disabled patients. It would also be useful on the shelves of physiotherapy and occupatidnal therapy school libraries as a resource for student projects.
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The previous textbook was reviewod in Physiotherapy, January According t o the authors, the book is expected to be used by medical, dental, physiotherapy, radiography and nursing students, They focus on prosections and dissection of the thorax and abdomen. This orientation is applicable to those students who have direct access t o cadaveric specimens and may not apply to all students of physiotherapy, namely those who do not have access to cadaveric material. While the book actively describes the process of dissection, the anatomical illustrations by Audrey Besterman who is also medical artist for Physiotherapy compensate for lack of facilities.
The illustrative material would be extremely useful t o both students and teachers of anatomy. This clarifies the anatomical relationship of structures within the thorax and abdomen. The book's contents cover not only the viscera, pulmonary system and cardiovascular components, but also the joints of the thorax and joints of the pelvis, including detail of the innominate bone and the function of the pelvis.
The functional aspects of the book include the relationship between the circulatory and nervous systems of the thorax and abdomen and it has excellent illustrations of the lumbar and sacral plexuses.
Throughout, the book relates to surface landmarks for all structures mentioned. It would not only assist students and teachers in the study of anatomy and the understanding of the anatomy of the thorax and abdomen but would also inspire interest in the concept ol living anatomy and the importance of anatomy as a basic medical science.