Pelvis & Perineum: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual by Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

Pelvis & Perineum: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual

By Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

  • Release Date: 2014-04-15
  • Genre: Anatomy & Physiology
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Description

This book takes you through a dissection of the human pelvis & perineum with REAL photos that show you all the steps involved and details of the anatomy of the pelvis & perineum 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: Inguinal Region
• - Female Inguinal Region
• - Male Inguinal Region
• - S*****m, Testis & Spermatic Cord
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 2: Anal Triangle
• - Ischioanal Fossa
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 3: Urogenital Triangle
• - Male Urogenital Triangle
• - Penis
• - Female Urogenital Triangle
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 4: Bisection of the Pelvis
• - Bisection of the Male Pelvis
• - Bisection of the Female Pelvis
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 5: Nerves of the Pelvis
• - Preparation of the Pelvis
• - Nerves of the Pelvis
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Chapter 6: Internal Iliac Artery & Pelvic Wall
• - Internal Iliac Artery
• - Pelvic Diaphragm
• - Review – List of Structures & Quiz
Glossary

Reviews

  • Awesome!

    5
    By ejoin
    This is super useful. Can't recommend it enough!
  • Mr.

    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.
  • A great resource for anatomy

    5
    By ymc21111
    Used this book as supplement for dissection and it was spot on. Great pictures and easy to understand instructions as well as detailed descriptions of where to look and what to expect. It is optimized for mac devices, works seamlessly in expanding images, using links, and searching for specific items. Would highly recommend this.
  • Well made, great resource

    5
    By samtwon
    Very well thought out and easy to use. You can click on any of the names of important structures to get in depth information. Very useful as both a dissector and study resource
  • Incredibly helpful tool

    5
    By Taylor320947534
    I can’t imagine how I would have gotten through anatomy without this manual. The most helpful parts are the quizzes at the end of each dissection and the glossary- you can click on any key term and find a definition, other information and diagrams. Definitely worth your money!
  • Definitely Worth Buying!

    5
    By Hsuk92
    I am a dental student and have been using this dissection manual throught my anatomy course. It has been my main resource. I love that it is interactive and easy to use. I highly reccomend it!!
  • Combines physical and digital learning

    5
    By jennyruth_
    In addition to being a full-time dental student, I also work for a start-up that creates physical toys designed to interact with learning apps for pre-K and elementary aged children, so have spent a considerable amount of time over the past couple of years preaching the benefits of combining digital and physical play, and making the iPad 'come to life'. This e-book has lots of great features that a standard e-book has, but the interactive features, such as image enhacement, glossary, video, and flash cards, make it great and help to make learning clinical gross anatomy fun by applying some of the first principles of learning to ensure you'll retain the material. I love the interactive quizzes - I know from our research studies for our business that something as simple as physically having to drag and point to items enhances learning and retention. In an age where most students are opting to skip out on purchasing books (myself included), this is one NOT to skip. It is the only book I bought this semester and it is the BEST. I'm so happy I'll have this series to reference in years to come.
  • M1

    5
    By M1student
    This book is an incredible resource for anatomy. The step by step instructions are so clear and every term is linked to a glossary with really helpful information. I used the glossary all the time throughout the course and it explained things better than any other resource out there. The quizzes are excellent and allow you to test yourself before you go into the lab, which I found very helpful. This is a must have for anatomy!!
  • a must to accompany your dissection!

    5
    By youraveragemedstudent
    fantastic resource with real live dissection pictures of the best dissections. pop quizzes after every section and a glossary that could be a textbook in and of itself. super user friendly with bolded anatomical terms that link to the glossary page for that structure. highly recommended!
  • Very clear, excellent pictures

    5
    By crsm22
    The pictures in this dissection manual are a VERY useful complement to illustrated anatomy textbooks; all the pictures here are of actual dissections, so you see what organs/nerves/arteries really look like instead of a pretty drawing. I highly recommend.

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