The Textbook of Anatomy depicts detailed discussion and clinical correlations on most of the anatomical structures, and almost every chapter is liberally illustrated with 4-coloured, easy-to-understand illustrations, which the students can easily draw during their examinations. Major topics include subdivisions of the human body, skeleton of the hand and upper limb, cutaneous nerves and muscles of the pectoral region, axillary artery, veins of the free upper limb, forearm, joints of the upper limb, radiological anatomy, bones of lower extremity, lymphatic drainage, popliteal fossa, gluteal region and back of thigh, tibial nerve, dorsum of foot, front and lateral side of leg, muscles and related structures in the sole, and joints and ligaments of the pelvis. The book contains numerous high quality, hand-drawn simple illustrations, which would be self-explanatory for undergraduates as well as postgraduates and can be easily drawn at the time of examination. Most of the text on important topics has been tabulated in an easy-to-grasp and readily comprehensible format, which would make it motivating for the undergraduate students to understand the concepts of anatomy.
About the Author
Inderbir Singh MD Retired Professor of Anatomy, Rohtak, Haryana, India