Now in its updated Fifth Edition, BRS Gross Anatomy is the first of the books in the Board Review Series to assume a primary role as a course review and textbook for medical students in first-year anatomy courses. Written in a concise, bulleted outline format, this well-illustrated text offers 500 USMLE-style review questions, answers, and explanations and features comprehensive content and upgraded USMLE Step 1 information.
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Presents detailed information and diagrams about human anatomy, with review questions and answers, and a comprehensive examination.
Get the BIG PICTURE of Gross Anatomy in the context of healthcare – and zero-in on what you really need to know to ace the course and board exams! Gross Anatomy: The Big Picture is the perfect bridge between review and textbooks. With an emphasis on what you truly need to know versus “what’s nice to know,” it features 450 full-color illustrations that give you a complete, yet concise, overview of essential anatomy. The book’s user-friendly presentation consists of text on the left-hand page and beautiful full-color illustrations on the right-hand page. In this way, you get a “big picture” of anatomy principles, delivered one concept at a time -– making them easier to understand and retain. Striking the perfect balance between illustrations and text, Gross Anatomy: The Big Picture features: High-yield review questions and answers at the end of each chapter Numerous summary tables and figures that encapsulate important information 450 labeled and explained full-color illustrations A final exam featuring 100 Q&As Important clinically-relevant concepts called to your attention by convenient icons Bullets and numbering that break complex concepts down to easy-to-remember points
An honest, funny, neurotic, and totally gross love child of Mindy Kaling and Mary Roach. Mara Altman's volatile and apprehensive relationship with her body has led her to wonder about a lot of stuff over the years. Like, who decided that women shouldn't have body hair? And how sweaty is too sweaty? Also, why is breast cleavage sexy but camel toe revolting? Isn't it all just cleavage? These questions and others like them have led to the comforting and sometimes smelly revelations that constitute Gross Anatomy, an essay collection about what it's like to operate the bags of meat we call our bodies. Divided into two sections, "The Top Half" and "The Bottom Half," with cartoons scattered throughout, Altman's book takes the reader on a wild and relatable journey from head to toe--as she attempts to strike up a peace accord with our grody bits. With a combination of personal anecdotes and fascinating research, Gross Anatomy holds up a magnifying glass to our beliefs, practices, biases, and body parts and shows us the naked truth: that there is greatness in our grossness.
BRS Gross Anatomy presents a concise review of human anatomy for students in medical, dental, graduate, and physician assistant, physical therapy, and other health science programs. This title in the Board Review Series helps students prepare for the USMLE and the National Board Dental Examination, as well as other board examinations in health-related professions. Condensed descriptions, full-color illustrations, and the concise outline format combine with board-style questions and a comprehensive exam at the end of the book for a comprehensive, clinically relevant review. Although in summary form, the book is equivalent to a standard textbook for human anatomy courses.
A revision text designed to present the reader with test questions - and answers - which can be used to re-affirm knowledge or to indicate when gaps in knowledge exist. The coverage of the subjects is comprehensive, and the structure of the questions and answers encourages focussed revision.
High-Yield Gross AnatomyTM, Fifth Edition provides a concise review of gross anatomy material tested on course and board exams. The streamlined outline format includes tables, diagrams, case studies, and clinical imaging -- perfect for a quick brush-up or last-minute review. Now in full color! The fifth edition features a fresh, full-color design with new clinical photos, concise illustrations, and additional must-know clinical concepts.
This is not a textbook. Instead, it contains what the author judges necessary to cope with questions relating to Gross Anatomy in board and licensure exami nations. Although material that has appeared recently on (Part I) National Board Examinations is covered, simply listing and answering such questions certainly would not prepare you for the myriad possible alternatives. Because of your suc cessful background in anatomy, the approaches used in a first-year course are not necessary here. Recall, review and synthesis are the goals. Please examine the entire book now, to understand its organization and content, and how they may serve your needs. Throughout, text is kept to a minimum. The style, size and boldness of type were chosen to aid the quick recognition of import items. The illustrations, es sentially adaptations from blackboard drawings used by the author in reviews, support the text in certain areas. However, the number of illustrations sufficient to make this an independent resource would defeat our purpose. I assume you will consult your favorite atlas as you review, and that you are experienced enough now to relate your reading to your own body. A general table of contents follows this preface; detailed tables of content precede individual chapters.
Designed for course and USMLE Step 1 review. The cards contain questions that are unique to this product and not found in the BRS gross anatomy textbook. On the front of each card is an explanation of a particular syndrome, defect, or condition, and the answers are on the reverse, with brief associated description. Cards are organized by region: thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and perineum, spine, lower extremity, upper extremity, head and neck, and central nervous system.