Textbook of Anatomy (Volume 3)

by Inderbir Singh

The Textbook of Anatomy – Volume Three represents detailed discussion and clinical correlations on human anatomical structures. Each chapter of this volume is widely illustrated with 4-coloured, easy-to-understand illustrations, which the students can easily draw during their examinations. Major topics of discussion include vertebral column, atlanto-axial joints, parotid region, infratemporal regions, blood vessels, cranial cavity, vertebral canal, infrahyoid muscles, lymph nodes, cervical nerves, eyeball, oral cavity, endocrine glands, intracranial venous sinuses, brainstem, diencephalon, visual pathway, and the lateral ventricles. The book contains numerous high quality, hand-drawn simple illustrations, which would be self-explanatory for undergraduates as well as postgraduates and can be easily represented during exams. Various important topics are represented in readily comprehensible format, which would make it pretty interesting for the students to understand the concepts of anatomy.

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Author
1. Singh Inderbir
Author's Affiliation
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52, Sector 1, Rohtak, Haryana, India
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52, Sector One, Rohthak, India
ISBN
9789350253830
Speciality
Anatomy
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/11327
Edition
5/e
Publishing Year
2011
Pages
460
Book Type
Textbook

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