Download NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. 2nd Ed

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NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. – Compact and portable, Netter’s Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. is the easiest and most convenient way to refresh need-to-know anatomy for surgeons-in-training. Vibrant, detailed artwork by preeminent medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD makes it easy to visualize the anatomy that underlies the procedures and clinical conditions you see during a surgical residency or clerkship.

This concise, instant review of anatomy and clinical correlates is perfect for “just in time” use.

  • Updates include new chapters on heart and lung anatomy, diagnoses, and procedures.
  • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

Review – NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N.

“This is an excellent, pocket-sized atlas and ebook that allows medical students and residents to review the anatomy and basic surgical pathology of organs and prepare for operations during surgical rotations. The excellent artwork will assure this book the longevity of other Netter titles.”

-Evgeny V. Arshava, MD (University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics) for Doody’s Review Service

Preface – NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N.

Netter’s Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. is a justin-time, point-of-contact review of anatomy for the most common of the surgically treated diseases and diagnoses encountered during medical student clerkships and general surgery residencies. This second edition includes new chapters on Heart Diseases and Lungs and Respiratory Diseases, content requested by users of the first edition and its electronic versions.NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N.

This extends the coverage of material from general surgery into thoracic surgery. There are also new updated Netter Figures contributed by Dr. Carlos Machado, Kristen Wienandt Marzejon, and Tiffany DaVanzo. I thank the prior readers and institutional adopters for their confidence and support. In particular, special thanks go out to Dr. David Chen, Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, and the medical students and residents of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (DGSOM) for their ongoing use of the Web-based version for surgical clerkships and in-service learning. I am also grateful for the continuing support and good counsel of my Department Chair, Dr. Jonathan Braun, and feedback from former Senior Associate Dean of Medical Education, Dr. LuAnn Wilkerson, who originally suggested that I develop a PDA-based learning resource for surgical clerkships. Great appreciation is due to my colleagues at DGSOM’s Instructional Design and Technology Unit, directed by Dr. Anju Relan and including master developers Zhen Gu, Katherine Wigan, Sam Payne, and Jason Rock. NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N.

Their continuing multimedia learning projects and dedicated support of the online medical school curriculum have provided many practical lessons on the complexities of development and what really works in educational technology. Most of all, I thank my Editor, Elyse O’Grady, for her continuing dedication to the distribution and improvement of Netter’s Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. I am especially grateful to Marybeth Thiel, original Development Editor, for providing continuing editorial review and oversight for second edition updates, including all the new artwork. Their expert team at Elsevier worked skillfully to produce the new, redesigned content that you are using.

Table of Contents

Section I: Head and Neck

  1. Skull and Face Fractures
  2. Thyroid Disease
  3. Vertebral Fractures
  4. Breast Diseases
  5. Heart Diseases
  6. Lung Diseases
  7. Esophageal Diseases
  8. Ribs and Thorax Fractures
  9. Appendix Diseases
  10. Biliary Diseases
  11. Colon Diseases
  12. Gastroduodenal Diseases
  13. Hernias
  14. Kidney Diseases
  15. Liver Diseases
  16. Pancreatic Diseases
  17. Small Intestine Diseases
  18. Anorectal Diseases
  19. Pelvic Fractures
  20. Prostate Diseases
  21. Uterus and Adnexal Diseases
  22. Pectoral Girdle Fractures
  23. Humerus Fractures
  24. Forearm Fractures
  25. Wrist and Hand Fractures
  26. Hip and Thigh Fractures
  27. Knee and Leg Fractures
  28. Ankle and Foot Fractures

Description

Compact and portable, Netter’s Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N. is the easiest and most convenient way to refresh need-to-know anatomy for surgeons-in-training. Vibrant, detailed artwork by preeminent medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD makes it easy to visualize the anatomy that underlies the procedures and clinical conditions you see during a surgical residency or clerkship. This concise, instant review of anatomy and clinical correlates is perfect for “just in time” use.


Details – NETTER’S Surgical Anatomy Review P.R.N.

No. of pages: 502Language: EnglishCopyright: © Elsevier 2017Published: 24th May 2016Imprint: ElsevierPaperback ISBN: 9780323447270eBook ISBN: 9780323461863eBook ISBN: 9780323461887eBook ISBN: 9780323448352eBook ISBN: 9780323448369


About the Authors

Robert Trelease Author

Dr. Trelease teaches anatomy, embryology, and neurosciences in the School of Medicine, and he conducts research in artificial intelligence, systems modeling, and computer visualization. He has also worked for the Dean’s Office since 1995 on implementation of computer based instruction for the entire medical curriculum using the World Wide Web and, most recently, smartphones and other mobile devices. He is also the Associate Director of the Instructional Design and Technology Unit, Dean’s Office, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, Division of Integrative Anatomy, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

About the Author

Dr. Trelease teaches anatomy, embryology, and neurosciences in the School of Medicine, and he conducts research in artificial intelligence, systems modeling, and computer visualization. He has also worked for the Dean’s Office since 1995 on implementation of computer based instruction for the entire medical curriculum using the World Wide Web and, most recently, smartphones and other mobile devices. He is also the Associate Director of the Instructional Design and Technology Unit, Dean’s Office, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

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