Jan 262022

This book is a concise guide to surface and radiological anatomy for undergraduate medical students. Divided into two sections, the first part introduces surface anatomy with a clinical perspective, followed by surface marking of various structures and organs in the thorax, abdomen, head and neck, and upper and lower limb. The second section provides an overview of radiology and discussion on new imaging techniques. The final chapters describe radiological anatomy of the same structures and organs as in part one. Each topic is explained in depth with applied anatomy, clinical findings and pathologies, differential diagnoses and surgical techniques. Key learning points are highlighted in boxes. The practical text is enhanced by nearly 200 anatomical diagrams and radiological images to assist learning. Key Points * Concise guide to surface and radiological anatomy for undergraduates * Covers various structures and organs throughout the body * Key points highlighted in boxes * Includes nearly 200 diagrams and radiological photographs
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