Minris Refresh and try again. Annotation Designed specifically for beginning students, this concise text presents the fundamentals of histology in clinical problems. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Please fill in a complete birthday Enter a valid birthday. Mood rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Contact Us Need help? Essential Histology by David H.

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Designed for first-year dental students, it also serves to teach anatomy to students of dental hygiene as well as a review for the practicing clinician. The head and neck comprise the foundation for dental anatomical study. The many small, interrelated structures are not easily observable, which makes head and neck anatomy one of the most difficult disciplines for students to master. This 3rd edition has received a bit of a facelift. Elsevier has redesigned the look of the book, and I hope you are as pleased with the outcome as I am.

There are numerous additions and revisions to the book. First is the appendix on the lymphatics — with emphasis on the head and neck. Second, more than 30 radiographic images have been added to the existing image catalog to complement the anatomy illustrations throughout the text. Radiology is an important part of the education of every dental student, and it is a natural addition to any anatomy text.

Third, more clinical correlates have been added to provide real world scenarios for the student. Fourth, many of the tables and artwork have been revised following the suggestions of many of our readers of the previous editions. In the 3rd edition, there are 50 new questions that cover the chapters in the text. However, to give our readers more, Elsevier has created a test bank of questions on Student Consult. Thus, students can access all of the questions from previous editions as well as other review questions on Student Consult for a more robust review of the material.

Another perk of Student Consult includes the addition of short anatomical video clips using the imaging from the 3rd edition. To understand the clinical significance of an anatomical concept is to understand the anatomy. It is with that in mind that a series of clinical correlates that relate specifically to dentistry are provided at the end of the chapters.

There are many anatomical topics covered in traditional head and neck courses that have been expanded especially for this text.

A chapter has been dedicated to the temporomandibular joint. In the chapter on the oral cavity, more information has been provided for the reader on such topics as dentition. Chapters on the development of the head and neck and basic neuroscience are included to help connect with other related anatomical areas. A chapter on intraoral injections is included to help teach and reinforce an area often overlooked.

The intent of these chapters is to provide the reader with a brief overview of important concepts related to head and neck anatomy. A superb team of medical illustrators created new art to complement the anatomical illustrations of Dr. Frank H. Netter, which resulted in a more complete learning tool.

In particular, the new illustrations of Dr. Carlos Machado demonstrate why he continues to be the preeminent medical illustrator in his field. The Temporomandibular Joint chapter features 6 new figures by Dr. Machado, and I know you will find them as spectacular as I do.

My hope is that this book will provide an essential resource to readers in helping them to learn and appreciate the complex anatomy of the head and neck.


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