BD Chaurasia Volume 1 is a comprehensive book on the study of human anatomy. It is taught in the first year of MBBS. Most students prefer this book to cover the curriculum, others read KLM and Gray Anatomy. This book has 3 volumes. Volume 1 covers regional and applied dissection and clinical: upper limb and thorax. This book is very useful and suitable for medical students. Human anatomy is one of the most important subjects for undergraduate medical students. Since there is a shortage of modern books on the subject, whose language is easily understood, BD Chorasia has compiled this comprehensive book on the subject of human anatomy. ‘B. D-Chorasia Human Anatomy: Volume 1: The upper lumbar thorax primarily relates to a specific part of the human anatomy. The purpose of the book is to provide students with detailed information on the subject in a comprehensive manner.
The Seventh edition was published in 2016. The newly added fourth volume on brain–neuroanatomy received an excellent response from the students and the teachers alike. The Eighth edition also brings new changes, surprises, modifications and highlights. It has been designed as per MCI BoG Syllabus 2018 featuring the text and headings following the “Competency based Undergraduate Curriculum for the Indian Medical Graduate 2018”, prescribed by Medical Council of India. Many readers and teachers gave a feedback of retaining the cranial nerves in Volume 3, therefore, a brief description of all the cranial nerves has been given in the appropriate chapters.
|Title||Bd Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy, Volume 1: Regional and Applied Dissection and Clinical: Upper Limb and Thorax|
|Author||Dr BD Chaurasia |
- Text, along with the illustrations, has been thoroughly updated.
- Many new diagrams have been added and the earlier ones modified for easy comprehension.
- Some selected diagrams from the very first edition have been adapted, recreated and incorporated in these volumes.
- Quite a few radiographs and MRIs have been added to keep up with the new developments.
- Extensive editing, especially developmental editing, has been done.
- Extensive research has decoded the molecular control of development of organ tissues of the body.
- An attempt has been made to introduce molecular regulation of development of some organs in the book.
- Hope the teachers would explain them further for better understanding of the interesting aspect of embryology. It is known that many of the adult diseases have a foetal origin.
The text provides essential and relevant information to all the students. For still better and detailed learning, some selected bibliographic references have been given for inquisitive students. The cadaveric dissection is the ‘real/actual anatomy’. Since some of these were introduced in the seventh edition, more diagrams of dissection have been added for the undergraduate students, so they will not miss carrying out the dissections (due to lack of cadavers). For testing the knowledge acquired after understanding the topic, Viva Voce questions have been added. These would prove useful in theory, practical, viva voce and grand viva voce examinations. Since so much has been added to these holistic volumes, the size would surely increase, though making the text as compatible with the modern literature as is possible. Most of it is visual and anatomy as a basic component of medicine remains a subject of practical exploration. We have satisfactorily modified text to suit requirements of horizontal and vertical integrations of anatomy with other preclinical, paraclinical and clinical subjects as per BoG NMC (erstwhile MCI) guidelines
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