The book presents a comprehensive coverage of the prenatal development of human body. The text is organized into three sections covering general embryology systemic embryology and applied embryology. The salient feature of this book are : Provides an exhaustive and thorough exposition of human embryology. Includes more than 600 diagrams to provide an in-depth understanding of the subject. Highlights the clinical correlates of normal human development and various congenital anomalies. Chapter organization style makes it possible to conceptualize and reproduce the complex matter in a simple and easy way. Attractive color format enhances the lucidity. Written with full dedication and missionary zeal to pay homage to Dr BO Chaurasia and to full fill his unrealized dream. Edited with a passion by an experienced and renowned teacher and author/editor of several books in anatomy. All these features make this an indispensable textbook for medical and dental students.
BRS Embryology, Fifth Edition is a succinct outline-format review for USMLE and course exams, with review questions at the end of each chapter and a comprehensive USMLE-style examination at the end of the book. The text outlines the important facts and concepts tested on the USMLE, within the context of human embryologic development. The book also includes radiographs, sonograms, computed tomography scans, and photographs of various congenital malformations. This edition has been updated and includes new, additional USMLE-style questions. Clinical images have been placed closer to the relevant text.
This book was first published in 1976 and since then has been widely accepted as the leading textbook on Human Embryology. The secret of its long-standing popularity lies in its readability, concise and clear text, and a profusion of simple but informative illustrations. The book presents essential concepts in human development, intended for use of medical students during their study of Anatomy, Pathology, Development Biology and Paediatrics. Each chapter opens with Highlights, followed by descriptions of normal development of particular systems in a systematic manner and concludes with ‘Time-table’ of events of development.
Keith L. Moore, T. V. N. Persaud, and Mark G. Torchia’s The Developing Human Brain: Clinically Oriented Embryology, published by Elsevier, is a comprehensive book for medical students, specializing in the subject. It includes access to unique animations! The book comprises of various topics in embryology, along with a large number of detailed illustrations, explained in simple and lucid language for better comprehension.
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This is a premier text and reference for students and professionals in the medical instrumentation area. It provides a comprehensive overview of the basic concepts of medical instrumentation showing the interdisciplinary nature of Bioinstrumentation. This book enlists information on infant apnea monitors, impedance pneumography, the design of cardiac pacemakers and disposable defibrillator electrodes and their standards.
• This book has been written from the perspective of medical people in simple language with very little mathematical formulas and examples.
• A great boon to medical students both undergraduates and postgraduates who want to be self- significant in statistical analysis. It is a book that every medical person and medical college library must possess.
• This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. In this context the chapter “Computer Application in Biostatistical Analysis: An SPSS Manual” has been added.
• Use of computers for which special chapter has been added in brief has greatly facilitated the analysis of the work done in medical field and biosciences too.
Fully revised for its second edition, the Oxford Handbook of Mental Health Nursing is the indispensable resource for all those caring for patients with mental health problems. Practical, concise, and up-to-date with the latest guidelines, practice, and initiatives, this handbook is designed to allow essential information to be quickly accessible to nurses in a busy clinical setting.
The new, 5th Edition of Endocrine Secrets, by Michael McDermott, MD, continues the tradition of the highly popular Secrets Series. A two-color page layout, question-and-answer approach, and chapter containing the "Top 100 Secrets" offer a quick and current overview of essential knowledge in endocrinology. Updates throughout equip you with cutting-edge coverage, while new contributors present the latest perspectives. A wealth of user-friendly featuresincluding valuable pearls, tips, and memory aidshelp you to learn more efficiently. It all adds up to the perfect concise board review or handy clinical resource.
This new edition of one of the most popular books in otolaryngology is now completely updated and expanded. In 89 chapters, the authors cover every virtually every ENT disorder in the clear and engaging "textbook in question and answer" format of The Secrets Series? Ideal for rounds, clinical discussions, examinations, and a great refresher for practitioners.
It is a textbook, written in a compact manner. for the undergraduate and postgraduate students, giving the details of the latest information in the field of ENT diseases. Innumerable visuals, an added attraction of the book, would help the students in learning the subject with its clinical and other aspectS. The book would also be useful for the practitioners.
Introducing the first four volumes in McGraw-Hill's exciting new Clinical Medicine Series. Their unrelenting emphasis on the patient makes the Clinical Medicine Sereis a valuable addition for anyone in the primary care setting, the hospital, or the ambulatory care setting. Their affordable price, easy-to-read design, and internationally-renowned authorship gives the Series a unique place in the literature.