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Oxford Handbook of Head and Neck Anatomy

; Jonathan Dunne ; Susan Standring (Redaktør) ; Simon Eccles (Redaktør)

The Oxford Handbook of Head and Neck Anatomy offers a succinct yet comprehensive quick reference guide with over 400 schematic colour and grey-scale illustrations. It tackles the notoriously difficult three-dimensional anatomy of the head and neck and provides essential clinico-anatomical correlates, etymology and background insight to help the reader easily remember complex features. Les mer
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The Oxford Handbook of Head and Neck Anatomy offers a succinct yet comprehensive quick reference guide with over 400 schematic colour and grey-scale illustrations. It tackles the notoriously difficult three-dimensional anatomy of the head and neck and provides essential clinico-anatomical correlates, etymology and background insight to help the reader easily remember complex features. Written and illustrated throughout with an awareness of the difficulties
faced in linking the anatomy on the page with real cases seen in day-to-day clinical practice, this handbook is an essential resource for trainees and students at all levels.
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Forlag: Oxford University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780198767831
Format: 19 x 11 cm
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«will be particularly welcomed by those of us in head and neck surgical specialites at all stages of our careers, and members of many medical specialites will ?nd the artistry and accessibility of this excellent resource to be invaluable.»

Carrie Newlands, Chair, UK OMFS FRCS Examination Board

«This a beautiful book. it doesn't matter whether you are a medical student or a consultant, this book will teach or remind you of some salient fact. Beautiful diagrams and lots of what I consider trinkets of history in relation to anatomy.»

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«This is not just another anatomy book. It is written extremely well with accurate high level anatomy for post graduate exams. The etymology is fascinating and makes this book not just for exams but generally a brilliant read. I have the kindle version but I may just also buy a paper copy to. Illustrations are clear and accurate.»

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1: The Skull
2: The Mandible
3: The Skullbase
4: The Cranial Nerves
5: The Neck
6: Viscera of the Neck
7: The Pharynx
8: The Larynx
9: The Face, Scalp and Temporal Region
10: The Orbit and its Contents
11: The Mouth
12: The Salivary Glands
13: The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
14: The Ear
15: Embryology
Daniel van Gijn is a Specialist Registrar in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery in the South of England. He is doubly qualified in medicine and dentistry, graduating with honours in both and awarded several prizes for clinical and technical excellence. Daniel has a particular interest in head and neck anatomy and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in this subject. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and has undertaken formal surgical training in London,
Oxford, Surrey and South Africa. Prior to specialising purely in surgery of the face, skull and jaws, Daniel gained several years experience in Ear, Nose and Throat surgery, Plastic and reconstructive surgery, Orthopaedic surgery and Neurosurgery.

Professor Standring is the current Editor-in-Chief of Gray's Anatomy, Anatomy Development Tutor for the Royal College of Surgeons of England and immediate Past President of the Anatomical Society. She is closely affiliated to King's College and remains an integral part of the anatomy teaching programme to medical and dental undergraduates. She has over 35 years' experience of teaching head and neck anatomy to undergraduate and postgraduate students.