Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy 8th Edition PDF Free Download
This new 8th edition based on the original McMinn Colour Atlas (1977) has now been updated and integrated with modern imaging anatomy, clinical case studies and 3D videos of most anatomical structures. Over the last 40 years (8 edi-tions) the original book has moved with the times and ben-efited from the anatomical expertise of many international stars including Ralph Hutchings, Bari Logan and Professors John Pegington (UK), Sandy Marks (USA) and Hanno Boon (RSA) – all who made their own separate unique contribu-tions (see the sixth and seventh edition dedications and prefaces in the Student Consult
For over 25 years Peter Abrahams has been the driving force keeping the first ever full-colour photographic dissection atlas so relevant today; with updates on clinical practice and modern techniques, as well as the addition of numerous radiological modalities. This edition brings new coloured dissections, most of which were performed at the 3rd Hanno Boon Masterclass, held in 2016 at SGU, Grenada (see photo in the Acknowledgements). Marios Loukas from Grenada, WI and Albert van Schoor from Pretoria, RSA – two younger generation academic anatomists – have now been working with Jonathan Spratt, our consultant radiologist, to keep this atlas on the international cutting edge of anatomy as integrated into clinical medicine.
This is best illustrated by the clinical topics displayed as bullets at the bottom of each page as a guide to over 2000 clinical photographs and case vignettes plus 250+3D videos, all of which are in the Student Consult eBook (www.student-consult.com). This unique feature for any anatomical dissec-tion atlas is the combined cases from Abrahams and Spratt plus 120 clinical colleagues from across the globe – see the acknowledgements in the present edition and from the sixth and seventh edition in the Student Consult eBook (www. studentconsult.com). We are truly grateful to all our donors, patients and their doctors for this
unique anatomical trea-sure trove from six continents spanning over 70 years. Another bonus in this 8thedition is a completely new 25-page neuroanatomy and cranial nerve section, with many new dissections and brain cross-sections matched with MR scans to show the cranial nerves in situ. Lastly, but not least, we have improved chapter 7 on Lymphatic – difficult to see in the dissection room but essential to the clinical
understand-ing of disease, especially cancer spread. We have expanded and coloured much of the lymphatic section to illustrate this most important system clinically but which is rarely actually dissected in atlases and texts.
Paperback: 393 pages
8th ed. edition (March 6, 2019)
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