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by G.L. Colborn,J.E. Skandalak

Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: G.L. Colborn,J.E. Skandalak
ISBN: 1850705224
ISBN13: 978-1850705222
Language: English
Publisher: Informa Healthcare; 1 edition (December 15, 1993)
Pages: 581
Fb2 eBook: 1867 kb
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Colborn, Gene L; Skandalakis, John Elias, 1920 .

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This text is designed to provide the medical and health science student with a laboratory dissection manual and self-study questions for regional study of the human body. It integrates anatomical facts with the actual appearance and characteristics of the structures exposed. ISBN13:9781850705222. Release Date:December 1993.

January 1994 · Clinical Anatomy. Additional references from the studies and treatises included held in the Historical Section of the Medical Library at the University of Padova were checked manually for pertinent information. The known variants of Brunetti's chisels were here reported in detail from the first to the third versions produced and intended for both posterior (first and third prototypes) and anterior (second prototype) vertebral dissection. Further evolution that led to the current commercialized model devoted to posterior use also was described.

My only anatomy class up until this point was one semester of basic anatomy in high school and atlas of clinical gross anatomy makes it seem like ive been studying it for years!

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Divided into 20 color-coded sections, more than 320 cards cover all of the body systems with a vivid mix of illustrations, tables, case studies, quizzes and labeling exercises.

20. Salvioli, . Bovara, . Barbara, . De Ponti, . Stanghellini, . Tonini, . Guerrini, . Cremon, . Degli Esposti, . Koumandou, . Corinaldesi, . Sternini, C. & De Giorgio, R. Neurology and neuropathology of the pancreatic innervation. Langerhans, P. Contributions to the Microscopic Anatomy of the Pancreas (1869), (The Johns Hopkins Hosp. Press, Berlin, 1937).

Combines within one book a human anatomy text, a laboratory dissector, & question & answer review...integrates anatomical facts with the actual appearance & characteristics of the structures exposed.
Comments to eBook Clinical Gross Anatomy: A Guide for Dissection Study and Review
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I am a first year medical student and this book is one of three required textbooks for gross anatomy. I was not satisfied by the content of this book for several reasons. First, there were not enough diagrams to facilitate comprehension of the text. Without fail, I found it necessary to rely on Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, another of our required textbooks. In addition, the drawings were black and white and were not labeled clearly. The information was not presented in an orderly fasion. It was disjointed and difficult to follow. For example, many of the diagrams were labeled with one term while the corresponding text used a different and interchangeable term. These types of inconsistencies were frustrating to deal with. By the end of the semester I found myself relying on the other two text books and notes from class lectures as my main sources of information.
However, this book was necessary for gross anatomy class simply because it provided instruction for proper disection of the cadaver, information that could not be obtained from any of the other recomended resources for the class. If it were not for this reason, I could have done without this book.
Celen
I just finished taking Gross Anatomy at my medical school. Luckily for me, I was privileged to have been taught this course by Dr. Colborn himself. I felt that reading this book was almost as if Dr. Colborn were right there reinforcing the facts that he had lectured on in class. I greatly appreciated especially the fact that the book was written from a very clinical perspective - which to me is of much more value than simply having only read a dissecting guide or textbook of facts.
I highly recommend this book to any medical school student that wishes to have not only a great dissecting instructional guide but also a very informative lesson in medical gross anatomy.
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