Gray’s Anatomy for Students 3rd Edition

2015 BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Basic and Clinical Sciences Category!

Anatomy texts just don’t get any better than Gray’s Anatomy for Students! Now in its 3rd edition, this completely revised medical textbook continues its focus on just the core information you need for your anatomy courses, presenting everything in an easy-to-read, visually appealing format that facilitates study.

 

  • Obtain reliable, accessible coverage of everything you will learn in your contemporary anatomy classes with expert knowledge from a team of authors who share a wealth of diverse teaching and clinical experience.
  • Easily locate and remember specific structures. More than 1,000 innovative, original illustrations by renowned illustrators Richard Tibbitts and Paul Richardson capture anatomical features with unrivalled clarity.
  • Understand the practical applications of anatomical concepts through unique coverage of surface anatomy, correlative diagnostic images, and clinical case studies.
  • Expedite the review of basic concepts from each chapter with Conceptual Overviews.

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Clinically Oriented Anatomy 7th Edition

Clinically Oriented Anatomy provides first-year medical students with the clinically oriented anatomical information that they need in study and practice. This best-selling anatomy textbook is renowned for its comprehensive coverage of anatomy, presented as it relates to the practice of medicine, dentistry, and physical therapy. The 7th edition features a NEW-AND-IMPROVED ART PROGRAM to reinforce its position as the primary resource serving the needs of anatomy students during both the basic science and the clinical phases of their studies. Moore is the popular choice for anatomy in many programs, including: medical, dental, physician assistant, chiropractic, podiatry, osteopathic, physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, and sports medicine.
The 7th edition features:

· NEW-AND-IMPROVED ART PROGRAM: All illustrations have been redrawn and updated for consistency in style and color as well as anatomical accuracy

·  CLINICAL BLUE BOXES, supported by photos and illustrations, help students understand the practical value of anatomy. Each clinical correlation is classified by the type of clinical information it contains: Anatomical Variation, Trauma, Surgical Procedure, Diagnostic Procedure, Life Cycle, and Pathology

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Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Package, 15th ed

Sobotta – Atlas of Human Anatomy with online access to e-sobotta.com: the exam atlas for understanding, learning, and training anatomy
The English-language Sobotta Atlas with Latin nomenclature is specifically adapted to the needs of preclinical medical students. Right from the start, the book and the Internet content concentrate on exam-relevant knowledge.
The new study concept simplifies learning-understanding-training: Descriptive legends help the student identify the most important features in the figures. Clinical examples present anatomical details in a wider context. All illustrations have been optimized, and the lettering reduced to a minimum. An additional booklet containing 100 tables on muscles and nerves supports systematic study.

The Sobotta package includes the following:

  • Volume 1: General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System
  • Volume 2: Internal Organs
  • Volume 3: Head, Neck and Neuroanatomy
  • Tables of Muscles, Joints and Nerves

Access to the Sobotta website e-sobotta.com complements your personal exam preparation with additional contents – ideal for printing and taking along:

  • Image database: All Sobotta figures including the figures of the previous edition in high resolution.
  • Exam coach: For selected, exam-relevant figures nomenclatures can be matched by drag & drop and evaluated immediately.
  • Diss2go: Figures relevant for dissection can be printed and taken along to the dissection course. Additional tips help to avoid mistakes during dissection.

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Last,s anatomy regional and applied

For the first time in its publication history all the illustrations in the previous (eleventh) edition of
Last’s Anatomy appeared in full colour. This development transformed the illustrations and received
very favourable readership response.

In the light of such evaluation the publication of a twelfth edition has provided the opportunity to augment the illustrations in the book by the inclusion of new photographs depicting anatomy of clinical, endoscopic and surgical relevance and additional photographs of prosections. Where necessary the colour, tone, shade and contrast of existing illustrations have been enhanced. Colour consistency for related structures has been maintained throughout to ensure ease of cross-reference from one illustration to another.

The text has been wholly reviewed and refinements made where required in the interests of relevance and readability. The anatomy of surgical approaches has been updated in the light of the continuing evolution of surgical practice, advances in laparoscopic surgery and the increasing scope of minimal access procedures.

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clementes – anatomy dissector third edition

One of my objectives in writing this book was to combine a home study exercise with a laboratory dissection experience. Each chapter is a separate dissection and lesson. Indexed to Clemente’s Anatomy, A Regional Atlas of the Human Body (4th Edition) with references to three other popular atlases (Grant’s Atlas, 11th Edition; Netter’s Atlas, 3rd Edition; and Rohen’s Atlas, 5th Edition), the student learns the step-by-step dissection procedure for the laboratory along with relevant text information

that enhances the laboratory work. At home, the learning process can be repeated by reading the text of each chapter and, following the dissection procedure, by simultaneously viewing the line drawings of this book and the relevant pages or plates in one of the referenced atlases.

In this book, significant attention is paid to surface anatomy in virtually every relevant dissection. This aspect of anatomy is of prime importance for its clinical implications.

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BD human anatomy- volume 1 upper limb and thorax

This attempt has been made with an object to meet the requirements of a common medical student. The text has been arranged in small classified parts to make it easier for the students to remember and recall it at will.

It is adequately illustrated with simple line diagrams which can be reproduced without any difficulty, and which also
help in understanding and memorizing the anatomical facts that appear to defy memory of a common student.

The monotony of describing the individual muscles separately, one after the other, has been minimised by writing them out in tabular form, which makes the subject interesting for a lasting memory. The relevant radiological and
surface anatomy have been treated in separate chapters. A sincere attempt has been made to deal, wherever required, the clinical applications of the subject.

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BD human anatomy – volume 2

I am thankful to Mr Ashok Kumar who has skillfully painted black and white volumes into coloured volumes
to enhance clarity. Ms Deepti Jain, Ms Anupam Jain and MsParul Jain have carried out the corrections very diligently.

Lastly, the job of pagination came on the shoulders of MrKarzan Lai Prashar who has left no stone unturned in doing his job perfectly.

Last, but not the least, the spelling mistakes have been corrected by my students, especially Ms Ruchika Girdhar and Ms Hina Garg of 1st year Bachelor of Physiotherapy course at Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Physiotherapy, New Delhi, and Mr Ashutosh Gupta of 1 st Year BDS at ITS Centre for Dental Science and Research, Muradnagar.

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BD human anatomy – regional and applied disection and clinical volume 3

I am grateful to Almighty for giving me the opportunity to edit these three volumes, and further for sustaining the interest which many a times did oscillate.

When I met Mr YN Arjuna, Publishing Director in CBS, in May 2003, light was seen at the end of the tunnel and it was felt that the work on the volumes could begin with definite schedule. He took great interest in going through the manuscript, correcting, modifying and improving wherever necessary.

He inducted me to write an introductory paragraph, brief outlines of embryology and histology to make it a concise and complete textbook.

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handbook of general anatomy- BD chaurasia

I feel a sense of pride and enthusiasm in presenting to you the fourth edition of this popular book. Now, simple coloured diagrams extensively illustrate each chapter. Once initial interest to read text supplemented by diagrams is developed, learning general anatomy is hardly problematic.

Clinical anatomy has been illustrated with coloured diagrams. Students have always been encouraging me in improving both text and diagrams.

The help of Ms. Priya, MBBS student of Lady Hardinge Medical College during 1990-91, is being acknowledged for improving the “Anatomical word meanings and historical names.”

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gray- anatomy review

Rote memorization of anatomic facts has been the cardinal feature of exhaustive, and exhausting, courses in human anatomy for many generations of students in medicine, dentistry, and other allied health science programs. Often, little distinction was made between the wheat and the chaff, and little attention was given to the practical, clinical application of the data.

In the face of the modern explosion of information and technical advances in the medical sciences, Gray’s Anatomy for Students was conceived and written as a clinically oriented, student-friendly textbook of human anatomy. The authors, Richard L. Drake, Wayne Vogl, and Adam W. M. Mitchell, have provided a sound base for student learning and understanding of both normal and altered human anatomy in the clinical setting.

This book, the Gray’s Anatomy Review , was designed for use by students after they have read the textbook and is in keeping with course objectives.

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