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Clemente’s Anatomy Dissector (3rd Edition)

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book-author

Carmine D. Clemente

publisher

Lippincott Williams – Wilkins; 3rd edition

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PDF

pages

464 pages

language

English

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B008PGMTDC

isbn10

1608313840

isbn13

9781608313846


Book Description

Clemente’s Anatomy Dissector 3rd Edition (PDF); is a comprehensive manual of anatomical dissection; organized into 38 chapters covering discrete; smallareas  of the human body. Each chapter is designed to stand alone; so that teachers and instructors can easily adapt the material to their preferred dissection sequence.

The PDF ebook provides more detailed and in-depth explanations for each dissection than any other laboratory manual; enabling medical students to self-teach. It correlates surface anatomy to anatomical structures revealed in the dissections; which is important for clinical correlation. Every page is cross-referenced to the newest editions of Grant’s; Clemente’s; Netter’s and Rohen’s anatomy atlases.

book-author

Carmine D. Clemente

publisher

Lippincott Williams – Wilkins; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

464 pages

language

English

asin

B008PGMTDC

isbn10

1608313840

isbn13

9781608313846

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Clemente’s Anatomy Dissector, Third Edition……Page 1
Half Title Page……Page 3
Title Page……Page 5
Copyright……Page 6
Preface to the Second and Third Edition……Page 7
How to Use This Book……Page 9
Contents……Page 11
III. The Anatomic Position……Page 17
V. Surface Anatomy of the Anterior Thorax, Shoulder, Axilla, and Upper Limb……Page 18
II. Reflection of Skin……Page 24
III. Mammary Gland (Atlas Plates 3–5)……Page 25
IV. Reflection of the Superficial Fascia……Page 28
V. Pectoral Muscles and Other Structures……Page 29
I. Deep Pectoral Region……Page 32
II. Axilla……Page 33
I. Surface Anatomy; Skin Incisions; Cutaneous Nerves……Page 39
II. Cut Scapular Attachments of Trapezius and Deltoid Muscles; the Supraspinous and Infraspinous Fossae……Page 40
III. Lateral Border of Scapula; Triangular and Quadrangular Spaces; Axillary Nerve and Deltoid Region……Page 43
IV. Anastomoses Around the Scapula……Page 45
V. Posterior (Extensor) Compartment of the Arm……Page 46
I. Surface Anatomy; Skin Incisions; Superficial Veins and Nerves……Page 50
II. Anterior Compartment of the Arm: Muscles, Vessels, and Nerves……Page 53
IV. Anterior Forearm Muscles, Vessels, and Nerves (Atlas Plates 70–72, 76–78, Figure 5-3B)……Page 56
V. Tendons, Vessels, and Nerves on the Anterior Wrist……Page 60
I. Surface Anatomy; Skin Incisions; the Palmar Aponeurosis and Digital Vessels and Nerves……Page 62
II. Ulnar Artery and Nerve; Fascial Spaces of the Hand……Page 65
III. Flexor Retinaculum; Flexor Tendons and Synovial and Fibrous Sheaths; Dissection of Middle Finger……Page 66
IV. Thenar Muscles; Movements of the Thumb; Dissection of the Distal Thumb; the Hypothenar Muscles……Page 69
V. Adductor Pollicis Muscle; Deep Palmar Arch; Deep Branch of the Ulnar Nerve; Interosseous Muscles……Page 70
II. Surface Anatomy; Removal of Skin; Superficial Veins and Nerves……Page 72
III. Muscles of the Extensor Compartment of the Forearm……Page 74
IV. Extensor Retinaculum; Extensor Synovial Sheaths; Structures Across the Dorsum of the Wrist……Page 77
V. Arteries and Nerves on Dorsum of Hand; Dorsal Interosseous Muscles (Figures 7-8 and 7-9)……Page 79
I. Joints of the Shoulder Region……Page 81
II. Joints at the Elbow Region……Page 84
III. The Middle and Distal Radioulnar Joints……Page 87
IV. Joints at the Wrist……Page 88
V. Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joints……Page 90
I. Surface Anatomy; Thoracic Vertebrae, Ribs, and Respiratory Movements; Projections of Heart and Lungs onto the Thoracic Wall……Page 92
II. Anterior Thoracic Wall: Muscles, Vessels, and Nerves……Page 98
III. Removal of the Anterior Thoracic Wall……Page 100
IV. Pleura and Thoracic Viscera in Place; Removal of the Lungs……Page 101
I. Pleural Reflections……Page 104
II. Lungs……Page 105
III. Mediastinum and Its Subdivisions; Anterior Mediastinum……Page 109
IV. Middle Mediastinum and Pericardium……Page 110
II. Surface Anatomy of the Heart……Page 113
III. Arteries and Veins of the Heart (Figures 11-3 and 11-4)……Page 115
IV. Chambers of the Heart……Page 117
V. Conducting System of the Heart (Figure 11-13 and Atlas Plates 188, 189)……Page 122
I. Posterior Mediastinum……Page 125
II. Sympathetic Trunks and Splanchnic Nerves (Figure 12-2)……Page 128
IV. Superior Mediastinum (Figure 12-3, Atlas Plates 174, 175, 202–204)……Page 129
I. Surface Anatomy of the Anterior Abdominal Wall……Page 134
II. Skin Incisions; Superficial Fascia; Cutaneous Vessels and Nerves……Page 135
III. Flat Muscles and Nerves of the Anterior Abdominal Wall……Page 138
IV. Rectus Abdominis Muscle and Sheath; Epigastric Anastomosis……Page 140
V. Inguinal Region……Page 142
VI. Scrotum; Spermatic Cord; Testis (Atlas Plates 236–240)……Page 144
VII. Female Inguinal Canal, Round Ligament of the Uterus, and the Labia Majora (Atlas Plates 232, 233)……Page 145
I. Exposure of Abdominal Cavity; Inner Surface of Abdominal Wall; Falciform and Round Ligaments……Page 147
II. Peritoneum and Abdominal Viscera In Situ……Page 149
III. Peritoneal Cavity; Greater and Lesser Peritoneal Sacs (Figure 14-5, Atlas Plate 249)……Page 153
I. Embryologic Events Related to the Development of the Gastrointestinal Tract……Page 156
II. Dissection of the Stomach, Liver and Gall Bladder, Duodenum and Pancreas, and Spleen……Page 159
I. Superior and Inferior Mesenteric Vessels……Page 168
II. Jejunum and Ileum……Page 172
III. Large Intestine……Page 173
I. Gonadal Vessels, Kidneys, Ureters, and Suprarenal Glands……Page 177
II. Muscles of the Posterior Abdominal Wall and the Lumbar Plexus (Figure 17-6)……Page 181
III. The Diaphragm from the Abdominal Aspect (Figures 17-8 and 17-9)……Page 185
IV. Abdominal Aorta; Inferior Vena Cava; Lumbar Sympathetic Chain……Page 186
I. General Features Found in Both the Male and Female Pelvis……Page 189
MALE CADAVERS……Page 192
FEMALE CADAVERS……Page 193
II. Male Pelvic Organs: Urinary Bladder and Ureters; Seminal Vesicles and Ductus Deferens; Prostate Gland and Prostatic Urethra; Rectum (Figures 18-6, 18-7, and 18-8)……Page 195
III. Female Pelvic Organs: Urinary Bladder, Ureters, and Urethra; Ovaries and Uterine Tubes; Uterus and Vagina; Rectum……Page 198
IV. Lateral Pelvic Wall and Floor: Vessels, Nerves, and Muscles……Page 201
BOTH MALE AND FEMALE CADAVERS……Page 208
II. Anal Triangle and Region……Page 210
FEMALE CADAVERS……Page 212
MALE CADAVERS……Page 213
FEMALE CADAVERS……Page 219
I. Surface Anatomy; Skin Incisions; Cutaneous Innervation……Page 225
II. Gluteal Region……Page 228
III. Posterior Compartment of the Thigh (Figures 20-6 and 20-8)……Page 232
IV. Popliteal Fossa (Figure 20-11)……Page 236
I. Surface Anatomy; Superficial Vessels and Nerves……Page 239
II. Femoral Triangle; Femoral Vessels and Their Branches; Adductor Canal; Femoral Nerve……Page 242
III. Quadriceps Femoris Muscle and Its Motor Nerves……Page 244
IV. The Medial (Adductor) Region of the Thigh (Figure 21-6)……Page 246
Objectives……Page 250
I. Surface Anatomy; Superficial Vessels and Nerves; Anterior Leg, Ankle, and Dorsum of the Foot (Figures 22-2 and 22-3)……Page 252
II. Anterior Compartment of the Leg (Figures 22-5 and 22-6)……Page 255
IV. Ankle Region and Dorsum of the Foot……Page 259
I. Surface Anatomy……Page 264
III. Posterior Compartment: Muscles, Vessels, and Nerves……Page 265
IV. Plantar Aspect of the Foot……Page 269
I. Sacroiliac Joint (Atlas Plates 327, 329)……Page 276
II. Symphysis Pubis……Page 279
III. Hip Joint……Page 280
IV. Knee Joint (Atlas Plates 484–495)……Page 284
V. Tibiofibular Joints (Atlas Plate 496 #496.1)……Page 287
VI. Ankle Joint (Talocrural Joint)……Page 288
VII. Joints Within the Foot……Page 291
I. Posterior Primary Rami; Trapezius and Latissimus Dorsi; Rhomboids and Levator Scapulae……Page 296
II. Intermediate Muscles of the Back (Figure 25-6)……Page 302
III. Deep Muscles of the Back (Atlas Plates 376, 377, 378)……Page 303
IV. Vertebral Canal and Spinal Cord……Page 306
I. Posterior Skull and First Two Cervical Vertebrae……Page 313
II. Dorsal Rami of the Cervical Nerves (Atlas Plate 382)……Page 314
IV. Vertebral Artery……Page 316
I. Bony Landmarks and Surface Anatomy of the Face and Forehead……Page 319
II. Skin Incisions; Reflections of Skin Flaps (Figure 27-1)……Page 320
III. External Muscles of the Mouth (Figure 27-2)……Page 321
IV. External Nose (Atlas Plate 613)……Page 322
V. Anterior Orbital Region……Page 323
VI. Superficial Vessels and Nerves of the Face (Figures 27-5 and 27-6)
……Page 324
VII. Superficial Structures on the Lateral Face……Page 328
I. Veins of the Temporal and Retromandibular Regions……Page 332
II. Masseter and Temporalis Muscles (Atlas Plates 551, 552)……Page 334
III. Infratemporal Fossa and Its Contents……Page 335
IV. Temporomandibular Joint (Atlas Plates 557, 558)……Page 341
I. Boundaries of the Posterior Triangle; Skin Incisions……Page 344
II. Superficial Vessels and Nerves (Figures 29-3 and 29-4)……Page 346
V. Subclavian Vessels……Page 348
VI. Cervical Part of the Brachial Plexus……Page 350
I. Surface Landmarks and Triangles of the Neck……Page 353
II. Superficial Anterior Cervical Structures……Page 355
III. Infrahyoid Strap Muscles; the Ansa Cervicalis……Page 357
IV. Thyroid Gland; Superior and Inferior Thyroid Arteries; Recurrent Laryngeal Nerves; Parathyroid Glands……Page 359
V. Structures Within or Adjacent to the Carotid Triangle……Page 361
VI. Suprahyoid Region (Atlas Plates 545, 546, 623)……Page 364
VII. Deep Structures at the Root of the Neck (Figure 30-10)……Page 365
I. Scalp (Atlas Plate 574 #574.2)……Page 369
II. Removal of Skull Cap and Wedge of Occipital Bone……Page 372
III. Meninges; Removal of the Brain……Page 373
IV. Base of Skull: Bony Markings; Foramina (Figure 31-7)……Page 376
V. Arterial Blood Supply to the Brain……Page 378
I. The Bony Orbit (Atlas Plates 567, 595)……Page 382
II. The Orbit from Above (Atlas Plates 601–604)……Page 383
III. The Orbit from the Anterior Approach (Atlas Plates 594, 597–600)……Page 389
I. Basilar Part of the Occipital Bone; the Atlas and Axis……Page 396
II. Median and Lateral Atlantoaxial Joints; Atlantooccipital Joints……Page 397
IV. The Prevertebral Region……Page 400
I. Structure and Relationships of the Pharynx; Vagus and Glossopharyngeal Nerves (Atlas Plate 644)……Page 402
II. Pharyngeal Constrictor Muscles (Figures 34-1 and 34-2)……Page 404
III. Interior of the Pharynx (Figure 34-3)……Page 406
I. Bisection of the Head (Atlas Plate 613 #613.2)……Page 410
II. Nasal Septum……Page 411
III. Roof and Floor of the Nasal Cavity……Page 412
IV. Lateral Wall of the Nasal Cavity……Page 413
V. Pterygopalatine Ganglion; Greater and Lesser Palatine Nerves and Vessels (Atlas Plates 616 #616.1 and #616.2)……Page 415
VI. Paranasal Sinuses……Page 416
I. Nasopharynx……Page 419
III. Internal Structure of the Oropharynx……Page 420
IV. Hard Palate Dissected from Its Oral Surface……Page 422
V. Oral Cavity and Tongue……Page 423
I. The Skeleton of the Larynx (Atlas Plates 653, 654)……Page 431
II. Surface Anatomy of the Anterior Larynx……Page 432
III. The Posterior Larynx; the Laryngopharynx; the Lateral Laryngeal Muscles (Atlas Plate 650)……Page 434
IV. The Interior of the Larynx (Atlas Plate 655)……Page 437
I. The External Ear……Page 441
II. The Lateral (Mastoid) Approach to the Facial Nerve; Semicircular Canals; Tympanic Cavity (Figures 38-4–38-6 and 38-8)……Page 443
III. The Superior (Cranial Cavity) Approach to the Middle Ear……Page 446
Index……Page 449

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