Anatomy video tutorials guide you from an overview of the bones and landmarks of the skull and cervical vertebrae through to the complexities of the sinuses, foramina, and fossae. Illustrations from the classic Netter/Atlas of Human Anatomy, radiologic images, and terminology glossaries supplement each video step. The modular organization allows you to dive in and out of the content as time allows in your busy schedule. Use Netter’s Video Modules: Head and Neck Osteology, by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as a learning tool, for quick review, or as a teaching aid.
• A dynamic anatomy lesson combining video shot in the dissection lab, Netter illustrations, terminology glossaries, and radiologic images – created through a collaboration of anatomists and developers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
• Head and neck anatomy focused on osteology, bony landmarks, and transmitting structures.
• Modular organization for quick learning or review.