Richard Snell Clinical Anatomy 4th edition
This Richard Snell Clinical Anatomy 4th edition book is written for medical, dental, allied health students, and nurses who are preparing for examinations. It is also for students during their clinical clerkships and for interns who require a quick review of basic clinical anatomy.
This Richard Snell Clinical Anatomy 4th edition Review and Question explanation have been modified to reflect the reduced amount of material required in modern curricula. No longer is anatomic detail described that cannot be used in relation to patients for the purpose of making diagnoses and instituting appropriate treatment. To further emphasize this theme, the review questions at the end of each chapter are increasingly centered around patients in a clinical setting. Again, I thank the many students and instructors for their written comments on how this book could be improved to satisfy their needs.The clinical anatomy has been presented in a condensed form with numerous simple diagrams, radiographs, CT scans, MRI studies, and sonograms.
Richard Snell Clinical Anatomy 4th edition Review and Question explanation
The extensive use of tables simplifies the learning of muscles and their actions and nerve supplies and assists in the memorization of the distribution of cranial and peripheral nerves. To emphasize clinical relevance, short clinical notes are highlighted by the use of icons, and the notes are enclosed in a gray box. For a more extensive review, this Richard Snell Clinical Anatomy 4th edition Review and Question explanation book can be used in conjunction with the 7th edition of Clinical Anatomy, also published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.