- Meiring JH
- ISBN: 9780627024580
- eISBN: N/A
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- 774 Pages | Published: 2000
Human Anatomy presents a regional approach to anatomy and is aimed at the medical and dental student. The authors attempt to comply with the specific clinical needs of the medical and dental undergraduate student by concentrating on applicable clinical anatomy. The curriculum is presented on such a level that postgraduate students, who need to maintain a thorough overview in regions other than that of their specific speciality, will also benefit.
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The upper limb
Chapter 3. The head and neck region
Chapter 4. The brain, spinal cord and related structures
Chapter 5. The thorax - thoraco-abdominal wall and thoracic contents
Chapter 6. The abdomen
Chapter 7. The pelvis, gluteal region and perineum
Chapter 8. The lower limb
Chapter 9. Systematic system integration
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