Inderbir Singh's Textbook of Anatomy (Volume 1)

by Sudha Seshayyan

The scientific study of human body parts and their relationships is known as anatomy. Human anatomy deals with the way the parts of humans, from molecules to bones, interact to form a functional whole. This edition of Inderbir Singh’s Textbook of Anatomy has been prepared keeping the twin factors of the restructuring of medical curriculum and the knowledge expansion in mind. Many of the chapters have been completely revised and rewritten. Clinical correlation has been clearly laid out. Embryological and histological details have been added so as to give the reader a comprehensive picture. Newer features like multiple choice questions and clinical problem-solving have been appended to each chapter in order to provide the reader with the opportunity of self-assessment. This volume is divided into three sections and comprises of total 31 chapters. The first section is on general anatomy which deals with the discussion on science of anatomy, muscles, cartilages and bones, joints, nerves and the nervous system, etc. The objective of second section is to provide an overview on the upper limb including its bones, axilla, scapular region, cubital fossa, joints, nerves, and cross-sectional, radiological and surface anatomy of upper limb. The third and last section of this volume covers the lower limb of human body. Additional features like added information and clinical correlation in any chapter will be of much help not only to the undergraduate students but also to the postgraduates.

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Book Detail

Editor
1. Seshayyan Sudha
Editor's Affiliation
1. Upgraded Institute of Anatomy; Madras Medical College, Chennai
ISBN
9789351529637
Speciality
Anatomy
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/12667
Edition
6/e
Publishing Year
2016
Pages
464
Book Type
Textbook

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