This edition of the Handbook aims to meet the requirements of students of courses in medical and dental sciences, homeopathy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and alternative medicine, who are newly admitted to their respective professional colleges. It thoroughly introduces the reader to the basics of human anatomy and anatomic terminology along with various structures which constitute the human body. As teaching of general anatomy lays down the foundation of the subjects of medicine and surgery with their allied counterparts, the text has been written in a simple and comprehensive language. The sixth edition has been designed as per the latest MCI BoG syllabus featuring the text and headings following the Competency based Undergraduate Curriculum for the Indian Medical Graduate, 2018, prescribed by the Medical Council of India. All the chapters have been extensively illustrated by simple colour diagrams. Each chapter begins with a quotation giving a subtle meaning to the topic. A new chapter on basic genetics has been added to make the book more meaningful. Chapter on radiology has been expanded and revised by extensive addition of radiologyimages. A new section on biomechanics has been added in the chapter on joints, giving another dimension to the learning of mechanism of the joints Points to Remember given at the end of each chapter will help the student in quick revision of the topics. Self-evaluation of the learnt topics can be done by answering multiple choice questions put at the end of each chapter. The appendix on anatomical word meanings and historic names makes a rich source of information that is basic to the study of medicine. The size of the book has been deliberately kept small so that it fits into the student’s apron-pocket.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Size||23×36/16 (trimmed 140mm×215mm)|
|About the Author||
Krishna Garg MBBS, MS, PhD, FIMSA, FIAMS, FAMS, FASI is ex-Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy, Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC), New Delhi. She joined LHMC in 1964 where she completed her MS and PhD, and taught anatomy till 1996. She has received fellowships of the Indian Medical Association, Academy of Medical Specialists, and the International Medical Science Academy. She was elected fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (FAMS) in 2005. She was honoured with Excellence Award in Anatomy in 2004 by Delhi Medical Association. She has received Life Time Achievement Award, Fellowship of Anatomical Society of India, and DMA Distinguished Services Award, in 2015. She is visiting faculty of DNB, MDS and a PhD examiner.