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Gray's Anatomy for Students
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Gray's Anatomy for Students

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By Richard Drake, PhD, Director of Anatomy, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; Wayne Vogl, PhD, Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine, Vancouver, BC; and Adam Mitchell, MBBS, FRCS, FRCR, Consultant Radiologist, Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial School of Medicine, London, England

ISBN 0443066124 / 9780443066122 · Paperback · 1150 Pages
Churchill Livingstone · Published October 2004

Gray's Anatomy for Students is a new and wholly original textbook of anatomy for medical and health professional students. Designed to be suitable for any type of curriculum, Gray's Anatomy for Students presents the essentials of clinical anatomy in a way that furthers complete understanding and firmly relates the study of anatomy to the clinical practice of medicine. Organized by region, the book provides, in each chapter, a conceptual overview that describes the function of structures within that region. The regional anatomy is described with frequent discussion of clinical relevance and illustrated with many imaging studies and an outstanding art program. Each chapter also contains a unique section on Surface Anatomy with outstanding photographs overlaid with anatomic diagrams - the focus of which is to relate anatomy to the physical examination of patients and the performance of medical procedures which require a knowledge of anatomy. Clinical Cases are used throughout to illustrate the relevance of anatomy to the practice of clinical medicine.


Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards
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Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards

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By Richard Drake, PhD, Director of Anatomy, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; and Wayne Vogl, PhD, Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine, Vancouver, BC

ISBN 0443069107 / 9780443069109 · Cards · 668 Pages · 311 Illustrations
Churchill Livingstone · Published July 2005

Based on the phenomenal artwork found in Gray's Anatomy for Students, 324 brilliantly illustrated, full-color flash cards allow users to test themselves 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.


Case-Directed Anatomy Online
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Case-Directed Anatomy Online

to Accompany Gray's Anatomy for Students

By Richard Drake, PhD, Director of Anatomy, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; and Wayne Vogl, PhD, Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine, Vancouver, BC

ISBN 0443068100 / 9780443068102 · Digital/multimedia online file · 16 Pages
Churchill Livingstone · Published February 2005

Case-Directed Anatomy Online is a complete, web-based self-study course in Gross Anatomy and Embryology that can be used on its own or in conjunction with its parent textbook: Gray's Anatomy for Students. It combines interactive content and assessment into one resource that can be used in the classroom, at home, or anywhere you can access the Internet. The structure of Case-Directed Anatomy Online parallels the organization of Gray's Anatomy for Students, with regionally oriented "chapters" divided into 52 short modules on individual topics. Each module begins with a clinical case and questions to guide your study. Brief text in outline format is linked to a high-quality art program illustrating the relevant anatomical structures. Interactive exercises and self-assessment quizzes periodically test your understanding of the material. Videos demonstrate actual prosections performed on fresh cadavers.


Gray's Anatomy, 39th edition
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Gray's Anatomy, 39th edition

The Anatomical Basis of Clinical Practice

By Susan Standring, PhD, DSc, Professor of Experimental Neurobiology, Head, Division of Anatomy, Cell and Human Biology, Guy's King's and St. Thomas' School of Biomedical Sciences, King's College London, London, UK

ISBN 0443071683 / 9780443071683 · Hardback · 1600 Pages · 1912 Illustrations
Churchill Livingstone · Published November 2004

The 'ultimate truth' in anatomy. Gray's Anatomy is the peerless source of reference on all matters concerning human anatomy. The new 39th edition has been redesigned, reduced in size and rigorously edited to improve readability, remove duplication and thereby produce one of the most radical revisions in the book's long and distinguished history. For the first time, Gray's Anatomy has been organised by body region, and edited by a team of clinicians, to ensure maximum relevance to those working in medicine, dentistry and professions allied to medicine. Our goal has been to provide the most reliable and comprehensive human anatomy resource possible, together with 'signposts' to the most current sources of molecular and cytological information available elsewhere, on the web or in print. Also available as an e-dition.


Gray's Dissection Guide for Human Anatomy, 2nd edition
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Gray's Dissection Guide for Human Anatomy, 2nd edition

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By David A. Morton, PhD, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT; Kerry D. Peterson, LFP, Director, Body Doner Program, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT; and Kurt H. Albertine, PhD, Professor of Pediatrics, Medicine(Adjunct),and Neurobiology and Anatomy(Adjunct), Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine,and Neurobiology and Anatomy, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT

ISBN 0443069514 / 9780443069512 · Paperback · 568 Pages · 400 Illustrations
Churchill Livingstone · Published December 2006

Understanding anatomical structures is one thing. Knowing how to dissect them is another. More effectively than any other resource, this user-friendly manual demonstrates how to successfully dissect the trunk, head and neck, pelvis and perineum, and upper and lower extremities. Extensively class tested and reviewed, it is proven to reduce the time you spend in dissection...without skimping on the details that you need to know!


Problem-Based Anatomy
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Problem-Based Anatomy

By Craig A. Canby, PhD, Associate Professor of Anatomy, Des Moines University - Osteopathic Medical Center, Dea Moines, Iowa

ISBN 1416024174 / 9781416024170 · Paperback · 336 Pages · 150 Illustrations · Saunders · Published November 2005

This new text features a compilation of clinical cases that use a problem-based approach to illustrate the clinical significance of the subdisciplines of anatomy. Seven separate sections present anatomy in a regional format. Each section contains several clinical cases that walk you through various patients presentation, history and physical examination information, laboratory and diagnostic test results, diagnosis, and treatment. A series of related questions and accompanying answers follow each clinical scenario, probing your understanding of the clinical issues relevant to that body region.