CLINICAL ANATOMY (A PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH)
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Author : Neeta V Kulkarni MD
Publisher : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
Edition : 2012
ISBN 9789350254974 Edition 2/e Publish Year 2012 Pages 980 Size 8.5"x11" Cover Type Hard Back With CD/DVD Yes Key Features • Inclusion of images of plain radiographs, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) and three dimensional reconstruction images using multi detector CT. • Intraoperative photographic views of various internal organs in the body. • Good resource material for Problem-Based Learning (PBL) curriculum in graduate medical education. • The solved examples on clinicoanatomical problems, MCQs (given at the end of each section) lend credence to the theme of the book. • Provides online access to www.jpclinicalanatomy.com to the customers to see and download all the images for their power point presentation, contains various questions with their answers for self assessment. • Clinical insight, embryologic insight and know more are displayed in boxes. DOODY'S BOOK REVIEW REVIEWER'S EXPERT OPINION Harris S Goodman, MD(Saint Francis Memorial Hospital). Includes an interactive DVD-ROM and access code for website with addtional resources. Description This is a human anatomy book with a strong emphasis on clinical relevance. It replaces the first edition published in 2006. Purpose The purpose is to facilitate the learning of basic anatomy (including basic gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy, embryology, and genetics) and its corresponding relationship to clinical abnormalities and clinical imaging modalities (such as CT, MRI, ultrasound, etc.). The book meets these objectives at the medical student level. Audience Designed specifically for anatomy students who will be practicing some aspect of clinical medicine, the book is appropriate for preclinical and early clinical students. The author is a highly respected professor of anatomy in the state of Kerala, India. Features The book covers basic tissues, basic embryology, and detailed regional anatomy. Diagrams and figures are clear and appropriate. Radiographs and clinical photographs are relevant and interesting. Separate paragraphs relating specific clinical problems keep readers interested, and clinicoanatomical problems and solutions test retention of material. Assessment This is a straightforward anatomy book with relevant clinical correlations for medical students. It is fine for this audience, but it does not replace the more detailed books that more advanced residents need.