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Sobotta Atlas of Anatomy, Vol. 3, 17th ed., English/Latin

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ISBN: 9780702067679
Published: 2023
Publisher: Urban & Fischer
Language: English
Format: Hardback
Description
<p>MORE THAN AN ATLAS</p> <p>Studying anatomy is fun! Recognising the structures on the dissection, understanding their relationships and gaining an overview of how they work together assures confident study and transition into clinical practice.</p> <p>The Sobotta Atlas shows authentic illustrations of the highest quality, drawn from genuine specimens, guaranteeing the best preparation for the gross anatomy class and attestation.</p> <p>Sobotta focuses on the basics, making it totally comprehensive. Every tiny structure has been addressed according to current scientific knowledge and can be found in this atlas. Themes relevant to exams and sample questions from oral anatomy exams help to focus the study process.</p> <p>The Sobotta Atlas is the optimal learning atlas for studying, from the first semester till the clinical semester. Case studies present examples and teach clinical understanding. Clinical themes and digressions into functional anatomy are motivating and impart valuable information for prospective medical practice.</p> <p>With over 100 years of experience in 17 editions and thousands of unique anatomical illustrations, Sobotta achieves ongoing success.</p> <p>The volume <b><i>Head, Neck and Neuroanatomy</i></b> contains the chapters:</p> <p><b>Head</b> Overview - Skeleton and joints - Adipose tissue and scalp - Musculture ?? Topography - Neurovascular pathways - Nose - Mouth and oral cavity - Salivary glands</p> <p><b>Eye </b>Development - Skeleton - Eyelids - Lacrimal gland and lacrimal apparatus - Muscles of the eye - Topography - Eyeball - Visual pathway</p> <p><b>Ear </b>Overview - Outer ear - Middle ear - Auditory tube - Inner ear - Hearing and equilibrium</p> <p><b>Neck</b> Overview - Musculature - Pharynx - Larynx - Thyroid gland - Topography</p> <p><b>Brain and spinal cord</b> Development - General principles - Brain ?? Meninges and blood supply - Cerebral areas - Cranial nerves - Spinal cord - Sections</p>

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