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Lippincott’s Concise Illustrated Anatomy Back Upper Limb & Lower Limb PDF
or seeking a specialty reference for the clerkship years and beyond. Each volume in the series includes outline text to accompany full-color, atlas-style images and illustrations from sources such as the Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Atlas of Anatomy. The unique regional focus of the series facilitates teaching and learning in semester or year-long anatomy systems blocks.
This volume on the back, upper limb and lower limb aligns with the musculoskeletal systems block. Two forthcoming volumes in the series–Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis and Head and Neck–cover other regions in depth.
In the early 80’s, while in grad school, I used Pansky’s Review of Gross Anatomy to survive gross anatomy and the subsequent written and oral grillings I had to endure to complete my doctorate. I am now a course director for an anatomy course and sadly Pansky went out of print in the early 90’s—-Chung became the standard for med students—Unfortunately many; if not most students of anatomy, are visual learners and it is in this area that Chung is lacking. But now– Pansky–(teamed up with Gest) is back with a fury. The little red book has been reincarnated with hundreds of beautiful color, illustrations, and tables. The organization is superb with pertinent text on the left page and illustrations on the right. There is also available an online version with an image bank for the faculty and quizzes for the student. I am doing the dance of joy! Lippincott’s Concise Illustrated Anatomy Back Upper Limb & Lower Limb
The entire collection is broken into 3 volumes–Back, upper and lower limbs,–Thorax, abdomen, and pelvis,–and head/neck—-Only volume 1 is currently on the market. Part of the reason I am writing this review is to prod the authors and publishers to complete the last 2 volumes in time for my fall (2012) gross course–as I would definitely make it the sole text for our 12 week course. Special kudos to Pansky , Gest, Tank, and Oliver for images that can hang in the Louvre.–thanks and get writing and drawing!–Mike Dauzvardis.