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Human Anatomy : Regional And Clinical Including Embryology And Genetics For Dental Students, 3rd Edition

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A. Halim



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About the Book

This new edition has been designed in accordance with the latest syllabus prescribed by the Dental Council of India. A new chapter in the beginning, devoted to Brain, Cervical Spinal nerves, Cranial nerves and Ventricles of brain has been added. The branches of the Cervical nerves make their appearance in different regions of neck and their presence can be better understood with prior knowledge. Since the dental student is predominantly interested in the anatomy of in supratemporal fossa and submandibular region, these regions have been built up from deep to superficial aspect in a reconstructive manner. The carotid triangle which feeds these regions in similarly dealt with. A chapter on general embryology having a concise, simplified account is an added feature for the convenience of students.

Anatomy has been made interesting and some of it easy to understand by referring to its clinical applications. Detailed diagrammatic representation of facts is a special feature. Examination should be an extension of teaching and so teaching should be based on examination as far as the students are concerned. This book contains much of what most examiners expect from the students. I hope this student friendly edition will be a great help to students of dentistry.


  • 1. Scalp, face & temple, lacrimal apparatus.
  • 2. Neck – Deep fascia of neck, posterior triangle, suboccipital triangle, anterior triangle, anterior median region of the neck, deep structures in the neck.
  • 3.Cranial cavity – Meninges, parts of brain, ventricles of brain, dural venous sinuses, cranial nerves attached to the brain, pituitary gland.
  • 4. Cranial nerves – III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX,XII in detail.
  • 5. Orbital cavity – Muscles of the eye ball, supports of the eye ball, nerves and vessels in the orbit.
  • 6. Parotid gland.
  • 7. Temporo mandibular joint, muscles of mastication, infratemporal fossa, pterygo – palatine fossa.
  • 8. Submandibular region.
  • 9. Walls of the nasal cavity, paranasal air sinuses.
  • 10. Palate.
  • 11. Oral cavity, Tongue.
  • 12. Pharynx (palatine tonsil and the auditory tube) Larynx.

OSTEOLOGY – Foetal skull, adult skull, individual bones of the skull, hyoid bone and cervical vertebrae

About the Editor

Prof. Halim was Head of the Deptt. of Anatomy, King George’s Medical College, Lucknow. He completed M.B.B.S. from the same institution and was awarded Gold Medal in Anatomy and Pathology. He then did his M.S in Anatomy from his alma mater.

He was awarded WHO fellowship to attend a course on Medical Education at the Centre of Medical Education University of Dundee, Scotland U.K. and he visited medical schools at Edinborough, St. Andrews, London, Nottingham and Southampton to apprise himself of the new trends in teaching anatomy. He taught anatomy for 38 years with great appreciation from his students. He has to his credit five books on various aspects of Anatomy.

He is a fellow of the British Association of clinical anatomists, Fellow of the International Medical Sciences Academy & Life member of the All India Anatomical Society. He has also been member of the Academic Council of King George’s Medical University and Inspector, Medical Council of India.

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