Clinical Head and Neck Anatomy For Surgeons PDF provides a refreshing new approach to the surgical anatomy of one of the most complex regions of the human body, the head and neck region. While similar books exist, few are written by surgeons for surgeons, detailing and illustrating the relevant surgical anatomy that needs to be mastered before operating in this fascinating area.
Clinical Head and Neck Anatomy For Surgeons PDF
Publisher: CRC Press; 1st edition
Publication date: November 26, 2015
Page length: 360 pages
This book is geared to meet the needs of surgeons, physicians, and allied healthcare professionals who want to gain a better understanding of the anatomy, physiologic function and related clinical manifestations. The text is illustrated with high-quality color drawings, photographs, charts and diagrams that are designed for maximum educational impact.
Clinical Head and Neck Anatomy For Surgeons Book by Peter A. Brennan goes into detail about the head and neck in a way that you’ve never seen before. The uniqueness of this anatomy book is a balance of both surgical and clinical information for each area. The images are detailed enough to show you what everything looks like, but not so detailed that you get lost in the details. If you want something more detailed for a particular area, this book will guide you to other books that would be more appropriate. The author’s goal is to create a reference text that can be used by anyone from surgeons to residents.