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  • 208pp. Published August 2019
  • Scientific Research Publishing
  • Category: Medicine & Healthcare
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-573-8
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  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-574-5
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Two Zebras Human Anatomy in the Age of Wikipedia
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Seriously. Look in any large commercial bookstore—you’ll be shocked by the sheer number of books written on the subject. Especially bookstores associated with a university, and even more so, universities with a medical school. You’ll find Anatomy textbooks, many of them hefty tomes and others, slimmer, distilled, even pocket volumes. Also Anatomy atlases, some of these of the classic, masterfully hand-drawn kind and others, the increasingly popular slick photograph and illustration variety; and Anatomy dissection guides; and an Anatomy coloring
book or two. Elsewhere, there are likely Anatomy-themed novels, and more. So what, other than hubris or a tragically delayed middle-age crisis would drive me to now add yet another Anatomy book to this hopelessly cluttered pile? The only answer I have to this obvious but no-less-worthy-for-being-so question is “None of those others are like mine.” For one thing, there is the small matter of my three decades spent studying, organizing, drawing, explaining, encouraging, haranguing med students on three continents on all matters
anatomical.
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Components of the Book:
  • Head Page
  • Copyright
  • Forward
  • Acknowledgements
  • Table of Contents
  • Section I: General Concepts
  • Chapter 1. The First Day
  • Chapter 2. Assume the Position
  • Chapter 3. The Nerve!
  • Chapter 4. Water, Water Everywhere
  • Chapter 5. Making Connections
  • Section II: Thorax
  • Chapter 6. Remembering Louis
  • Chapter 7. A Hole in the Heart
  • Chapter 8. The Path to Hell
  • Chapter 9. Vessels of the Crown
  • Section III: Abdomen and Pelvis
  • Chapter 10. Adventures of Lion-Girl
  • Chapter 11. The Gut
  • Chapter 12. Anatomy of a Crime Scene
  • Chapter 13. Mrs. Smith’s Uterus
  • Chapter 14. Varicocele
  • Section IV: Limbs
  • Chapter 15. Muscle Beach
  • Chapter 16. Snuffbox
  • Chapter 17. Diane Takes a Knee
  • Chapter 18. Potts and Pins
  • Section V: Head and Neck
  • Chapter 19. Thyroid Safari
  • Chapter 20. Anatomy of a Panic Attack
  • Chapter 21. Down the Hatch!
  • Chapter 22. The Joke
  • Chapter 23. Two Zebras Bit My...
  • Section VI: Loose Ends
  • Chapter 24. Humble Origins and More Zebras
  • Glossary
  • Figure Sources
Readership: Readers who are interested in medicine, or nursing or any other medically-oriented subject.
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