BD human anatomy- volume 1 upper limb and thorax

This attempt has been made with an object to meet the requirements of a common medical student. The text has been arranged in small classified parts to make it easier for the students to remember and recall it at will.

It is adequately illustrated with simple line diagrams which can be reproduced without any difficulty, and which also
help in understanding and memorizing the anatomical facts that appear to defy memory of a common student.

The monotony of describing the individual muscles separately, one after the other, has been minimised by writing them out in tabular form, which makes the subject interesting for a lasting memory. The relevant radiological and
surface anatomy have been treated in separate chapters. A sincere attempt has been made to deal, wherever required, the clinical applications of the subject.

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BD human anatomy – volume 2

I am thankful to Mr Ashok Kumar who has skillfully painted black and white volumes into coloured volumes
to enhance clarity. Ms Deepti Jain, Ms Anupam Jain and MsParul Jain have carried out the corrections very diligently.

Lastly, the job of pagination came on the shoulders of MrKarzan Lai Prashar who has left no stone unturned in doing his job perfectly.

Last, but not the least, the spelling mistakes have been corrected by my students, especially Ms Ruchika Girdhar and Ms Hina Garg of 1st year Bachelor of Physiotherapy course at Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Physiotherapy, New Delhi, and Mr Ashutosh Gupta of 1 st Year BDS at ITS Centre for Dental Science and Research, Muradnagar.

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