Illustrated Clinical Anatomy, Second Edition

Peter H. Abrahams, John L. Craven, John S.P. Lumley

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June 24, 2011 by CRC Press
Textbook - 400 Pages - 628 Color & 183 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781444109252 - CAT# K17851

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  • Fully in line with the recently published core syllabus of the Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland in addition to that of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists
  • Greater emphasis on covering common diseases
  • New coverage and illustrations for many topics including aneurysms, diabetic neuropathy, stroke, uterine fibroids and prolapse, scoliosis and whiplash injuries
  • More embryology
  • Clearer orientation throughout and an increased level of cross-referencing between text and figures
  • Many new and improved images including additional prosections, the latest imaging technologies and new laparoscopic views
  • Expanded self-assessment sections including new EMQs


Joint winner - Richard Asher Prize for the best new medical textbook, RSM/Society of Authors Book Awards 2005
Highly commended in the 2005 BMA Medical Book Awards: Basic and Clinical Sciences category

"A wonderful book, very appropriate, written with extremely good, didactic and smart illustrations! Clinical anatomy at its best!" - Dr Ludmilla Stane, Institute for Anatomy, Dusseldorf.

The publication of this new textbook in 2005 represented a major advance in the integration of anatomy teaching with the study of clinical medicine. This new edition builds on this well-received approach, bringing the content entirely up to date with increased emphasis on the conditions most commonly encountered by medical students and junior clinicians in training.

Structured by body region, each chapter includes plentiful clinical photographs and images supplementing the high-quality anatomical diagrams, using the best modality to demonstrate anatomical relevance. Highlighted descriptions of clinical relevance emphasise the integrated approach so central to current teaching practice, and facilitated by the wealth of both clinical and anatomical experience of the distinguished author team.

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