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Author: Dr. W. Stanley Monkhouse MA MB BChir PhD
ISBN: 0443063958
Language: English
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 1 edition (August 13, 2001)
Rating: 4.4
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Part of the successful, "Master Medicine" series (formerly "Churchill's Mastery of Medicine"), this core text is concise, highly readable and well illustrated.

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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States  . Concise synoptic (not telegraphic text). Only covers core, so student knows the whole book is essential. Includes key objectives. Contains simple and memorable diagrams for reproduction in exams.

It includes a wide range of self-assessment material, ideal for testing your understanding, and helping you to prepare for your exams.

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Master Medicine: Clinical Anatomy - Master Medicine (Paperback). Stanley Monkhouse (author). It includes a wide range of self-assessment material, ideal for testing your understanding, and helping you to prepare for your exams.

Appropriate self-assessment material. Dr. Monkhouse Author. Affiliations and Expertise. Provides examination practice. Part of co-ordinated series. Assistant Curate, Wirksworth Team Ministry; Matlock; Formerly at University of Nottingham Medical School at Derby and Professor of Anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland.

Monkhouse's CLINICAL ANATOMY is a short, highly readable, and well-illustrated book on anatomy, approached from the perspective of relating what medical students need to know about anatomy to the clinical work they will eventually be doing. The text includes a variety of self-assessment exercises to reinforce messages, test understanding, and help students prepare for exams.
Comments (3)
Oreavi
Well written, with a clear language, and the bonus of having the author making references to the relative importance of each section in a delightful way. It goes right to the point and focuses on the minimum amount of information possible without being too concise; it doesn`t spend paper on useless anatomic details, I guarantee you that! There is a good deal of pictures and schemes to accompany the reading and to make it understandable, but that doesn`t always happen and you sometimes can get lost trying to imagine in 3D the details that are being described. Therefore, one should accompany this reading with Netter or a good atlas, and I guess it will suffice for someone who wishes to hold a strong foundation of clinical anatomy. I hope that in a future edition, the author acknowledges this and inserts more pictures and schemes; I would rate it five stars then! Anyway, the book is extremely [priced] for a medical one, which makes it a good buy.
I am a clinical years student, and I reccomend this book to all clinical students who require a fresh and concise brainwash of clinical anatomy without having to consult the big "bibles"..., or that didn`t like their anatomy course and/or the way in which it was taught and are eager to apprehend a modern, different prspective/approach to anatomy versus the classical one.
Kamuro
As a first year medical student, I've browsed through a lot of texts looking for a good middle-ground between excessive detail (with too much trivia) and excessive condensation (with too little explanatory information and ideas). I think Monkhouse, the author, strikes a near perfect balance in this regard. He very clearly points out the differences between need to know structures and nice to know structures, something which all too few books actually do, and which is frustrating to medical students, who are often in a time crunch. I would agree with the previous reviewer that the diagrams are not always sufficient by themselves, but don't let that hold you back. All you need in addition to this book is a good atlas, like Netter or Grant, which most medical students own, anyways. Another plus of this book is that it has a lot of questions, which provide feedback on how you're doing. All in all, this book rocks!
Leyl
I don't like big books. So any fans of Gray's Anatomy, big Snell or the big Moore should stop reading now. I like books that provide nuggets of information, the common points and leave me the option to look up more. This is not meant to be your only book for anatomy and it doesn't pretend to be. It should be your starting point and the last stop before the exam.

Perhaps I was biased as Professor Monkhouse lectured at Surgeons while he was writing this book. The outline of the book follows the curriculum approach neatly. It got me through 2 years of weekly anatomy vivas and its holding me in good stead for the clinical years. Everyone should own a copy of this book.