Author: Patrick W. Tank,Thomas R. Gest,William E. Burkel
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Featuring more than 750 new images, this reference offers a combination of visual aesthetic appeal and anatomical accuracy. Includes an online interactive atlas, including fully searchable legends and labels along with electronic flash cards.
Now in its 25th year, this best-selling work is the only neuroanatomy atlas to integrate neuroanatomy and neurobiology with extensive clinical information. It combines full-color anatomical illustrations with over 200 MRI, CT, MRA, and MRV images to clearly demonstrate anatomical-clinical correlations. This edition contains many new MRI/CT images and is fully updated to conform to Terminologia Anatomica. Fifteen innovative new color illustrations correlate clinical images of lesions at strategic locations on pathways with corresponding deficits in Brown-Sequard syndrome, dystonia, Parkinson disease, and other conditions. The question-and-answer chapter contains over 235 review questions, many USMLE-style. Interactive Neuroanatomy, Version 3, an online component packaged with the atlas, contains new brain slice series, including coronal, axial, and sagittal slices.
Author: Johannes Wilhelm Rohen,Chihiro Yokochi,Elke Lütjen-Drecoll
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This Color Atlas of Anatomy features full-color photographs of actual cadaver dissections, with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic images. The photographs depict anatomic structures with a realism unmatched by illustrations in traditional atlases and show students specimens as they will appear in the dissection lab. Chapters are organized by region in order of standard dissection, with structures presented both in a systemic manner, from deep to surface, and in a regional manner. This edition has additional clinical imaging, including MRIs, CTs, and endoscopic techniques. New graphics include clinically relevant nerve and vessel varieties and antagonistic muscle functions. Many older images have been replaced with new, high-resolution images. Black-and-white dissection photographs have been replaced with color photography. A companion website will include an Image Bank, interactive software (similar to an Interactive Atlas), and full text online.
Regional Micro-Anatomy and Systemic Acupuncture Networks
Author: Chang Sok Suh
Publisher: CRC Press
Acupuncture Anatomy: Regional Micro-Anatomy and Systemic Acupuncture Networks integrates Western and Eastern medicine, providing a scientific foundation to acupuncture. By correlating detailed anatomical information with specific acupuncture points, the book opens a window into understanding the physiological basis of acupuncture medicine. Each acupuncture point is described in terms of musculature, vasculature, and innervation. Special consideration is also given to the position of organs, muscles, nerves, arteries, and veins with respect to the acupuncture point. A separate section is devoted to cross sections of the human body. The book is divided into four major parts. The first part discusses the underlying principles of traditional Oriental medicine and acupuncture. The second covers the pathophysiology of the organ systems. The third reviews various disease etiologies and the last part presents common diseases that are effectively treated through acupuncture. Written by an author with degrees in both Western and Eastern medicine, the book’s bulleted format and numerous illustrations make it easy to read and understand. It is a valuable companion for those wanting to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western medicine, as it relates to acupuncture.
Renowned for its accuracy, pedagogy, and clinical relevance, this classic anatomy atlas is updated and features such improvements as updated artwork, more vital tissues colors, new conceptual diagrams, vibrantly re-colored illustrations, and a more consistent art style.
An understanding of acu-points is vital not only for acupuncturists but also for bodyworkers. This user-friendly manual contains current, comprehensive information for both groups, with special emphasis on how shiatsu and tuina therapists can best utilize “point knowledge” in their practice. Renowned experts Chris Jarmey and Ilaira Bouratinos use succinct text, a well-organized framework, and detailed color anatomical illustrations to clarify the complexities of acu-points. In keeping with normal practice, the authors give the precise anatomical location of a point and illustrate it with a dot, along with alternative locations where relevant. However, the book goes further by delineating the larger area where the point can be activated by pressure, gua sha, and other means. In addition, it explains the optimum physical position for treatment via acupuncture, acupressure, and other strategies, as treatment positions can vary according to the method of point stimulation. The book also documents the distribution of sensation resulting from point stimulation, and differentiates between pressure and needle application where appropriate. A Practical Guide to Acu-Points presents a wealth of carefully researched information equally valuable for professionals, students, and conscientious practitioners.
Most muscular aches and pains are caused or affected by untreated “trigger points,” localized tender spots in muscles. Understanding and treating these points can lead to rapid and lasting pain relief. Trigger point therapy is a powerful tool in the management of both acute and chronic pain, including such common problems as headaches, TMJ syndrome, and back pain. The Concise Book of Trigger Points has set the gold standard for providing a clear understanding of the treatment of trigger points. Designed for the student and practitioner of massage/bodywork, physical therapy, physiotherapy, osteopathy, sports therapy, and any other health-related field, it functions both as an entry-level textbook and an authoritative reference for even the most experienced therapist. This updated third edition includes new self-help and practitioner treatment guidelines for each muscle discussed, covering cutting-edge trigger point theory and practice. The opening chapters describe the basics of trigger points and include detailed therapeutic protocols. Chapters seven through twelve are organized by muscle groups, with detailed color illustrations of each major skeletal muscle. In addition, respected osteopath Simeon Niel-Asher discusses the physiological implications of the trigger points in each muscle—and techniques for treatment—and addresses the most common pain complaints, including headache, neck pain, shoulder pain, lower back pain, and TMJ syndrome. This is a must-have manual for students, professional hands-on therapists, and those who wish to gain a greater knowledge of trigger point therapy. “This book wonderfully describes the syndromes of myofascial pain that affect the skeletal muscles. The text is clear, with detailed information about the presentation of syndromes in each body region, and the illustrations show the referred pain patterns clearly. Individuals suffering from myofascial pain will find it useful in understanding and managing their symptoms.” --Dr. Bob Gerwin, MD, FAAN Medical Director and President, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland “Simeon Niel-Asher has improved on an already wonderfully descriptive book on myofacial pain, trigger points, and syndromes. The text is clear, the diagrams excellent and the overall result is an excellent resource.” --Dr. Simon Vulfsons, MD, Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Pain Management Director, the Institute for Pain Medicine, Rambam Health Care Campus, Haifa, Israel “This book is a must-have for manual therapists serious about their craft, as well as for serious self-treaters who want to take their level of understanding and treatment independence to a higher level. The book is extremely well organized, well written, and concise. The illustrations are beautiful and accurate.” --Jonathan Reynolds, Director, TOLA systems.
It is always reinforcing and rewarding for an author when the publisher of a book requests another edition. I have now had this pleasure fi ve times aft er the fi rst edition of this atlas was published 34 years ago in 1975. Previous editions, as well as this edition, have benefi ted greatly by the many suggestions from colleagues and especially students. Students oft en approach this in a thoughtful subtle manner. First, the student may say how much he or she has learned from the book and give praise to the nature and color of the fi gures and then point out a mistaken label in one of the fi gures that may not have caught my eye. Of course, I am always grateful for these suggestions. In this edition, I have added many new fi gures—for example, 14 new fi gures on 5 plates dealing with the brachial plexus. At the same time, a few fi gures that did not prove to be excellent teaching items have been removed. Perhaps the most important change in the book is the addition of a signifi cant number of X-rays, CT scans, and ultrasound scans. I am most grateful to Edward J. H. Nathanial, M.D., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor at the University of Winnipeg School of Medicine in Canada, for providing at least 15 fi gures of clinical signifi cance. Several fi gures also were contributed by Dr. G.L. Colborn, Emeritus Professor from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. I have also had the pleasure of discussions with Dr. James D. Collins, Professor of Radiologic Sciences here at UCLA. I thank Dr. Constantine Karakousis, Professor of Surgery and Chief of Surgical Oncology at the University of Buff alo in Buff alo, New York, for the use of several of his fi gures and for comments on the clinical importance of several plates. Certain X-rays from Dr. Lothar Wicke’s 6th English edition of Atlas of Radiologic Anatomy, edited by Dr. Anna Taylor here at UCLA, were also used. Th ere are more than 200 plates of clinical importance in this atlas, and I have benefi ted greatly from my discussions and collaboration with Professor Gerald Buckberg, M.D., Professor of Cardiac Surgery here at UCLA, and the late Dr. F. Torrent Guasp from Madrid, Spain, on the progressive unfolding of cardiac muscle as shown in Plate 186. Th ese studies have given insightful information on the manner by which the heart muscle develops and matures. Most of the fi gures in this atlas come from the Sobotta atlases, recent editions of which have been published by Professor R. Putz in Munich, Germany, and Professor R. Pabst in Hanover, Germany. My deepest appreciation to these two brilliant anatomists knows no bounds. Th eir German editions of Sobotta have been recently reproduced as the 14th English Edition in 2006. A number of drawings, some of which were also used in the 5th edition, were made by a former resident artist here at UCLA, Ms. Jill Penkhus. I am most grateful for her artistic creativity. I am most indebted to the editors at Lippincott Williams & Wilkins in Baltimore, and especially to Ms. Crystal Taylor, with whom I have interacted for more than 20 years on several earlier editions of this atlas, and Ms. Julie Montalbano, the Product Manager of this edition. Here at UCLA, I am privileged to have worked with outstanding associates who form the gross anatomy faculty for both the medical and dental school at this university. Th ese include Dr. Shelley Metten, the Chairperson of the Anatomy Division, and Drs. Robert Trelease, Richard Braun, Joseph Miller, Elena Stark, Yau Shi Lin, Jonathan Wisco, Quynh Pham, Guido Zampighi, David Hovda, Anna Taylor, Robin Fisher, Charles Olmstead, Francesco Chiappelli, and Jayc Sedlmayr. Dr. Sedlmayr is now on the faculty of the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. In my 57 years of active teaching here at UCLA, collectively, these anatomists are the fi nest anatomy colleagues I have ever worked with. Finally, but by no means least, I must say that my wife, Julie, has been a steadfast inspiration to me and my academic life, and I am eternally grateful to her. Carmine D. Clemente Los Angeles, California—October 2009
Written by noted physicians and educators at Thomas Jefferson University, this thoroughly illustrated text/atlas is the most comprehensive guide to physical examination techniques and physical diagnosis. Coverage of each anatomic site includes a review of anatomy, a general screening examination, and specific problem-oriented examinations, plus Teaching Points for physicians who precept medical students. A variety of techniques for each site and problem are shown, so that readers can adapt the examination to the patient. More than 700 illustrations—139 in full color—depict anatomic details, examination techniques, and significant findings. Tables present the evidence basis for various techniques. Annotated bibliographies are also included.
Here’s everything Physical Therapists need to know about medical imaging. This comprehensive guide helps you develop the skills and knowledge you need to accurately interpret imaging studies and understand written reports. Lynn McKinnis, 2009 winner of APTA’s Helen J. Hislop Award for Outstanding Contributions to Professional Literature, guides you every step of the way. Begin with a basic introduction to radiology; then progress to evaluating radiographs and advanced imaging from head to toe. Imaging for commonly seen traumas and pathologies, as well as case studies prepare you to meet the most common to complex challenges in clinical and practice.
Author: Christopher J. Haggerty,Robert M. Laughlin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Atlas of Operative Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is an innovative, multidisciplinary, contemporary surgical atlas covering core aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery, head and neck reconstructive surgery and facial cosmetic surgery. The text is constructed as a procedure-based surgical atlas with special emphasis placed on depicting surgical techniques with high-resolution color illustrations and images. Chapters are written by experts in their field and are designed to provide high-yield information pertaining to procedure indications, contraindications, pertinent anatomy, techniques, post-operative management, complications and key points. Each chapter concludes with a detailed photographic case report illustrating pertinent procedure specifics such as locations for incisions, anatomical planes of dissection, key steps in the procedure, radiographs findings and pre- and postoperative photographs. Procedures are organized by sections to include: dentoalveolar and implant surgery, odontogenic head and neck infections, maxillofacial trauma surgery, orthognathic and craniofacial surgery, tempomandibular joint surgery, infections of the head and neck, facial cosmetic surgery, and pathology and reconstructive surgery. The combination of concise text, more than 1,000 color clinical illustrations and images, and case reports makes the Atlas of Operative Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery a key reference to all oral and maxillofacial surgeons, head and neck surgeons, and facial plastic surgeons and will serve as a foundation for residency training, board certification and the recently implemented recertification examinations.
Lippincott's CONCISE ILLUSTRATED ANATOMY series presents human gross anatomy in an efficient, easy-to-use format by combining core, need-to-know content with detailed atlas-style illustrations. This volume focuses on anatomical structures and functions of the thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and perineum, and includes clinical considerations concerning these important regions. With artwork adopted from the "Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Atlas of Anatomy" as well as new illustrations, understanding the functional and clinical relevance of anatomy has never been more at hand! "Features and benefits . . . "- Outline format balances concise text with comprehensive, detailed artwork for quick and efficient comprehension- Hundreds of full-color, atlas-style illustrations are carefully placed in close relation to relevant text for easy reference- Logical regional sequence reveals continuity among anatomical structures and components; chapters progress inward from superficial layers of the body to deep structures- Clinical Considerations highlight much sought-after clinically relevant information- Detailed tables are distributed at key points throughout chapters- Chapter-opening outlines facilitate topic location Lippincott's CONCISE ILLUSTRATED ANATOMY series is a perfect resource for students as well as those seeking a specialty reference for clerkship and beyond.Other titles in this series: "Lippincott's Concise Illustrated Anatomy: Back, Upper Limb & Lower Limb Lippincott's Concise Illustrated Anatomy: Head & Neck "(Coming Spring 2013)
Lippincott’s CONCISE ILLUSTRATED ANATOMY series presents human gross anatomy in an efficient, easy-to-use format by combining core, need-to-know content with detailed atlas-style illustrations. This volume focuses on anatomical structures and functions of the head and neck, and includes clinical considerations concerning these important regions. With artwork adopted from the Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Atlas of Anatomy as well as new illustrations, understanding the functional and clinical relevance of anatomy has never been more at hand! Features and benefits . . . - Outline format balances concise text with comprehensive, detailed artwork for quick and efficient comprehension - Hundreds of full-color, atlas-style illustrations are carefully placed in close relation to relevant text for easy reference - Logical regional sequence reveals continuity among anatomical structures and components; chapters progress inward from superficial layers of the body to deep structures - Clinical Considerations highlight much sought-after clinically relevant information - Detailed tables are distributed at key points throughout chapters - Special functional summaries of cranial nerves, arteries of the head and neck, and autonomic innervation Lippincott’s CONCISE ILLUSTRATED ANATOMY series is a perfect resource for students as well as those seeking a specialty reference for clerkship and beyond. Other titles in this series: Lippincott's Concise Illustrated Anatomy: Back, Upper Limb, Lower Limb Lippincott's Concise Illustrated Anatomy: Thorax, Abdomen & Pelvis
Author: Matthew D. Rifkin,Mani Montazemi,Robert Villani
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This popular pocket atlas helps readers rapidly identify key anatomic structures of the neck, abdomen, female pelvis, and male genitalia on ultrasound scans...and shows how to distinguish these structures from artifacts. The thoroughly revised Second Edition features 74 sharp, new images obtained with state-of-the-art ultrasound technology.Each page presents a high-resolution image that is clearly labeled to point out anatomic landmarks. Directly above the image are a key to the labels and a thumbnail illustration that orients the reader to the plane of view (sagittal, axial, or coronal). This format--sharp images, orienting thumbnails, and clear keys--enables readers to identify features with unprecedented speed and accuracy.Praise for the previous edition:"Recommend that this atlas be in the pocket of all neophyte abdominal ultrasonographers and all first-year radiology residents. It should also be available in all radiology departments."--Radiology
Cardiovascular Imaging, a title in the Expert Radiology Series, edited by Drs. Vincent Ho and Gautham P. Reddy, is a comprehensive 2-volume reference that covers the latest advances in this specialty. It provides richly illustrated, advanced guidance to help you overcome the full range of diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional challenges in cardiovascular imaging and combines an image-rich, easy-to-use format with the greater depth that experienced practitioners need. Online access at www.expertconsult.com allows you to rapidly search for images and quickly locate the answers to any questions. Access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com, along with downloadable images. View 5000 full-color digital images of both radiographic images and cutting-edge modalities—MR, multislice CT, ultrasonography, and nuclear medicine. Tap into comprehensive coverage that includes diagnostic and therapeutic options, with an emphasis on cost-effective imaging. Consult the experience of a diverse group of experts on cardiovascular imaging from around the globe. Find information quickly and easily thanks to consistent and tightly focused chapters, a full-color design, and key points boxes.
The textbook that originated the use of the complete medical record to teach terminology has been revised! New features include a new full-color design; a bonus CD-ROM packaged with the text, including fun assessment exercises and audio pronunciations; and flashcards bound into the text for student self-study. The free faculty ancillary package includes an Instructor's Manual with Instructor's Resource CD-ROM--which includes an imagebank and a test generator. A free transparency set is also available. Online Tutoring powered by Smarthinking--Free online tutoring, powered by Smarthinking, gives students access to expert nursing and allied health science educators whose mission, like yours, is to achieve success. Students can access live tutoring support, critiques of written work, and other valuable tools. Visit http: //thepoint.lww.com/Willis2e for more information on the text and to view sample pages.