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  • 24000lei 150.00 lei

    Un atlas de anatomie de foarte buna calitate ce prezinta notiunile anatomice intr-un context clinic. Atlasul de anatomie utilizeaza nomenclatura internationala în limba latina si contine tot ceea ce este nevoie pentru a rezolva cu succes provocarile ridicate de studiul anatomic. Ilustratiile color sunt realizate de doi artisti consacrati, Markus Voll si Karl Wesker. Atlasul este organizat astfel incat sa se parcurga pas cu pas fiecare regiune a corpului. Studiul regional incepe cu studiul de baza al scheletului. Capitolele urmatoare construiesc pe aceasta fundatie, prezentand muschi, organe, vase, nervi. In final se prezinta anatomia topografica, pentru a realiza o vedere de ansamblu. Studiul regional se incheie cu anatomia pe viu si cu o serie de intrebari care te provoaca sa aplici cunostintele anatomice la examenul fizic al pacientilor.

    Caracteristici:

    -         2.200 ilustratii color de o calitate exceptionala;

    -         Nomenclatura internationala in limba latina;

    -         Scurte texte introductive ce expliciteaza fiecare imagine.

    -         Corelatii anatomo-clinice incluzand imagini radiologice, de rezonana magnetica, tomografie computerizata si imagini endoscopice;

    -         Tabele cu date despre muschi ce prezinta origine, insertie si inervatie intr-o maniera mnemotehnica ideala;

    -         Repere de orientare asupra localizarii organului si a planului de directie. In acest mod cititorul gaseste tot ce are nevoie pentru a realiza, pas cu pas, intr-un mod logic, studiul anatomic.

  • 34000lei 305.00 lei

     Usor de citit, cu un numar impresionant de desene anatomice si relevanta din punct de vedere clinic, Anatomia lui Gray pentru studenti, editia a patra, reprezinta manualul viitorilor medici in ceea ce priveste informatiile esentiale din anatomia umana. Acest volum complet revizuit se concentreaza pe cunostințele de baza pe care studentii trebuie sa le detina si se distinge printr-un format usor accesibil care faciliteaza parcurgerea eficienta a materialului. O echipa de autori si consilieri experti la nivel mondial isi impartasesc vasta experienta de predare si practica clinica, evidentiata si de cele peste 1 000 de ilustratii originale prezente pe parcursul cartii. 

    • Ajuta studentii sa inteleaga aplicatiile practice ale conceptelor anatomice prin parcurgerea unica a anatomiei regionale, a imaginilor corelative de diagnostic si a studiilor clinice de caz. 
    • Ofera conținut clinic complet revizuit si actualizat – incluzand numeroase noi casete de tip Noțiuni clinice plus noi cazuri medicale, ilustratii si informatii corelate pe parcursul intregului volum. 
    • Permite cititorilor sa afle rapid conceptele de baza din fiecare capitol, cu ajutorul Descrierii generale. 
    • Contine noi desene schematice pentru structurile si subiectele-cheie din fiecare capitol, oferind astfel o abordare simplificată, ideala pentru o ințelegere rapida și o reproducere ușoara a ilustratiilor de anatomie.
    • Prezinta anatomia umana in mod logic in funcțte de regiunea corpului, acoperind fiecare dintre sistemele principale ale corpului pentru a facilita invatarea (sistemele cardiovascular, respirator, gastrointestinal, urogenital, limfatic si nervos).
    Editia a patra a Anatomiei lui Gray pentru studenti este o carte moderna care poate fi inclusa fara ezitare in orice bibliografie. Conceputa pentru studentii din diferite arii medicale (medicina generala, dentara, dar si alte specialitati), lucrarea se dovedeste folositoare acestora in sistemul tradițional de invațamant, dar poate reprezenta si o completare adusa cursurilor si lucrarilor practice. Fiecare capitol poate fi tratat independent, ordinea in care acestea se studiaza neafectând calitatea actului educațional. Volumul se distinge printr-o buna traducere, care gaseste linia comuna intre limbajul anatomic american si cel romanesc.

  • 100.00 lei

     

    Reinforce your knowledge of physiology with this active, engaging, and relaxing review method! Netter's Physiology Coloring Book makes abstract concepts more concrete as you use color and tactile movement to reinforce your memory and understanding of challenging topics. It's a fun and interactive way to learn and review a complex but fascinating subject-whether you're taking a physiology course or lab, or preparing for a career in science or medicine and healthcare.

    More than "just” a coloring book, this unique learning tool offers: 

    ·         More than 100 key topics in physiology, using bold, clear drawings based on classic artwork by Frank Netter, MD and other master scientific and medical illustrators. 

    ·         Coloring exercises that emphasize pathways, processes, and cycles for a visual memory aid. 

    ·         Quick-reference tables and Pathophysiology Notes that bridge basic science with health care and medicine. 

    ·         Workbook review questions and drawing challenges to reinforce comprehension and retention. 

    ·         Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook includes  completed coloring and workbook pages for reference and allows you to access all of the text and figures, from the book on a variety of devices. 

     

     

  • 25400lei 165.00 lei

     

    Grant's Dissector, Seventeenth Edition provides step-by-step human cadaver dissection procedures for students to perform in the anatomy lab and to recognize important relationships revealed through dissection. More informative and approachable than ever, this updated seventeenth edition broadens students' understanding of key dissection procedures and readies them for success in healthcare practice.

    Each chapter is consistently organized beginning with a Dissection Overview that provides a blueprint of what needs to be accomplished during the dissection session and includes relevant surface anatomy. Dissection Instructions offer a logical sequence and numbered steps for the dissection. The Dissection Follow-up emphasizes important features of the dissection and encourages students to reflect on and synthesize the information.

    • New and revised illustrations, including new surface landmark illustrations, strengthen students' grasp of common dissection procedures.
    • New chapter introductions focus students' attention on relevant Clinical Correlations.
    • Reorganized Skeletal and Surface Anatomy sections guide students logically from palpating bony structures to making skin incisions.
    • Enhanced and streamlined cross-references reinforce understanding with direct links to related content in Grant's Atlas of Anatomy as well as Grant's Dissection Videos.
    • Dissection Overviews guide students through relevant surface anatomy and osteology.
    • Numbered, step-by-step Dissection Instructions clarify procedures and enhance the dissection experience.
    • Full-color illustrations improve students' accuracy and precision from initial incisions through deeper dissections.
    • Clinical Correlation boxes place procedures in a clinical context to ready students for healthcare practice.

     

  • 21000lei 170.00 lei

     

    Description:

     

    Study efficiently while being confident in your mastery of the most important anatomical concepts! Flashcards have been thoroughly revised to reflect the updates made to the companion text, Gray's Anatomy for Students, 4th Edition.

    Understand the clinical relevance of your anatomical knowledge with clinical imaging cards.

    Conveniently access all of the need-to-know anatomy information! Each card presents beautiful 4-color artwork or a radiologic image of a particular structure/area of the body, with numbered leader lines indicating anatomical structures; labels to the structures are listed by number on the reverse, in addition to relevant functions, clinical correlations, and more.

    Fully grasp the practical applications of anatomy with "In the Clinic" discussions on most cards, which relate structures to corresponding clinical disorders; a page reference to the companion textbook (Gray's Anatomy for Students, 4th Edition) facilitates access to further information.

    Access a clear, visual review of key concepts with wiring diagrams that detail the innervation of nerves to organs and other body parts, as well as muscle cards covering functions and attachments.

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Section 1 Overview

    1 Surface Anatomy: Male Anterior View

    2 Surface Anatomy: Female Posterior View

    3 Skeleton: Anterior View

    4 Skeleton: Posterior View

    5 Muscles: Anterior View

    6 Muscles: Posterior View

    7 Vascular System: Arteries

    8 Vascular System: Veins

    Section 2 Back

    9 Skeletal Framework: Vertebral Column

    10 Skeletal Framework: Typical Vertebra

    11 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 1

    12 Skeletal Framework: Atlas, Axis, and Ligaments

    13 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 2

    14 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra 3

    15 Skeletal Framework: Sacrum and Coccyx

    16 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph I

    17 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph II

    18 Skeletal Framework: Vertebra Radiograph III

    19 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Joints

    20 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Foramen

    21 Skeletal Framework: Vertebral Ligaments

    22 Skeletal Framework: Intervertebral Disc Protrusion

    23 Muscles: Superficial Group

    24 Muscles: Trapezius Innervation and Blood Supply

    25 Muscles: Intermediate Group

    26 Muscles: Erector Spinae

    27 Muscles: Transversospinalis and Segmentals

    28 Muscles: Suboccipital Region

    29 Spinal Cord

    30 Spinal Cord Details

    31 Spinal Nerves

    32 Spinal Cord Arteries

    33 Spinal Cord Arteries Detail

    34 Spinal Cord Meninges

    Section 3 Thorax

    35 Thoracic Skeleton

    36 Typical Rib

    37 Rib I Superior Surface

    38 Sternum

    39 Vertebra, Ribs, and Sternum

    40 Thoracic Wall

    41 Thoracic Cavity

    42 Intercostal Space with Nerves and Vessels

    43 Pleural Cavity

    44 Pleura

    45 Parietal Pleura

    46 Right Lung

    47 Left Lung

    48 CT: Left Pulmonary Artery

    49 CT: Right Pulmonary Artery

    50 Mediastinum: Subdivisions

    51 Pericardium

    52 Pericardial Sinuses

    53 Anterior Surface of the Heart

    54 Diaphragmatic Surface and Base of the Heart

    55 Right Atrium

    56 Right Ventricle

    57 Left Atrium

    58 Left Ventricle

    59 Plain Chest Radiograph

    60 MRI: Chambers of the Heart

    61 Coronary Arteries

    62 Coronary Veins

    63 Conduction System

    64 Superior Mediastinum

    65 Superior Mediastinum: Cross Section

    66 Superior Mediastinum: Great Vessels

    67 Superior Mediastinum: Trachea and Esophagus

    68 Mediastinum: Right Lateral View

    69 Mediastinum: Left Lateral View

    70 Posterior Mediastinum

    71 Normal Esophageal Constrictions and Esophageal Plexus

    72 Thoracic Aorta and Branches

    73 Azygos System of Veins and Thoracic Duct

    74 Thoracic Sympathetic Trunks and Splanchnic Nerves

    Section 4 Abdomen

    75 Abdominal Wall: Nine-Region Pattern

    76 Abdominal Wall: Layers Overview

    77 Abdominal Wall: Transverse Section

    78 Rectus Abdominis

    79 Rectus Sheath

    80 Inguinal Canal

    81 Spermatic Cord

    82 Round Ligament of the Uterus

    83 Inguinal Region: Internal View

    84 Viscera: Anterior View

    85 Viscera: Anterior View, Small Bowel Removed

    86 Stomach

    87 Double-Contrast Radiograph: Stomach and Duodenum

    88 Duodenum

    89 Radiograph: Jejunum and Ileum

    90 Large Intestine

    91 Barium Radiograph: Large Intestine

    92 Liver

    93 CT: Liver

    94 Pancreas

    95 CT: Pancreas

    96 Bile Drainage

    97 Arteries: Arterial Supply of Viscera

    98 Arteries: Celiac Trunk

    99 Arteries: Superior Mesenteric

    100 Arteries: Inferior Mesenteric

    101 Veins: Portal System

    102 Viscera: Innervation

    103 Posterior Abdominal Region: Overview

    104 Posterior Abdominal Region: Bones

    105 Posterior Abdominal Region: Muscles

    106 Diaphragm

    107 Anterior Relationships of Kidneys

    108 Internal Structure of the Kidney

    109 CT: Renal Pelvis

    110 Renal and Suprarenal Gland Vessels

    111 Abdominal Aorta

    112 Inferior Vena Cava

    113 Urogram: Pathway of Ureter

    114 Lumbar Plexus

    Section 5 Pelvis and Perineum

    115 Pelvis

    116 Pelvic Bone

    117 Ligaments

    118 Muscles: Pelvic Diaphragm and Lateral Wall

    119 Perineal Membrane and Deep Perineal Pouch

    120 Viscera: Female Overview

    121 Viscera: Male Overview

    122 Male Reproductive System

    123 Female Reproductive System

    124 Uterus and Uterine Tubes

    125 Sacral Plexus

    126 Internal Iliac Posterior Trunk

    127 Internal Iliac Anterior Trunk

    128 Female Perineum

    129 Male Perineum

    130 Anal Triangle Cross Section

    131 Superficial Perineal Pouch: Muscles

    132 MRI: Male Pelvic Cavity and Perineum

    133 Deep Perineal Pouch: Muscles

    134 MRI: Female Pelvic Cavity and Perineum

    Section 6 Lower Limb

    135 Skeleton: Overview

    136 Acetabulum

    137 Femur

    138 Hip Joint Ligaments

    139 Ligament of Head of Femur

    140 Radiograph: Hip Joint

    141 CT: Hip Joint

    142 Femoral Triangle

    143 Saphenous Vein

    144 Anterior Compartment: Muscles

    145 Anterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    146 Femoral Artery

    147 Medial Compartment: Muscles

    148 Medial Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    149 Obturator Nerve

    150 Gluteal Region: Muscles

    151 Gluteal Region: Muscle Attachments I

    152 Gluteal Region: Muscle Attachments II

    153 Gluteal Region: Arteries

    154 Gluteal Region: Nerves

    155 Sacral Plexus

    156 Posterior Compartment: Muscles

    157 Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    158 Sciatic Nerve

    159 Knee: Anterolateral View

    160 Knee: Menisci and Ligaments

    161 Knee: Collateral Ligaments

    162 MRI: knee joint

    163 Radiographs: Knee Joint

    164 Knee: Popliteal Fossa

    165 Leg: Bones

    166 Leg Posterior Compartment: Muscles

    167 Leg Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments I

    168 Leg Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments II

    169 Leg Posterior Compartment: Arteries and Nerves

    170 Leg Lateral Compartment: Muscles

    171 Leg Lateral Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    172 Leg Lateral Compartment: Nerves

    173 Leg Anterior Compartment: Muscles

    174 Leg Anterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    175 Leg Anterior Compartment: Arteries and Nerves

    176 Foot: Bones

    177 Radiograph: Foot

    178 Foot: Ligaments

    179 Radiograph: Ankle

    180 Dorsal Foot: Muscles

    181 Dorsal Foot: Muscle Attachments

    182 Dorsal Foot: Arteries

    183 Dorsal Foot: Nerves

    184 Tarsal Tunnel

    185 Sole of Foot: Muscles, First Layer

    186 Sole of Foot: Muscles, Second Layer

    187 Sole of Foot: Muscles, Third Layer

    188 Sole of Foot: Muscles, Fourth Layer

    189 Sole of Foot: Muscle Attachments, First and Second Layers

    190 Sole of Foot: Muscle Attachments, Third Layer

    191 Sole of Foot: Arteries

    192 Sole of Foot: Nerves

    Section 7 Upper Limb

    193 Overview: Skeleton

    194 Clavicle

    195 Scapula

    196 Humerus

    197 Sternoclavicular and Acromioclavicular Joints

    198 Multidetector CT: Sternoclavicular Joint

    199 Radiograph: Acromioclavicular Joint

    200 Shoulder Joint

    201 Radiograph: Glenohumeral Joint

    202 Pectoral Region: Breast

    203 Pectoralis Major

    204 Pectoralis Minor: Nerves and Vessels

    205 Posterior Scapular Region: Muscles

    206 Posterior Scapular Region: Muscle Attachments

    207 Posterior Scapular Region: Arteries and Nerves

    208 Axilla: Vessels

    209 Axilla: Arteries

    210 Axilla: Nerves

    211 Axilla: Brachial Plexus

    212 Axilla: Lymphatics

    213 Humerus: Posterior View

    214 Distal Humerus

    215 Proximal End of Radius and Ulna

    216 Arm Anterior Compartment: Biceps

    217 Arm Anterior Compartment: Muscles

    218 Arm Anterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    219 Arm Anterior Compartment: Arteries

    220 Arm Anterior Compartment: Veins

    221 Arm Anterior Compartment: Nerves

    222 Arm Posterior Compartment: Muscles

    223 Arm Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments

    224 Arm Posterior Compartment: Nerves and Vessels

    225 Elbow Joint

    226 Cubital Fossa

    227 Radius

    228 Ulna

    229 Radiographs: Elbow Joint

    230 Radiograph: Forearm

    231 Wrist and Bones of Hand

    232 Radiograph: Wrist

    233 Radiographs: Hand and Wrist Joint

    234 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Muscles, First Layer

    235 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments, Superficial Layer

    236 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Muscles, Second Layer

    237 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Muscles, Third Layer

    238 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments, Intermediate and Deep Layers

    239 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Arteries

    240 Forearm Anterior Compartment: Nerves

    241 Forearm Posterior Compartment: Muscles, Superficial Layer

    242 Forearm Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments, Superficial Layer

    243 Forearm Posterior Compartment: Outcropping Muscles

    244 Forearm Posterior Compartment: Muscle Attachments, Deep Layer

    245 Forearm Posterior Compartment: Nerves and Arteries

    246 Hand: Cross Section Through Wrist

    247 Hand: Superficial Palm

    248 Hand: Thenar and Hypothenar Muscles

    249 Palm of Hand: Muscle Attachments, Thenar and Hypothenar Muscles

    250 Lumbricals

    251 Adductor Muscles

    252 Interosseous Muscles

    253 Palm of Hand: Muscle Attachments

    254 Superficial Palmar Arch

    255 Deep Palmar Arch

    256 Median Nerve

    257 Ulnar Nerve

    258 Radial Nerve

    259 Dorsal Venous Arch

    Section 8 Head and Neck

    260 Skull: Anterior View

    261 Multidetector CT: Anterior View of Skull

    262 Skull: Lateral View

    263 Multidetector CT: Lateral View of Skull

    264 Skull: Posterior View

    265 Skull: Superior View

    266 Skull: Inferior View

    267 Skull: Anterior Cranial Fossa

    268 Skull: Middle Cranial Fossa

    269 Skull: Posterior Cranial Fossa

    270 Meninges

    271 Dural Septa

    272 Meningeal Arteries

    273 Blood Supply to Brain

    274 Magnetic Resonance Angiogram: Carotid and Vertebral Arteries

    275 Circle of Willis

    276 Dural Venous Sinuses

    277 Cavernous Sinus

    278 Cavernous Sinus

    279 Cranial Nerves: Floor of Cranial Cavity

    280 Facial Muscles

    281 Lateral Face

    282 Sensory Nerves of the Head

    283 Vessels of the Lateral Face

    284 Scalp

    285 Orbit: Bones

    286 Lacrimal Apparatus

    287 Orbit: Extra-ocular Muscles

    288 MRI: Muscles of the Eyeball

    289 Superior Orbital Fissure and Optic Canal

    290 Orbit: Superficial Nerves

    291 Orbit: Deep Nerves

    292 Eyeball

    293 Visceral Efferent (Motor) Innervation: Lacrimal Gland

    294 Visceral Efferent (Motor) Innervation: Eyeball (Iris and Ciliary Body)

    295 Visceral Efferent (Motor) Pathways Through Pterygopalatine Fossa

    296 External Ear

    297 External, Middle, and Internal Ear

    298 Tympanic Membrane

    299 Middle Ear: Schematic View

    300 Internal Ear

    301 Infratemporal Region: Muscles of Mastication

    302 Infratemporal Region: Muscles

    303 Infratemporal Region: Arteries

    304 Infratemporal Region: Nerves, Part 1

    305 Infratemporal Region: Nerves, Part 2

    306 Parasympathetic Innervation of Salivary Glands

    307 Pterygopalatine Fossa: Gateways

    308 Pterygopalatine Fossa: Nerves

    309 Pharynx: Posterior View of Muscles

    310 Pharynx: Lateral View of Muscles

    311 Pharynx: Midsagittal Section

    312 Pharynx: Posterior View, Opened

    313 Larynx: Overview

    314 Larynx: Cartilage and Ligaments

    315 Larynx: Superior View of Vocal Ligaments

    316 Larynx: Posterior View

    317 Larynx: Laryngoscopic Images

    318 Larynx: Intrinsic Muscles

    319 Larynx: Nerves

    320 Nasal Cavity: Paranasal Sinuses

    321 Radiographs: Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses

    322 CT: Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses

    323 Nasal Cavity: Nasal Septum

    324 Nasal Cavity: Lateral Wall, Bones

    325 Nasal Cavity: Lateral Wall, Mucosa, and Openings

    326 Nasal Cavity: Arteries

    327 Nasal Cavity: Nerves

    328 Oral Cavity: Overview

    329 Oral Cavity: Floor

    330 Oral Cavity: Tongue

    331 Oral Cavity: Sublingual Glands

    332 Oral Cavity: Glands

    333 Oral Cavity: Salivary Gland Nerves

    334 Oral Cavity: Soft Palate (Overview)

    335 Oral Cavity: Palate, Arteries, and Nerves

    336 Oral Cavity: Teeth

    337 Neck: Triangles

    338 Neck: Fascia

    339 Neck: Superficial Veins

    340 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Infrahyoid Muscles

    341 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Carotid System

    342 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Glossopharyngeal Nerve

    343 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Vagus Nerve

    344 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Hypoglossal Nerve, and Ansa Cervicalis

    345 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Anterior View Thyroid

    346 Neck: Anterior Triangle, Posterior View Thyroid

    347 Neck: Posterior Triangle, Muscles

    348 Neck: Posterior Triangle, Nerves

    349 Base of Neck

    350 Base of Neck: Arteries

    351 Base of Neck: Lymphatics

    Section 9 Surface Anatomy

    352 Back Surface Anatomy

    353 End of Spinal Cord: Lumbar Puncture

    354 Thoracic Skeletal Landmarks

    355 Heart Valve Auscultation

    356 Lung Auscultation 1

    357 Lung Auscultation 2

    358 Referred Pain: Heart

    359 Inguinal Hernia I

    360 Inguinal Hernia II

    361 Inguinal Hernia III

    362 Referred Abdominal Pain

    363 Female Perineum

    364 Male Perineum

    365 Gluteal Injection Site

    366 Femoral Triangle Surface Anatomy

    367 Popliteal Fossa

    368 Tarsal Tunnel

    369 Lower Limb Pulse Points

    370 Upper Limb Pulse Points

    371 Head and Neck Pulse Points

    Section 10 Nervous System

    372 Brain: Base of Brain Cranial Nerves

    373 Spinal Cord

    374 Spinal Nerve

    375 Heart Sympathetics

    376 Gastrointestinal Sympathetics

    377 Parasympathetics

    378 Parasympathetic Ganglia

    379 Pelvic Autonomics

    Section 11 Imaging

    380 Mediastinum: CT Images, Axial Plane

    381 Mediastinum: CT Images, Axial Plane

    382 Mediastinum: CT Images, Axial Plane

    383 Stomach and Duodenum: Double-Contrast Radiograph

    384 Jejunum and Ileum: Radiograph

    385 Large Intestine: Radiograph, Using Barium

    386 Liver: Abdominal CT Scan with Contrast, in Axial Plane

    387 Pancreas: Abdominal CT Scan with Contrast, in Axial Plane

    388 Male Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Axial Plane

    389 Male Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Axial Plane

    390 Female Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Sagittal Plane

    391 Female Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Coronal Plane

    392 Female Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Axial Plane

    393 Female Pelvic Cavity and Perineum: T2-Weighted MR Images, in Axial Plane

     

  • 18900lei 175.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Students and practitioners in the health sciences face a universal paradox: while preparing to be a caregiver to others, it’s easy to lose sight of one’s own health and well-being. Netter's Moving AnatoME: An Interactive Guide to Musculoskeletal Anatomy helps you meet and overcome this challenge in a highly personal, uniquely effective way. This movement-based, interactive resource encourages you to approach anatomy by moving while you learn, with expert guidance from online videos designed exclusively for students of anatomy. Both fun and functional, this experiential learning approach jump starts your personal commitment to self-care, relaxation, and work-life balance by integrating academic material with real-life application.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Contents

    Part 1 Introduction

      1. Introduction to Moving AnatoME
      2. Overview of Yoga and Pilates
      3. Movement Primer

    Part 2 Your Body

    Section A Axial Skeleton

      1. Regional Overview of Axial Skeleton
      2. Head
      3. Neck and Back

    Section B Appendicular Skeleton: Upper Extremity

      1. Regional Overview of Upper Extremity
      2. Shoulder
      3. Elbow
      4. Wrist
      5. Hand

    Section C Appendicular Skeleton: Lower Extremity

      1. Regional Overview of Lower Extremity
      2. Hip
      3. Knee
      4. Ankle
      5. Foot

    Part 3 Your Body as Medicine

      1. Practical Application: Moving AnatoME
      2. Foundations for Health: Posture and Mindfulness

    Contents

    Part 1 Introduction

      1. Introduction to Moving AnatoME
      2. Overview of Yoga and Pilates
      3. Movement Primer

    Part 2 Your Body

    Section A Axial Skeleton

      1. Regional Overview of Axial Skeleton
      2. Head
      3. Neck and Back

    Section B Appendicular Skeleton: Upper Extremity

      1. Regional Overview of Upper Extremity
      2. Shoulder
      3. Elbow
      4. Wrist
      5. Hand

    Section C Appendicular Skeleton: Lower Extremity

      1. Regional Overview of Lower Extremity
      2. Hip
      3. Knee
      4. Ankle
      5. Foot

    Part 3 Your Body as Medicine

      1. Practical Application: Moving AnatoME
      2. Foundations for Health: Posture and Mindfulness
       

     

  • 20000lei 180.00 lei

    Description:

    Learn the essential anatomy you need to know – quickly and easily! Each flash card in this full-color deck features high-quality Netter art (and several new paintings by Dr. Carlos Machado), numbered labels, and concise comments and clinical notes for the most commonly tested anatomy terms and concepts. Focusing on clinically relevant anatomy, this easy-to-use, portable study tool helps you learn anatomical structures with confidence!

    ·  1 Head and Neck

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  Viscera

    ·  1-76 Lacrimal Apparatus

    ·  1-77 Eyeball: Horizontal Section

    ·  1-78 Anterior and Posterior Chambers of the Eye

    ·  1-79 Ear: Frontal Section

    ·  1-80 Tympanic Cavity

    ·  1-81 Lateral Wall of Nasal Cavity

    ·  1-82 Salivary Glands

    ·  1-83 Parathyroid and Thyroid Glands: Posterior View

    ·  1-84 Pharynx: Opened Posterior View

    ·  2 Back and Spinal Cord

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  3 Thorax

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  Viscera

    ·  3-17 Lungs in Situ: Anterior View

    ·  3-18 Lungs: Medial Views

    ·  3-19 Heart in Situ

    ·  3-20 Pericardial Sac

    ·  3-21 Right Atrium

    ·  3-22 Right Ventricle

    ·  3-23 Left Atrium and Ventricle: Flap Opened in Posterolateral Wall of Left Ventricle

    ·  3-24 Left Atrium and Ventricle: Section with Mitral Valve Cut Away

    ·  3-25 Valves and Fibrous Skeleton of Heart

    ·  3-26 Mediastinum: Cross Section at Level of T8 Vertebra

    ·  4 Abdomen

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  4-14 Inguinal Canal and Spermatic Cord

    ·  4-15 Arteries of Stomach, Liver, and Spleen

    ·  4-16 Arteries of Large Intestine

    ·  4-17 Arteries of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    ·  4-18 Renal Artery and Vein in Situ

    ·  4-19 Veins of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    ·  4-20 Hepatic Portal Vein Tributaries: Portacaval Anastomoses

    ·  Viscera

    ·  4-28 Gross Structure of Kidney

    ·  4-29 Abdominal Wall and Viscera: Median (Sagittal) Section

    ·  4-30 Schematic Cross Section of Abdomen at T12

    ·  4-31 Schematic Cross Section of Abdomen at L2 and L3

    ·  5 Pelvis and Perineum

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  Viscera

    ·  6 Upper Limb

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  7 Lower Limb

    ·  Bones and Joints

    ·  Muscles

    ·  Nerves

    ·  Vessels

    ·  Cardiovascular

  • Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards, 6th Edition
    Not yet published- 4 saptamani de la data aparitiei
    184.00 lei

     

    Description:


    Learn, review, and self-test with these bestselling flash cards! Fun, fast, and in full color, Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards are a portable study tool for a solid foundation in the anatomy you need to know for coursework and exams. Each card presents art by Dr. Frank H. Netter (with several paintings by Dr. Carlos Machado), numbered labels with hidden answers for self-quizzing, and concise comments and clinical notes. 



    Table Of Contents:


    Head&Neck;

    Back&Spine;

    Thorax;

    Abdomen;

    Upper Limb;

    Lower Limb

       

     

  • 22100lei 200.00 lei

     

    Description:

    A concise, superbly illustrated (print + electronic) textbook that brings together a reliable, clear and up to date guide to surface anatomy and its underlying gross anatomy, combined with a practical application of ultrasound and other imaging modalities.

    A thorough understanding of surface anatomy remains a critical part of clinical practice, but with improved imaging technology, portable ultrasound is also fast becoming integral to routine clinical examination and effective diagnosis.

    This unique new text combines these two essential approaches to effectively understanding clinical anatomy and reflects latest approaches within modern medical curricula. It is tailored specifically to the needs of medical students and doctors in training and will also prove invaluable to the wide range of allied health students and professionals who need a clear understanding of visible and palpable anatomy combined with anatomy as seen on ultrasound.

    • Concise text and high quality illustrations, photographs, CT, MRI and ultrasound scans provide a clear, integrated understanding of the anatomical basis for modern clinical practice
    • Highly accessible and at a level appropriate for medical students and a wide range of allied health students and professionals
    • Reflects current curriculum trend of heavily utilizing living anatomy and ultrasound to learn anatomy
    • Supplementary video content showing live ultrasound scans and guided areas of surface anatomy to bring content to life and reflect current teaching and clinical settings
    • An international advisory panel appointed to add expertise and ensure relevance to the variety of medical and allied health markets
    • Inclusion of latest ultrasound image modalities
    • Designed to complement and enhance the highly successful Gray’s family of texts/atlases although also effective as a stand-alone or alongside other established anatomy resources



    Table Of Contents:



    1. Introduction

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Anatomical position and planes

    Anatomical terms

    Movement

    Fascia

    Skin

    Skin color

    Dermatomes and myotomes

    Natural variation

    Palpation and percussion

    Ultrasound

    Ultrasound theory

    Doppler

    Types of transducer

    Imaging planes

    Screen orientation

    Ergonomics

    Manipulating the transducer

    Short-axis and long-axis views

    Image terminology

    Appearance of tissues

    2. Thorax

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Bones

    Muscles

    Breast

    Thoracic cavity

    Ultrasound

    Anterior muscles of the thorax and lungs

    Heart

    Video 2.1 Colour Doppler ultrasound image sequence of the heart - apical view.

    3. Abdomen

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Bones

    Abdominal regions

    Muscles

    Viscera

    Ultrasound

    Anterior abdominal musculature

    Gastrointestinal tract

    Liver

    Kidney

    Spleen

    Pancreas

    Vasculature

    Video 3.1 B-mode ultrasound image sequence of the jejunum - transverse view.

    4. Pelvis and perineum

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Bones

    Muscles

    Viscera

    Perineum

    Pregnancy

    Ultrasound

    Male pelvis

    Female pelvis

    Video 4.1 Colour Doppler ultrasound image sequence of the bladder - mid-sagittal view.

    5. Back

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Curvatures

    Bones

    Ligaments

    Joints

    Muscles

    Movements

    Vertebral canal and spinal nerves

    Ultrasound

    6. Upper limb

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Shoulder

    Axilla

    Arm

    Forearm

    Hand

    Neurovascular structures

    Ultrasound

    Scalene triangle

    Shoulder region

    Deltoid muscle

    Rotator cuff muscles

    Anterior arm

    Posterior arm

    Elbow

    Anterior forearm

    Posterior forearm

    Hand

    Video 6.1 B-mode ultrasound image sequence of the long flexor tendons immediately proximal to the wrist - long-axis view.

    7. Lower limb

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Gluteal region

    Thigh

    Knee joint

    Leg

    Foot

    Neurovascular structures

    Ultrasound

    Gluteal region

    Femoral triangle

    Anterior thigh

    Knee

    Medial thigh and adductor canal

    Posterior thigh and popliteal fossa

    Anterior leg

    Posterior leg

    Lateral leg

    Video 7.1 Colour Doppler ultrasound image sequence of the femoral artery and vein in the thigh - long-axis view.

    8. Head and neck

    Conceptual overview

    Surface anatomy

    Head

    Neck

    Lymph

    Neurovascular

    Ultrasound

    Eye

    Parotid gland

    Submandibular gland

    Floor of the oral cavity

    Carotid system

    Thyroid gland

    Posterior triangle of neck

    Video 8.1 Colour Doppler ultrasound image sequence of the internal and external carotid arteries (red) and internal jugular vein (blue) in the neck - short-axis view.

       

     

  • 200.00 lei

     

    Not Yet Published-13.04.2021

    Description:
    With the most extensive, comprehensive collection of anatomy multiple-choice questions in strict, current USMLE format, Gray’s Anatomy Review, 3rd Edition, is an easy-to-use study tool that helps you relate anatomy to clinical practice and pass your exams. Whether used as a companion to Gray’s Anatomy for Students or as a stand-alone resource, this medical textbook is your indispensable review book for both in-course examinations and the USMLE Step 1.  

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Back
    2. Thorax
    3. Abdomen
    4. Pelvis/Perineum
    5. Lower Limb
    6. Upper Limb
    7. Head and Neck
    8. Neuroanatomy
    9. Embryology

       

     

  • 220.00 lei

     

    Description:

     

    Now fully revised and updated, this leading ICT series volume offers concise, superbly illustrated coverage of neuroanatomy, that throughout makes clear the relevance of the anatomy to the practice of modern clinical neurology. Building on the success of previous editions, Neuroanatomy ICT, sixth edition has been fine-tuned to meet the needs of today’s medical students – and will also prove invaluable to the range of other students and professionals who need a clear, current understanding of this important area. Generations of readers have come to appreciate the straightforward explanations of complex concepts that students often find difficult, with minimum assumptions made of prior knowledge of the subject.

    This (print) edition comes with the complete, enhanced eBook – including BONUS figures and self-assessment material – to provide an even richer learning experience and easy anytime, anywhere access!

    Notoriously difficult concepts made clear in straightforward and concise text

    Level of detail carefully judged to facilitate understanding of the fundamental neuroanatomical principles and the workings of the nervous system, providing a sound basis for the diagnosis and treatment of contemporary neurological disorders

    Clinical material and topic summaries fully updated and highlighted in succinct boxes within the text

    Memorable pictorial summaries of symptoms associated with the main clinical syndromes

    Over 150 new or revised drawings and photographs further improve clarity and reflect the latest imaging techniques

    New expanded coverage of neuropsychological disorders and their relationship to neuroanatomy – increasingly important given aging populations

    Access to the complete, enhanced eBook – including additional images and self-assessment material to aid revision and check your understanding.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1 Introduction and overview

    Neuroanatomical terminology and conventions

    Components and organisation of the nervous system

    Development of the central nervous system

    Overview of the anatomy of the central nervous system

    Basic clinical diagnostic principles

    2 Cells of the nervous system

    The neurone

    Neuroglia

    3 Peripheral nervous system

    Muscle

    Nerve endings

    Peripheral nerves

    4 Autonomic nervous system

    Sympathetic division

    Parasympathetic division

    5 Coverings of the central nervous system

    Skull

    Cranial meninges

    6 Ventricular system

    Topographical anatomy of the ventricular system

    Cerebrospinal fluid

    7 Vasculature of the central nervous system

    Vasculature of the spinal cord

    Vasculature of the brain

    8 Spinal cord

    External features of the spinal cord

    Internal structure of the spinal cord

    9 Brainstem

    External features of the brainstem

    Internal structure of the brainstem

    10 Cranial nerves and cranial nerve nuclei

    Cranial nerve nuclei

    Cranial nerves

    11 Cerebellum

    External features of the cerebellum

    Internal structure of the cerebellum

    Functional anatomy of the cerebellum

    12 Thalamus

    Topographical anatomy of the thalamus

    Functional organisation of thalamic nuclei

    13 Cerebral hemisphere and cerebral cortex

    Gyri, sulci and lobes of the cerebral hemisphere

    Cerebral cortex

    White matter of the cerebral hemisphere

    14 Basal ganglia

    Terminology and topographical anatomy of the basal ganglia

    Functional anatomy of the basal ganglia

    15 Visual system

    The eye

    The central visual pathway

    16 Hypothalamus, limbic system and olfactory system

    Hypothalamus

    Limbic system

    Olfactory system

    Glossary

    Index

     

     

  • 35000lei 225.00 lei

     

    For more than seventy-five years, Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy has maintained a tradition of excellence while continually adapting to meet the needs of each generation of students. The updated fifteenth edition is a visually stunning reference that delivers the accuracy, pedagogy, and clinical relevance expected of this classic atlas, with new and enhanced features that make it even more practical and user-friendly.
     
    Illustrations drawn from real specimens, presented in surface-to-deep dissection sequence, set Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy apart as the most accurate reference available for learning human anatomy. These realistic representations bring structures to life and provide students with the ultimate lab resource.
     

    • NEW Illustration overviews highlight the autonomic nerves to clarify nerve and muscle innervations.
    • NEW and updated images reflect the latest clinical insights through:
      • 15 NEW Illustrations
      • 160 revised figures
      • NEW and updated surface anatomy images
      • NEW pulses photos
    • Renowned, high-resolution, dynamically colored illustrations organized in dissection sequence enable the formation of 3-D constructs for each body region and provide detailed, realistic reference during dissection.
    • Tables detail muscles, vessels, and other anatomic information in an easy-to-use format ideal for review and study.
    • Enhanced medical imaging includes more than 100 clinically significant MRIs, CT images, ultrasound scans, and corresponding orientation drawings to help students confidently apply the laboratory experience to clinical rotations.
    • Color schematic illustrations reinforce the relationships of structures and anatomical concepts in vibrant detail.

     

  • 25100lei 230.00 lei

     

    As with the leading, comprehensive Clinically Oriented Anatomy text, this succinct resource is widely acclaimed for the relevance of its clinical correlations, emphasizing anatomy essential to physical diagnosis for primary care, interpretation of diagnostic imaging, and understanding the anatomical basis of emergency medicine and general surgery. The text’s hallmark blue Clinical Boxes highlight the practical value of anatomy, accompanied by extensive surface anatomy and medical imaging features that clarify key concepts and structures to help build clinical confidence and equip students for success in practice.

    Updated, renowned blue Clinical Boxes explore the practical applications of anatomy, and helpful icons distinguish the type of clinical information covered in each.

    New and updated surface anatomy and physical examination photos help you grasp the clinical context for key structures and skills.

    Surface Anatomy boxes with overlay illustrations enhance your clinical and diagnostic capabilities.

    Medical Imaging boxes containing a wealth of plain and contrast radiographic, MR, CT, and ultrasonographic images provide a real-life clinical perspective that strengthens your anatomical knowledge and application.

    A thorough “Overview and Basic Concepts” chapter equips you with the foundational understanding of systemic information, terminology, and basic concepts.

    Chapter outlines and illustrated tables highlight key topics and information for efficient study.

    eBook available for purchase. Fast, smart, and convenient, today’s eBooks can transform learning. These interactive, fully searchable tools offer 24/7 access on multiple devices, the ability to highlight and share notes, and more

     

     

  • 26300lei 240.00 lei

     

    Description:

    The new edition of the hugely successful Ross and Wilson Anatomy & Physiology in Health and Illness continues to bring its readers the core essentials of human biology presented in a clear and straightforward manner. Fully updated throughout, the book now comes with enhanced learning features including helpful revision questions and an all new art programme to further clarify the explanations given in the text. The 13th edition retains its popular website, which contains a wide range of ‘critical thinking’ exercises as well as new animations, an audio-glossary, the unique Body Spectrum© online colouring and self-test program, and helpful weblinks.

    This book is ideal for students of nursing and allied health professions, biomedical and paramedical science, operating department practice, complementary therapy and massage therapy, as well as trainee Health Care Assistants and those studying A’ level or BTEC (or equivalent) human biology.

    Ross and Wilson Anatomy & Physiology in Health and Illness will be of particular help to readers new to the subject area, those returning to study after a period of absence and for anyone whose first language is not English.




    Features:


    • Latest edition of the world’s most popular textbook on basic human anatomy and physiology with over 1.5 million copies sold worldwide
    • Clear, no nonsense writing style helps make learning easy
    • Accompanying website contains animations, audio-glossary, case studies and other self-assessment material, the unique Body Spectrum© online colouring and self-test software, and helpful weblinks
    • Includes basic pathology and pathophysiology of important diseases and disorders
    • Contains helpful learning features such as Learning Outcomes boxes, colour coding and design icons together with a stunning illustration and photography collection
    • Contains clear explanations of common prefixes, suffixes and roots, with helpful examples from the text, plus a glossary and an appendix of normal biological values.
    • Particularly valuable for students who are completely new to the subject, or returning to study after a period of absence, and for anyone whose first language is not English

    New To This Edition:


    • All new illustration programme brings the book right up-to-date for today’s student
    • Helpful ‘Spot Check’ questions at the end of each topic to monitor progress
    • Fully updated throughout with the latest information on common and/or life threatening diseases and disorders
    • Review and Revise end-of-chapter exercises assist with reader understanding and recall
    • Over 120 animations - many of them newly created - help clarify underlying scientific and physiological principles and make learning fun




    Table Of Contents:


    Section 1 The body and its constituents

    1 Anatomy and organisation of the body

    2 Physiological chemistry and processes

    3 Cells and tissues

    Section 2 Communication

    4 The blood

    5 The cardiovascular system

    6 The lymphatic system

    7 The nervous system

    8 The special senses

    9 The endocrine system

    Section 3 Intake of raw materials and elimination of waste

    10 The respiratory system

    11 Introduction to nutrition

    12 The digestive system

    13 The urinary system

    Section 4 Protection and survival

    14 The skin

    15 Resistance and immunity

    16 The musculoskeletal system

    17 Introduction to genetics

    18 The reproductive systems

    Glossary

    Normal values

    Bibliography

       

    Bottom of Form

     

  • 260.00 lei

     

    Description:

    In the 5th Edition of this highly accessible atlas, Dr. Todd Vanderah continues the mission of his esteemed colleague, Dr. John "Jack" Nolte, to clearly depict and explain the challenging subject of neuroanatomy. Designed to promote a rapid understanding of complex concepts, Nolte's The Human Brain in Photographs and Diagrams combines easy-to-digest coverage of the brain, spinal cord, and brainstem with carefully selected visuals to cover all aspects of the information needed for success in coursework, on exams, and in clerkships and clinical practice.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Contents

    Chapter 1 External Anatomy of the Brain

    Introduction

    Brain and Spinal Cord

    Multiple Views of a Single Brain

    Lateral and Superior Surfaces

    Inferior Surface

    Medial and Inferior Surfaces

    Insula

    Cerebellum

    Brainstem

    Chapter 2 Transverse Sections of the Spinal Cord

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    S4 L2 T10 C8 C3

    Chapter 3 Transverse Sections of the Brainstem

    Introduction Schematic Cross Sections Blood Supply Cranial Nerve Nuclei Guided Tour Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Spinomedullary junction Caudal medulla Rostral medulla Pontomedullary junction Caudal pons Midpons Rostral pons Caudal midbrain Rostral midbrain Far rostral midbrain

    Chapter 4 Building a Brain: Three-Dimensional Reconstructions

    Introduction

    Step-by-Step Reconstruction

    Chapter 5 Coronal Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Striatum, anterior limb of the internal capsule Anterior commissure Anterior thalamus, ansa lenticularis Amygdala, mammillary bodies Anterior hippocampus, subthalamic nucleus Posterior thalamus, red nucleus Posterior thalamus, geniculate nuclei Posterior thalamus, pulvinar Atrium of the lateral ventricle

    Chapter 6 Axial Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Uncus, optic chiasm Hypothalamus, superior cerebellar peduncle Striatum, deep cerebellar nuclei Anterior commissure, subthalamic nucleus Interventricular foramen, posterior
    commissure Midthalamus Roof of the third ventricle Transverse fissure, internal cerebral veins

    Chapter 7 Sagittal Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Putamen, hippocampus Hippocampus, amygdala Globus pallidus, internal capsule, thalamus Caudate nucleus, dentate nucleus Mammillothalamic tract, superior cerebellar
    peduncle Medial thalamus, column of the fornix Mammillary body, body of the fornix Near the midline

    Chapter 8 Functional Systems

    Detailed Contents Long Tracts of the Spinal Cord and Brainstem Sensory Systems of the Brainstem and
    Forebrain Cranial Nerve Motor Nuclei Visceral Afferents and Efferents Basal Ganglia Cerebellum Thalamus and Cerebral Cortex Hypothalamus and Limbic System Chemically Coded Neuronal Systems

    Chapter 9 Clinical Imaging

    Introduction

    Computed Tomography

    Without contrast With contrast Pathology

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    Introduction Coronal T1-weighted MRIs Axial T1-weighted MRIs Sagittal and parasaggital T1-weighted MRIs Pathology

    Angiography

    Introduction Internal carotid angiograms Vertebral-basilar angiograms Pathology

    Chapter 10 Neuropathology Imaging

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    Glossary

    Contents

    Chapter 1 External Anatomy of the Brain

    Introduction

    Brain and Spinal Cord

    Multiple Views of a Single Brain

    Lateral and Superior Surfaces

    Inferior Surface

    Medial and Inferior Surfaces

    Insula

    Cerebellum

    Brainstem

    Chapter 2 Transverse Sections of the Spinal Cord

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    S4 L2 T10 C8 C3

    Chapter 3 Transverse Sections of the Brainstem

    Introduction Schematic Cross Sections Blood Supply Cranial Nerve Nuclei Guided Tour Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Spinomedullary junction Caudal medulla Rostral medulla Pontomedullary junction Caudal pons Midpons Rostral pons Caudal midbrain Rostral midbrain Far rostral midbrain

    Chapter 4 Building a Brain: Three-Dimensional Reconstructions

    Introduction

    Step-by-Step Reconstruction

    Chapter 5 Coronal Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Striatum, anterior limb of the internal capsule Anterior commissure Anterior thalamus, ansa lenticularis Amygdala, mammillary bodies Anterior hippocampus, subthalamic nucleus Posterior thalamus, red nucleus Posterior thalamus, geniculate nuclei Posterior thalamus, pulvinar Atrium of the lateral ventricle

    Chapter 6 Axial Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Uncus, optic chiasm Hypothalamus, superior cerebellar peduncle Striatum, deep cerebellar nuclei Anterior commissure, subthalamic nucleus Interventricular foramen, posterior
    commissure Midthalamus Roof of the third ventricle Transverse fissure, internal cerebral veins

    Chapter 7 Sagittal Sections

    Introduction

    Guided Tour

    Enlargements of Selected Levels

    Putamen, hippocampus Hippocampus, amygdala Globus pallidus, internal capsule, thalamus Caudate nucleus, dentate nucleus Mammillothalamic tract, superior cerebellar
    peduncle Medial thalamus, column of the fornix Mammillary body, body of the fornix Near the midline

    Chapter 8 Functional Systems

    Detailed Contents Long Tracts of the Spinal Cord and Brainstem Sensory Systems of the Brainstem and
    Forebrain Cranial Nerve Motor Nuclei Visceral Afferents and Efferents Basal Ganglia Cerebellum Thalamus and Cerebral Cortex Hypothalamus and Limbic System Chemically Coded Neuronal Systems

    Chapter 9 Clinical Imaging

    Introduction

    Computed Tomography

    Without contrast With contrast Pathology

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    Introduction Coronal T1-weighted MRIs Axial T1-weighted MRIs Sagittal and parasaggital T1-weighted MRIs Pathology

    Angiography

    Introduction Internal carotid angiograms Vertebral-basilar angiograms Pathology

    Chapter 10 Neuropathology Imaging

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  • 31500lei 270.00 lei

     

     

    Description:

    The perfect up-to-date imaging guide for a complete and 3-dimensional understanding of applied human anatomy

    Imaging is ever more integral to anatomy education and throughout modern medicine. Building on the success of previous editions, this fully revised sixth edition provides a superb foundation for understanding applied human anatomy, offering a complete view of the structures and relationships within the whole body, using the very latest imaging techniques.

    All relevant imaging modalities are included, from plain radiographs to more advanced imaging of ultrasound, CT, MRI, functional imaging and angiography. Coverage is further enhanced by a carefully selected range of BONUS electronic content, including clinical photos and cases, ultrasound videos, labelled radiograph ‘slidelines’, cross-sectional imaging stacks and test-yourself materials. Uniquely, key syllabus image sets are now highlighted throughout to aid efficient study, as well as the most common, clinically important anatomical variants that you should be aware of.

    This superb package is ideally suited to the needs of medical students, as well as radiologists, radiographers and surgeons in training. It will also prove invaluable to the range of other students and professionals who require a clear, accurate, view of anatomy in current practice.

    Fully revised legends and labels and new high-quality images-featuring the latest imaging techniques and modalities as seen in clinical practice

    Covers the full variety of relevant modern imaging-including cross-sectional views in CT and MRI, angiography, ultrasound, fetal anatomy, plain film anatomy, nuclear medicine imaging and more - with better resolution to ensure the clearest anatomical views

    Core syllabus image sets now highlighted throughout-to help you focus on the most essential areas to excel on your course and in examinations

    Unique summaries of the most common, clinically important anatomical variants for each body region-reflects the fact that around 20% of human bodies have at least one clinically significant variant

    New orientation drawings-to help you understand the different views and the 3D anatomy of 2D images, as well as the conventions between cross-sectional modalities

    Ideal as a stand-alone resource or in conjunction with Abrahams’ and McMinn’s Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy-where new links help put imaging in the context of the dissection room

    Now a more complete learning package than ever before, with superb BONUS electronic enhancements embedded within the accompanying eBook, including:

    Labelled image ‘stacks’-that allow you to review cross-sectional imaging as if using an imaging workstation

    Labelled image ‘slidelines’-showing features in a full range of body radiographs to enhance understanding of anatomy in this essential modality

    Self-test image ‘slideshows’ with multi-tier labelling-to aid learning and cater for beginner to more advanced experience levels

    Labelled ultrasound videos-bring images to life, reflecting this increasingly clinically practiced technique

    Questions and answers accompany each chapter-to test your understanding and aid exam preparation

    34 pathology tutorials-based around nine key concepts and illustrated with hundreds of additional pathology images, to further develop your memory of anatomical structures and lead you through the essential relationships between normal and abnormal anatomy

    High-yield USMLE topics-clinical photos and cases for key topics, linked and highlighted in chapters


    Table Of Contents:


    1. Brain and cranial nerves
    2. Skull, orbits, paranasal sinuses and face
    3. Neck
    4. Vertebral column and spinal cord
    5. Upper limb
    6. Breast and axilla
    7. Thorax: non cardiac
    8. Thorax: cardiac
    9. Abdomen and pelvis: cross-sectional
    10. Abdomen and pelvis: non cross-sectional
    11. Lower limb
    12. Functional imaging

       

     

  • 280.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Netter's Integrated Musculoskeletal System is an innovative new text that brings together basic science material from several domains, providing a solid foundation prior to delving into topics of increasing complexity and clinical importance —all highlighted by superb Netter illustrations throughout. Initial chapters give a general overview of the human body, while the remaining chapters examine all facets of the musculoskeletal system, the injuries that affect it at the macroscopic and microscopic levels, and the process of development. As the scientific content becomes more complex, the clinical correlations become more specific. This progressively constructed narrative guides readers efficiently and effectively through the intricacies of the musculoskeletal system in a way that is easy to understand and remember—all in a single, time-saving resource for busy students.

    Takes an integrated approach including gross anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, neuroscience, histology, and other relevant sciences to better help readers understand the musculoskeletal system. 

    Presents essential content in an easy-to-understand manner, puts it in context, and then elaborates on it with more detail—making connections between content areas and reducing the need for multiple study resources. 

    Features clinical correlations boxes throughout; includes an appendix of commonly-used eponyms to help readers communicate across disciplines and an appendix of Latin/Greek/Arabic roots for anatomical terms. 

    Designed to be used effectively in longitudinally-designed, integrated curricula—for a wide range of health-science students—with carefully organized, concise reading assignments and discrete areas of study for each lesson. 

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    About the Author

    About the Artists

    Acknowledgments

    Preface

    1. Introduction

    Introduction and Basic Terminology

    The Regions of the Body

    The Systems of the Body

    Anatomic Terminology and the “Anatomic Position”

    Planes of the Body

    Terms Describing Motion

    2. Overview of Skeletal Anatomy

    Skeleton General

    Bones of the Head and Anterior Neck

    Bones of the Back—The Vertebrae

    Bones of the Thorax

    Bones of the Upper Limb

    Bones of THE Hand and Digits

    Bones of the Pelvis and Lower Limb

    Major Joints and Stabilizing Ligaments

    Joints and Ligaments of the Head and Upper Cervical Vertebrae

    Joints and Ligaments of the Back

    Joints and Ligaments of the Thorax

    Joints and Ligaments of the Upper Limb

    Joints and Ligaments of the Pelvis and Lower Limb

    3. Overview of Muscle Groups and Their Functions

    Introduction

    Muscle Groups of the Back

    Muscle Groups of the Anterior Neck

    Muscle Groups of the Upper Limb

    Major Muscle Groups of the Torso

    Muscle Groups of the Lower Limb

    4. Innervation of the Muscle Compartments

    Introduction

    Somatosensory Activity

    Somatomotor Activity

    Cranial Nerves

    Spinal Cord

    Cervical Plexus and Phrenic Nerve

    Brachial Plexus

    Intercostal Nerves

    Lumbar Plexus

    Lumbosacral Plexus

    5. Vascular Supply of the Muscle Compartments

    Introduction

    Basic Concepts of Circulation

    Major Arteries of the Body

    Major Veins of the Body

    Lymphatics of the Musculoskeletal System

    6. Overview of Musculoskeletal Histology, Physiology, and Biochemistry

    Histology Basics

    Epithelial Tissues

    Connective Tissue

    Muscle Tissue

    Nervous Tissue

    7. Development of the Musculoskeletal System

    Quick Summary of Early Development (FIG. 7.1)

    Gastrulation and the Trilaminar Embryo (FIGS. 7.2 AND 7.3)

    Neurulation (SEE FIGS. 7.3 and 7.4)

    Differentiation of the Nervous System and Ventricles (FIG. 7.5)

    Differentiation of the Mesoderm (FIGS. 7.3 AND 7.6)

    Paraxial Mesoderm and Somites

    Lateral Plate Mesoderm and Body Wall Formation (FIGS. 7.3, 7.6, and 7.7)

    Development of the Back (FIGS. 7.8–7.10)

    Development of The Limbs (FIGS. 7.10 AND 7.11)

    Endochondral Ossification (FIGS. 7.12 AND 7.13)

    Development of The Joints (FIG. 7.14)

    8. The Central Nervous System in Relation to the Musculoskeletal System

    Introduction

    Components of the Central Nervous System

    Diencephalon—Thalamus, Hypothalamus, and Pineal Gland

    Mesencephalon—Midbrain (FIG. 8.8)

    Metencephalon—Pons and Cerebellum (FIGS. 8.9 and 8.10)

    Myelencephalon—Medulla Oblongata (FIG. 8.11)

    Spinal Cord (FIG. 8.12)

    Flow of Cerebrospinal Fluid (FIG. 8.13)

    Somatomotor Activity—Motor Innervation of Skeletal Muscle

    Cerebellum

    Basal Ganglia (FIG. 8.28)

    9. Clinical Anatomy of the Back

    Introduction

    The Vertebrae and Vertebral Column

    The Vertebral Column As A Whole (FIG. 9.8)

    Joints of The Vertebral Column (See Figs. 9.2, 9.3, 9.5, And 9.8)

    Ligaments Of The Vertebral Column (Fig. 9.9)

    Muscle Groups Of The Back (fig. 9.11A)

    The Vertebral Canal

    Innervation of The Back

    The Blood Supply to The Back

    10. Clinical Anatomy of the Upper Limb

    Introduction

    Bones, Ligaments, and Joints of the Upper Limb

    Muscle Groups of the Upper Limb

    Innervation of the Upper Limbs

    The Blood Supply to The Upper Limbs

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Upper Limb (FIG. 10.28)

    Neurovascular Bundles

    11. Clinical Anatomy of the Lower Limb

    Introduction

    Bones, Ligaments, and Joints of the Upper Limb

    Muscle Groups of the Lower Limb

    Innervation of the Lower Limb

    The Blood Supply to the Lower Limb

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Lower Limb (Fig. 11.36)

    Neurovascular Bundles

    12. Clinical Anatomy of the Torso

    Introduction

    Bones and Cartilage Structures of the Torso

    Muscles and Fascial Layers of the Torso

    Innervation of The Torso

    The Blood Supply of the Torso

    Lymphatic Drainage of The Torso (SEE FIGS. 10.28 AND 11.36; FIG. 12.29)

    Neurovascular Bundles of the Torso

    Appendix A. Etymology of Selected Terms From Their Latin, Greek, and Arabic Sources

    Appendix B. Medical Eponyms Related to the Musculoskeletal System

    Index

     

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    Abrahams' and McMinn’s Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy, 8th Edition delivers the straightforward visual guidance you need to perform confidently in all examinations and understand spatial relationships required during your medical training, while also acquiring the practical anatomical knowledge needed for your future clinical career. Respected authority Prof. Peter Abrahams and his team of leading international anatomists and radiologists link a vast collection of clinical images to help you master all the essential correlations between the basic science of anatomy and its clinical practice.

    See what to look for and how to proceed thanks to an unsurpassed collection of labelled dissection photographs, supported by clear, explanatory diagrams and modern imaging

    Correlate anatomy to clinical practice with a wealth of MR, CT, DSA, radiographic, endoscopic, and operative images that demonstrate how structures are viewed today in the clinical setting

    Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, including:

    brand new dissections, to further improve clarity and consistency throughout the book in every region

    all new colour overlays added to selected dissections making it even easier to identify key nerves, arteries, veins and especially lymphatics

    fully revised neuroanatomy content reflects the latest understanding of functional neuroanatomy as seen with modern 3D and functional imaging

    updated and coloured and a unique lymphatics section

    Includes access to the complete, enhanced eBook - unlocking a huge, carefully-selected collection of BONUS CLINICAL material, integrated throughout on almost every page to enhance your study and help make those essential clinical / anatomical connections.

    This sets Abrahams' and McMinn’s apart from any other atlases of human anatomy!

    200+ 3D scans,- allowing you to view the body in a more dynamic way to aid your understanding of dynamic anatomy.

    Master the 500 clinical conditions every physician should know by reviewing the associated clinical topics - featuring over 2000 additional clinical photos, radiological images, and case presentations not found in the printed book. Learn from the culmination of over 45 years international clinical experience of Prof. Abrahams and over 100 of his colleagues worldwide who have contributed to this unique collection of clinical anatomy images.

    Table Of Contents:


    Head, Neck and Brain

    Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord

    Upper Limb

    Thorax

    Abdomen and Pelvis

    Lower Limb

    Lymphatics

       

     

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    Focus on the clinically relevant aspects of anatomy and bridge normal anatomy to common clinical conditions with Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 4th Edition. This easy-to-read, visually stunning text features nearly 600 superb Netter-style illustrations that provide essential descriptions of anatomy, embryology, and pathology to help you understand their clinical relevance. Authored by John Hansen, PhD, an Honored Member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, this book is an ideal anatomy reference for students who want to make the most of their study time or need a concise review of clinical anatomy.



    Features:

     

    • Clinical Focus boxes present hundreds of illustrated clinical correlations that bridge anatomy to pathophysiology. Every clinical correlation - more than 200 in all - is illustrated.
    • Features and Characteristics boxes explain the relation between structure and function.
    • Muscle/Ligament/Joint tables summarize attachment points, actions, and other key information related to each structure.
    • Both USMLE-style review questions and short answer questions online help you gauge your mastery of the material and identify areas where you may need further study.
    • Portable book size makes it easy to carry on the go.



    New To This Edition:

     

    • More review questions, including figure- and image-based questions
    • More Clinical Focus boxes
    • eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience includes additional multiple-choice questions, 3D models, and fully searchable text and images.



    Table Of Contents:

     

    Chapter 1 Introduction to the Human Body

    Chapter 2 Back

    Chapter 3 Thorax

    Chapter 4 Abdomen

    Chapter 5 Pelvis and Perineum

    Chapter 6 Lower Limb

    Chapter 7 Upper Limb

    Chapter 8 Head and Neck

    Index

       

     

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    Designed to make learning more interesting and clinically meaningful, Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy matches radiologic images-from MR and ultrasound to CT and advanced imaging reconstructions-to the exquisite artwork of master medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD. As a companion to the bestselling Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, this updated medical textbook begins with the anatomy and matches radiologic images to the anatomic images; the result is a concise, visual guide that shows how advanced diagnostic imaging is an amazing "dissection tool" for viewing human anatomy in the living patient!

    • View direct, at-a-glance comparisons between idealized anatomic illustrations and real-life medicine with side-by-side radiology examples of normal anatomy and common variants with corresponding anatomy illustrations.
    • Improve upon your knowledge with a brief background in basic radiology, including reconstructions and a list of common abbreviations for the images presented.
    • Broaden your visual comprehension with the help of 30 brand-new ultrasound images.
    • Access the complete contents online at Student Consult.
    • NEW to this UPDATED EDITION: Cross-referenced to the 7th Edition Netter/Atlas of Human Anatomy

     

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Netter’s Concise Radiologic Anatomy Updated Edition, 2e

    Introduction

    Section 1 - Head and Neck

    Section 2 - Back and Spinal Cord

    Section 3 - Thorax

    Section 4 - Abdomen

    Section 5 - Pelvis and Perineum

    Section 6 - Upper Limb

    Section 7 - Lower Limb

    Glossary and Abbreviations

       

     

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    Easy to read, superbly illustrated, and clinically relevant, Gray’s Anatomy for Students, 4th Edition, is medical students’ go-to text for essential information in human anatomy. This fully revised volume focuses on the core information students need to know, in an easy-access format and with additional multimedia tools that facilitate effective study and mastery of the material. A team of expert authors and global advisors share their extensive teaching and clinical experience, highlighted by more than 1,000 innovative, original illustrations throughout the text.



    Table Of Contents:


    1. The Body
    2. Back
    3. Thorax
    4. Abdomen
    5. Pelvis/Perineum
    6. Lower Limb
    7. Upper Limb
    8. Head and Neck
    9.  9. Neuroanatomy Essentials

    Gray’s Systemic Anatomy:

      • Cardiovascular System
      • Respiratory System
      • Gastrointestinal System
      • Urogenital System
      • Lymphatic System
      • Nervous System
       

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    Ideal for both medical students and those in non-medical courses, Fitzgerald's Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience, 8th Edition, uses clear, understandable text and outstanding artwork to make a complex subject easily accessible. This award-winning title is known for superb illustrations and high readability, expertly integrating clinical neuroanatomy with the clinical application of neuroscience.

    Organizes chapters by anatomical area, with integrated analyses of sensory, motor, and cognitive systems.

    Breaks complex concepts and subjects into easily digestible content with clear images and concise, straightforward explanations.

    Features explanatory illustrations drawn by the same meticulous artists who illustrated Gray’s Anatomy.

    Includes new Basic Science Panels that highlight an emerging or relevant basic science concept to expand your learning in specific content areas.

    Provides access to the Student Consult enhanced eBook, which contains tutorials for each chapter, hundreds of multiple-choice questions and answers, MRI images with explanatory text, and case studies.

    Contains learning helps in every chapter, including bulleted points, clinical boxes, opening summaries, and concluding core information boxes.

    Evolve Instructor site with an image and test bank is available to instructors through their Elsevier sales rep or via request at https://evolve.elsevier.com.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Chapters and Pages

    Chapter Title Pages Feature:

    Website Features – Learning Resources

    Faculty Resources

    Acknowledgments

    Clinical and Basic Science Perspectives

    Panel of Consultants

    Student Consultants

    1. Embryology

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Spinal Cord

    Brain

    Suggested Readings

    2. Cerebral Topography

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Surface Features

    Internal Anatomy of the Cerebrum

    Suggested Readings

    3. Midbrain, Hindbrain, Spinal Cord

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Brainstem

    Spinal Cord

    Cerebellum

    Suggested Readings

    4. Blood Supply of the Brain

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Arterial Supply of The Forebrain

    Arterial Supply to The Hindbrain

    Venous Drainage of The Brain

    Regulation of Blood Flow

    The Blood–Brain Barrier

    Suggested Readings

    5. Meninges

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Cranial Meninges

    Spinal Meninges (Fig. 5.10)

    Circulation of the Cerebrospinal Fluid (Fig. 5.11)

    Suggested Readings

    6. Neurons and Neuroglia

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Neurons

    Synapses

    Neuroglial Cells of the Central Nervous System

    Suggested Readings

    7. Electrical Events

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Structure of the Plasma Membrane

    Response to Stimulation: Action Potentials

    Suggested Readings

    8. Transmitters and Receptors

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Electrical Synapses

    Chemical Synapses

    Transmitters and Modulators

    Suggested Readings

    9. Peripheral Nerves

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    General Features

    Microscopic Structure of Peripheral Nerves

    Degeneration and Regeneration

    Suggested Readings

    10. Innervation of Muscles and Joints

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Motor Innervation of Skeletal Muscle

    Sensory Innervation of Skeletal Muscle

    Innervation of Joints

    Suggested Readings

    11. Innervation of Skin

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Sensory Units

    Nerve Endings

    Suggested readings

    12. Electrodiagnostic Examination

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Nerve Conduction Studies

    Electromyography

    Suggested Readings

    13. Autonomic Nervous System

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Anatomy of the Autonomic Nervous System

    Sympathetic Nervous System

    Parasympathetic Nervous System

    The Enteric Nervous System (Fig. 13.5)

    Neurotransmission in the Autonomic System

    Regional Autonomic Innervation

    Interaction of the Autonomic and Immune Systems

    Visceral Afferents

    Suggested Readings

    14. Nerve Roots

    Abstract

    Chapter summary

    Development of the Spinal Cord

    Adult Anatomy

    Distribution of Spinal Nerves

    Suggested Readings

    15. Spinal Cord: Ascending Pathways

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    General Features

    Ascending Sensory Pathways

    Somatic Sensory Pathways

    Other Ascending Pathways

    Suggested Readings

    16. Spinal Cord: Descending Pathways

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Anatomy of the Ventral Grey Horn

    Descending Motor Pathways

    Blood Supply of the Spinal Cord

    Suggested Readings

    17. Brainstem

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    General Arrangement of Cranial Nerve Nuclei

    Background Information

    C1 Segment of the Spinal Cord (Fig. 17.10)

    Spinomedullary Junction (Fig. 17.11)

    Middle of the Medulla Oblongata (Fig. 17.12)

    Upper Part of the Medulla Oblongata (Fig. 17.13)

    Pontomedullary Junction (Fig. 17.14)

    MID-Pons (Fig. 17.15)

    Upper Pons (Fig. 17.16)

    Lower Midbrain (Fig. 17.17)

    Upper Midbrain (Fig. 17.18)

    Midbrain–Thalamic Junction (Fig. 17.19)

    Orientation of Brainstem Slices in Magnetic Resonance Images (Fig. 17.20)

    Suggested Readings

    18. The Lowest Four Cranial Nerves

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Hypoglossal Nerve

    Spinal Accessory Nerve

    Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, and Cranial Accessory Nerves

    Suggested Readings

    19. Vestibular Nerve

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Introduction

    Vestibular System

    Suggested Readings

    20. Cochlear Nerve

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Auditory System

    Suggested Readings

    21. Trigeminal Nerve

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Trigeminal Nerve

    Suggested Readings

    22. Facial Nerve

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Facial Nerve

    Nervus Intermedius

    Suggested Readings

    23. Ocular Motor Nerves

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    The Nerves

    Nerve Endings

    Pupillary Light Reflex (Fig. 23.4)

    Accommodation Reflex

    Notes on The Sympathetic Pathway to The Eye

    Control of Eye Movements

    Suggested Readings

    24. Reticular Formation and the Neuromodulatory System

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Reticular Formation

    Neuromodulatory System

    Suggested Readings

    25. Thalamus, Epithalamus

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Thalamus

    Epithalamus

    Suggested Readings

    26. Basal Ganglia

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Overview

    Basic Circuits

    Suggested Readings

    27. Cerebellum

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Overview

    Functional Neuroanatomy

    Microscopic Anatomy

    Representation of Body Parts

    Afferent Pathways

    Efferent Pathways (Fig. 27.10)

    Suggested Readings

    28. Cerebral Cortex

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Structure

    Cortical Areas

    Sensory Areas

    Motor Areas

    Suggested Readings

    29. Electroencephalography

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Neurophysiologic Basis of the Electroencephalogram

    Technique

    Types of Patterns

    Suggested References

    30. Evoked Potentials

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Sensory Evoked Potentials

    Motor Evoked Potentials

    Suggested Readings

    31. Visual Pathways

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Retina

    Central Visual Pathways

    Suggested Readings

    32. Hemispheric Asymmetries

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Handedness

    Suggested Readings

    33. Olfactory and Limbic Systems

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    The Olfactory System

    Limbic System

    Suggested Readings

    34. Pituitary and Hypothalamus

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Gross Anatomy

    Functions

    Suggested Readings

    35. Cerebrovascular Disease

    Abstract

    Chapter Summary

    Stroke Demographics, Definitions, and Syndromes

    Anterior Circulation of the Brain

    Posterior Circulation of the Brain

    Clinical Syndromes Resulting from Vascular Occlusion

    Suggested Readings

    Glossary

    Index

     

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    Throughout seven popular editions, Nolte’s The Human Brain has accomplished the challenging task of demystifying the complexities of the gross anatomy of the brain, spinal cord, and brainstem. A clear writing style, interesting examples, and high-quality visual cues bring this complicated subject to life and make it more understandable and enjoyable to learn. You’ll get the depth of coverage you need with a well-rounded presentation of all key topics in functional neuroanatomy and neuroscience.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Introduction to the Nervous System
    2. Development of the Nervous System
    3. Gross Anatomy and general Organization of the Central Nervous System
    4. Meningeal Coverings of the Brain and Spinal Cord
    5. Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid
    6. Blood Supply of the Brain
    7. Electrical Signaling by Neurons
    8. Synaptic Transmission between Neurons
    9. Sensory Receptors and the Peripheral Nervous System
    10. Spinal Cord
    11. Organization of the Brainstem
    12. Cranial Nerves and Their Nuclie
    13. The Chemical Senses of Taste and Smell
    14. Hearing and Balance: The Eight Cranial Nerve
    15. Atlas o the Human Brainstem
    16. The Thalamus and Internal Capsule: Getting to and from the Cerebral Cortex
    17. The Visual System
    18. Overview of Motor Systems
    19. Basal Nuclei
    20. Cerebellum
    21. Control of Eye Movements
    22. Cerebral Cortex
    23. Drives and Emotions: The Hypothalamus and Limbic System
    24. Formation, Modification, and Repair of Neuronal Connections
    25. Atlas of the Human Forebrain
       

     

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    Endorsed by Australian Physiotherapy Association!
    APA is the national body for physiotherapy in Australia and is a not for profit membership organisation with 23.5K members. The APA and Elsevier work together on reviewing and endorsing physiotherapy publications that are then promoted to the membership.

    An essential reference for health practitioners and students!

    The Cervical Spine: An atlas of normal anatomy and the morbid anatomy of ageing and injuries is a unique collection of more than 150 anatomical images documenting the development, maturation and ageing of the cervical spine and pathologies associated with ageing and injury.

    Representing the extensive research conducted by Professor James Taylor into the cervical spine gathered from his study of 266 autopsies over almost a decade, this text is a guide to support the clinical diagnosis of cervical spine trauma and pain.

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    • Examine pictorially cervical spinal injuries resulting from blunt trauma
    • Compare the pathology of common lesions found in well-aligned spines with those of patients with whiplash-associated disorder

    Table Of Contents:

    Chapter 1 - Introduction
    Chapter 2 - Anatomy and injuries in upper cervical vertebrae and joints
    Chapter 3 - Anatomy of the subaxial spine
    Chapter 4 - Age changes in the cervical spine: The cervical discs
    Chapter 5 - Blunt trauma injuries to the cervical spine
    Chapter 6 - Spinal cord and dorsal root ganglion injuries
    Chapter 7 - Injuries to other tissues
    Chapter 8 - Whiplash injuries
    References
    Index

       

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    The only anatomy atlas illustrated by physicians, Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th edition, brings you world-renowned, exquisitely clear views of the human body with a clinical perspective. In addition to the famous work of Dr. Frank Netter, you’ll also find nearly 100 paintings by Dr. Carlos A. G. Machado, one of today’s foremost medical illustrators. Together, these two uniquely talented physician-artists highlight the most clinically relevant views of the human body. In addition, more than 50 carefully selected radiologic images help bridge illustrated anatomy to living anatomy as seen in everyday practice.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Introductory Section

    Clinical Tables

    New Art Plates by Dr. Machado

    Terminology Updates

    New Radiologic Images

    Dedication

    Preface to the First Edition

    Frank H. Netter, MD

    Acknowledgments

    Table Of Contents

    1 Introduction

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate 1 Body Planes and Terms of Relationship

    Plate 2 Surface Anatomy: Regions (Anterior View of Female)

    Plate 3 Surface Anatomy: Regions (Posterior View of Male)

    Plate 4 Major Arteries and Pulse Points

    Plate 5 Major Systemic Veins of the Cardiovascular System

    Plate 6 General Organization of the Nervous System

    Plate 7 Overview of the Lymphatic System

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP 1 Cross Section of Skin

    Plate BP 2 Pilosebaceous Unit

    Plate BP 3 Major Body Cavities

    Plate BP 4 Skeletal System: Axial and Appendicular Skeletons

    Plate BP 5 Types of Synovial Joints

    Plate BP 6 Joints: Connective Tissues and Articular Cartilage

    Plate BP 7 Architecture of Bone

    Plate BP 8 Muscular System

    Plate BP 9 Overview of the Gastrointestinal System

    Plate BP 10 Overview of the Endocrine System

    Plate BP 11 Neurons and Synapses

    Plate BP 12 Features of a Typical Peripheral Nerve

    Plate BP 13 Sites of Visceral Referred Pain

    Plate BP 14 General Organization of the Cardiovascular System

    Plate BP 15 Cardiovascular System: Composition of Blood

    Plate BP 16 Arterial Wall

    2 Head and Neck

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 8 Head and Neck: Surface Anatomy

    Superficial Head and Neck

    Plate 9 Cutaneous Nerves of Head and Neck

    Plate 10 Superficial Arteries and Veins of Face and Scalp

    Bones and Ligaments

    Plate 11 Skull: Anterior View

    Plate 12 Skull: Radiographs

    Plate 13 Skull: Lateral View

    Plate 14 Skull: Lateral Radiograph

    Plate 15 Skull: Midsagittal Section

    Plate 16 Calvaria

    Plate 17 Cranial Base: Inferior View

    Plate 18 Cranial Base: Superior View

    Plate 19 Foramina and Canals of Cranial Base: Inferior View

    Plate 20 Foramina and Canals of Cranial Base: Superior View

    Plate 21 Skull of Newborn

    Plate 22 Bony Framework of Head and Neck

    Plate 23 Pterygoid Fossae

    Plate 24 Mandible

    Plate 25 Temporomandibular Joint

    Plate 26 Cervical Vertebrae: Atlas and Axis

    Plate 27 Cervical Vertebrae (continued)

    Plate 28 Cervical Vertebrae: Uncovertebral Joints

    Plate 29 External Craniocervical Ligaments

    Plate 30 Internal Craniocervical Ligaments

    Neck

    Plate 31 Muscles of Facial Expression: Lateral View

    Plate 32 Muscles of Neck: Anterior View

    Plate 33 Fascial Layers of Neck

    Plate 34 Cervical Fasciae

    Plate 35 Infrahyoid and Suprahyoid Muscles

    Plate 36 Muscles of Neck: Lateral View

    Plate 37 Anterior and Lateral Cervical Muscles

    Plate 38 Superficial Veins and Cutaneous Nerves of Neck

    Plate 39 Nerves and Vessels of Neck

    Plate 40 Nerves and Vessels of Neck (continued)

    Plate 41 Carotid Arteries

    Nasal Region

    Plate 42 Nose

    Plate 43 Lateral Wall of Nasal Cavity

    Plate 44 Lateral Wall of Nasal Cavity (continued)

    Plate 45 Medial Wall of Nasal Cavity (Nasal Septum)

    Plate 46 Nerves of Nasal Cavity

    Plate 47 Arteries of Nasal Cavity: Bony Nasal Septum Turned Up

    Plate 48 Nerves of Nasal Cavity: Bony Nasal Septum Turned Up

    Plate 49 Nose and Maxillary Sinus: Transverse Section

    Plate 50 Paranasal Sinuses: Coronal and Transverse Sections

    Plate 51 Paranasal Sinuses: Parasagittal Views

    Plate 52 Paranasal Sinuses: Changes with Age

    Plate 53 Salivary Glands

    Plate 54 Facial Nerve Branches and Parotid Gland

    Plate 55 Muscles Involved in Mastication

    Plate 56 Muscles Involved in Mastication (continued)

    Plate 57 Maxillary Artery

    Plate 58 Proximal Maxillary and Superficial Temporal Arteries

    Plate 59 Mandibular Nerve (CN V3)

    Plate 60 Superior View of Infratemporal Fossa

    Plate 61 Ophthalmic (CN V1) and Maxillary (CN V2) Nerves

    Plate 62 Autonomic Innervation of Nasal Cavity

    Plate 63 Nerves and Arteries of the Deep Face

    Plate 64 Orientation of Nerves and Vessels of the Cranial Base

    Oral Region

    Plate 65 Inspection of Oral Cavity

    Plate 66 Afferent Innervation of Oral Cavity and Tongue

    Plate 67 Roof of Oral Cavity

    Plate 68 Tongue and Salivary Glands: Sections

    Plate 69 Floor of Oral Cavity

    Plate 70 Tongue

    Plate 71 Tongue (continued)

    Plate 72 Fauces

    Plate 73 Teeth

    Plate 74 Teeth (continued)

    Pharynx

    Plate 75 Muscles of Pharynx: Partially Opened Posterior View

    Plate 76 Posterior View of Pharynx: Nerves and Vessels

    Plate 77 Pharynx: Medial View

    Plate 78 Muscles of Pharynx: Medial View

    Plate 79 Pharynx: Opened Posterior View

    Plate 80 Pharyngoesophageal Junction

    Plate 81 Muscles of Pharynx: Lateral View

    Plate 82 Nerves of Oral, Head, and Neck Regions

    Plate 83 Arteries of Oral and Pharyngeal Regions

    Plate 84 Veins of Face and Neck Regions

    Plate 85 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Head and Neck

    Plate 86 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pharynx and Tongue

    Thyroid Gland and Larynx

    Plate 87 Thyroid Gland: Anterior View

    Plate 88 Thyroid Gland and Pharynx: Posterior View

    Plate 89 Parathyroid Glands

    Plate 90 Cartilages of Larynx

    Plate 91 Intrinsic Muscles of Larynx

    Plate 92 Nerves and Coronal Section of Larynx

    Plate 93 Action of Intrinsic Muscles of Larynx

    Orbit and Contents

    Plate 94 Eyelids

    Plate 95 Lacrimal Apparatus

    Plate 96 Extrinsic Eye Muscles

    Plate 97 Nerves of Orbit

    Plate 98 Superior and Anterior Views of Orbit

    Plate 99 Arteries and Veins of Orbit and Eyelids

    Plate 100 Eyeball: Transverse Section

    Plate 101 Anterior and Posterior Chambers of Eyeball

    Plate 102 Lens and Supporting Structures

    Plate 103 Intrinsic Arteries and Veins of Eye

    Plate 104 Vascular Supply of Eye

    Ear

    Plate 105 Ear and Course of Sound in Cochlea

    Plate 106 External Ear and Tympanic Cavity

    Plate 107 Tympanic Cavity

    Plate 108 Bony and Membranous Labyrinths

    Plate 109 Bony and Membranous Labyrinths (continued)

    Plate 110 Orientation of Labyrinths in Skull

    Meninges and Brain

    Plate 111 Meninges and Diploic Veins

    Plate 112 Meningeal Arteries

    Plate 113 Meninges and Superficial Cerebral Veins

    Plate 114 Dural Venous Sinuses: Sagittal Section

    Plate 115 Dural Venous Sinuses (continued)

    Plate 116 Brain: Lateral Views

    Plate 117 Brain: Medial Views

    Plate 118 Brain: Inferior View

    Plate 119 Ventricles of Brain

    Plate 120 Circulation of Cerebrospinal Fluid

    Plate 121 Basal Nuclei (Ganglia)

    Plate 122 Thalamus and Related Structures

    Plate 123 Hippocampus and Fornix

    Plate 124 Brain Stem

    Plate 125 Ventricles and Cerebellum

    Plate 126 Cerebellum

    Cranial and Cervical Nerves

    Plate 127 Cranial Nerve Nuclei in Brain Stem: Schema

    Plate 128 Cranial Nerve Nuclei in Brain Stem: Schema (continued)

    Plate 129 Cranial Nerves (Motor and Sensory Distribution): Schema

    Plate 130 Olfactory Nerve (CN I): Schema

    Plate 131 Optic Nerve (CN II) (Visual Pathway): Schema

    Plate 132 Oculomotor (CN III), Trochlear (CN IV), and Abducens (CN VI) Nerves: Schema

    Plate 133 Trigeminal Nerve (CN V): Schema

    Plate 134 Facial Nerve (CN VII): Schema

    Plate 135 Vestibulocochlear Nerve (CN VIII): Schema

    Plate 136 Glossopharyngeal Nerve (CN IX): Schema

    Plate 137 Vagus Nerve (CN X): Schema

    Plate 138 Accessory Nerve (CN XI): Schema

    Plate 139 Hypoglossal Nerve (CN XII): Schema

    Plate 140 Cervical Plexus: Schema

    Plate 141 Autonomic Nerves in Neck

    Plate 142 Autonomic Nerves in Head

    Plate 143 Ciliary Ganglion: Schema

    Plate 144 Pterygopalatine and Submandibular Ganglia: Schema

    Plate 145 Otic Ganglion: Schema

    Plate 146 Taste Pathways: Schema

    Cerebral Vasculature

    Plate 147 Arteries to Brain and Meninges

    Plate 148 Internal Carotid Artery in Petrous Part of Temporal Bone

    Plate 149 Arteries to Brain: Schema

    Plate 150 Arteries of Brain: Inferior Views

    Plate 151 Cerebral Arterial Circle (of Willis)

    Plate 152 Arteries of Brain: Frontal View and Section

    Plate 153 Arteries of Brain: Lateral and Medial Views

    Plate 154 Arteries of Posterior Cranial Fossa

    Plate 155 Veins of Posterior Cranial Fossa

    Plate 156 Deep Veins of Brain

    Plate 157 Subependymal Veins of Brain

    Plate 158 Hypothalamus and Hypophysis

    Regional Imaging

    Plate 159 Cranial Imaging (MRA and MRV)

    Plate 160 Cranial Imaging (MRI)

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP17 3D Skull Reconstruction CTs

    Plate BP18 Degenerative Changes in Cervical Vertebrae

    Plate BP19 Atlantooccipital Junction

    Plate BP20 Muscles of Facial Expression: Anterior View

    Plate BP21 Musculature of Face

    Plate BP22 Paranasal Sinuses

    Plate BP23 Subclavian Artery

    Plate BP24 Opening of the Mandible

    Plate BP25 Afferent Innervation of Oral Cavity and Pharynx

    Plate BP26 Fasciae of Orbit and Eyeball

    Plate BP27 Tympanic Cavity

    Plate BP28 Anatomy of the Pediatric Ear

    Plate BP29 Auditory Tube (Eustachian)

    Plate BP30 Arteries and Veins of Hypothalamus and Hypophysis

    Plate BP31 Cranial Imaging (MRV and MRA)

    Plate BP32 Axial and Coronal MRIs of Brain

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Tables

    3 Back and Spinal Cord

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 161 Back: Surface Anatomy

    Bones and Ligaments

    Plate 162 Vertebral Column

    Plate 163 Thoracic Vertebrae

    Plate 164 Lumbar Vertebrae

    Plate 165 Vertebrae: Radiograph and MRI

    Plate 166 Sacrum and Coccyx

    Plate 167 Vertebral Ligaments: Lumbosacral Region

    Plate 168 Vertebral Ligaments: Lumbar Region

    Spinal Cord

    Plate 169 Spinal Cord and Anterior Rami

    Plate 170 Relation of Spinal Nerve Roots to Vertebrae

    Plate 171 Dermatomes

    Plate 172 Sympathetic Nervous System: Schema

    Plate 173 Parasympathetic Nervous System: Schema

    Plate 174 Spinal Meninges and Nerve Roots

    Plate 175 Spinal Nerve Origin: Cross Sections

    Plate 176 Arteries of Spinal Cord: Schema

    Plate 177 Arteries of Spinal Cord: Intrinsic Distribution

    Plate 178 Veins of Spinal Cord and Vertebral Column

    Plate 179 Veins of Vertebral Column: Vertebral Veins

    Muscles and Nerves

    Plate 180 Muscles of Back: Superficial Layer

    Plate 181 Muscles of Back: Intermediate Layer

    Plate 182 Muscles of Back: Deep Layer

    Plate 183 Nerves of Back

    Plate 184 Suboccipital Triangle

    Cross-Sectional Anatomy

    Plate 185 Lumbar Region of Back: Cross Section

    Plate 186 Typical Thoracic Spinal Nerve: Cross Section

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP33 Vertebral Ligaments

    Plate BP34 Cervical Spine: Radiographs

    Plate BP35 Cervical Spine: MRI and Radiograph

    Plate BP36 Thoracolumbar Spine: Lateral Radiograph

    Plate BP37 Lumbar Vertebrae: Radiographs

    Plate BP38 Lumbar Spine: MRIs

    Plate BP39 Sympathetic Nervous System: General Topography

    Plate BP40 Parasympathetic Nervous System: General Topography

    Plate BP41 Cholinergic and Adrenergic Synapses: Schema

    Plate BP42 Vertebral Veins: Detail Showing Venous Communications

    Plate BP43 Spinal Cord Cross Sections: Fiber Tracts

    Clinical Table

    Muscle Tables

    4 Thorax

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 187 Thorax: Surface Anatomy

    Mammary Gland

    Plate 188 Mammary Gland

    Plate 189 Arteries of Mammary Gland

    Plate 190 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Mammary Gland

    Plate 191 Lymphatic Drainage of Breast

    Body Wall

    Plate 192 Bony Framework of Thorax

    Plate 193 Ribs and Associated Joints

    Plate 194 Anterior Thoracic Wall

    Plate 195 Anterior Thoracic Wall (continued)

    Plate 196 Anterior Thoracic Wall: Internal View

    Plate 197 Intercostal Nerves and Arteries

    Plate 198 Veins of Internal Thoracic Wall

    Plate 199 Phrenic Nerve

    Plate 200 Respiratory Diaphragm: Thoracic Surface

    Plate 201 Respiratory Diaphragm: Abdominal Surface

    Lungs

    Plate 202 Topography of Lungs: Anterior View

    Plate 203 Topography of Lungs: Posterior View

    Plate 204 Lungs in Situ: Anterior View

    Plate 205 Lungs: Medial Views

    Plate 206 Bronchopulmonary Segments

    Plate 207 Bronchopulmonary Segments (continued)

    Plate 208 Trachea and Major Bronchi

    Plate 209 Bronchi and Intrapulmonary Airways

    Plate 210 Great Vessels of Superior Mediastinum

    Plate 211 Bronchial Arteries and Veins

    Plate 212 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Lung

    Plate 213 Autonomic Nerves of Thorax

    Plate 214 Innervation of Tracheobronchial Tree: Schema

    Heart

    Plate 215 Heart in Situ

    Plate 216 Heart: Anterior Exposure

    Plate 217 Heart: Radiographs and CT Angiogram; Auscultation of Heart

    Plate 218 Heart: Base and Diaphragmatic Surface

    Plate 219 Pericardial Sac

    Plate 220 Mediastinum: Cross Section

    Plate 221 Thorax: Coronal Section of Heart and Ascending Aorta

    Plate 222 Coronary Arteries and Cardiac Veins

    Plate 223 Coronary Arteries: Imaging

    Plate 224 Right Atrium and Ventricle

    Plate 225 Left Atrium and Ventricle

    Plate 226 Valves and Fibrous Skeleton of Heart

    Plate 227 Valves and Fibrous Skeleton of Heart (continued)

    Plate 228 Atria, Ventricles, and Interventricular Septum

    Plate 229 Conducting System of Heart

    Plate 230 Nerves of Thorax

    Plate 231 Innervation of Heart: Schema

    Plate 232 Innervation of Blood Vessels: Schema

    Plate 233 Prenatal and Postnatal Circulation

    Mediastinum

    Plate 234 Mediastinum: Right Lateral View

    Plate 235 Mediastinum: Left Lateral View

    Plate 236 Esophagus in Situ

    Plate 237 Topography and Constrictions of Esophagus

    Plate 238 Musculature of Esophagus

    Plate 239 Esophagogastric Junction

    Plate 240 Arteries of Esophagus

    Plate 241 Veins of Esophagus

    Plate 242 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Esophagus

    Plate 243 Nerves of Esophagus

    Regional Scans

    Plate 244 Chest Scans: Axial CT Images

    Cross-Sectional Anatomy

    Plate 245 Cross Section of Thorax at T3 Level

    Plate 246 Cross Section of Thorax at T3-4 Disc Level

    Plate 247 Cross Section of Thorax at T4-5 Disc Level

    Plate 248 Cross Section of Thorax at T7 Level

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP44 Respiratory System

    Plate BP45 Cervical Ribs and Related Anomalies

    Plate BP46 Muscle Attachments of Ribs

    Plate BP47 Muscles of Respiration

    Plate BP48 Intrapulmonary Airways: Schema

    Plate BP49 Intrapulmonary Blood Circulation: Schema

    Plate BP50 Gas Exchange

    Plate BP51 Anterior Aspect of Heart

    Plate BP52 Coronary Arteries: Right Anterior Oblique Views with Arteriograms

    Plate BP53 Coronary Arteries and Cardiac Veins: Variations

    Plate BP54 Intrinsic Nerves and Variations in Nerves of Esophagus

    Plate BP55 Arteries of Esophagus: Variations

    Plate BP56 Thorax: Coronal Section (Midaxillary Line, Tracheal Bifurcation, Left Atrium)

    Plate BP57 Thorax: Coronal CTs

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Table

    5 Abdomen

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 249 Abdomen: Surface Anatomy

    Body Wall

    Plate 250 Bony Framework of Abdomen

    Plate 251 Regions and Planes of Abdomen

    Plate 252 Anterior Abdominal Wall: Superficial Dissection

    Plate 253 Anterior Abdominal Wall: Intermediate Dissection

    Plate 254 Anterior Abdominal Wall: Deep Dissection

    Plate 255 Rectus Sheath: Cross Section

    Plate 256 Anterior Abdominal Wall: Internal View

    Plate 257 Posterolateral Abdominal Wall

    Plate 258 Arteries of Anterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 259 Veins of Anterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 260 Nerves of Anterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 261 Thoracoabdominal Nerves

    Plate 262 Inguinal Region: Dissections

    Plate 263 Inguinal Canal and Spermatic Cord

    Plate 264 Femoral Sheath and Inguinal Canal

    Plate 265 Posterior Abdominal Wall: Internal View

    Plate 266 Arteries of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 267 Veins of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 268 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Plate 269 Nerves of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Peritoneal Cavity

    Plate 270 Greater Omentum and Abdominal Viscera

    Plate 271 Mesenteric Relations of Intestines

    Plate 272 Mesenteric Relations of Intestines (continued)

    Plate 273 Omental Bursa: Stomach Reflected

    Plate 274 Omental Bursa: Cross Section

    Plate 275 Peritoneum of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Viscera (Gut)

    Plate 276 Stomach in Situ

    Plate 277 Mucosa of Stomach

    Plate 278 Duodenum in Situ

    Plate 279 Mucosa and Musculature of Small Intestine

    Plate 280 Ileocecal Region

    Plate 281 Ileocecal Region (continued)

    Plate 282 (Vermiform) Appendix

    Plate 283 Mucosa and Musculature of Large Intestine

    Viscera (Accessory Organs)

    Plate 284 Surfaces and Bed of Liver

    Plate 285 Liver in Situ: Vascular and Duct Systems

    Plate 286 Liver Structure: Schema

    Plate 287 Gallbladder, Extrahepatic Bile Ducts, and Pancreatic Duct

    Plate 288 Pancreas in Situ

    Plate 289 Spleen

    Visceral Vasculature

    Plate 290 Arteries of Stomach, Liver, and Spleen

    Plate 291 Arteries of Liver, Pancreas, Duodenum, and Spleen

    Plate 292 Celiac Arteriogram and CT Angiogram

    Plate 293 Arteries of Duodenum and Head of Pancreas

    Plate 294 Arteries of Small Intestine

    Plate 295 Arteries of Large Intestine

    Plate 296 Veins of Stomach, Duodenum, Pancreas, and Spleen

    Plate 297 Veins of Small Intestine

    Plate 298 Veins of Large Intestine

    Plate 299 Hepatic Portal Vein Tributaries: Portacaval Anastomoses

    Innervation

    Plate 300 Autonomic Nerves and Ganglia

    Plate 301 Autonomic Innervation of Stomach and Duodenum

    Plate 302 Autonomic Innervation of Stomach and Duodenum (continued)

    Plate 303 Autonomic Innervation of Esophagus, Stomach, and Duodenum: Schema

    Plate 304 Autonomic Innervation of Small Intestine

    Plate 305 Autonomic Innervation of Large Intestine

    Plate 306 Autonomic Innervation of Intestines: Schema

    Plate 307 Autonomic Reflex Pathways: Schema

    Plate 308 Enteric Plexuses of Intestine

    Plate 309 Autonomic Innervation of Liver: Schema

    Plate 310 Autonomic Innervation of Pancreas: Schema

    Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands

    Plate 311 Kidneys in Situ: Anterior Views

    Plate 312 Kidneys in Situ: Posterior Views

    Plate 313 Renal Artery and Vein in Situ

    Plate 314 Gross Structure of Kidney

    Plate 315 Intrarenal Arteries and Renal Segments

    Plate 316 Ureters in Abdomen and Pelvis

    Plate 317 Arteries of Ureters and Urinary Bladder

    Plate 318 Renal Fasciae

    Plate 319 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Kidneys and Urinary Bladder

    Plate 320 Autonomic Nerves of Kidneys, Ureters, and Urinary Bladder

    Plate 321 Autonomic Innervation of Kidneys and Upper Ureters: Schema

    Plate 322 Autonomic Nerves of Suprarenal Glands: Dissection and Schema

    Plate 323 Arteries and Veins of Suprarenal Glands in Situ

    Plate 324 Abdominal Wall and Viscera: Paramedian (Parasagittal) Section

    Lymphatics

    Plate 325 Abdominal and Pelvic Lymphatics: Schema

    Regional Scans

    Plate 326 Abdominal Scans: Axial CT Images

    Plate 327 Abdominal Scans: Axial CT Images (continued)

    Cross-Sectional Anatomy

    Plate 328 Cross Section at T10, Esophagogastric Junction

    Plate 329 Cross Section at T12, Inferior to Xiphoid

    Plate 330 Cross Section at T12–L1, Intervertebral Disc

    Plate 331 Cross Section at L1–2, Intervertebral Disc

    Plate 332 Cross Section at L3–4

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP58 Inguinal and Femoral Regions

    Plate BP59 Indirect Inguinal Hernia

    Plate BP60 Variations in Position and Contour of Stomach in Relation to Body Habitus

    Plate BP61 Layers of Duodenal Wall

    Plate BP62 CT and MRCP Showing Appendix, Gallbladder, and Ducts; Nerve Branches of Hepatic Artery

    Plate BP63 Topography of Liver

    Plate BP64 Variations in Form of Liver

    Plate BP65 Sigmoid Colon: Variations in Position

    Plate BP66 Variations in Arterial Supply to Cecum and Posterior Peritoneal Attachment of Cecum

    Plate BP67 Variations in Pancreatic Duct

    Plate BP68 Variations in Cystic, Hepatic, and Pancreatic Ducts

    Plate BP69 Variations in Cystic Arteries

    Plate BP70 Variations in Hepatic Arteries

    Plate BP71 Variations and Anomalies of Hepatic Portal Vein

    Plate BP72 Variations in Celiac Trunk

    Plate BP73 Variations in Colic Arteries

    Plate BP74 Variations in Colic Arteries (continued)

    Plate BP75 Variations in Renal Artery and Vein

    Plate BP76 Histology of Renal Corpuscle

    Plate BP77 Nephron and Collecting Tubule: Schema

    Plate BP78 Blood Vessels in Parenchyma of Kidney: Schema

    Plate BP79 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Stomach

    Plate BP80 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pancreas

    Plate BP81 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Small Intestine

    Plate BP82 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Large Intestine

    Plate BP83 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Liver

    Plate BP84 Schematic Cross Section of Abdomen at Middle T12

    Plate BP85 Transverse Section of Abdomen: Level of L5, Near Transtubercular Plane

    Plate BP86 Transverse Section of Abdomen: Level of S1, Anterior Superior Iliac Spine

    Plate BP87 Axial CT Image of Upper Abdomen

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Table

    6 Pelvis and Perineum

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 333 Pelvis and Perineum: Surface Anatomy

    Bones and Ligaments

    Plate 334 Bony Framework of Pelvis

    Plate 335 Male and Female Pelvis: Radiographs

    Plate 336 Sex Differences of Pelvis: Measurements

    Plate 337 Bones and Ligaments of Pelvis

    Plate 338 Bones and Ligaments of Pelvis (continued)

    Pelvic Floor and Contents

    Plate 339 Pelvic Diaphragm: Female

    Plate 340 Pelvic Diaphragm: Female (continued)

    Plate 341 Pelvic Diaphragm: Female (continued)

    Plate 342 Pelvic Diaphragm: Male

    Plate 343 Pelvic Diaphragm: Male (continued)

    Plate 344 Pelvic Contents: Female

    Plate 345 Pelvic Viscera and Perineum: Female

    Plate 346 Pelvic Viscera: Female

    Plate 347 Endopelvic Fascia and Potential Spaces

    Plate 348 Pelvic Contents: Male

    Plate 349 Pelvic Viscera and Perineum: Male

    Urinary Bladder

    Plate 350 Urinary Bladder: Orientation and Supports

    Plate 351 Female Sphincters

    Plate 352 Urinary Bladder: Female and Male

    Uterus, Vagina, and Supporting Structures

    Plate 353 Uterus, Vagina, and Supporting Structures

    Plate 354 Uterus: Fascial Ligaments

    Plate 355 Uterus and Adnexa

    Plate 356 Female Pelvic Relationships

    Plate 357 Pelvic Ligaments

    Perineum and External Genitalia: Female

    Plate 358 Female Perineum and External Genitalia (Pudendum or Vulva)

    Plate 359 Female Perineum (Superficial Dissection)

    Plate 360 Female Perineum and Deep Perineum

    Plate 361 Female Perineal Spaces

    Perineum and External Genitalia: Male

    Plate 362 Male Perineum and External Genitalia (Superficial Dissection)

    Plate 363 Male Perineum and External Genitalia (Deeper Dissection)

    Plate 364 Penis

    Plate 365 Male Perineal Spaces

    Plate 366 Prostate Gland and Seminal Vesicles

    Plate 367 Urethra

    Plate 368 Descent of Testis

    Plate 369 Scrotum and Contents

    Homologues of Genitalia

    Plate 370 Homologues of External Genitalia

    Plate 371 Homologues of Internal Genitalia

    Testis, Epididymis, and Ductus Deferens

    Plate 372 Testis, Epididymis, and Ductus Deferens

    Rectum

    Plate 373 Rectum in Situ: Female and Male

    Plate 374 Ischioanal Fossae

    Plate 375 Rectum and Anal Canal

    Plate 376 Anorectal Musculature

    Plate 377 External Anal Sphincter Muscle: Perineal Views

    Plate 378 Actual and Potential Perineopelvic Spaces

    Regional Scan

    Plate 379 Pelvic Scans: Sagittal T2-Weighted MRIs

    Vasculature

    Plate 380 Arteries of Rectum and Anal Canal: Male Posterior View

    Plate 381 Veins of Rectum and Anal Canal: Female Anterior View

    Plate 382 Arteries and Veins of Pelvic Organs: Female Anterior View

    Plate 383 Arteries and Veins of Testis: Anterior View

    Plate 384 Arteries of Pelvis: Female

    Plate 385 Arteries and Veins of Pelvis: Male

    Plate 386 Arteries and Veins of Perineum and Uterus

    Plate 387 Arteries and Veins of Perineum: Male

    Plate 388 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pelvis and Genitalia: Female

    Plate 389 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Perineum: Female

    Plate 390 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Pelvis and Genitalia: Male

    Innervation

    Plate 391 Nerves of External Genitalia: Male

    Plate 392 Nerves of Pelvic Viscera: Male

    Plate 393 Nerves of Perineum: Male

    Plate 394 Nerves of Pelvic Viscera: Female

    Plate 395 Nerves of Perineum and External Genitalia: Female

    Plate 396 Neuropathways in Parturition

    Plate 397 Innervation of Female Reproductive Organs: Schema

    Plate 398 Innervation of Male Reproductive Organs: Schema

    Plate 399 Innervation of Urinary Bladder and Lower Ureter: Schema

    Cross-Sectional Anatomy

    Plate 400 Male Pelvis: Cross Section of Bladder–Prostate Gland Junction

    Plate 401 Female Pelvis: Cross Section of Vagina and Urethra

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP88 Fasciae of Male and Female Pelvis and Perineum

    Plate BP89 Male and Female Cystourethrograms

    Plate BP90 Female Urethra

    Plate BP91 Genetics of Reproduction

    Plate BP92 Menstrual Cycle

    Plate BP93 Testes

    Plate BP94 Uterine Development

    Plate BP95 Ovary, Ova, and Follicles

    Plate BP96 Variations in Hymen

    Plate BP97 Cross Section Through Prostate

    Plate BP98 Arteries and Veins of Pelvis: Male

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Tables

    7 Upper Limb

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 402 Upper Limb: Surface Anatomy

    Cutaneous Anatomy

    Plate 403 Dermatomes of Upper Limb and Segmental Nerve Function

    Plate 404 Cutaneous Innervation of Upper Limb

    Plate 405 Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Proximal Upper Limb

    Plate 406 Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Forearm and Hand

    Plate 407 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Upper Limb

    Shoulder and Axilla

    Plate 408 Clavicle and Sternoclavicular Joint

    Plate 409 Humerus and Scapula: Anterior Views

    Plate 410 Humerus and Scapula: Posterior Views

    Plate 411 Shoulder: Anteroposterior Radiograph

    Plate 412 Shoulder with Details of Glenohumeral Joint

    Plate 413 Muscles of Shoulder

    Plate 414 Axilla: Posterior Wall

    Plate 415 Muscles of Rotator (Compressor) Cuff

    Plate 416 Pectoral, Clavipectoral, and Axillary Fasciae

    Plate 417 Scapulothoracic and Shoulder Dissection

    Plate 418 Axillary Artery and Anastomoses Around Scapula

    Plate 419 Axilla: Anterior View

    Plate 420 Brachial Plexus: Schema

    Arm

    Plate 421 Muscles of Arm: Anterior Views

    Plate 422 Muscles of Arm: Posterior Views

    Plate 423 Brachial Artery in Situ

    Plate 424 Arteries of Arm and Proximal Forearm

    Plate 425 Arm: Serial Cross Sections

    Elbow and Forearm

    Plate 426 Bones of Elbow

    Plate 427 Elbow: Radiographs

    Plate 428 Ligaments of Elbow

    Plate 429 Bones of Forearm

    Plate 430 Individual Muscles of Forearm: Rotators of Radius

    Plate 431 Individual Muscles of Forearm: Extensors of Wrist and Digits

    Plate 432 Individual Muscles of Forearm: Flexors of Wrist

    Plate 433 Individual Muscles of Forearm: Flexors of Digits

    Plate 434 Muscles of Forearm (Superficial Layer): Posterior View

    Plate 435 Muscles of Forearm (Deeper Layer): Posterior View

    Plate 436 Muscles of Forearm (Superficial Layer): Anterior View

    Plate 437 Muscles of Forearm (Intermediate Layer): Anterior View

    Plate 438 Muscles of Forearm (Deep Layer): Anterior View

    Plate 439 Attachments of Muscles of Forearm: Anterior View

    Plate 440 Attachments of Muscles of Forearm: Posterior View

    Plate 441 Forearm: Serial Cross Sections, Anterior View

    Wrist and Hand

    Plate 442 Carpal Bones

    Plate 443 Movements of Wrist

    Plate 444 Ligaments of Wrist

    Plate 445 Ligaments of Wrist (Continued)

    Plate 446 Bones of Wrist and Hand

    Plate 447 Wrist and Hand: Radiographs

    Plate 448 Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Ligaments

    Plate 449 Wrist and Hand: Superficial Palmar Dissections

    Plate 450 Wrist and Hand: Deeper Palmar Dissections

    Plate 451 Lumbrical Muscles and Bursae, Spaces, and Sheaths: Schema

    Plate 452 Flexor Tendons, Arteries, and Nerves at Wrist

    Plate 453 Bursae, Spaces, and Tendon Sheaths of Hand

    Plate 454 Flexor and Extensor Tendons in Fingers

    Plate 455 Intrinsic Muscles of Hand

    Plate 456 Arteries and Nerves of Hand: Palmar Views

    Plate 457 Wrist and Hand: Superficial Dissection

    Plate 458 Wrist and Hand: Superficial Dorsal Dissection

    Plate 459 Nerves and Arteries of Dorsal Hand and Wrist

    Plate 460 Extensor Tendons at Wrist

    Plate 461 Fingers

    Neurovasculature

    Plate 462 Cutaneous Innervation of Wrist and Hand

    Plate 463 Arteries and Nerves of Upper Limb: Anterior View

    Plate 464 Nerves of Upper Limb

    Plate 465 Musculocutaneous Nerve: Anterior View

    Plate 466 Median Nerve

    Plate 467 Ulnar Nerve

    Plate 468 Radial Nerve in Arm and Nerves of Posterior Shoulder: Posterior View

    Plate 469 Radial Nerve in Forearm and Hand

    Regional Imaging

    Plate 470 Shoulder MRI and CT Scan

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP99 Veins of Upper Limb

    Plate BP100 Arteries of Arm and Proximal Forearm

    Plate BP101 Arteries of Forearm and Hand

    Plate BP102 Ligaments of Wrist

    Plate BP103 Flexor and Extensor Zones of Hand

    Plate BP104 Section Through Metacarpal and Distal Carpal Bones

    Plate BP105 Cross Section of Hand: Axial View

    Plate BP106 Cross Section of Hand: Axial View (continued)

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Tables

    8 Lower Limb

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Surface Anatomy

    Plate 471 Lower Limb: Surface Anatomy

    Cutaneous Anatomy

    Plate 472 Dermatomes of Lower Limb and Segmental Nerve Function

    Plate 473 Superficial Nerves and Veins of Lower Limb: Anterior View

    Plate 474 Superficial Nerves and Veins of Lower Limb: Posterior View

    Plate 475 Lymph Vessels and Nodes of Lower Limb

    Hip and Thigh

    Plate 476 Coxal Bone

    Plate 477 Hip Joint

    Plate 478 Hip Joint: Anteroposterior Radiograph

    Plate 479 Femur

    Plate 480 Bony Attachments of Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Anterior View

    Plate 481 Bony Attachments of Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View

    Plate 482 Muscles of Thigh: Anterior Views

    Plate 483 Muscles of Thigh: Anterior Views (continued)

    Plate 484 Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Lateral View

    Plate 485 Muscles of Hip and Thigh: Posterior Views

    Plate 486 Psoas and Iliacus Muscles

    Plate 487 Lumbosacral and Coccygeal Plexuses

    Plate 488 Lumbar Plexus

    Plate 489 Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses

    Plate 490 Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Anterior Views

    Plate 491 Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Anterior Views (continued)

    Plate 492 Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Posterior View

    Plate 493 Nerves of Hip and Buttock

    Plate 494 Hip Bursae: Posterior and Anterolateral Views

    Plate 495 Arteries of Femoral Head and Neck

    Plate 496 Thigh: Serial Cross Sections

    Knee

    Plate 497 Knee: Medial and Lateral Views

    Plate 498 Knee: Anterior Views

    Plate 499 Knee: Interior Views

    Plate 500 Knee: Cruciate and Collateral Ligaments

    Plate 501 Knee: Anteroposterior Radiograph and Posterior View

    Plate 502 Knee: Posterior and Sagittal Views

    Plate 503 Arteries of Lower Limb: Schema

    Leg

    Plate 504 Tibia and Fibula

    Plate 505 Tibia and Fibula (continued)

    Plate 506 Attachments of Muscles of Leg

    Plate 507 Muscles of Leg (Superficial Dissection): Posterior View

    Plate 508 Muscles of Leg (Intermediate Dissection): Posterior View

    Plate 509 Muscles of Leg (Deep Dissection): Posterior View

    Plate 510 Muscles of Leg: Lateral View

    Plate 511 Muscles of Leg (Superficial Dissection): Anterior View

    Plate 512 Muscles of Leg (Deep Dissection): Anterior View

    Plate 513 Venous Drainage of Leg

    Plate 514 Leg: Cross Sections and Fascial Compartments

    Ankle and Foot

    Plate 515 Bones of Foot

    Plate 516 Bones of Foot (continued)

    Plate 517 Calcaneus

    Plate 518 Ligaments and Tendons of Ankle

    Plate 519 Ligaments and Tendons of Foot: Plantar View

    Plate 520 Tendon Sheaths of Ankle

    Plate 521 Muscles of Dorsum of Foot: Superficial Dissection

    Plate 522 Dorsum of Foot: Deep Dissection

    Plate 523 Plantar Region of Foot: Superficial Dissection

    Plate 524 Muscles of Plantar Region of Foot: First Layer

    Plate 525 Muscles of Plantar Region of Foot: Second Layer

    Plate 526 Muscles of Plantar Region of Foot: Third Layer

    Plate 527 Interosseous Muscles and Deep Arteries of Foot

    Plate 528 Interosseous Muscles of Foot

    Neurovasculature

    Plate 529 Femoral Nerve and Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    Plate 530 Obturator Nerve

    Plate 531 Sciatic Nerve and Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    Plate 532 Tibial Nerve

    Plate 533 Common Fibular Nerve

    Regional Imaging

    Plate 534 Hip MRI and 3D CT

    Plate 535 Ankle: Radiographs

    Electronic Bonus Plates

    Plate BP107 Veins of Lower Limb

    Plate BP108 Arteries of Thigh and Knee

    Plate BP109 Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Hip: Axial View

    Plate BP110 Arteries of Knee and Foot

    Plate BP111 Leg: Serial Cross Sections

    Plate BP112 Osteology of Knee

    Plate BP113 Knee Radiograph: Lateral View

    Plate BP114 Anatomy of Foot: Nerves and Arteries

    Plate BP115 Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Ankle and Foot

    Plate BP116 Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Ankle and Foot (continued)

    Plate BP117 Anatomy of Toenail

    Clinical Tables

    Muscle Tables

    1 Head and Neck Study Guide

    1.1 Topographic Surface Anatomy

    Guide

    Key Landmarks of Midline of the Neck

    Other Landmarks of the Neck

    Landmarks of the Face

    Clinical Points

    Tracheostomy

    Needle Cricothyrotomy

    Central Venous Line

    1.2 Bones and Ligaments

    Guide

    Bones of Head and Neck

    Skull

    Major Sutures of the Skull.

    Internal Features of Base of Skull.

    Foramina of Skull.

    Mandible

    Temporomandibular Joint

    Cervical Vertebrae

    Anatomical Points

    Clinical Points

    Skull (Calvaria) Fractures

    Le Fort Fractures

    Memory Aids

    1.3 Superficial Face

    Guide

    Face

    Scalp

    Vascular Supply of the Face

    Arteries.

    Veins.

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Face

    Innervation of the Face

    Other Muscles Associated with the Face: Muscles of Mastication

    Clinical Points

    Scalp Lacerations

    Blood or Infections in the Scalp

    Facial Palsy (Bell’s Palsy)

    Memory Aids

    1.4 Neck

    Guide

    Neck—General Description

    Triangles of the Neck

    Fascial Layers of Neck

    Carotid Sheath

    Facial Spaces

    Anatomical Points

    Clinical Points

    Torticollis

    Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Memory Aids

    1.5 Nasal Region

    Guide

    Nasal Region

    External Nose

    Nasal Septum

    Nasal Cavity

    Paranasal Sinuses

    Clinical Points

    Nasal Obstruction

    Epistaxis

    Sinusitis

    Memory Aids

    1.6 Oral Region

    Guide

    Oral Cavity

    Tongue

    Palate

    Salivary Glands

    Clinical Points

    Parotid Tumors

    Sialoadenitis

    Sialolithiasis

    Memory Aids

    1.7 Pharynx

    Guide

    Pharynx: General Anatomy

    Muscles of Pharynx

    Arterial Supply

    Venous Drainage

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Innervation

    Swallowing (Deglutition)

    Anatomical Points

    Clinical Points

    Pharyngitis

    Tonsillectomy

    1.8 Larynx and Thyroid Gland

    Guide

    Larynx: General Anatomy

    Laryngeal Skeleton

    Membranes of Laryngeal Skeleton.

    Internal Anatomy of the Larynx

    Muscles of the Larynx

    Joints of the Larynx and Movements at the Joints

    Arterial Supply to Larynx

    Venous Drainage of Larynx

    Lymphatic Drainage of Larynx

    Innervation of Larynx

    Thyroid Gland

    Innervation

    Arterial Supply

    Venous Drainage

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Innervation

    Parathyroid Gland

    Clinical Points

    Severance of Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve

    Thyroid Lumps

    Hyperthyroidism

    Mnemonics

    1.9 Orbit and Contents

    Guide

    Bony Orbit

    Eyelids and Lacrimal Apparatus

    Eyelids

    Lacrimal Apparatus

    Contents of the Orbit

    Eyeball

    Light refraction.

    Muscles of the Orbit

    Vasculature of the Orbit

    Innervation of the Orbit

    Clinical Points

    General Testing of Extra-Ocular Muscles

    Cataract

    Glaucoma

    Orbital “Blow-Out” Fractures

    Conjunctivitis

    Memory Aids

    1.10 Ear

    Guide

    Ear—Overview

    External Ear

    Middle Ear

    Inner Ear

    Clinical Points

    Otitis Externa

    Otitis Media

    Weber Test and Rinne Test for Hearing

    Weber Test

    Rinne Test

    1.11 Brain and Meninges

    Guide

    Brain

    Brainstem

    Arterial Supply to the Brain

    Meninges

    Venous Drainage of Brain

    Dural Infoldings

    Dural Venous Sinuses

    Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)

    Vasculature of Dura

    Clinical Points

    Meningitis

    Hydrocephalus

    Brain Tumors

    1.12 Cranial and Cervical Nerves

    Guide

    Cranial Nerves

    Sensory Innervation of the Dura

    Cervical Plexus

    Clinical Points

    Facial Nerve Palsy

    Trigeminal Neuralgia

    Ocular Nerve Palsy

    Memory Aids

    1.13 Cerebral Vasculature

    Guide

    Vascular Supply to the Brain

    Arterial Supply

    Internal Carotid Arteries.

    Vertebral Arteries.

    Cerebral Arteries.

    Cerebral Arterial Circle (Circle of Willis).

    Venous Drainage

    Vascular Supply to Scalp, Face, and Neck

    Arterial Supply

    Common Carotid Artery.

    External Carotid Artery.

    Subclavian Artery.

    Venous Drainage

    Superficial Veins.

    Deep Veins.

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Drainage of Face and Head.

    Drainage of Neck.

    Deep Cervical Nodes.

    Jugular Lymphatic Trunks.

    Clinical Points

    Stroke

    Berry Aneurysm

    2 Back and Spinal Cord Study Guide

    2.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Clinical Points

    Lumbar Puncture

    Memory Aids

    2.2 Bones and Ligaments

    Guide

    Vertebral Column

    Vertebrae

    Cervical Vertebrae

    Thoracic Vertebrae

    Lumbar Vertebrae

    Sacrum

    Coccyx

    Joints

    Clinical Points

    Types of Vertebral Fractures

    Cervical Hyperextension

    Spinal Curvatures

    Abnormal Curvatures

    Kyphosis.

    Spondylolisthesis.

    Sacralization.

    Memory Aids

    2.3 Spinal Cord

    Guide

    Spinal Cord—Overview

    Structure of Spinal Nerves

    Meninges

    Dermatomes

    Vasculature of Spinal Cord and Vertebral Column

    Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)

    Clinical Points

    Disc Herniation

    Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

    Spinal Cord Development

    Epidural Block

    Spinal Block

    Memory Aids

    2.4 Muscles and Nerves

    Guide

    Extrinsic Muscles of the Back

    Intrinsic Muscles of the Back

    Fascia

    Vascular Supply to Muscles and Skin of the Back

    Suboccipital Region

    Branches of Spinal Nerves

    Clinical Points

    Back Pain

    Back Strain

    Whiplash

    Memory Aids

    3 Thorax Study Guide

    3.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Clinical Points

    3.2 Mammary Gland

    Guide

    Structure of the Breast

    Vasculature of the Breast

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Breast

    Clinical Points

    Examination of the Breast

    Pathology of the Breast

    3.3 Body Wall

    Guide

    Layers

    Intercostal Muscles

    Intercostal Nerves

    Ribs

    Anatomical and Clinical Points

    Important Vertebral Landmarks

    Thoracocentesis

    Importance of Certain Intercostal Spaces

    Cervical Ribs

    Bone Marrow Biopsy and Aspiration

    Memory Aids

    3.4 Lungs

    Guides

    Thoracic Cavity, Pleurae, and Pleural Cavity

    Lines of Pleural Reflection

    Lungs

    Bronchopulmonary Segments

    Vasculature of the Lungs

    Innervation of the Lungs

    Clinical Points

    Memory Aids

    3.5 Heart

    Guides

    Pericardium

    Heart

    Orientation of the Heart: Border and Surfaces

    Borders.

    Surfaces (in normal anatomical position).

    Chambers of the Heart

    Right Atrium.

    Right Ventricle.

    Left Atrium.

    Left Ventricle.

    Coronary Circulation

    Arteries.

    Veins.

    Innervation and Conducting System of the Heart

    Heart Sounds

    Clinical Points

    Cardiac Tamponade

    Pericardiocentesis

    Cardiac-Referred Pain

    Cardiac Bypass Graft (CABG)

    Ventricular Septal Defects (VSDs)

    Pathologies of the Aorta

    Valvular Insufficiencies

    Memory Aids

    3.6 Mediastinum

    Guides

    General Description

    Structures in the Mediastinum

    Clinical Points

    Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury

    Chylothorax

    Memory Aids

    4 Abdomen Study Guide

    4.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Abdomen—Overview

    Bony Landmarks of the Abdomen

    Abdominal Contents

    Abdominal Quadrants and Regions

    Clinical Points

    Mcburney’s Point and Appendicitis

    Grey-Turner’s Sign

    Cullen’s Sign

    Memory Aids

    4.2 Body Wall

    Guide

    Anterolateral Abdominal Wall

    Fascial Layers

    Muscles

    Rectus Sheath

    Innervation

    Vascular Supply

    Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Fascial Layers

    Muscles

    Arteries of Posterior Abdominal Wall (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Veins of Posterior Abdominal Wall (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Lymphatics of Posterior Abdominal Wall

    Nerves of Posterior Abdominal Wall (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Internal Features of Anterior Abdominal Wall

    Hesselbach’s (Inguinal) Triangle.

    Inguinal Canal: Feature of Anterior Abdominal Wall.

    Clinical Points

    Inguinal Hernia

    Psoas Abscess

    Memory Aids

    4.3 Peritoneal Cavity

    Guide

    Peritoneum

    Omenta

    Mesenteries

    Peritoneal Ligaments

    Peritoneal Subdivisions

    Anatomical Points

    Clinical Points

    Peritonitis

    Ascites

    4.4 Viscera (Gut)

    Guide

    Stomach

    Vascular Supply (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Duodenum

    Vascular Supply (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Jejunum and Ileum

    Mesentery

    Jejunum

    Ileum

    Vascular Supply (Section 4–6: Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Innervation)

    Large Intestine (Colon)

    Cecum

    Ascending Colon

    Transverse Colon

    Descending Colon

    Sigmoid Colon

    Rectum and Anal Canal (see Section 5–9: Pelvis and Perineum—Rectum and Anal Canal)

    Clinical Points

    Hiatus Hernia

    Congenital Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis

    Intestinal Volvulus

    Memory Aids

    4.5 Viscera (Accessory Organs)

    Guide

    Liver

    Surfaces

    Ligaments

    Recesses

    Lobes

    Porta Hepatis

    Vascular Supply (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Gallbladder

    Vascular Supply (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Pancreas

    Vascular Supply (see Section 4.6, Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Spleen

    Vascular Supply (Section 4–6: Abdomen—Visceral Vasculature)

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Anatomical Points

    Clinical Points

    Gallstones (Cholelithiasis)

    Splenic Rupture

    Subphrenic Abscess

    Memory Aids

    4.6 Visceral Vasculature

    Guide

    Arterial Supply

    Unpaired Branches of Abdominal Aorta (see Section 4.2, Body Wall)

    Celiac Trunk.

    Superior Mesenteric Artery (SMA).

    Inferior Mesenteric Artery (IMA).

    Median Sacral Artery.

    Arterial Supply: Paired Branches of the Abdominal Aorta

    Inferior Phrenic Arteries.

    Middle Suprarenal Arteries.

    Renal Arteries.

    Gonadal Arteries.

    Lumbar Arteries.

    Common Iliac Arteries.

    Venous Drainage (see Section 4.2. Body Wall)

    Lymphatic Drainage (see Section 4.2, Abdomen—Body Wall and Section; Section 4.4, Abdomen—Viscera

    Clinical Points

    Portal Hypertension

    Budd-Chiari Syndrome

    Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

    4.7 Innervation

    Guide

    Autonomic Nerves

    Parasympathetic Nerves

    Sympathetic Nerves

    Aortic Plexuses

    Referred Pain

    Somatic Nerves

    Thoracoabdominal Nerves

    Subcostal Nerves

    Lumbar Plexus

    Anatomical Points

    Autonomic Innervation of the Abdominal Viscera

    4.8 Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands

    Guide

    Kidneys

    Vascular Supply

    Innervation (see Section 4.7, Abdomen—Innervation)

    Ureters

    Vascular Supply

    Innervation

    Suprarenal (Adrenal) Glands

    Vascular Supply

    Innervation

    Anatomical Points

    Vascular Supply to the Kidney

    Clinical Points

    Nephrolithiasis (Kidney Stones)

    Renal Cysts

    5 Pelvis and Perineum Study Guide

    5.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Functions of the Pelvic Girdle

    Key Landmarks

    Clinical Points

    Pregnancy

    Acute Urinary Retention

    Supracristal Line

    Pilonidal Sinus

    5.2 Bones and Ligaments

    Guide

    Bones and Boundaries of the Pelvis

    Bony Pelvis

    Pelvic Walls

    Pelvic Cavity

    Pelvic Inlet, Outlet, and Brim

    Joints of the Pelvis

    Lumbosacral Joints

    Sacro-iliac Joint

    Pubic Symphysis

    Sacrococcygeal Joint

    Ligaments of the Pelvis

    Sex Differences of Pelvis

    Anatomical Points

    Measurements of the Pelvic Inlet

    Clinical Points

    Fractures of the Pelvis

    Decubitus Ulcers

    5.3 Pelvic Floor and Contents

    Guide

    Pelvic Floor

    Muscles of Pelvic Floor

    Muscles Lining Lateral Walls of Pelvis

    Pelvic Fascia

    Pelvic Contents

    Clinical Points

    Peritoneal Reflections

    5.4 Urinary Bladder

    Guide

    Ureters

    Urinary Bladder

    General Structure

    Arterial Supply

    Venous Drainage

    Female Urethra

    Male Urethra

    Clinical Points

    Micturition

    Fractures of Pelvis and Bladder Injury

    Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)

    Urinary Stress Incontinence

    Memory Aids

    5.5 Uterus, Vagina, and Supporting Structures

    Guide

    Structures

    Uterus

    Basic Structure.

    Relationships of the Uterus.

    Vascular Supply of Uterus (Including Cervix).

    Innervation.

    Variations in Position of the Uterus.

    Vagina

    Basic Structure.

    Relationships of the Vagina.

    Blood Supply.

    Venous Drainage.

    Innervation.

    Ligaments Associated with the Uterus

    Broad Ligament.

    Ligament of the Ovary.

    Round Ligament of the Uterus.

    Suspensory Ligament of the Ovary.

    Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes

    Basic Anatomy.

    Blood Supply.

    Lymphatics.

    Innervation.

    Ovaries

    Basic Structure.

    Arterial Supply.

    Venous Drainage.

    Lymphatics.

    Innervation.

    Clinical Points

    Cervical Cancer

    Fibroids

    5.6 Perineum and External Genitalia: Female

    Guide

    Perineum

    General Organization (Same as Male)

    Contents of the Anal Triangle (Same as Male)

    Contents of Urogenital Triangle

    Central Perineal Tendon (Perineal Body) (Same as Male)

    Perineal Membrane

    Fascia and Spaces of the Urogenital Triangle

    Female External Genitalia

    Anatomical Features

    Vascular Supply and Innervation

    Arterial Supply.

    Venous Drainage.

    Lymphatic Drainage.

    Innervation.

    Clinical Points

    Bartholin Cyst

    Carcinoma of the Vulva

    Childbirth and the Perineal Body

    5.7 Perineum and External Genitalia: Male

    Guide

    Perineum

    General Organization (Same as Female)

    Contents of Anal Triangle (Same as Female)

    Contents of Urogenital Triangle

    Central Perineal Tendon (Perineal Body) (Same as Female)

    Perineal Membrane

    Fascia and Spaces of Urogenital Triangle

    Male External Genitalia

    Scrotum

    Penis

    Innervation.

    Arterial Supply.

    Venous Drainage.

    Clinical Points

    Memory Aids

    5.8 Testis, Epididymis, and Ductus Deferens

    Guide

    Testes

    Epididymis

    Ductus (Vas) Deferens

    Seminal Vesicles

    Ejaculatory Ducts

    Prostate Gland

    Anatomical Points

    Semen Contents

    Mechanism of Ejaculation

    Clinical Points

    Hydrocele

    Vasectomy

    Testicular Cancer

    Memory Aids

    5.9 Rectum and Anal Canal

    Guide

    Rectum

    Gross Structure

    Relations

    Blood Supply

    Arterial.

    Venous.

    Lymphatic Drainage.

    Innervation

    Anal Canal

    Gross Structure

    Anorectal Musculature

    Ischiorectal (Ischio-anal) Fossae.

    Anatomical Points

    Mechanism of Defecation (Emptying of Bowel)

    Clinical Points

    Anal Hemorrhoids (Varicosities)

    Ischiorectal and Peri-Anal Abscesses

    Rectal Prolapse

    Digital Rectal Examination

    5.10 Vasculature

    Guide

    Pelvic Vasculature

    Arterial Supply to the Pelvis

    Branches of Internal Iliac Artery and Structures Supplied.

    Venous Drainage of the Pelvis

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Pelvis

    Perineal Vasculature

    Arterial Supply of the Perineum

    Venous Drainage of the Perineum

    Lymphatic Drainage of the Perineum

    Clinical Points

    Varicocele

    5.11 Innervation

    Guide

    Sacral Plexus (Somatic Contribution)

    Autonomic Nerves

    Sympathetic Innervation

    Parasympathetic Innervation

    Inferior Hypogastric (Pelvic) Plexus

    General Structure

    Contents

    Clinical Points

    Pudendal Nerve Block

    Memory Aids

    6 Upper Limb Study Guide

    6.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Bones

    Muscles and Tendons

    Arteries and Veins

    Nerves

    Anatomical Points

    Functional Overview

    Upper Limb Development

    Clinical Points

    Winged Scapula

    6.2 Shoulder and Axilla

    Guide

    Bones

    Joints

    Bursae (Important Ones)

    Muscles of the Scapula

    Axilla

    Clinical Points

    Fracture of the Clavicle

    Calcific Supraspinatus Tendonitis

    Shoulder Dislocation

    Rotator Cuff Injury

    Memory Aids

    6.3 Arm

    Guide

    Humerus

    Fascia of the Arm

    Muscles of the Arm

    Cutaneous Nerves of Arm

    Cubital Fossa

    Clinical Points

    Fracture of the Humerus

    Biceps Tendonitis

    Rupture of the Biceps Brachii Muscle

    Memory Aids

    6.4 Elbow and Forearm

    Guide

    Bones

    Ulna

    Radius

    Elbow Joint

    Fascial Compartments of Forearm

    Muscles of the Forearm (Listed from Lateral to Medial)

    Clinical Points

    Subluxation of Radial Head (Nursemaid Elbow)

    Bursitis of the Elbow

    Epicondylitis

    Memory Aids

    6.5 Wrist and Hand

    Guide

    Radiocarpal (Wrist) Joint

    Hand

    Bones (27).

    Major Joints of the Hand

    Fascia of the Hand

    Muscles of the Hand

    Anatomical Points

    Arterial Arches of the Hand

    Anatomical Snuff Box

    Clinical Points

    Colles’ Fracture

    Scaphoid Bone Fracture

    Dupuytren’s Contracture

    Memory Aids

    6.6 Neurovasculature

    Guide

    Vascular Supply to the Upper Limb

    Arterial Supply to the Arm

    Axillary Artery.

    Brachial Artery.

    Profunda Brachii (Deep Artery of the Arm).

    Arterial Supply to the Forearm

    Ulnar Artery.

    Radial Artery.

    Arterial Supply to the Hand

    Branches from the Ulnar Artery.

    Venous Drainage of Hand and Forearm

    Venous Drainage of Arm

    Superficial Veins (Drain into Axillary Vein).

    Deep Veins

    Lymphatics

    Innervation to Upper Limb

    Brachial Plexus [C5–T1]

    Dermatomes and Cutaneous Innervation of the Upper Limb

    Clinical Points

    Brachial Plexus Injury

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Ulnar Nerve Injury

    Radial Nerve Injury

    Memory Aids

    7 Lower Limb Study Guide

    7.1 Topographic Anatomy

    Guide

    Bony Landmarks

    Muscles and Tendons

    Vessels

    Other Palpable Landmarks

    Anatomical Points

    Functional Overview of the Lower Limb

    Lower Limb Development

    Clinical Points

    Varicose Veins

    7.2 Hip and Thigh

    Guide

    Hip Joint

    Femur

    Fascial Compartments of the Thigh

    Muscles of the Gluteal Region

    Muscles of the Thigh

    Femoral Triangle

    Adductor Canal (= Subsartorial Canal/Hunter’s Canal)

    Anatomical Points

    Hip Joint

    Clinical Points

    Femoral Hernia

    Fractured Neck of Femur (“Broken Hip”)

    Memory Aids

    7.3 Knee

    Guide

    Knee Joint

    Bones Articulating in the Knee Joint

    Ligaments Reinforcing Fibrous Capsule

    Bursae Around the Knee Joint

    Popliteal Fossa

    Clinical Points

    Baker’s Cyst

    Bursitis

    Knee Injury

    Memory Aids

    7.4 Leg

    Guide

    Bones

    Fascial Compartments

    Joints

    Muscles

    Clinical Points

    Compartment Syndrome

    Shin Splints (Tibialis Anterior Muscle Strain)

    Ruptured Achilles Tendon

    Memory Aids

    7.5 Ankle and Foot

    Guide

    Ankle Joint (Talocrural Joint)

    Foot

    Bones

    Joints

    Arches

    Ligaments (Major Ligaments Listed)

    Plantar Muscles

    Dorsal Muscles of Foot

    Fascia

    Clinical Points

    Ankle Sprain

    Ankle Fracture

    Plantar Fasciitis

    Memory Aids

    7.6 Neurovasculature

    Guide

    Vascular Supply: Arteries

    Vascular Supply: Veins

    Lymphatics

    Nerves

    Dermatomes

    Myotomes

    Clinical Points

    Chronic Arterial Occlusive Disease

    Footdrop

    Meralgia Paresthetica (Gunslinger’s Neuralgia)

    Memory Aids

    References

    Plates 15, 43-45, 50-52

    Plates 26-28

    Plate 30

    Plates 31-36, 55, 56, 69, 75, 81

    Plate 34

    Plates 39, 41, 136-142

    Plate 50

    Plate 55

    Plate 58

    Plates 59, 69

    Plate 60

    Plate 66

    Plates 67, 73

    Plates 78, 106, 107

    Plates 85, 86

    Plates 91-93

    Plate 98

    Plates 112-125

    Plates 115, 151

    Plates 127-129, 135

    Plates 169, 184

    Plate 171

    Plates 171, 403

    Plates 171, 403, 472, 517

    Plate 177

    Plate 178

    Plates 183, 184

    Plates 188-190

    Plate 206, 207

    Plate 209

    Plate 222

    Plates 222, 223

    Plate 229

    Plates 229-231

    Plate 243

    Plate 286

    Plates 290, 291

    Plate 308

    Plates 324, 349, 366, 378, 396

    Plates 339, 345, 350, 353, 359, 360

    Plates 343, 349

    Plates 343, 349, 365, 366

    Plate 356

    Plate 385

    Plate 472

    Plate 494

    Plate 513


     

     

     

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    Featuring more than 800 high-quality, modern images, Lippincott® Atlas of Anatomy is a vibrantly colored regional atlas of human anatomy offering an unprecedented combination of visual aesthetic appeal and anatomical accuracy. A unique art style featuring bright colors, color coding of anatomical elements, judicious use of labeling, and no extraneous text make this book an ideal tool for students.

    Each plate teaches specific structures and relationships—displayed using artistic techniques such as 'ghosting,' layering, and color-coding—providing clear focus on important structures and resulting in easier and faster comprehension. This unique pedagogy, in combination with the beautiful art style, make this anatomy atlas the preferred choice for teaching and learning.


    This updated new edition enhances students’ understanding of anatomical structures and relationships with many new and modified illustrations, new muscle tables, and convenient online access to tables summarizing key information for multiple anatomical structures. Packaged with the atlas is an interactive eBook version with all of the images, including fully searchable legends and labels and 'zoom and compare' features, as well as online labeling exercises that reinforce students’ understanding of newly learned concepts and structures.      
     

    • More than 800 color illustrations—including 16 new and over 300 revised—reflect a variety of techniques to give students an unparalleled understanding of the most clinically relevant anatomical relationships. 
    • New muscle tables clarify attachments, innervation and more.
    • A systems overview with summary illustrations helps you confidently guide students from surface anatomy and superficial features to deeper structures that support regional dissection sequences.
    • More than 30 clinical images—including x-rays and CT scans—enhance students’ clinical readiness with radiographic views of anatomy.
    • An interactive eBook simplifies review with instant access to all images with fully searchable legends and labels, zoom and compare features, and anatomy tables covering muscles, topographic anatomy, bones, joints, arteries, veins, lymphatics, nerves, fascia, and clinical terms for each chapter.
    • Online 'test yourself’ labeling exercises on selected plates allow students to test themselves on newly learned concepts and structures.