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Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy, DVD 1: The Upper Extremity (No. 1) e-book

Author:

Dr. Robert D. Acland PhD

Language:

English

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Other

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Medicine & Health Sciences

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1643 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; DVD edition (September 10, 2003)

ISBN:

0781740630

Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy, DVD 1: The Upper Extremity (No. 1) e-book

by Dr. Robert D. Acland PhD


Dr For teachers, Acland's DVD Atlas shortens the time needed to provide immediate, satisfying explanations of three-dimensional structure.

DVD 1: The Upper Extremity DVD 2: The Lower Extremity DVD 3: The Trunk DVDs 4 and 5: The Head and Neck, Parts 1 and 2 DVD 6: The Internal Organs. These DVDs show you true images of real, exquisitely dissected human anatomical specimens, in three dimensions. For teachers, Acland's DVD Atlas shortens the time needed to provide immediate, satisfying explanations of three-dimensional structure.

The first DVD in this remarkable and beautifully produced DVD anatomy atlas explores the fundamental structures of the Upper Extremity. DVD 1 consists of three sections, describing: The Shoulder The Arm and Forearm The Hand. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins gratefully acknowledges the support of Jewish Hospital Foundation, Norton Healthcare, and United States Surgical Corporation in the production of the videos.

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is a series of anatomy lessons on video presented by Robert D. Acland

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is a series of anatomy lessons on video presented by Robert D. Acland. Donor challenge: For only 5 more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

The first DVD in this remarkable and beautifully produced DVD anatomy atlas . DVD 1 consists of three sections, describing: The Shoulder, The Arm, and Forearm, and The Hand. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

He was the younger son of Richard Acland and his wife Anne. He developed one of the first microsurgical instruments, the Acland micro-vessel clamp, as well as the 10-0 nylon sutures and needles that are still used today.

This free downloadable pdf file is to be used for individual study only. It is not to be reproduced in any form without the author's express permission. Acland's DVD atlas of human anatomy vol 1 part 1 1. Part 1. The shoulder. 0. 0 The best way for us to learn about the upper extremity is to begin at the very beginning, right up here. We'll start by looking at the bones of the shoulder region: the clavicle, the scapula and the humerus. Then we'll look at the joints that let them move, and the muscles, which make them move.

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For teachers, Acland's DVD Atlas shortens the time needed to provide immediate, satisfying explanations of three-dimensional structure.

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Note to Institutional Buyers: Purchase of the Institutional Version of this product allows Acland's DVD Atlas to be installed on a computer(s) within an institution.The first DVD in this remarkable and beautifully produced DVD anatomy atlas explores the fundamental structures of the Upper Extremity. DVD 1 consists of three sections, describing:

The Shoulder The Arm and Forearm The Hand

These DVDs show you true images of real, exquisitely dissected human anatomical specimens, in three dimensions. As the camera moves from one viewpoint to another, the specimen appears to rotate in space, letting the viewer experience it as a three-dimensional object. Acland's DVD Atlas uses fresh, un-embalmed specimens that retain the color, texture, mobility—and beauty—of the living human body.

A concise synchronized narration runs throughout the program. As each new structure is shown, its name appears on the screen. There is a self-testing feature at the end of each section. Specific content can be accessed through detailed searches of the index and table of contents.

For students, Acland's DVD Atlas is a time-saving aid to first-time learning, an effective way to relearn anatomy for clinical rotations, and a time-efficient tool for review. For clinicians in training and in practice, it assures a swift renewal of anatomic knowledge. For teachers, Acland's DVD Atlas shortens the time needed to provide immediate, satisfying explanations of three-dimensional structure.

Click here to view sample clips of Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy. Read more about the Acland DVDs and how they were created.
Fesho
This video prosection of the upper extremity is a beautifully prepared, expertly produced aid to the study of anatomy. Having done a dissection course in anatomy, I could not and did not perform as expert a dissection as this video series does. You see cross sectional anatomy that is seldom presented in a formal anatomy lab. Your three dimensional understanding of anatomy will take shape as you watch! Bob Acland, in his soothing British accent, narrates the video and makes you feel as if you're sitting in your living room, in front of the fireplace, sipping a cup of Darjeeling tea! Dr. Acland made it a priority in his life to produce an educational tool for students of anatomy that was affordable on a student's budget. The entire series can be had for far less than most single textbooks!
The series is a pleasure to watch, and there is plenty to refresh the memory of one who has used anatomy daily for over 30 years, as I have. Congratulations, Bob, on a job well done.
Malarad
BEST ANATOMY DVD ON THE MARKET!
Beardana
I work in musculoskeletal disfuction and pain
he video is very clear and explanatory
The images are used to learning the dynamic anatomy since I am a professor of pathology and musculoskeletal pain
Pringles
This DVD is about the next best thing to having a cadaver at my disposal. A great learning and review tool.
Ieslyaenn
Yes, that's right, I was so excited to opened the packaging to watch my new DVD and get some good studying done, I found out there was no DVD in the case! I felt like I was being punked. This has never happened to me before and Amazon is usually very reliable, nevertheless, this is nothing short of stealing. I was ripped off.
Road.to sliver
Like the other 5 DVDs presented by Dr. Acland, this is no exception to the quality and explanations given. I've never seen any cadavers that look this good and the way he explains everything pertaining to the upper extremities is by far the best I've seen. First he goes over the bones, then the muscles and the insertions and then the nerves in a systematic fashion to give the learner an exceptional feel of what is important and should be studied further. For one, by far, the most important facet of the upper extremities is the brachial plexus and it is a real bear to learn, but it is so pertinent to clinical applications that you just can't ignore it. One absolutely needs to figure out the innervations and which nerve root is responsible for the actions of the arms is absolutely critical to the learning of the student. Dr. Acland provides this for you, even though I thought it was too quick of a review to learn, he gives you the parts you can go over and over at your own pace to learn them properly. These DVDs are a must for anyone who is learning anatomy as are Netters and Rohens. You will not be dissappointed by these DVDs. They show you the perfect sections under perfect conditions. It was one of the centerpieces of my study material and I would highly recommend them to anyone studying anatomy. The great thing is that they can be suited for anyone and you get out of it what you put into it-this is no exception. But, definitely Dr. Acland makes it much easier to learn.
Thofyn
This set of DVDs is transformed from Acland's preeminent Video Atlas of Anatomy series. It is an extremely navigable learning tool with even higher quality audio and visual resolution. The DVDs are based on true dissected specimens. They are particularly useful for those who need to learn anatomy but have few or no chance to do dissection. I also know some people who want to learn anatomy but they refuse to dissect bodies. For these people, Acland'd DVDs are ideal tools. [...]

I contacted Dr. Acland via his website, and suggested him to make a script of the DVDs. He is very kind and quickly prepare a sample for me. I find that the script can help me not only with understanding his explanation in the DVDs, but also with remembering the details. I even printed his script and took them with me in the subway. I read it, and at the same time try to recall the images in the DVDs. I find it is a very good way to remember so many anatomical terms and structures.

The scripts are now available for download at Dr. Acland's website!
A great dvd to have .For all people interested in human anatomy this dvd is a must to have.

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