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This is the 4th edition with a publication date of 1/8/2010.
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Worth buying March 19, 2011
This is a great streamlined anatomy textbook that gives the key take-home points. This is the condensed version of Clinically Oriented Anatomy. The diagrams and pictures are taken straight from the bigger text, as well as almost all of the chapter material. It looks so much smaller because the font and pictures are a little smaller. There is plenty of information inside, and it can be used to delve more in depth on any particular topic. This textbook contains all the most important information you need to know about the systems.
Essential Clinical Anatomy: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Essential Clinical Anatomy, Fourth Edition presents the core anatomical concepts found in Clinically Oriented Anatomy, Sixth Edition in a concise, easy-to-read, and student-friendly format. This streamlined book that includes clinical Blue Boxes, surface anatomy, and medical imaging is an excellent review for the larger text and an ideal primary text for shorter medical courses and/or health professions courses with brief coverage of anatomy. The Fourth Edition features a modified layout with new and improved artwork. The clinical Blue Boxes are now grouped to reduce interruption of text and are categorized with icons to promote easier comprehension of clinical information. Expanded chapter introductory material includes Clinical Objectives and references to online case studies. A companion Website includes fully searchable online text, interactive cases, and USMLE-style questions. Online faculty resources include an Image Bank and a Question Bank.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Thorax 2. Abdomen 3. Pelvis and Perineum 4. Back 5. Lower Limb 6. Upper Limb 7. Head 8. Neck 9. Cranial Nerves