McMinn`s color atlas of head and neck anatomy / Bari M. Logan, Patricia A. Reynolds, Ralph T. Hutchings.
E-STREAMS Reviews 2004 December
McMinn's Color Atlas of Head & Neck Anatomy uses a unique, oversized format to clearly and thoroughly demonstrate the anatomy of the head and neck. This third edition features many new and improved images as well as updates to reflect the latest terminology. The book consists of six sections covering the skull to the neck with dental anaesthesia and reference lists appended. The book includes improved images and illustrations, osteology, radiography, and surface anatomy photographs. There are 28 new sections and 82 new dissections, radiographic images, clinical photographs with notes, and artworks for enhanced clinical relevance and the understanding and practice of dental anaesthesia. The brief textual explanations accompanying every image facilitate understanding and learning. Chapters are organized by colors as easy finding aids. The book provides opportunities for self-learning and testing with identification numbers overlaying individual images.McMinn's Color Atlas of Head and Neck Anatomy is an excellent resource for students in medical or paramedical disciplines who need a visual presentation of the anatomy of the head and neck. It is a good supplement to any textbook on human anatomy. It is a companion to McMinn's Color Atlas of Human Body. This book is recommended for medical, hospital, and health science libraries serving medical and dental students.Reviewer: Lin Wu, Reference Librarian, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Library and Biocommunications Center, firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2004 E-Streams Reviews.