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Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors (14th Edition)

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book-author

Harold Ellis, Vishy Mahadevan

publisher

Wiley-Blackwell; 14th edition

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PDF

pages

488 pages

language

English

asin

B07GZNJQ1F

isbn10

1119325536

isbn13

9781119325536


Book Description

Now in its 14th edition; Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors (PDF) is the definitive textbook offering postgraduate trainees ; medical students; and junior doctors the anatomical information they need to succeed in a clinical setting.

Professor Harold Ellis and Professor Vishy Mahadevan provide an accessible; comprehensive; and detailed exploration of anatomy; specifically designed for trainees and students at all levels. Revised and updated; the Clinical Anatomy; fourteenth edition contains more information about the nervous system as well as medical images; diagrams and photographs that are overlaid with anatomical illustrations; revealing detailed surface anatomy. This 14th edition:

  • Presents expanded information on the nervous system
  • Offers a variety of illustrative clinical scenario case studies
  • Contains many more medical images and diagrams such as CT and MRI
  • Puts greater emphasis on clinical relevance and contains more content for non-surgical trainees
  • Includes a companion website that contains digital flashcards of all the illustrations and photographs presented in the ebook

Written for junior doctors; medical students; and those studying for The Royal College of Surgeons examinations; the new 14th edition of Clinical Anatomy continues to be an essential resource for understanding the basics of clinical anatomy.

book-author

Harold Ellis, Vishy Mahadevan

publisher

Wiley-Blackwell; 14th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

488 pages

language

English

asin

B07GZNJQ1F

isbn10

1119325536

isbn13

9781119325536

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
Preface to the Fourteenth Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgements to the Fourteenth Edition
Acknowledgements to the First Edition
About the Companion Website
Part 1 The Thorax
Introduction
Surface anatomy and surface markings
The trachea (Figs 1, 2)
The pleura (Figs 2, 3)
The lungs (Figs 2, 3)
The heart (Fig. 4)
The thoracic cage
The thoracic vertebrae
The ribs
The costal cartilages
The sternum
The intercostal spaces
The diaphragm
The pleurae
The lower respiratory tract
The trachea (Figs 14, 15)
The bronchi (Fig. 15)
The lungs (Figs 18, 19)
The mediastinum
The pericardium
The heart (Fig. 24)
The superior mediastinum
The thymus (Fig. 17)
The oesophagus
The thoracic duct (Figs 37, 213)
The thoracic sympathetic trunk (Fig. 38a,b)
On the examination of a chest radiograph
Radiographic appearance of the heart
Part 2 The Abdomen and Pelvis
Surface anatomy and surface markings
Vertebral levels (Fig. 40a)
Surface markings of individual viscera (Fig. 40b)
The fasciae and muscles of the abdominal wall
Fasciae of the abdominal wall
The muscles of the anterior abdominal wall
The anatomy of abdominal incisions
The inguinal canal (Fig. 43)
Peritoneal cavity
Intraperitoneal fossae
The subphrenic spaces (Fig. 48)
The gastrointestinal tract
The stomach
The duodenum
Small intestine
Large intestine
The appendix
The rectum
Arterial supply of the intestine
The portal system of veins
Lymphatic drainage of the intestine (Fig. 66)
The structure of the alimentary canal
The development of the intestine and its congenital abnormalities (Fig. 67)
The gastrointestinal adnexae: liver, gall bladder and its ducts, pancreas and spleen
The liver (Fig. 69)
The biliary system (Fig. 73)
The gall bladder (Fig. 73)
The pancreas (Figs 55, 56)
The spleen
The urinary tract
The kidneys
The ureter
The embryology and congenital abnormalities of the kidney and ureter (Fig. 83)
The bladder (Figs 60, 61, 85)
The urethra
The male genital organs
The prostate (Fig. 85)
The scrotum
Testis and epididymis (Figs 87, 88)
Vas deferens (ductus deferens) (Fig. 85)
The seminal vesicles
The bony and ligamentous pelvis
The os innominatum (Fig. 90)
The sacrum (Fig. 91)
The coccyx
The functions of the pelvis
Joints and ligamentous connections of the pelvis
Differences between the male and female pelvis (Fig. 92)
Obstetrical pelvic measurements (Fig. 93)
Variations of the pelvic shape (Fig. 94)
Sacral (caudal) anaesthesia
The muscles of the pelvic floor and perineum
The anterior (urogenital) perineum (Figs 96, 97)
The posterior (anal) perineum (Figs 97, 98)
The female genital organs
The vulva
The vagina (Fig. 99)
The uterus (Figs 99, 100)
The fallopian tubes (Fig. 104)
The ovary (Fig. 104)
The endopelvic fascia and the pelvic ligaments (Fig. 105)
Vaginal examination
Embryology of the fallopian tubes, uterus and vagina (Fig. 106)
The posterior abdominal wall
The suprarenal glands (Fig. 79)
Abdominal aorta (Fig. 108)
Inferior vena cava (Fig. 108)
Lumbar sympathetic chain
Computed axial tomography
Part 3 The Upper Limb
Surface anatomy and surface markings of the upper limb
Bones and joints (see Figs 117, 119, 120, 122)
Muscles and tendons
Vessels
Nerves
The bones and joints of the upper limb
The scapula (Fig. 117)
The clavicle (Fig. 117)
The humerus (Fig. 119)
The radius and ulna (Fig. 120)
The bones of the hand (Fig. 122)
The shoulder joint (Figs 125, 126)
The elbow joint (Figs 129, 130)
The wrist joint (Fig. 132)
The joints of the hand (Fig. 132)
Three important zones of the upper limb: the axilla, the cubital fossa and the carpal tunnel
The axilla
The cubital fossa
The carpal tunnel
The arteries of the upper limb
The axillary artery
The brachial artery
The radial artery
The ulnar artery
The brachial plexus
The segmental cutaneous supply of the upper limb (Fig. 137)
The course and distribution of the principal nerves of the upper limb
The axillary nerve
The radial nerve
The musculocutaneous nerve
The ulnar nerve
The median nerve
Compartments of the upper limb
Compartments in the segments of the upper limb
Compartment syndrome
The female breast
Structure
Blood supply
Lymphatic drainage
Development
The anatomy of upper limb deformities
The spaces of the hand
The superficial pulp space of the fingers (Fig. 144)
The ulnar and radial bursae and the synovial tendon sheaths of the fingers (Fig. 145)
Part 4 The Lower Limb
Surface anatomy and surface markings of the lower limb
Bones and joints
Bursae of the lower limb
Mensuration in the lower limb
Muscles and tendons
Vessels
Nerves
The bones and joints of the lower limb
The os innominatum
The femur (Figs 157, 158)
The patella
The tibia (Fig. 164)
The fibula (Fig. 164)
A note on growing ends and nutrient foramina in the long bones
The bones of the foot
The hip joint (Figs 165, 166)
The knee joint (Figs 168, 169)
The tibiofibular joints
The ankle joint (Fig. 170)
The joints of the foot
The arches of the foot (Fig. 171)
The anatomy of walking
Three important zones of the lower limb: the femoral triangle, adductor canal and popliteal fossa
The femoral triangle (Fig. 173)
The adductor canal (of Hunter) or subsartorial canal (Fig. 176)
The popliteal fossa (Fig. 177)
The arteries of the lower limb
Femoral artery
Popliteal artery
Posterior tibial artery
Anterior tibial artery
The veins of the lower limb
The course and distribution of the principal nerves of the lower limb
The lumbar plexus (Fig. 180)
The sacral plexus (Fig. 181)
The sciatic nerve
The tibial nerve (Fig. 177a,b)
The common peroneal (fibular) nerve
Segmental cutaneous supply of the lower limb (Fig. 184)
Compartments of the lower limb
Compartments in the segments of the lower limb
Compartment syndrome
Part 5 The Head and Neck
Surface anatomy of the neck
Introduction
The fascial compartments of the neck (Fig. 188)
Tissue planes and fascial layers in the anterior part of the neck
The thyroid gland
The parathyroid glands (Fig. 192)
The palate
The development of the face, lips and palate with special reference to their congenital deformities (Fig. 195)
The tongue and floor of the mouth
The tongue
The floor of the mouth
The pharynx
The nasopharynx
The oropharynx
The palatine tonsils
The laryngopharynx
The mechanism of deglutition
The larynx
The salivary glands
The parotid gland
The submandibular gland
The sublingual gland
The major arteries of the head and neck
The common carotid arteries
The external carotid artery
The internal carotid artery
The subclavian arteries (Fig. 213)
The veins of the head and neck
The cerebral venous system
The intracranial dural venous sinuses (Fig. 214)
The internal jugular vein
The subclavian vein
The lymph nodes of the neck
The cervical sympathetic trunk
The branchial system and its derivatives
Branchial cyst and fistula
Surface anatomy and surface markings of the head
The scalp
The skull (Figs 222, 223, 224)
Floor of the cranial cavity (Fig. 223b)
Development
The paranasal sinuses (accessory nasal sinuses)
The frontal sinuses
The maxillary sinus (antrum of Highmore) (Fig. 226)
The ethmoid sinuses
The sphenoidal sinuses
The mandible (Fig. 227)
The temporomandibular joint
The teeth
The vertebral column
The cervical vertebrae (n = 7)
The thoracic vertebrae (n = 12)
The lumbar vertebrae (n = 5)
The sacrum (comprising 5 fused vertebrae)
The coccyx (comprising 3, 4 or 5 fused vertebrae)
The intervertebral joints
Chapter 6 The Nervous System
Introduction
The brain
The brainstem
The cerebellum
The diencephalon
The pituitary gland (hypophysis cerebri)
The cerebral hemispheres
The membranes of the brain and spinal cord (the meninges)
The ventricular system and the cerebrospinal fluid circulation
The spinal cord
Age differences
The membranes of the cord (the meninges) (Fig. 248)
The cranial nerves
The olfactory nerve (I)
The optic nerve (II) and the visual pathway
The oculomotor nerve (III)
The trochlear nerve (IV)
The trigeminal nerve (V) (Figs 253, 254)
The abducent nerve (VI)
The facial nerve (VII)
The auditory (vestibulocochlear) nerve (VIII)
The glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) (Fig. 210)
The vagus nerve (X)
The accessory nerve (XI) (Figs 210, 234b)
The hypoglossal nerve (XII)
The special senses
The nose
The ear
The eye and associated structures
The autonomic nervous system
The sympathetic system
The sympathetic trunk
The parasympathetic system
Glossary of eponyms
Index
EULA

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