Perception of medical students towards the clinical relevance of anatomy.

@article{Moxham2007PerceptionOM,
  title={Perception of medical students towards the clinical relevance of anatomy.},
  author={Bernard John Moxham and Odile Plaisant},
  journal={Clinical anatomy},
  year={2007},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={560-4}
}
Recent developments worldwide in medical curricula have often led to major cuts in the teaching of human anatomy. Indeed, it is perceived by some that gross (topographical) anatomy has an exaggerated importance in the initial training of doctors. The value of anatomy consequently has frequently been considerably diminished within medical curricula that have reduced factual content. To date, however, there have been no objective studies into the perceived relevance of anatomy to clinical… CONTINUE READING