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Abrahams’ Clinical Human Anatomy

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About this course

By Dr. Peter Abrahams

Abrahams’ Clinical Human Anatomy course includes 500 clinical images collected by the leading international anatomist Professor Peter Abrahams throughout his career. This interactive lecture series includes dynamic Screens covering essential clinical conditions which help you gain a better understanding of human anatomy by applying it to clinical practice. Correlate anatomy to clinical practice with a wealth of medical images, including X-RAY, MRI, CT, endoscopic, laparoscopic, cadaveric, ultrasound and clinical images, and explore pathologies in all regions of the body. The detailed model helps you to view the body in a more dynamic way to aid your understanding of anatomical relationships, and the excellent medical images allow you to master essential clinical conditions that every physician should know. The images utilized in the course screens correlate to the published Elsevier text McMinn & Abrahams’ Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy.

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Correlate with a wealth of medical images, including X-RAY, MRI, CT, clinical images and more

Explore pathologies in all regions of the body

The detailed model helps you to view the body in a more dynamic way

Excellent medical images allow you to master essential clinical conditions

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Learning Outcomes

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On completion of this course you will be able to correlate human anatomy to essential clinical conditions.

Author

Dr. Peter Abrahams
Dr. Peter Abrahams
WARWICK MEDICAL SCHOOL LIFE FELLOW, GIRTON COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Peter Abrahams, MBBS FRCS(ED) FRCR DO(Hon) FHEA, has been a Professor at St. George's University, Grenada, since 1993. Having written 'Clinical Anatomy of Practical Procedures' with Webb in 1973, which led to him being awarded a British Fulbright Scholarship to the University of Iowa in 1975, he then held the position of Clinical Anatomist at UCL (London), followed by the same post at The University of Cambridge, before becoming the Professor of Clinical Anatomy at the Kigezi International School of Medicine. Having worked as an educational and anatomical consultant for the WHO in Geneva, he also set up a school in Beersheba and has lectured doctors and surgeons around the world. He has published 18 student textbooks on clinical anatomy and radiology, which have been published in over 70 languages. His major works include the McMinn 'Atlas of Human Anatomy', now in its 6th edition; and 'Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy' with Weir, currently in its 4th edition. In 2006, the AACA recognized Dr. Abrahams as an international clinical anatomist, teacher, author and family doctor, and awarded him with 'Honored Member Status' in the AACA. In 2011, Dr. Abrahams was awarded the National Teaching Fellowship from the HEA, the highest teaching & educational award in UK universities.

Contents

Module 1
The Head and Neck
The Skull
The Brain and Meninges
The Face, Nose, and Mouth
The Eye and Orbit
Cranial Nerves
The Neck
Module 2
The Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord
The Vertebral Column
The Spinal Cord
Vertebral Column Procedures, Examinations, and Devices
Module 3
The Upper Limb
The Shoulder and Arm
The Elbow
The Forearm and Wrist
The Hands
Neurovasculature of the Upper Limb
Module 4
The Lower Limb
The Hip and Thigh
The Knee
The Leg and Ankle
The Foot
Neurovasculature of the Lower Limb
Module 5
The Thorax
The Thoracic Cavity
The Lungs
The Heart and Great Vessels
Module 6
The Abdomen
Upper Gastrointestinal Tract
Lower GastoIntestinal Tract
Hepatobiliary System
Pancreas and Spleen
Urinary System
Abdominal Wall and Hernia's
Module 7
The Pelvis
Male Reproductive Organs
Female Reproductive Organs
Module 8
The Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System
MODULE 1
The Head and Neck

The Skull

The Brain and Meninges

The Face, Nose, and Mouth

The Eye and Orbit

Cranial Nerves

The Neck

MODULE 2
The Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord

The Vertebral Column

The Spinal Cord

Vertebral Column Procedures, Examinations, and Devices

MODULE 3
The Upper Limb

The Shoulder and Arm

The Elbow

The Forearm and Wrist

The Hands

Neurovasculature of the Upper Limb

MODULE 4
The Lower Limb

The Hip and Thigh

The Knee

The Leg and Ankle

The Foot

Neurovasculature of the Lower Limb

MODULE 5
The Thorax

The Thoracic Cavity

The Lungs

The Heart and Great Vessels

MODULE 6
The Abdomen

Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

Lower GastoIntestinal Tract

Hepatobiliary System

Pancreas and Spleen

Urinary System

Abdominal Wall and Hernia's

MODULE 7
The Pelvis

Male Reproductive Organs

Female Reproductive Organs

MODULE 8
The Lymphatic System

Lymphatic System