The new 16th edition of Cunningham's has been thoroughly revised for the modern-day anatomy student. The language has been simplified for easy understanding making this textbook ideal for students at undergraduate levels. Each dissection reflects current medical school teaching and is now broken down into clear step-by-step instructions. New learning features prepare students for the dissection lab, university examinations and clinical practice. Completely updated full colour artwork brings the friendly explanations to life.
Following a logical structure, each chapter explains in a clear friendly manner the key knowledge expected of students. Improved diagrams with clear labelling and full colour illustrate key anatomical features bringing the text to life. Learning objectives introduce each dissection and clear step-by-step instructions make it easy to follow in the dissection lab.
Throughout the book new clinical application boxes and radiology images explain how anatomy relates to clinical medical practice. At the end of each part, multiple-choice questions allow students to quickly review their knowledge before checking the answers in the appendix.
Student friendly and richly illustrated this new edition of Cunningham's brings expert anatomical teaching to the modern day student of medicine, dentistry and allied health sciences. Retaining the trustworthy authority of the previous editions, this sixteenth edition offers a contemporary account of this excellent practical anatomy book.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
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About the Author
Rachel Koshi is Professor and Head of Department of Anatomy in Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Chittoor, India. She began her career in Anatomy in Christian Medical College, Vellore, India, where she taught Anatomy for more than 20 years and headed the Anatomy Department for eight years. Later she worked with Cornell University, New York, as Professor and Head of Anatomy in Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar for nine years, before returning to India and taking up her current post at Apollo. In the past she has served as an expert reviewer for Gray's Anatomy, Gray's Anatomy for Students, and Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank Netter.
Table of Contents
1. General Introduction
The upper limb
2. Introduction to the upper limb
3. The pectoral region and axilla
4. The back
5. The free upper limb
6. The shoulder
7. The arm
8. The forearm and hand
9. The joints of the upper limb
10. The nerves of the upper limb
11. MCQs for part 1: the upper limb
The lower limb
12. Introduction to the lower limb
13. The front and medial side of thigh
14. The gluteal region
15. The popliteal fossa
16. The back of the thigh
17. The hip joint
18. The leg and the foot
19. The joints of the lower limb;
20. The nerves of the lower limb
21. MCQs for part 2: the lower limb
Answers to MCQs