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This essential companion to Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery covers the clinical conditions most commonly encountered by medical students, junior clinicians,and surgeons in training.

This is clinical anatomy at its best !

Structured by body region, each chapter includes plentiful clinical photographs and images supplementing the high-quality anatomical diagrams, using the best modality to demonstrate anatomical relevance. Highlighted descriptions of clinical relevance emphasise the integrated approach so central to current teaching practice, and facilitated by the wealth of both clinical and anatomical experience of the distinguished author team.

About the Author

John SP Lumley MS FRCS FMAA (HON) FGA Foundation Dean, University of Bolton School of Medicine, UK; Emeritus Professor of Vascular Surgery, University of London; Past Council and Chairman of Primary Fellowship Examiners, Royal College of Surgeons of England, UK

John L Craven MD FRCS Formerly Consultant Surgeon, York District Hospital and past Chairman of the Primary Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, UK

Peter H Abrahams MB BS FRCS(ED) FRCR DO(HON) Professor of Clinical Anatomy, Warwick Medical School, UK; Director of Anatomy, West Midlands Surgical Training Centre, UHCW NHS Trust; Extraordinary Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Fellow, Girton College, Cambridge; Professor of Clinical Anatomy, St George’s University, Grenada West Indies; Examiner to the Royal College of Surgeons, UK; Family Practitioner, Brent, London

Richard G. Tunstall BMedSci, PhD, PGCLTHE, FHEA Professor and Head of Clinical Anatomy and Imaging, Warwick Medical School ,University of Warwick  UK, MBChB Admissions Lead ,Warwick Medical School, Director of Clinical Anatomy , West Midlands Surgical Training Centre, UHCW Hospital, Coventry.Examiner to the Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK

The expansion and integration of disciplines within the medical
curriculum has reduced time for anatomy teaching, particularly
for human dissection, but has not reduced its vital
importance. While surgeons need to know the detailed anatomy
in their operating field, knowledge of the anatomy that
underlies every clinical examination and every radiological/
medical image is an essential component of everyday clinical
practice.
This text provides a comprehensive cover of most normal
and abnormal living anatomy, essential for students across
the world. It addresses the knowledge and skills laid down
by the General Medical Council (GMC) and the American
Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA; ‘A clinical
anatomy curriculum for the medical student of the 21st
century: gross anatomy’, Clinical Anatomy 1996;9:71–99; see
also Smith et al., ‘The Anatomical Society core regional anatomy
syllabus for undergraduate medicine’, Journal of Anatomy
2016;228:15–23).
The regional approach followed corresponds to a typical
clinical examination. The nervous system is included, rather
than being covered in an additional text; also included is
embryology in sufficient detail to explain many common congenital
abnormalities. Wherever possible, information, such
as muscle attachments, is tabulated and clinical information
is highlighted.
The extensive number of illustrations include surface anatomy,
coloured labelled diagrams, dissections, a wide range of
radiological, laparoscopic and endoscopic images, and clinical
pictures of common diseases. A comprehensive index facilitates
rapid location of the desired passages. Self-assessment
material is included at the end of each chapter; these multiple
choice questions (MCQs), single best answer (SBA) questions
(used in the USA and also now more widely), extended
matching questions (EMQs) and applied questions reflect
styles of examination around the world. The answers and
explanations can be found in the text, but additional material
is included where appropriate.
The authors bring a combined experience of over 150
years of anatomy teaching at all levels, and present this large
volume of information in a palatable, interesting and understandable
form, emphasizing its relevance to disease and clinical

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Table of Content

Preface vii
Acknowledgements viii
INTRODUCTION
The structure of the body – the systems
and organs 2
PART 1: THE THORAX
1 The thoracic wall and diaphragm 22
2 The thoracic cavity 35
3 The mediastinal structures 54
4 The pleura and lungs 63
PART 2: THE ABDOMEN
5 The abdominal wall and peritoneum 80
6 The abdominal alimentary tract 94
7 The liver, spleen and pancreas 113
8 The kidneys and posterior abdominal wall 123
9 The pelvis 136
10 The perineum 153
PART 3: THE BACK
11 The vertebral column and spinal cord 172
PART 4: THE UPPER LIMB
12 The shoulder region 186
13 The elbow and forearm 209
14 The wrist and hand 227
PART 5: THE LOWER LIMB
15 The hip and thigh 242
16 The knee, leg and dorsum of the foot 266
17 The foot 288
PART 5: THE HEAD AND NECK
18 The skull, scalp and face 302
19 The orbit, nose and mouth 315
20 The temporomandibular joint, pharynx and
larynx 339
21 The ear, intracranial region and cranial nerves 355
22 The neck 371
23 Vessels, nerves and lymphatic drainage 387
24 Neuroanatomy 400
25 The ventricular system, the meninges and
blood supply of the cranial cavity 429
Index 443

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