Thieme Dissector, Second Edition is a richly illustrated and detailed three-volume manual for guiding students and teachers in the dissection lab. It is enriched with intricate illustrations of the human anatomy created from the clinician’s perspective. These illustrations and the carefully researched and structured text elucidate the layer-by-layer dissection of each region of the human body in a stepwise manner.
The volumes have been created by renowned experts in the field: Dr. Vishram Singh, Dr. G. P. Pal, Dr. S. D. Gangane, and Dr. Sanjoy Sanyal. The text of the volumes flows lucidly through well-defined sections in each chapter. These sections have also been made visually distinct to aid access. The authors have aimed to make the reading of these volumes educative, interesting, and visually engaging.
Salient Features of the Second Edition
Updated videos: Provides access to more than 100 new videos on Thieme MedOne to facilitate learning, understanding, and comprehension. These videos enhance the scope of understanding the topic under discussion.
Dissection screenshots: Most relevant and duly labelled screenshots from the cadaveric dissection videos are presented at suitable places within the text to provide better insight into the steps of dissection.
Radiographs: Includes newly added radiographs to help broaden the gamut of interpretation of the anatomy.
New section: A new section on “Vertebral Column” has been added to Volume I for extensive coverage of the back region.
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1. Osteology of the Upper Limb
2. Pectoral Region and Axilla
3. Dissection of the Back
4. Scapular Region and Shoulder
5. Anterior Compartment of the Arm and Cubital Fossa
6. Posterior Compartment of the Arm
7. Flexor Compartment of the Forearm and Palm
8. Extensor Compartment of the Forearm and Dorsum of the Hand
9. Nerves of the Upper Limb
10. Joints of the Upper Limb
11. Introduction to Thorax
12. Skeleton of the Thorax
13. Thoracic Wall
14. Thoracic Cavity
15. Joints of the Thorax