Anatomy, to be sure, is the essential foundation of clinical practice, but it is much more than that. First and foremost, anatomy is a biological science. There is order and logic to the organization of the human body and the arrangement of its parts. And, as all sciences, anatomy offers challenge and discovery.
Concepts in Anatomy is not a textbook, but more of a brief handbook that is selective rather than encyclopedic in scope, conception rather than particular in its approach. It stresses general principles, so as to minimize rote learning, and it provides order and direction to the study of gross anatomy. Anatomy is inherently complicated and confusing; this volume helps you make sense of it in a way that also aims to inspire its study. Richly illustrated with original drawings, Concepts in Anatomy is a valuable resource for anyone currently studying or teaching the subject, or as a reference for advanced researchers.
Ausstattung/Bilder: 2002. xi, 239 S. XI, 239 p. 235 mm
Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 19mm
1 Introduction.- 2 On Form and Function.- 3 Embryogenesis.- 4 Organogenesis.- 5 Musculoskeletal Anatomy.- 6 The Membranes of the Body.- 7 The Pectoral Region.- 8 The Peripheral Nervous System.- 9 The Thoracic Cage.- 10 Formation of Heart and Great Vessels.- 11 The Mediastinum.- 12 Head and Neck Anatomy.- 13 Introduction to Angiology.- 14 Autonomic Innervation of Head and Neck.- 15 The Pharynx.- 16 The Larynx.- 17 Introduction to the Lymphatic System.- 18 Arthrology.- 19 Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Joint.- 20 Innervation of Upper Limbs.- 21 The Hand.- 22 The Anterior Abdominal Wall.- 23 Formation of the Digestive System.- 24 The Peritoneum.- 25 Abdominopelvic Contents.- 26 Urogenital System Development.- 27 Myofascial Anatomy of the Perineum.- 28 The Urogenital Triangle.- 29 Collateral Circulation.- 30 Fields of Lymphatic Drainage.- 31 Functional Anatomy of the Hip.- 32 Innervation of Lower Limbs.