Anatomy and pathology are key areas in medical training, but the amount medical students have to learn within them can seem overwhelming. This book helps students gain a firm grasp of the facts they must know before they enter their clinical years. It encompasses the core basics of the major organ systems in the body and presents them in a memorable, easy-to-read form. The book covers the background and knowledge that are clinically relevant to, and commonly encountered in, end-of-semester exams and provides a solid preparation for clinical years. It is an excellent resource for all medical students wishing to gain and retain anatomy and pathology knowledge in a time-effective manner.
Table of Contents
Respiratory System. Cardiovascular System. Breast. Gastro-intestinal System. Urinary System. Pelvis and perineum. Male Reproductive System. Female Reproductive System. Endocrine System. Head and Neck. Upper limb. Lower limb. Back and Central Nervous System. Sensory Organs. Integumentary System.