Bailey & Love’s Essential Clinical Anatomy

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Download Bailey & Love’s Essential Clinical Anatomy written by John S. P. Lumley, John L. Craven, Peter H. Abrahams, Richard G. Tunstall in PDF format. This book is under the category Anatomy and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1138295183; 113829523X/9781138295186/ 9781138295230. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

John S. P. Lumley, John L. Craven, Peter H. Abrahams, Richard G. Tunstall

publisher

CRC Press

file-type

PDF

pages

468 pages

language

English

asin

B07K8WZ1S2

isbn10

1138295183; 113829523X

isbn13

9781138295186/ 9781138295230


Book Description

Bailey & Love’s Essential Clinical Anatomy; (PDF); the important companion to Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery includes the clinical conditions most commonly faced by junior clinicians; medical students; and surgeons in training.

This is clinical anatomy at its best!

Structured by body region; every chapter includes abundant clinical photographs and images supplementing the high-quality anatomical diagrams; using the best modality to show anatomical relevance. Highlighted descriptions of clinical relevance focus the integrated approach so central to present teaching practice and facilitated by the wealth of both anatomical and clinical experience of the distinguished author team.

NOTE: The product includes the ebook; Bailey and Love’s Essential Clinical Anatomy in PDF. No access codes are included.

Additional information

book-author

John S. P. Lumley, John L. Craven, Peter H. Abrahams, Richard G. Tunstall

publisher

CRC Press

file-type

PDF

pages

468 pages

language

English

asin

B07K8WZ1S2

isbn10

1138295183; 113829523X

isbn13

9781138295186/ 9781138295230

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Introduction —
The structure of the body–the systems and organs —
Part I: The thorax —
The thoracic wall and diaphragm —
The thoracic cavity —
The mediastinal structures —
The pleura and lungs —
Part II: The abdomen —
The abdominal wall and peritoneum —
The abdominal alimentary tract —
The liver, spleen and pancreas —
The kidneys and posterior abdominal wall —
The pelvis —
The perineum —
Part III: The back —
The vertebral column and spinal cord —
Part IV: The upper limb —
The shoulder region —
The elbow and forearm —
The wrist and hand —
Part V: The lower limb —
The hip and thigh —
The knee, leg and dorsum of the foot —
The foot —
Part VI: The head and neck —
The skull, scalp and face —
The orbit, nose and mouth —
The temporomandibular joint, pharynx and larynx —
The ear, intracranial region and cranial nerves —
The neck —
Vessels, nerves and lymphatic drainage —
Neuroanatomy —
The ventricular system, the meninges and blood supply of the cranial cavity.

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