Focusing on the essentials, McMinn's Concise Human Anatomy is a convenient, portable guide and revision aid. The clear, jargon-free text is supported by high-quality, labelled photographs of cadaver dissections and surface anatomy, radiologicalimages captured using the latest technologies and explanatory line diagrams, all redrawn for this edition. Providing full explanations of difficult anatomical relationships, and highlighting features of clinical significance throughout, this second editionremains an invaluable guide for students of anatomy across the medical and health sciences, and a handy reference for the busy clinician.
Concise - delivers the essential facts without overwhelming the student new to anatomical studies with unnecessary detail
Clinically relevant - ideal for the medical and health science student, points of key clinical significance are highlighted clearly throughout the text
Dual purpose - use as a rapid reference in the clinical setting and as an aide memoire in the run up to final and other qualifying examinations, including questions for self assessment
Readable - designed and written with clarity and precision
Authoritative - updated by a highly-regarded international author team, drawing on the text of the original author, the world-renowned anatomist Ralph McMinn
Body form and function. Bones and joints. Head, neck and vertebral column, Upper limb. Thorax. Abdomen. Pelvis and perineum. Lower limb.
David Heylings, Formerly Clinical Anatomist, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Stephen Carmichael, Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Orthopedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, US
Samuel Leinster, Emeritus Professor of Medical Education, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Janak Saada, Consultant Radiologist, Norfork & Norwich NHS Trusts, UK