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Anatomy

Textbooks

B.K.B. Berkowitz and B.J. Moxham. Head and Neck Anatomy – a clinical reference. Martin Dunitz, 2002.

B.M. Logan. P.A. Reynolds and R.T. Hutchings. McMinn’s Colour Atlas of Head and Neck Anatomy (4th ed.). Mosby Elsevier, 2010.

M.E. Atkinson. Anatomy for Dental Students (4th ed.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013.

H. Ellis and V. Mahadevan. Clinical Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors (14th ed.). Wiley Blackwell, 2018.

H. Gray and H.V. Carter (illustrations). Gray’s Anatomy (41st ed.). Elsevier. 2015.

L. Klenerman. Human Anatomy: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2015.

H. Ellis, B.M. Logan, A.K. Dixon and D.J. Bowden. Human Sectional Anatomy – Atlas of Body Sections, CT and MRI Images (4th ed.). CRC Press, 2015.

K. Sweeney. An Illustrated Adventure in Human Anatomy (2nd ed.). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002.

B.M. Logan. Logan’s Illustrated Human Anatomy. CRC Press, 2016.

Journal articles (peer reviewed literature)

F. Gröning, M. Fagan and P. O’Higgins. Modeling the Human Mandible Under Masticatory Loads: Which Input Variables are Important? The Anatomical Record 295, 853-863 (2012).

F. Gröning, J. Liu, M. Fagan and P. O’Higgins. Why Do Humans Have Chins? Testing the Mechanical Significance of Modern Human Symphyseal Morphology With Finite Element Analysis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144, 593-606 (2011).

Electronic resources