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Gray’s Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body, by Drs. Marios Loukas, Brion Benninger, and R. Shane Tubbs, helps you take a clinical approach to the study of anatomy. This unique dissection guide uses full-color photographs rather than anatomical drawings to orient you more quickly in the lab, and points out the clinical significance of each structure and every dissection you make. You will also find valuable information on several emergency procedures used today to further reinforce the clinical correlations. With 1,300+ photos, this resource is a great way to learn or review anatomy and its relevance to clinical practice.

  • Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Compatible with Kindle®, nook®, and other popular devices.
  • Easily relate anatomy structures to clinical conditions and procedures.
  • Perform dissections with confidence by comparing the 1,350 full-color photographs to the cadavers you study.
  • Understand the pertinent anatomy for 18 common emergency procedures such as lumbar puncture and knee aspiration.
  • Depend on the same level of accuracy and thoroughness that have made Gray’s Anatomy the defining reference on this complex subject, thanks to the expertise of Dr. Marios Loukas, a leading authority in the world of clinical anatomy.

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Savoirs
Medecine
Médecine
United States of America
Surgical incision
Coronary artery dissection
SAFETY
Spinal cord
Hand
Argentina
South Africa
Liver
The Only Son
Wedge resection
Midaxillary line
Nose
LMNA
Mouth
Facial muscles
Urogenital triangle
Supine position
Sole (foot)
Inguinal
Common interosseous artery
Vitality
Abdominal wall
Gluteal muscles
Flexor digitorum brevis muscle
Abdominal external oblique muscle
Common carotid artery
Femoral vein
Calvaria
Pectoral muscles
Palpation
Mediastinum
Craniotomy
Hemipelvectomy
Rectus abdominis muscle
Subcutaneous tissue
Spinal cord injury
Peritoneal cavity
Orthopedics
Axilla
Submandibular gland
Dura mater
Blister agent
Orbit (anatomy)
Review
Osteotomy
Physician assistant
Nasal cavity
Bifurcation
Device
Saudi Arabia
Ankle
Parotid gland
Palatine tonsil
Zygomatic bone
Soft tissue
Scissors
Tetralogy of Fallot
Myotomy
Wrist
Mentorship
Chisel
Recipe
Atherosclerosis
Torus
Thoracic cavity
Human pharynx
Outer ear
Middle ear
Arm
Vein
Philadelphia
Cranial nerve
Lung
Artery
Urinary bladder
Tool
Paranasal sinuses
Photography
General surgery
Feedback
Foot
Band
Tongue
Fractures
Collection
Grenada
Pneumothorax
Brain
Neck
Marshal
Forearm
Dissection
Australia
Instruction
Drain
Pelvis
Release
Traction
Fascia
Cortisone
Lip
Jordan
Forceps
Ring
Thorax
Larynx
Surface
Son
Copyright
Air
Muscle

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Date de parution 31 août 2012
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EAN13 9781455712236
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 91 Mo

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Gray's Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body
Marios Loukas, MD, PhD
Professor and Chair, Department of Anatomical Sciences; Dean of Research, School of Medicine, St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies
Brion Benninger, MD, MSc
Professor, Vice Chair, Co-Course Director, Departme nt of Medical Anatomical Sciences, Department of Family Medicine, COMP-Northwest and College of Dental Medicine, Western University of Health Sciences, Lebanon, Ore gon Samaritan Orthopaedic Residency Program Faculty, Samaritan General Surgery Residency Program Faculty, Corvallis, Oregon Department of Surgery, Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Department of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Oregon
R. Shane Tupps, PhD
Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Anatomy, Pediatric Neurosurgery, Children's Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title dage
Codyright
Deication
Preface
Acknowlegments
Reviewers
Section I: Introduction
Chadter 1: Dissection Laboratory Materials, Tools, an Techniques
Materials an Tools
Dissection Techniques
Sdecialize Materials to Highlight Structures
Section II: Back
Chadter 2: Muscles of the Back an Scadula
Before you begin
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 3: Suboccidital Triangle an Sdinal Cor
Laminectomy
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section III: Thorax
Chadter 4: Pectoral Region an Breast
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 5: Lungs, Removal of Heart, an Posterior Meiastinum
Odening the Thoracic Cavity
Removal of Heart
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 6: Heart
Insdection
Dissection of Heart
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section IV: Upper Limb
Chadter 7: Axilla an Arm
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 8: Forearm (Antebrachium)
Before issection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 9: Han
Paldation
Dissection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section V: Abdomen
Chadter 10: Anterior Abominal Wall
Before issection
Paldation
Dissection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 11: Peritoneal Cavity
Dissection
Paldation an ientification of structures (without issection)
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 12: Gastrointestinal Tract
Before issection
Ientification of Different Parts of Stomach
Before issection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 13: Posterior Abominal Wall
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section VI: Pelvis and Perineum
Chadter 14: Pelvis
Miline Hemidelvectomy (Male)
Chadter 15: Perineum
Dissection of the Male Caaver
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section VII: Lower Limb
Chadter 16: Gluteal Region
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 17: Thigh an Leg
Before issection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 18: Leg an Ankle
Chadter 19: Foot
Odtional Dissection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Clinical Addlications
Section VIIII: Head and Neck
Chadter 20: Neck
Before issection
Anatomic Triangles
Neck Dissection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 21: Face
Before issection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 22: Infratemdoral Fossa
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 23: Calvaria, Dural Venous Sinuses, Brain, an Cranial Nerves
Dissection of the Skull
Examination of the Brain
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 24: Orbit
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 25: Ear
Before issection
Odtional Dissection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 26: Nasal Cavity
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 27: Pharynx an Oral Cavity
Insdection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 28: Larynx
Insdection
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Chadter 29: Retrodharyngeal Region an Pharynx
Dissection of Univie Sdecimen
Laboratory Ientification Checklist
Clinical Addlications
Inex
Copyright
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Dedication
I would like to dedicate this book to my brilliant and wonderful wife, Joanna, who has been the bright star of my life. Her continuous support, dedication, love, and affection give me the energy and courage to fulfill all our dreams.
ML
I would like to dedicate this novel text to my lovely wife, Alison, and inquisitive son, Jack, who make each day worthwhile, my clinical and anatomy mentors—Gerald Tresidder, Sir Harold Ellis, and Sir Peter Bell, and to my students and current colleagues—Paul Aversano, Paula Crone, John Pham, Robyn Dreibelbis, William Merbs, Leon Assail, Brian Bell, Lynn Loriaux, Peter Sullivan, Richard Mullins, and Donald Trunkey
BB
I would like to thank my wife, Susan, and son, Isaiah, for their support and patience during the writing of this book. All that I do, I do for them. I also want to dedicate this book in memory of my brother-in-law, Nelson Jones, whose intellect, engagement of others, and curiosity about life have been examples for me.
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