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Gray's Anatomy for Students


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Gray's Anatomy for Students

Message par lion neptune le Mar 12 Juin 2012, 07:49

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Richard Drake, Kenneth Moses, "Gray's Anatomy for Students"
English | 2005 | ISBN: 0443067023, 0443069522 | 1136 pages | CHM | 62 MB
Gray’s Anatomy for Students is a new and wholly original textbook of
anatomy for medical and health professional students. Designed to be
suitable for any type of curriculum, Gray’s Anatomy for Students
presents the essentials of clinical anatomy in a way that furthers
complete understanding and firmly relates the study of anatomy to the
clinical practice of medicine. Organized by region, the book provides,
in each chapter, a conceptual overview that describes the function of
structures within that region.

The regional anatomy is described with frequent discussion of clinical
relevance and illustrated with many imaging studies and an outstanding
art program. Each chapter also contains a unique section on Surface
Anatomy with outstanding photographs overlaid with anatomic diagrams –
the focus of which is to relate anatomy to the physical examination of
patients and the performance of medical procedures which require a
knowledge of anatomy. Clinical Cases are used throughout to illustrate
the relevance of anatomy to the practice of clinical medicine.

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Re: Gray's Anatomy for Students

Message par Invité le Mar 12 Juin 2012, 19:00


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