editore: Churchill Livingstone
Podiatry students and practitioners all need to know palpation skills, but previously have struggled to find the information they need in book form. Here is the answer: the bones, joints, muscles, nerves, arteries and veins of the lower limb are described and at the end of the book are review questions to test your knowledge. "Lower Limb Anatomy, Palpation & Surfact Markings" helps you identify, understand and palpate structures through an intact skin and aids all practitioners and students in the assessment and diagnosis of conditions using manual contact techniques, relating palpation to surface markings and anatomy. Accurate location and palpation of surface structures is an essential skill for podiatrists and lower limb specialists: here is an invaluable resource to help acquire that skill.