- Year: 2003
- Page Number: 294
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 30.86 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Richard S. Snell
Written for students who must prepare for national board examinations and for interns who need a review of basic clinical anatomy, this Fourth Edition features graphs and tables that simplify the learning process. Also included are review questions that follow the board examination format. Redundant material has been eliminated to create a slimmer, easy to read text. This book can be used as a standalone review tool, or as a companion to the Seventh Edition of the Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students textbook.
concise and very well illustrated, i would highly recommend this book to those reviewing for the boards and as quick reference during residency training.
The new edition of Snell’s Clinical Anatomy-An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations provides the perfect accompaniment for its parent text-Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students. The book is based on the format of the progenitor text but is essentially a condensed version of the latter. As such, it is particularly suitable for those readers (medical, dental, allied health science students) who require an easy-to-use quick reference review of basic clinical anatomy which is ideal for exam preparation purposes, or as a stand alone text for first-time students embarking on a clinical anatomy course. One of the most impressive features of Snell’s Illustrated Review is the widespread utilisation of detailed tables and figures which enhance the memorisation of anatomical facts and simplify the learning process. Undoubtedly, many students struggle to assimilate the elaborate and at times seemingly inexhaustive amount of information commonly encountered in anatomy lectures – particularly the complex intricacies of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. However, Snell’s text manages to present concise yet thorough descriptions of muscles and their origins, insertions, nerve supplies and actions, as well as nicely summarising cranial nerves and the branches of the various plexi and their distributions in a highly accessible manner. Each chapter concludes with an extensive bank of National Board type questions which come complete with both answers and explanation which facilitate test-taking skills and enhance critical thinking. Current diagnostic imaging techniques (radiographs, CT scans, MRIs and sonograms) are also included to demonstrate anatomy as it is often viewed from a clinical perspective. In summary, Clinical Anatomy – An Illustrated Review with Questions and Explanations is an impressive streamlined yet comprehensive anatomical reference which may be used as a high-yield refresher/revision tool in its own right or as a companion resourse to the highly successful parent book, Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students.
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