Last's Anatomy: Regional and Applied

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Churchill Livingstone, 1999 - Medical - 539 pages
Last's Anatomy has for many editions been regarded as the standard text for all those training in surgery. Dealing with the anatomy of the human body on a regional basis, it emphasises the clinical and applied aspects of the subject for undergraduates and postgraduate trainees in medicine, surgery and dentistry. The last two editions were revised by Professor McMinn, who through working for the Royal College of Surgeons, was able to ensure that it evolved in line with the changes to the first part of the FRCS exam. The new author Sinnatamby also works for the college and is instrumental in the latest changes to the exam and the creation of the new MRCS, at which this book will be targeted.
  • Revised for the new MRCS examination
  • Within each regionally based chapter there will be a more system based approach
  • Contains enough anatomical detail for any level of student and can be used throughout a students career and into clinical practice
  • Reduced factual content; shorter extent

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