John Bell, the Scottish anatomist, criticized the size and pretensions of the earlier books and argued for a plain style adapted to the needs of teaching and surgery. Henry Gray's famous Anatomy of 1858, illustrated by Henry Vandyke ...
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Many anatomy style books start with a whole load of information about the body that is sometimes dicult to perceive how you are going to use before they get into the juicy bit, if ever. Instead, in the Key Concepts section, ...
Author: Stu Girling
Publisher: Stuart Girling
Category: Health & Fitness
This is a Yoga Anatomy book for yoga practitioners, whether teachers or students and irrespective of style. It is about the doing of yoga, not abstract theory. Stu's focus throughout the book is on providing useful insights into what influences movement, and stability in the human body, and the implementation of those ideas into a physical yoga practice. Many students can be put off the subject of anatomy because in the wrong hands it can be dry and hard to relate to, but that won't happen here. Drawing from his many years of teaching yoga anatomy in studios around the world, Stu has managed to determine the most relevant information and the best way to present it. His relaxed style and emphasis on useability make the book engaging and enlightening. All of the concepts are brought to life by the fantastic illustrator Bug, who conjures up a visual feast that combines detail where needed with plenty of humour to enhance the reading and learning experience. The book is crammed with illustrations, providing visually stimulating concepts, and many practical exercises to help transition from the page to the body. If you are looking for a book that helps you incorporate anatomical principles into the way you perform yoga postures, increase flexibility and build strength, then this one will definitely deliver.
The Anatomy of Any Style : Preimpact Set of Decisions Impact Set of Decisions 000 Postimpact Set of Decisions Figure 4.1 . The Anatomy of Any Style THE ANATOMY OF STYLE A Let us see how these characteristics , the essence of this style ...
Anatomy curriculum and paper style has changed a lot from the time when we were students. As per new competency-based curriculum by NMC/MCI, the focus has changed to short questions and MCQs. Much emphasis is given now-a-days to the ...
Author: Ritesh Shah
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer India Pvt. Ltd.
Anatomy made easy: short questions and answers contains extensive coverage of wide variety of topics related to all aspects of anatomy. This book has been envisioned to facilitate learning in the form of short questions and answers in anatomy. It is designed to aid the first-year MBBS students as well as students preparing for the Pre-PG examination. This book will also help the first-year MBBS students in their viva voce examination. A simple and easy-to-use book for medical students which is thoroughly updated and systematically organized. Key features questions are prepared after analyzing question papers of various colleges and universities which make this book most suitable for students. Organization of the questions aligns with new competency-based curriculum being adopted by all colleges and universities. Questions appear in the sequence according to the topics given in the standard textbook. This makes it easy for students to follow the topics as given in the textbook. Answers to the questions are pinpoint and many answers also contain additional information pertaining to the topic which provides better understanding of the topic. The book also contains many clinical anatomy question–answers which are not given in standard textbook but are asked in examination. This book features more than 160 line diagrams which can guide the students in better retention and are easy to reproduce by the students in examination.
The intimate style positions the listener with one character for the length of the play, producing empathy with that individual. Listeners move with the character as he or she travels through a sonic world possessing “scenic and ...
Author: Jacob Smith
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Social Science
"This collection of essays examines one of the most important, yet understudied, media authors of all time--Norman Corwin--using him as a critical lens to consider the history of multimedia authorship, particularly in the realm of sound. Known for seven decades as the 'poet laureate' of radio, Corwin is most famous for his radio dramas, which reached tens of millions of listeners around the world and contributed to radio drama's success as a mass media form in the 1930s and 1940s. But Corwin was a pioneer in multiple media, including cinema, theater, TV, public service broadcasting, journalism, and even cantata. In each of these areas, Corwin had a distinctive approach to sonic aesthetics and mastery of multiple aspects of media production, relying in part on his inventive atmospheric effects in the studio both prerecorded, and, more impressively, live in real time. From the front lines of World War II to his role as Chief of Special Projects for United Nations Radio and his influence on media today, the political and social aspect of Corwin's work is woven into these essays. With a foreword by Michele Hilmes and contributions from Thomas Doherty, Mary Ann Watson, Shawn VanCour, David Ossman and others, this volume cements Corwin's reputation as perhaps the greatest writer in the history of radio, while also showing that his long career is a neglected model of multimedia authorship."--Provided by publisher.
One was a low style, oriented around dissection, structural anatomy and the students. It was much like the format of their private lessons and probably took place in the rooms under the main theatre floor.22 The high style developed in ...
Author: Lynda Payne
The practice of medicine in the days before the development of anaesthetics could often be a brutal and painful experience. Many procedures, especially those involving surgery, must have proved almost as distressing to the doctor as to the patient. Yet in order to cure, the medical practitioner was often required to inflict pain and the patient to endure it. Some level of detachment has always been required of the doctor and especially, of the surgeon. It is the construction of this detachment, or dispassion, in early modern England, with which this work is concerned. The book explores the idea of medical dispassion and shows how practitioners developed the intellectual, verbal and manual skill of being able to replace passion with equanimity and distance. As the skill of 'dispassion' became more widespread it was both enthusiastically promoted and vehemently attacked by scientific and literary writers throughout the early modern period. To explain why the practice was so controversial and aroused such furor, this study takes into account not only patterns of medical education and clinical practice but wider debates concerning social, philosophical and religious ideas.
O PRE FACE Human Anatomy is designed primarily for a one - semester course , usually taken in the first or second year ... most important qualities of an acceptable textbook are accuracy , writing style , and quality of illustrations .
USMLE Step 1 Review - Gross Anatomy INCLUDES Online Access to Full Text and Questions from the Book ! ... This new updated edition includes : - USMLE - style questions with answers and explanations at the end of each chapter • End - of ...
Author: Kyung Won Chung
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Presents detailed information and diagrams about human anatomy, with review questions and answers, and a comprehensive examination.
Index to Apple CAI Software by Topic NAME OF PROGRAM STYLE TOPIC COMPANY Heart Lab D & P Anatomy Educational Activit. Human Body Overview Tutorial Anatomy Brain Bank Neuromuscular Concepts Tutorial Anatomy Biosource Skeletal muscle ...
Author: Marion J. Ball
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Nursing, like other health-related professions, is information-inten sive. The quality of care a patient receives is based on the soundness of judgment exercised by the health care team. Underlying sound judg ment is up-to-date information. Unless nurses have access to accurate and pertinent information, the care being rendered will not be of the highest standard. What is required is not necessarily more rapid and efficient informa tion services. Modern technology can process immense amounts of data in the blink of an eye. What we in the health professions need are information systems that are more intelligent, systems that can inte grate information from many sources, systems that analyze and syn thesize information and display it so that it may be applied directly in patient care-in other words, information that answers a question or even gives practical advice. In order to accomplish such objectives, work is needed to establish the scientific and theoretical basis for the use of computing and infor mation systems by health professionals. This is the research com ponent. In addition, there is the need for continued development and evaluation of practical information systems.
Anatomy. of. a. style. sheet. A single style sheet can contain an endless amount of presentational information. This information is organized into a sequence of statements and organized by selectors, each of which specifies one rule ...
Author: Joe Lewis