Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas (Color Atlas of Anatomy a Photographic Study of the Human Body)
- Authentic photographic replica of colours, buildings, and spatial dimensions as obvious within the dissection lab and at the working desk assist you boost an realizing of the anatomy of the human body.
- Functional connections among unmarried organs, the encompassing tissue, and organ platforms are clarified to organize you for the dissection lab and functional exams.
- Clinical situations and over 1,200 pictures improve your understanding.
- Dissections illustrate the topographical anatomy in layers "from the skin in" to higher organize you for the lab and working room.
Mandible 31 psychological protuberance 30 Sutures 32 Frontal suture 33 Coronal suture 34 Frontonasal suture 35 Internasal suture 36 Nasomaxillary suture 37 Zygomaticomaxillary suture 38 Intermaxillary suture Anterior element of the cranium. The cranium contains a mosaic of diverse advanced bones that shape the cranial hollow space preserving the mind (neurocranium) and a number of other cavities resembling the nasal and oral cavities within the facial zone. The neurocranium contains huge bony plates that boost.
Facial (n. VII), vestibulocochlear (n. VIII), glossopharyngeal (n. IX), vagus (n. X), accent (n. XI), and hypoglossal (n. XII) nerves. The cranial hollow space has been opened and the cerebellum got rid of. 1 2 three four five 6 7 eight nine 10 Falx cerebri Occipital lobe directly sinus Cerebellar tentorium Transverse sinus Inferior colliculus of midbrain Rhomboid fossa Medulla oblongata Posterior stomach of digastric muscle inner carotid artery eleven 12 thirteen 14 15 sixteen 17 18 Pharynx (middle constrictor muscle) Hyoid.
Cervical plexus) 26 Facial artery and vein 27 Temporal branches of facial nerve 28 Submandibular gland 29 Mandible 30 Mylohyoideus muscle and nerve 31 Anterior abdominal of digastric muscle 32 Omohyoid muscle 33 larger petrosal nerve 34 Geniculate ganglion 35 Chorda tympani 36 Posterior auricular nerve 37 Stylomastoid foramen 38 Sternocleidomastoid muscle and retromandibular vein 33 34 35 b 36 37 c d 35 major branches of facial nerve (lateral aspect). a = temporal branches; b = zygomatic.
Nerve 14 Submandibular duct, sublingual gland, and anterior abdominal of digastric muscle 15 Mylohyoid muscle sixteen Mylohyoid muscle and anterior stomach of left digastric muscle 17 Hyoglossus muscle and lingual artery 18 Lingual nerve 19 Hypoglossal nerve 20 Geniohyoid muscle 21 Anterior stomach of correct digastric muscle 22 Submandibular gland and duct 112897_S_145_155_Kap_2_5:_ 06.11.2014 9:15 Uhr Seite one hundred fifty five Oral hollow space: Salivary Glands 1 2 three four five 6 7 eight nine 10 eleven 12 thirteen 14 15 sixteen 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24.
Intercondylar notch Diaphysis eight 7 6 five Ossification of the femur (left: coronal part, correct: posterior element of the femur). Arrows: distal epiphysis. ▲ X-ray of the higher and reduce limb of a child baby (left: top limb, correct: reduce limb). Arrows: ossification facilities. 1 2 three four five Scapula Shoulder joint Humerus Elbow joint Ulna 6 7 eight nine 10 Radius Tibia Fibula Knee joint Femur 1 2 three four five Ulna Radius Metacarpal bones Phalanges Tibia 6 7 eight nine 10 Fibula Talus Calcaneus Metatarsal bones.