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- ChapterSource: Baker E, Warshaw J, Schünke M et al., ed. Anatomy for Dental Medicine in Your Pocket. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2018. doi:10.1055/b-005-148827Comment: Cranial Bones: Lateral View|Skull: Bony Features and Landmarks: Lateral View|Skull: Anterior View|Skull: Posterior View|Skull: External Surface of Calvaria|Skull: Internal Surface of Calvaria|Skull: Inferior View|Hard Palate: Inferior View|Hard Palate, Nasal Cavity, and Middle Cranial Fossa: Posterior View|Nasal Cavity View of the Hard Palate (Superior View)|Cranial Cavity: Superior View|Sphenoid Bone: Anterior View|Sphenoid Bone: Superior View|Temporal Bone: Lateral View|Temporal Bone: Inferior View|Temporal Bone: Medial View|Ethmoid Bone|Mandible: Anterior View|Mandible: Posterior View|Mandible: Oblique Lateral View
Chapter 1 - Nervous System, Selected From Thieme Test Prep for the USMLE®: Clinical Anatomy Q&A, Mark H. Hankin, Dennis E. Morse, Judith M. Venuti, and Malli Barremkala, 2020Source: Hankin M, Morse D, Venuti J et al., ed. Thieme Test Prep for the USMLE®: Clinical Anatomy Q&A. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2019. doi:10.1055/b-006-161186Comment: ANATOMICAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES|1.1 Questions|1.2 Answers and Explanations
- ChapterSource: Passarge E, ed. Color Atlas of Genetics. 5th Edition. Thieme; 2017. doi:10.1055/b-005-148910Comment: The genome represents all molecules and functional elements required for survival and genetic transmission to the next generation. This term can apply to a single cell, an individual member of a species, or an entire species. Genomics is the scientific field dealing with all structural and functional aspects of the genome. Increasingly efficient automated sequencing methods have yielded the DNA sequence of the genome of numerous animals, thousands of humans from different ethnic groups, plants, and all microorganisms of medical or agricultural interest.
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