Grants atlas of anatomy pdf

 
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  1. Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II
  2. Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II
  3. John C. Boileau Grant
  4. Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II

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Grants Atlas Of Anatomy Pdf

Grant's Atlas of Anatomy (Grant, John Charles Boileau//Grant's Atlas of Anatomy) Click button below to download or read this book. Title: Grant's Atlas of Anatomy Year: Link download: Agur_Anne_M_R_-_ myolicotiball.tk DR. JOHN CHARLES. A cornerstone of gross anatomy since , Grant's Atlas of Anatomy reaches students worldwide with its realistic dissection illustrations.

Agur, Arthur F. A unique feature of Grant's Atlas is that, rather than providing an idealized view of human anatomy, the classic illustrations represent actual dissections that the student can directly compare with specimens in the lab. Because the original models used for these illustrations were real cadavers, the accuracy of these illustrations is unparalleled, offering students the best introduction to anatomy possible. Over the years we have made many changes to the illustrations to match the shifting expectations of students, adding more vibrant colors and updating the style from the original carbon-dust renderings. In this edition, at the suggestion of reviewers, we have continued this trend by introducing more lifelike skin tones to provide a more realistic—but no less accurate--depiction of anatomy. In addition, almost all of these dissection figures were carefully analyzed to ensure that label placement remained effective and that the illustration's relevance was still clear. Almost every figure in this edition of Grant's Atlas was altered, from simple label changes to full-scale revision.

In this edition, at the suggestion of reviewers, we have continued this trend by introducing more lifelike skin tones to provide a more realistic—but no less accurate--depiction of anatomy.

In addition, almost all of these dissection figures were carefully analyzed to ensure that label placement remained effective and that the illustration's relevance was still clear.

Almost every figure in this edition of Grant's Atlas was altered, from simple label changes to full-scale revision. Schematic illustrations to facilitate learning.

Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II

Full-color schematic illustrations supplement the dissection figures to clarify anatomical concepts, show the relationships of structures, and give an overview of the body region being studied.

Many new schematic illustrations have been added to this edition; others have been revised to refine their pedagogical aspects. All conform to Dr. Grant's admonition to "keep it simple": extraneous labels were deleted, and some labels were added to identify key structures and make the illustrations as useful as possible to students.

In addition, many new, simple orientation drawings were added for ease of identifying dissected regions. Legends with easy-to find clinical applications.

Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II

Admittedly, artwork is the focus of any atlas; however, the Grant's legends have long been considered a unique and valuable feature of the Atlas. The observations and comments that accompany the illustrations draw attention to salient points and significant structures that might otherwise escape notice. Their purpose is to interpret the illustrations without providing exhaustive description.

Readability, clarity, and practicality were emphasized in the editing of this edition. For the first time, clinical comments, which deliver practical "pearls" that link anatomic features with their significance in health care practice, are highlighted in blue within the figure legends.

The clinical comments have also been expanded in this edition, providing even more relevance for students searching for medical application of anatomical concepts. Enhanced diagnostic and surface anatomy and images.

John C. Boileau Grant

Because medical imaging have taken on increased importance in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and illnesses, diagnostic images are used liberally throughout the chapters, and a special imaging section appears at the end of each chapter. Over clinically relevant magnetic resonance images MRIs , computed tomography CT scans, ultrasound scans, and corresponding orientation drawings are included in this edition. We have also increased the number of labeled surface anatomy photographs and introduced greater ethnic diversity in the surface anatomy representations.

Tables—updated, expanded, and improved. Another feature unique to Grant's Atlas is the use of tables to help students organize complex information in an easy-to-use format ideal for review and study. Grant made an indelible impression on the teaching of anatomy throughout the world.

Grant's atlas of anatomy - Anne M.R. Agur, Arthur F. Dalley II

Courtesy of Dr: C. The life of Dr. Boileau Grant has been likened to the course of the seventh cranial nerve as It passes out of the skUll: complicated, but purposeful. Gmnt studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh from to Here, his skill as a dissector in the laboratory of the renowned anatomist, Dr.

Daniel John Cunningham , earned him a number of awards. Following graduation, Dr.

Grant was appointed the resident house offtcer at the lnflrmary In Whitehaven, Cumberland. From to , Dr. With the outbreak of World War I in , Dr. Grant joined the Royal Army Medical Corps and served with dlstlnctlon. He was mentioned In dispatches In September , received the Military Cross In September for "conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during attack," and received a bar to the Military Cross in August With the frontline medical practitioner in mind, he endeavored to "bring up a generation of surgeons who knew exactly what they were doing once an operation had begun.

Grant took interest In other projects, such as performing anthropometric studies of Indian tribes in northern Manitoba during the s.

In Winnipeg, Dr. Grant met catriona Christie, whom he manied in Grant was known for his reliance on logic, analysis, and deduction as opposed to rote memory. While at the University of Manitoba, Dr. In