By: P MacKinnon and John F Morris
138 pages, Photos, illus, figs, tabs
This textbook on anatomy covers the thorax, abdomen and pelvis. As in the first volume, chapters on systematic thinking about tissues and on medical imaging open the book. The main part of the work is divided into seminars, each requiring 2 to 3 hours' study. Thoracic, abdominal, pelvic and perineal organs are treated, with a brief introduction to their development. The work includes standard radiographs and endoscopic views of organs showing both normal anatomy and anatomy disturbed by disease. A section is devoted to cross-sectional anatomy as revealed by CT scans and surface projections of the systems are stressed. Each seminar also contains questions designed to enable readers to monitor the progress of their understanding. The work is designed to be of value to medical students and physiotherapists.
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