Anatomy for Dental Students / Edition 3

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This volume provides dental students with an understanding of the gross, neurological, and developmental anatomy underlying dentistry and its major specialties. Emphasis is placed on the structure, function, development, and growth of the oral cavity and its surroundings, while aspects of anatomy which are necessary for an understanding of the general morphology and function of the body are also stressed. Wherever possible adult human structure is explained on developmental or comparative grounds, and clinical applications are included when they stem directly from anatomical structure. The second edition includes a revised and updated section on neuroanatomy, as well as many full-color illustrations and a useful glossary.

Appropriate for: Dental Students.

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Reviewer: Jean-Francois Bedard, DMD (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: This the third edition of a basic introduction to gross and developmental anatomy for dental students.
Purpose: This book is dedicated to dental students and is meant to provide a textbook containing all the gross anatomy necessary for the practice of dentistry and its major specialties, with an emphasis on head and neck, thorax, and nervous system. It is assumed that the reader is taking or has taken a practical course in topographical anatomy, preferably one based on dissection.
Audience: Graduates preparing for board exams and/or certification exams and postgraduate students will find this practical textbook useful.
Features: With the exception of a few reproductions of radiographs, this book contains exclusively anatomical schematic representations, some of them in color. The book includes an introduction, developmental anatomy, thorax, head and neck, central nervous system, and appendixes. The anatomy of the dentition, the limbs, and the abdomen were deliberately omitted. An introduction to radiological anatomy of the head is featured.
Assessment: The original concepts behind many illustrations are extremely interesting and lead to an "easy to understand, thus to remember" approach to anatomy. A good review of the systems is presented; the sections on head and neck anatomy and cranial nerves are particularly well constructed and presented.
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From the second edition:"An excellent book...clearly written by teachers who understand the specialized needs of dental students in anatomy."-- International Dental Journal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780192626738
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 12/26/1996
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 9.88 (w) x 8.38 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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Table of Contents

Sect. 1 Introduction 1
1 The study of anatomy 3
2 Locomotor and nervous systems 6
3 Circulatory system 17
4 Respiratory and digestive systems 21
5 Fascia and skin 25
Sect. 2 Developmental anatomy 27
1 Introduction and the first three weeks 29
2 Development of heart, circulatory, and respiratory systems 36
3 Development of the head and neck 45
4 Development of the skeletal system 53
5 Development of the central nervous system 59
6 Postnatal growth and the growth of the skull 66
Sect. 3 Thorax 75
1 Surface anatomy and thoracic cage 77
2 Thoracic muscles and diaphragm 83
3 Pleural cavities and lungs 87
4 The mediastinum, pericardium, and heart 92
5 Chest radiographs 104
Sect. 4 Head and neck 107
1 Skull 109
2 Interior of cranial cavity 131
3 Superficial structures of head and neck 140
4 Orbit 165
5 Nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses 171
6 Infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae 174
7 Oral cavity and related structures 181
8 Pharynx, soft palate, and larynx 194
9 Mastication, swallowing, and speech 205
10 Radiological anatomy of the head 214
Sect. 5 Central nervous system 219
1 Introduction 221
2 Spinal cord 223
3 Brainstem 229
4 Cerebrum 237
5 Major sensory and motor systems 245
6 Cranial nerves III to XII 254
App. 1 Anatomy of intravenous and intramuscular therapy 263
App. 2 Development of eye 265
App. 3 Development of ear 267
Glossary 270
Index 272
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