Clinically Oriented Anatomy 4th Edition By Keith L.Moore Pdf ia one of the best selling textbook about anatomy. I believe that the text is simple to read and the images are very great, but it’s extremely comprehensive which could at times be overwhelming. Additionally, I enjoyed the accessibility code gave me complete access online to the total book (rather than only part like a few textbooks do). This publication is written by area rather than by method, which was somewhat frustrating for me since my program has been educated by system. But that is not their fault. I hear that medical schools are switching their curricula into”systems based” and when Moore publishes a publication such as this by method, I’d purchase it. I am a medical student and we have a tendency to check out the entire body by systems so that’s also just my private bias.This is a really nice, compact, textbook of anatomy to get serious body pupils (e.g. prospective surgeons) that I’d give five stars were it not for inconsistencies and mistakes that plague the book.
There aren’t 12 cervical vertebrae! That’s the most obvious mistake I have found up to now. You will find a few, but considering that the size and density of this text the amount of plain mistakes isn’t grossly out of proportion. The more serious crime this publication devotes, in my estimation, is to disagree with itself, which may severely hinder learning the substance. Many times, Moore will say 1 thing in the text, yet another from the outline text, and another from the examples he describes! By way of instance, Moore states the ideal bronchial artery frequently is a division of this 3rd posterior intercostal artery, but the case he refers the reader to clearly reveals the ideal bronchial artery for a branch of their FIFTH posterior intercostal artery. I am certain that some of those storms could be chalked up to normal anatomical variants, but also for God’s sake tell us we don’t have any means of knowing whether it’s a mistake or variant! Anyhow, these discrepancies have a large enough frequency that it warrants a two star deduction within an otherwise immaculate textbook of body.
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