By Kent M. Van De Graaff, John L. Crawley, David A. Morton
This full-color atlas is designed for all scholars taking separate or built-in classes in human anatomy and body structure. This atlas can accompany and increase any human anatomy, human body structure or mixed human anatomy and body structure textbook. it truly is designed to be of specific price to scholars in a laboratory scenario and will both accompany a laboratory guide or, in sure classes, it might probably function the laboratory handbook.
Great care has long past into the practise of this photographic atlas to supply scholars with an entire set of photos for every of the human physique structures. Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection also are incorporated for these scholars who've the chance to do comparable dissections as a part of their laboratory requirement. additionally, images of a sheep center dissection also are incorporated.
A visible stability is completed among a number of the degrees on hand to watch the constitution of the physique. thoroughly classified, informative figures are depicted basically and properly. The phrases utilized in this atlas are those who are licensed and advised by means of the Basle Nomina Anatomica (BNA).
Some of the adjustments for this new version comprise a brand new paintings application, new vertebrate dissection pictures (new specimens have been dissected to acquire higher caliber photos of the muscular and organ systems), and a brand new complete web page center valve/cardiac cycle determine. 3-hole drilled.
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Interosseous margin 4. Head of ulna 5. Styloid process of ulna 6. Head of radius 7. Neck of radius 8. Interosseous margin 9. 11 A radiograph showing a fracture of the distal portion of the left radius and medial displacement of the antebrachium. Radius 3. Site of fracture 4. Styloid process of radius 5. Carpal bones 6. 12 A posterior view of the right wrist and hand. 1. Distal phalanx of 9. Trapezoid bone third digit 10. Middle phalanx of 11. Triquetrum bone third digit 12. Scaphoid bone 3.
Medial malleolus 6. Intercondylar tubercles 7. Lateral condyle of tibia 8. Head of fibula 9. Neck of fibula 10. Body (shaft) of fibula 11. Interosseous border 12. 25 A radiograph showing fractures of the tibia and fibula. 26 An inferior view of the right foot. Proximal phalanx of first digit 3. Body of first metatarsal bone 5. Medial cuneiform 7. Lateral cuneiform 9. Navicular bone 10. Cuboid bone 11. Talus bone 12. Calcaneus bone 13. Tuberosity of calcaneus 14. Metatarsal bones (first–fifth) 16.
Frontal bone 3. Sutures 4. 1 Movements permitted at synovial joints. 2 Types of joints. 2 A symphysis is a type of cartilaginous joint. The symphysis pubis can be readily seen in this radiograph of the pelvic girdle. Note the head of the femur articulating with the acetabulum of the os coxae forming a ball-and-socket joint is a freely moveable synovial joint. Ilium 4. Pubis 3. Ball-and-socket joint 6. 3 An intervertebral joint between vertebral bodies is a type of cartilaginous joint. The intervertebral discs of intervertebral joints can be readily seen in a lateral MR image of the lower back.
A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory (7th Edition) by Kent M. Van De Graaff, John L. Crawley, David A. Morton