Originally published as part of the McMinn anatomy atlas family, Head & Neck Anatomy remains the only large format photographic atlas of the human head and neck, incorporating outstanding dissections, osteology, radiographic and surface anatomy images. It is the ideal reference for study or exam review.
The more complex dissections are accompanied by orientational artworks (so the user can locate the structure on the body) and the book incorporates notes and commentaries on every dissection. Reference lists and dental anaesthesia information are incorporated into appendices at the back of the book.
This updated edition features heightened clinical relevance and an entirely new chapter on Imaging of the Head and Neck, reflecting the very latest modalities and techniques.. It also comes with the complete enhanced eBook for the first time.
- Increased clinical relevance - helps translate traditional anatomy into current clinical practice
- All new state-of-the-art clinical imaging - including:
- 3T MRI of the brain with tractography
- Cone-beam CT assessment of the jaws and middle ear
- Access to complete downloadable eBook version via Expert Consult (with the printed book)
- Bonus e-only clinical photographs and imaging
- Concise notes and commentaries for every dissection
- Dedicated dental section
By Bari M. Logan, MA FMA Hon MBIE MAMAA, Formerly University Prosector, Department of Anatomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK;Prosector, Department of Anatomy, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, UK; Anatomical Preparator, Department of Human Morphology, University of Nottingham Medical School, Nottingham, UK; Patricia Reynolds, BDS MBBS MAODE(Open) PhD EDSRC, Senior Lecturer, Department of Maxillofacial Surgery, Guy's Thomas'Dental Institute, London, UK; Scott Rice, MBBS BDS(Hons) MA ClinEd AKC MFDSRCS(Eng) FHEA, Academic Clinical Fellow / Specialty Registrar, University College London Hospitals NHS Trust, London Deanery, UK and Ralph T. Hutchings, Photographer and Contributor to www.VisualsUnlimited.com; Formerly Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer, Royal College ofSurgeons of England, London, UK