This set of volumes is a companion to a program, supplemented by lectures and dissection, on the study of human anatomy. Each volume highlights important general concepts of anatomy and lists the structures in context that must be understood in a study program. The coverage caters for the needs of students of medical and paramedical disciplines. Emphasis is on carefully organizing major regions and promoting focused active learning through accurate labeling of anatomical drawings and posing clinical questions.
Volume 1: Summary of Joints; Peripheral Nerves; Upper Limb; Joints of the Free Upper Limb; Nerve Lesions of Upper Limb; Some Clinical Problems with Ramifications in the Entire Upper Limb; Study Checklist of the Lower Limb; Anterior and Medial Aspects of the Thigh; Gluteal Region and Posterior Aspect of the Thigh; Hip Joint, Popliteal Fossa and Back of the Leg; Anterior and Lateral Aspects of the Leg, Dorsum of the Foot and Knee Joint; The Foot; Sole of the Foot; Tibiofibular Joint, Ankle Joint and Joints of the Foot; Joints of Foot; Clinical Anatomy of Major Nerves of the Lower Limb; Anatomy of Some Clinical Problems Involving the Blood Vessels of the Lower Limb; Notes on Locomotion; Segmental Innervation of Muscles -- Myotomes; Comparison of the Upper and Lower Limbs (after R J Last); Back of the Neck and Trunk; Lymphatic System of the Limbs;