Abdomen: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual by Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

Abdomen: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual

By Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

  • Release Date: 2014-08-21
  • Genre: Anatomy & Physiology
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Description

This book takes you through a dissection of the human abdomen with REAL photos that show you all the steps involved and details of the anatomy of the abdomen as you have never seen it before.  For students performing the dissections, the instructions are concise & easy-to-follow with helpful tips.  For students who do not have the opportunity to dissect, this book provides you with insight you cannot get from a textbook.
Co-Authors of the original 2011 print version: Dustin Tetzl, Justin Neira, José Ramirez, Lily Grossmann

Who should buy this Multi-Touch Textbook?
Medical students
Dental students
Nursing students
Physician assistant students
Physical therapy students
Occupational therapy students
Massage therapy students
Students reviewing for Board Exams
Residents who want to review their Anatomy
Anyone interested in Anatomy

Features: 
High-resolution zoom-able images
Quizzes
Complete glossary with images
Flashcards
Ability to create notes, highlight & underline
Direct links to the Web or Wikipedia
Built-in Dictionary

Table of Contents:
Copyright
Dedication
Foreword
How to Use this Book
Chapter 1: Anterior Abdominal Wall
-Abdominal Wall
-Opening the Abdominal Cavity
-Internal Surface of the Abdominal Wall
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 2: Examination of the Abdomen
-Liver, Stomach & Spleen
-Small Intestine
-Large Intestine
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 3: Celiac Trunk
-Hepatoduodenal Ligament
-Celiac Trunk
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 4: SMA, IMA & Veins of the GI Tract
-Superior Mesenteric Artery
-Inferior Mesenteric Artery
-Venous Drainage of the GI Tract
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 5: Organs of the GI Tract
-Liver & Gallbladder
-Stomach
-Duodenum & Pancreas
-Jejunum, Ileum & Colon
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 6: Posterior Abdominal Wall
-Removal of the GI Tract (optional)
-Posterior Abdominal Viscera
-Muscles of the Posterior Abdominal Wall & Diaphragm
-Nerves of the Posterior Abdominal Wall
-Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Glossary

REQUIREMENTS
To read this book you must have an iPad with iBooks 3 or later and iOS 5.1 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OSX 10.9 or later.

Reviews

  • Super useful!

    5
    By ejoin
    Can't recommend it enough!
  • M1Medical

    5
    By M1Medical
    I’ve used this and the rest of Dr. Bernd’s Dissection Manuals, and each one is truly fantastic. Anatomy is a notorious course, but the books honestly made a huge difference. From the crystal-clear explanations and pictures to the useful quizzes, you won’t be disappointed either.
  • great for anatomy students

    5
    By iOSuser42
    Clear instructions and great pictures of cadavers. The glossary is very detailed and incredibly helpful. A must have for any medical or dental students learning anatomy.
  • md_to_be2018

    5
    By lindseym17c
    Unparalleled instruction of anatomy. Simple, smart, and clean!
  • extremely helpful

    5
    By first year med student
    Don’t know how anyone gets through dissections without this. Clear pictures, thorough glossasry, easy to follow instructions, and helpful reminders throughout. Very thoughtfully designed and simple to nagivate. I’ve used this not only during dissection but also a study resource for exams.
  • incredible dissector for med students + those looking for review

    5
    By JackPo
    I did my MD at Columbia and did not have a dissector like this when I was a student. This would have *totally* changed my experience when I was taking anatomy! I now work on med devices and still rely on knowing anatomy and this has been invaluable.
  • RG

    5
    By Ja5876
    Great book

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