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The A to Z Of Surface Anatomy

The A to Z Of Surface Anatomy

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Published by AspenPharma
This is the 9th book in the series of the A to Zs. The surface of the body is that which is the most accessible to everyone. But what lies beneath? How to get to it! These clinical aspects are considered. As usual feedback plays an extremely important role in this, please feel free to comment and contribute to any and all aspects of these publications after all they are for you – whoever you, the reader may be.
This is the 9th book in the series of the A to Zs. The surface of the body is that which is the most accessible to everyone. But what lies beneath? How to get to it! These clinical aspects are considered. As usual feedback plays an extremely important role in this, please feel free to comment and contribute to any and all aspects of these publications after all they are for you – whoever you, the reader may be.

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Published by: AspenPharma on Nov 10, 2010
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07/02/2014

 
Dr A. L. Neill
BSc MSc MBBS PhD FACBS
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The A to Z of Surface Anatomy© A. L. Neill1
Introduction
This is the 9th book in the series of
the A to Zs 
.The surface of the body is that which is the most accessible toeveryone. But what lies beneath? How to get to it! These clinicalaspects are considered. As usual feedback plays an extremelyimportant role in this, please feel free to comment and contribute toany and all aspects of these publications after all they are for you –whoever you, the reader may be.We have a website where you can view all images of
the A to Zs 
andother material and from which you make comments will be placed:
www.aspenpharma.com.au/atlas/student.htm
Please note additional images are now placed on this site. Some ofthese images are additional to those in the current editions of thebook. Also any additions and changes b/n reprints are placed on thissite so that the latest version and comments re any of the
 A to Z books 
may be viewed as soon as possible.We also have a blog and dedicated email for interaction and whereanatomical news and other helpful links can be placed please feelfree to contribute to these areas.
anatomy.update@gmail.com
 Acknowledgement
Thank you ASPENpharmacare Australia for your support & assistance inthis valuable project, particularly Mr. Greg Lan CEO of Aspenpharmacare Australia, Rob Koster, Richard Clements and Ante Mihaljevic ofTM Graphic Design & everyone who provided valuable feedback.
Dedication
To the Vitruvian man, the A to Z of mankind - and the universe? And to Greta. I love my A & Z.
How to use this book 
The structure of the
 A to Z books 
grows and develops with eachpublication, but the principle of listing structures in an alphabeticalmanner, as far as possible, and hence making the book its own indexfor easy retrieval, has been maintained.Whether they can be seen or not – i.e. the heart cannot be seen butits projection and internal structures indicated on the chest –

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