By Richard Drake PhD FAAA, A. Wayne Vogl PhD FAAA, Adam W. M. Mitchell MB BS FRCS FRCR, Richard Tibbitts, Paul Richardson
Gray's Atlas of Anatomy, the spouse source to the preferred Gray's Anatomy for college students, presents a shiny, visible depiction of anatomical buildings. Newly up to date with a wealth of fabric to facilitate examine, this clinical textbook demonstrates the correlation of buildings with acceptable medical photos and floor anatomy - crucial for correct identity within the dissection lab and winning instruction for path assessments. Clinically targeted, regularly and obviously illustrated all through, and logically equipped, Gray's Atlas of Anatomy makes it more straightforward than ever to grasp the basic anatomy wisdom you need!
- Build in your latest anatomy knowledge with buildings provided from a superficial to deep orientation, representing a logical development during the body.
- Identify some of the anatomical buildings of the body and better comprehend their relationships to one another with the visible counsel of approximately 1,000 exquisitely illustrated anatomical figures.
- Visualize the medical correlation among anatomical buildings and floor landmarks with floor anatomy photos overlaid with anatomical drawings.
- Recognize anatomical constructions as they found in practice via greater than 270 medical photos - together with laparoscopic, radiologic, surgical, ophthalmoscopic, otoscopic, and different scientific perspectives - positioned adjoining to anatomic paintings for side-by-side comparison.
- Quickly entry and overview key information with extra scientific correlations, as well as new precis Tables on the finish of every bankruptcy that conceal appropriate muscle mass, nerves, and arteries.
- Gain a whole figuring out of cranial nerves through a brand-new Cranial Nerve Review part that gives a visible advisor of the nerves, a desk of reflexes, and an extra desk of nerve lesions.
- Access the whole contents, dissection movies, and self-assessment questions on-line at Student Consult.com.
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Sacrum and coccyx (lateral view) T2-weighted MR image in sagittal plane 31 2 BACK • Intervertebral foramina and discs Intervertebral disc Nucleus pulposus Superior articular process Anulus fibrosus Transverse process Vertebral body Spinous process Spinal cord Spinal nerve Posterior ramus Intervertebral disc Superior articular facet Anterior ramus Transverse costal facet Intervertebral disc Hyaline cartilage Anulus fibrosus Nucleus pulposus Intervertebral foramen Inferior costal facet Intervertebral disc Superior costotransverse ligament Superior costal facet Radiate ligament of costovertebral joint Lateral costotransverse ligament Sympathetic trunk and ganglia Vertebral body of LV Sacrum Intervertebral disc in lower lumbar region of vertebral column.
Radiograph, AP view Transverse process Tubercle of rib Spinous process Thoracic vertebra with rib articulations. CT image in axial plane Superior articular process Superior vertebral notch Body Costal facet Superior articular facet Transverse process Spinous process Body Vertebral foramen Pedicle Superior articular facet Inferior vertebral notch Transverse process Spinous process TXII vertebra (superior view) Inferior articular facet Inferior articular process TXII vertebra (lateral view) 27 2 BACK • Lumbar vertebrae Spinous process Vertebral body LI Vertebral body of LI LII Spinous process Intervertebral disc Transverse process LIII Intervertebral foramen LIV Zygapophysial joint Intervertebral disc Vertebral body of LV LV Lumbar vertebrae (lateral view) Lumbar region of vertebral column.
CT image in axial plane Posterior Anterior arch of CI (atlas) Dens of CII (axis) Posterior arch of CI (atlas) Spinous process of CII (axis) Vertebral body of CII (axis) Intervertebral disc space Cervical vertebrae CI–CIII. Radiograph, lateral view Anterior Vertebral body Anterior tubercle Foramen transversarium Posterior tubercle Vertebral foramen Spinous process Lamina Typical cervical vertebra. CT image in axial plane Posterior 25 2 BACK • Thoracic vertebrae TI Vertebral body of TI TII Zygapophysial joint TIII TIV Intervertebral foramen Intervertebral disc TV TVI Cerebrospinal fluid in subarachnoid space Intervertebral disc TVII TVIII Spinal cord Spinous process TIX Vertebral body of TIX (with compression fracture) TX TXI TXII Vertebral body of TXII Thoracic region of vertebral column.