clinical anatomy

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Synonyms for clinical anatomy

the practical application of anatomical knowledge to diagnosis and treatment

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Department of Clinical Anatomy, School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences, Westville Campus, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Private Bag X54001, Durban 4000, South Africa.
The clinical anatomy of the inferior vena cava: a review of common congenital anomalies and considerations for clinicians," Clinical Anatomy, vol.
The book provides a deeper understanding of the clinical anatomy and biomechanics of the spine that aide in the treatment of low back disorders.
Carmichael, "Does Clinical Anatomy Deserve Another 25 Years?
Peter Abrahams, professor of clinical anatomy at Warwick Medical School, has turned his teaching into bite-size anatomy classes, which can be downloaded and used by medical students worldwide.
All profits go back to the university to support the ongoing clinical anatomy teaching at the Surgical Training Centre at Warwick Medical School.
In a clear outline format, the guide covers clinical anatomy and physiology, physical exams, diagnostic tests, approaches for common complaints in areas from cardiology to dermatology, and easy-to-use quick references to systematic approaches to medical conditions that lead students from definition and risk factors to symptoms and treatment.
Chapter 9 provides an introduction to the management of major trauma and Chapter 10 completes this section together with a review of clinical anatomy related to the common multiplechoice questions asked on this subject.
Turkish Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy Association became a full member of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA) during a annual congress of the IFAA in Cape Town, South Africa, Celik said.
Now she's taking on the task of tracing the roots of the human race itself, a job which will require all of her skill in the fields of clinical anatomy, osteoarchaeology and television presentery.
In the Developmental and Clinical Anatomy course, we instituted peer-teaching by grouping at random 8 to 9 students per cadaver for dissection, interacting with each other for individual as well as group benefit.
But Warwick Medical School's chairman of clinical anatomy, Prof Peter Abrahams, said the specimens were essential for anatomy teaching.
Key words: Neck muscles, scalenus anterior, palpation, clinical anatomy
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