Upper Limb & Back: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual - Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

Upper Limb & Back: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual

By Paulette Bernd, Ph.D.

  • Release Date: 2014-05-12
  • Genre: Anatomy & Physiology
Upper Limb & Back: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual book review score

5 Score: 5 (From 16 Ratings)

Upper Limb & Back: Columbia University Clinical Gross Anatomy Dissection Manual Paulette Bernd, Ph.D. Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

This book takes you through a dissection of the human upper limb & back with REAL photos that show you all the steps involved and details of the anatomy of the upper limb & back as you have never seen it before.  For students performing the dissections, the instructions are concise & easy-to-follow with helpful tips.  For students who do not have the opportunity to dissect, this book provides you with insight you cannot get from a textbook.
Co-Authors of the original 2011 print version: Dustin Tetzl, Justin Neira, José Ramirez, Lily Grossmann

Who should buy this Multi-Touch Textbook?
Medical students
Dental students
Nursing students
Physician assistant students
Physical therapy students
Occupational therapy students
Massage therapy students
Students reviewing for Board Exams
Residents who want to review their Anatomy
Anyone interested in Anatomy

Features: 
High-resolution zoom-able images
Quizzes
Complete glossary with images
Flashcards
Ability to create notes, highlight & underline
Direct links to the Web or Wikipedia
Built-in Dictionary

Table of Contents:
Copyright
Dedication
Foreword
How to Use this Book
Chapter 1: Introduction to Dissection
- Dissecting Equipment - Skinning the Pectoral Region - Before You Leave the Lab Chapter 2: Pectoral Region
- The Pectoral Region - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 3: Superficial Upper Limb & Anterior Arm
- Skinning the Upper Limb - Superficial Upper Limb - Anterior Arm - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 4: Axilla & Brachial Plexus
- Axilla - Muscles of the Axilla - Arteries of the Axilla - Brachial Plexus - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 5: Back
- Skinning the Back - Superficial Muscles of the Back - Intermediate Muscles of the Back - Deep Muscles of the Back - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 6: Spinal Cord
- Laminectomy - Spinal Cord - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 7: Scapular Region & Posterior Arm
- Scapular Region - Posterior Compartment of the Arm - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 8: Posterior Triangle of the Neck
- Posterior Triangle of the Neck  - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 9: Forearm & Dorsum of Hand
- Flexor Muscles of the Forearm - Extensor Muscles of the Forearm - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Chapter 10: Palm of the Hand
- Superficial Palm - Deep Palm - Review – List of Structures & Quiz Glossary

REQUIREMENTS
To read this book you must have an iPad with iBooks 3 or later and iOS 5.1 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OSX 10.9 or later.

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User reviews about this book

  • A gift to All of Us

    5
    By Cord2510
    Professor Bernd has created an enduring legacy with her accessible, meticulous, affordable anatomy guides. Previously material of this quality for the anatomy student would either be unavailable or cost prohibitive. It is great to see knowledge that has been out of reach for so many, now freely available to all. Well done Professor Bernd!!!
  • This one is great too!

    5
    By ejoin
    Totally helpful!
  • M1Medical

    5
    By M1Medical
    I’ve used this and the rest of Dr. Bernd’s Dissection Manuals, and each one is truly fantastic. Anatomy is a notorious course, but the books honestly made a huge difference. From the crystal-clear explanations and pictures to the useful quizzes, you won’t be disappointed either.
  • Excellent Dissector

    5
    By MS1 2014
    Seamless dissector, written with the understanding that students probably haven’t seen this material before. Zero errors, as far as we could tell, and very easy-to-follow. This dissector will eliminate the time you waste trying to understand the dissection instructions and allow you to focus on understanding anatomy. The hyperlinked glossary is extremely helpful.
  • great anatomy guide!

    5
    By iOSuser42
    Clear instructions and great pictures of cadavers. The glossary is very detailed and incredibly helpful.
  • Love these dissectors

    5
    By jesskb2188
    I reviewed one of the other dissector books as well, but I can’t emphasize enough how great these books are. The iPad usability is perfect, the glossary/index, quiz, and flashcard features are essential — definitely don’t hesitate, it’s totally worth it.
  • Upper Limb and Back

    5
    By Gyunov100
    Dr. Paulette Bernd has a good way of summing up the important components of upper limb, and putting it together into one page for you to have a comprehensive understanding of the material. Amazing study guide!!!!!!
  • very helpful

    5
    By first year med student
    Don’t know how anyone gets through dissections without this. Clear pictures, thorough glossasry, easy to follow instructions, and helpful reminders throughout. Very thoughtfully designed and simple to nagivate. I’ve used this not only during dissection but also a study resource for exams.

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