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Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy

Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy Author(s): Kenneth P. Moses, Pedro B. Nava, John C. Banks, Darrell K. Petersen

Difference between 2nd and 1st editions
Side by side comparison of table of contents helps to figure out the most significant changes.

Key differences between 2nd and 1st editions

  • Time lapse between current and previous publications: 7 years (2012 vs 2005).
  • Moses's Atlas was originally published in 2005.
  • The Second edition of Atlas consists of 47 units -- just as its original predecessor -- and it hasn't changed much compared to First Edition.
  • The Second edition presents 20 new dissections.
  • Chapter 26 "Vertebral Column" has 3 new dissections featuring ligaments of the vertebral column and the costovertebral joints
  • Chapter 33 "Gastrointestinal Tract" has key dissection of the arteries of the celiac trunk
  • Chapter 34 "Abdominal Organs" has the classic presentation of the branches.
  • Chapters 36 to 38 on the pelvic girdle and viscera and the perineum include new dissections of the iliac vessels, the female recto-uterine pouch, and the male perineal neurovascular structures.
2nd Edition of
Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy
With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access
eBook, 656 pages
eBook ISBN: 9781455728909
Published by: Saunders, March 29, 2012
with STUDENT CONSULT Online Access
Paperback, 656 pages
ISBN-10: 032307779X
ISBN-13: 9780323077798
Published by: Saunders, May 21, 2012
1st Edition of
Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy
Paperback, 524 pages
ISBN-10: 0323037445
ISBN-13: 9780323037440
Published by: Mosby, April 22, 2005

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