Author: Daniel R. van Gijn
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category : Medical
Languages : en
Pages : 592
The Oxford Handbook of Head and Neck Anatomy offers a succinct yet comprehensive quick reference guide with over 400 schematic colour and grey-scale illustrations. It tackles the notoriously difficult three-dimensional anatomy of the head and neck and provides essential clinico-anatomical correlates, etymology and background insight to help the reader easily remember complex features. Written and illustrated throughout with an awareness of the difficulties faced in linking the anatomy on the page with real cases seen in day-to-day clinical practice, this handbook is an essential resource for trainees and students at all levels.