By Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll
Arrange for the dissection lab and working room with Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas, 8e. that includes extraordinary full-color photos of exact cadaver dissections with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic photographs, this confirmed textual content depicts anatomic buildings extra realistically than illustrations in conventional atlases. Chapters are equipped via quarter within the order of a standard dissection with every one bankruptcy proposing topographical anatomical buildings in a systemic manner.
Authentic photographic copy of colours, buildings, and spatial dimensions as noticeable within the dissection lab and at the working desk assist you improve an figuring out of the anatomy of the human body.
Functional connections among unmarried organs, the encompassing tissue, and organ structures are clarified to organize you for the dissection lab and functional exams.
Clinical circumstances and over 1,200 pictures increase your understanding.
Dissections illustrate the topographical anatomy in layers "from the surface in" to higher arrange you for the lab and working room.
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Extra resources for Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas (8th Edition) (Color Atlas of Anatomy a Photographic Study of the Human Body)
XII) Hypoglossal canal Tongue Accessory nerve (n. 2014 Base of the Skull Base of the skull (inferior aspect). 2014 8:50 Uhr Seite 33 Base of the Skull A = Pterygoid canal B = Foramen ovale C = Internal carotid artery within carotid canal and internal jugular vein within the venous part of jugular foramen D = Stylomastoid foramen (facial nerve) E = Jugular foramen (glossopharyngeal, vagus and accessory nerves) F = Hypoglossal canal (hypoglossal nerve) Base of the skull (from below). The individual bones are indicated by different colors.
Calvaria. Skull of the newborn (lateral aspect). Base of the skull of the newborn (internal aspect). 2014 8:50 Uhr Seite 36 Median Sections through the Skull Median section through the skull, right half (internal aspect). 2014 8:50 Uhr Seite 37 Median Sections through the Skull 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Facial part of the skull (viscerocranium), divided in two halves (lateral and medial aspect). Right inferior concha has been removed to show the maxillary hiatus. Left maxillary sinus opened. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Frontal sinus Frontal bone Crista galli Nasal bone Sphenoidal sinus Superior concha of ethmoidal Middle concha bone Frontal process of maxilla Ethmoidal bulla Uncinate process Maxillary hiatus Palatine bone Greater palatine foramen Alveolar process of maxilla Central incisor Zygomatic bone Ethmoidal bone Lacrimal bone Pterygopalatine fossa Maxillary sinus Lateral pterygoid plate Medial pterygoid plate Third molar tooth Pterygoid hamulus Two premolar teeth · Bones (indicated by colors) 1 Frontal bone (yellow) 2 Nasal bone (white) 3 Ethmoidal bone (dark green) 4 Lacrimal bone (yellow) 5 Inferior nasal concha (pink) 6 Palatine bone (white) 7 Maxilla (violet) 8 Mandible (white) 9 Parietal bone (light green) 10 Temporal bone (brown) 11 Sphenoidal bone (red) 12 Petrous part of temporal bone (brown) 13 Occipital bone (blue) 14 Ala of vomer (light brown) Median section through the skull.
The skull comprises a mosaic of numerous complicated bones that form the cranial cavity protecting the brain (neurocranium) and several cavities such as the nasal and oral cavities in the facial region. The neurocranium consists of large bony plates that develop directly from the surrounding sheets of connective tissue (desmocranium). The bones of the skull base are formed out of cartilaginous tissue (chondrocranium), which ossifies secondarily. The visceral skeleton, which in fish gives rise to the gills, has in higher vertebrates been transformed into the bones of the masticatory and auditory apparatus (maxilla, mandible, auditory ossicles, and hyoid bone).
Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas (8th Edition) (Color Atlas of Anatomy a Photographic Study of the Human Body) by Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll