Instant AnatomyBook - 2005
Indispensable dip-in revision aid
Instant Anatomy is quite different from other anatomy books available. It presents the fundamental anatomical information needed for clinical practice in an easily accessible dip-in format.
Each topic is concisely displayed in a double-page spread to provide a unique anatomical approach across systems. This logical and intuitive approach emphasizes the anatomical relationships needed for cross sectional scanning and computer generated reconstructional imaging. It allows structures such as blood vessels and nerves to be seen in their entirety instead of regionally as they are so often described in standard textbooks.
This edition has been updated and expanded to include more on the foramina chapter.
- junior doctors and MRCP / MRCS candidates
- medical students on clinical attachments
- nurses and other allied health professionals
Whitaker (anatomy, U. of Cambridge, UK) and Borley, a consultant colorectal surgeon from the UK, offer a text on the fundamentals of anatomy that is meant as a quick reference for those who already have a working knowledge of the subject. Topics are contained to a two-page spread, with illustrations on one page and an explanation on the other. This edition has been updated and expanded to include added material on foramina and a new section on surface anatomy, based on common clinical usage and frequently asked questions in student final examinations and the MRCS. Some illustrations have been added. The book is intended for junior doctors and MRCP/MRCS candidates, medical students, nurses, and other allied health professionals. There is no index or bibliography. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)