The A to Z of Bones, Joints and Ligaments© A. L. Neill1
This is now the fourth in the A to Z series and looks like as Ihad hoped that it will be part of a greater A to Z project with awebsite which will have all the images for student and healthprofessional use. Using the positive feedback I have obtainedfrom the A to Z of the Skull, I have enlarged the scope of thebook to include all the bones, joints and ligaments of thehuman body. I have added and changed the presentation toincorporate some of the excellent suggestions I have had fromthe Skull and other books. Again I have included a feedback page at the end of this book and I hope that from it if there are any suggestions or ideasabout the publication that this will be used as a guide to any ofyou who may have some ideas for this project. However if you just want to write fax, email or other send your suggestions tome, I am always pleased to hear them.I am always grateful for the feedback I have received from theother publications.
Again I would like and need to thank Aspen Pharmacare fortheir support and assistance in this valuable project particularlyGreg Lan. In a day when there is deep concern within themedical and other health care professional bodies that anatomyand other basic sciences are not being taught adequately tonew students, this type of resource is even more important.Students are aware of what they need to know and nowadaysare extremely resourceful in finding information. Doctors andother Health professionals are on a continuing pathway in thequest to review their knowledge and keep abreast with newand changing factors in medicine and it is hoped this resourcewill help in these searches of the new and the experienced, ofall those interested in health and medicine.