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The Face Pictorial Atlas of Clinical Anatomy – 1st Edition
Pictorial Atlas of Clinical Anatomy
324 pages, 380 colour illustrations, hard-cover edition, format: 24.77 x 2.54 x 29.85 cm
(1 July 2012)
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All surgical disciplines that deal with the human face must rely on an exact knowledge of its highly complex topographic-anatomical relationships. This atlas provides a unique contribution to the study of facial anatomy in which readers are allowed to explore deeper into the anatomy as the layers are stripped away, one by one. This book features elaborate composite illustrations created in layers, starting from the skeleton and working out to the surface of the skin. CT scans are used for the skeletal template, MRI series depict the inner layers of the facial region, angiographs report the anatomy of the blood vessels, and photographs of anatomical specimens as well as a living model fill out the rest. The final products are anatomical images of hyper 3D clarity and arresting beauty. Significant landmarks, anatomical details, and clinically relevant groupings of nerves and blood vessels are the primary focus of each image series to preserve clinical relevance. Accompanying text and figure legends emphasize key points, but the focus is always on the vivid anatomical images.
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The Face – Pictorial Atlas of Clinical Anatomy
Pictorial Atlas of Clinical Anatomy
354 pages, 380 colour illustrations, hard-cover edition, format: 24.77 x 2.54 x 29.85 cm
2nd revised Edition 11-Sep. 2015
In stock (can be backordered)
For the first time, the highly complex anatomical and topographic relationships of the face are represented through a comprehensive series of over 380 vivid, detailed illustrations. Because the authors use composite images of living models and anatomical dissection specimens as well as corresponding computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging series, their illustrations capture three-dimensional detail and provide surprising clarity. Facial structures can be explored layer-by-layer, and significant landmarks, anatomical details, and clinically relevant groupings of nerves and blood vessels are taken into account to preserve clinical relevance.
In addition, the layers of the dissection are always seen from the same viewpoint, thus ensuring that a clear overall orientation is maintained throughout. Accompanying text and figure legends emphasize key points, but the focus is always on the anatomical images.
A must have hand on working tool for dentists, esthetic plastic surgeons, dermatologists, ENT specialists, ophthalmologists.
Ralf J. Radlanski is Director of the Department of Craniofacial Developmental Biology at Charité, the Center for Dental and Craniofacial Sciences. As an anatomist, an internationally esteemed scientist, and as a practicing orthodontist, he works at the interface between biology-anatomy on the one hand and esthetic clinical requirements on the other, a crucial area of interaction in many clinical disciplines.
Karl H. Wesker is an artist and an illustrator. He has worked for many years on the visualization and didactic presentation of complex structures. He has developed new methods that produce highly detailed and yet esthetically fascinating images of human anatomy. These methods form the foundation of the three-volume atlas of anatomy Prometheus, which is being published by Thieme and for which he has created most of the illustrations.