Self Assessment and Review of Anatomy
Contents: 1. General anatomy. 2. Embryology. 3. Histology. 4. Neuroanatomy. 5. Head and neck. 6. Back region. 7. Thorax. 8. Upper limb. 9. Abdomen. 10. Pelvis and perineum.11. Lower limb. Self Assessment and Review of Anatomy is an adaption to the present challenge of the recent-pattern questions, which tends to explore vast extremes of the subject ‘Anatomy’. It includes theory and questions in all subsections of Anatomy-Embryology, Histology, Neuroanatomy and Gross Anatomy (including Surface and Radiological Anatomy). The book will maximize confidence and scoring in basic and advanced concepts in Anatomy and related subjects in PG Entrance Examinations conducted by AIIMS, PGIC, JIPMER, NEET and DNB. Key Features • Human Anatomy Made Simple! • Written by subject expert teaching Anatomy to PG aspirants for the past 18 years throughout India and abroad. • Comprehensive theory and latest pattern questions in all sub-sections of Anatomy- Embryology, Histology, Neuroanatomy and Gross Anatomy (including Surface and Radiological Anatomy). • Previous years’ questions with explanatory answers from the entrance examinations conducted by AIIMS, PGIC, JIPMER, NEET, and DNB. • Questions with explanatory answers of all recent questions of 2019-2001, All India PG (2019), AIIMS (Nov 2018-2001), DNB (2017-2001), JIPMER (2018-2000), NEET-PG (2019-2012). • Authentic content with extensive references to the latest edition of Gray’s Anatomy (41st Edition). • Theory and questions are precisely framed according to the latest pattern of examinations, including NEET, AIIMS, PGI Chandigarh, and JIPMER. • Simplified, fully colored diagrams with meticulous labelling. • Equips the students to master the maximum possible content in the shortest possible time. • It covers the maximum topics being asked in the recent-pattern examinations. • High-yield topics are discussed in a simplified language. • Elaborate discussion on the latest pattern questions with extensive discussion on the prospective image based questions. • Coverage of frequently asked topics in the examination in the grey area, that remains untouched by most of the authors. • Reference books include Gray’s Antomy (41st Ed), Keith L Moore (7th Ed), Langman’s Embryology (13th Ed), Ross Histology (7th Ed), Barr’s Neuroanatomy (10th Ed), Dorland’s Medical Dictionary (32nd Ed). • Excellent handling of controversial questions with standard textbook references. • The author is actively involved in live interactions on internet forum for the clarification of individual queries of the students. • Live interactive classes are being conducted by the author at select locations throughout India and abroad.