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By Jeffrey Meldrum, PhD and Alexander Urfer, PT, PhD
224 pagesTrim Size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 inCopyright 2010$89.95, Spiral Bound, Reference
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Designed specifically to meet the unique needs of students studying to become rehabilitation professionals - including physical therapists, occupational therapists, and chiropractors - this full-color dissection guide helps you connect discoveries in the dissection lab with function and pathology. With the necessary technical information you need – including content on applied anatomy, embryology, and structural histology – in 25 laboratory exploration chapters, this unique guide uses case studies and critical thinking exercises to encourage you to explore human anatomy, synthesize your findings, and apply your knowledge to clinical practice.
Introduction to ExploringLab Exploration 1: Vertebral ColumnLab Exploration 2: BackLab Exploration 3: Suboccipital TriangleLab Exploration 4: Spinal CordLab Exploration 5: Thoracic Body Wall, Pleural Cavities and LungsLab Exploration 6: Heart and MediastinumLab Exploration 7: Abdominal Body Wall and Inguinal RegionLab Exploration 8: Peritoneal Cavity and Abdominal VisceraLab Exploration 9: Diaphragm, Kidneys and BladderLab Exploration 10: Triangles of the NeckLab Exploration 11: Pectoral Region and AxillaLab Exploration 12: Scapular Region, Shoulder Joint and ArmLab Exploration 13: Elbow and ForearmLab Exploration 14: Wrist and HandLab Exploration 15: Posterior Body WallLab Exploration 16: Anterior and Medial ThighLab Exploration 17: Gluteal Region Posterior and Lateral ThighLab Exploration 18: Perineum and Ischiorectal FossaLab Exploration 19: Popliteal Fossa and Knee JointLab Exploration 20: Leg and Dorsum of FootLab Exploration 21: Plantar Foot and AnkleLab Exploration 22: Viscerocranium and Muscles of Facial ExpressionLab Exploration 23: Neurocranium and Intracranial FossaeLab Exploration 24: Muscles of Mastication and Temporomandibular JointLab Exploration 25: Craniovertebral Joints and Prevertebral MusclesIndex
By Jeffrey Meldrum, PhD, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology, Department of Biological Sciences; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID; and Alexander Urfer, PT, PhD, Department Chair, Professor of Physical Therapy and Physiology, Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID