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Surgical Anatomy

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by G. Helbig, Dec 1, 2000.

  1. G. Helbig

    G. Helbig Junior Member

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    Does anybody know of any resources that provides a description of surgical anatomy/landmarks.
    For example: McBurney's point, Ligament of Treitz, etc.

    Thanks.

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  3. So how are the Hoosiers doin' without old Bobby?

    At any rate, *most* of my surgical texts described these, so I would think there would be a variety of resources out there. Of the top of my head, I know that Schwartz & Schwartz has it, as well as the Mount Reid handbook. For an anatomy book (probably better for MS-1), I really liked Moore's Clinical Anatomy - lots of clinical discussions and shows you where those named sites are.

    Does that help any? I'm not sure if you want a pocket handbook, surgical text or anatomy book. Have you looked on line for any resources?
     

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