A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology by Kent M. Van De Graaff, John L. Crawley, David A. Morton

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 convinced classes, it may function the laboratory guide.

Great care has long past into the practise of this photographic atlas to supply scholars with a whole set of photos for every of the human physique structures. Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection also are integrated for these scholars who've the chance to do comparable dissections as a part of their laboratory requirement. additionally, photos of a sheep middle dissection also are incorporated.

A visible stability is accomplished among some of the degrees on hand to monitor the constitution of the physique. thoroughly categorised, informative figures are depicted essentially and correctly. The phrases utilized in this atlas are those who are authorized and suggested by way of the Basle Nomina Anatomica (BNA).

Some of the alterations for this new version contain a brand new paintings software, new vertebrate dissection photographs (new specimens have been dissected to procure larger caliber photos of the muscular and organ systems), and a brand new complete web page middle valve/cardiac cycle determine. 3-hole drilled.

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Proximal phalanx of pollex (thumb) 14. Sesamoid bone 15. First metacarpal bone 16. Trapezoid bone 17. Trapezium bone 18. Scaphoid bone 19. Capitate bone 20. Lunate bone 21. Styloid process of radius 22. 14 A photograph (a) and a radiograph (b) showing polydactyly, having extra digits. Polydactyly is a common congenital deformity of the hand, although it also occurs in the foot. Notice that the carpal bones are still cartilaginous in a newborn and do not show up on a radiograph. 16 A posterior view of the articulated pelvic girdle showing the two coxal bones, the sacrum, and the two femora.

Notice the distal epiphyseal plates of the ulna and the radius. 8 A posterior view of the right ulna and radius. Olecranon 2. Radial notch of ulna 3. 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.

Frontal bone 8. Area of coronal suture 3 1 fetal skull. 9. Anterolateral fontanel 10. Nasal bone 11. Sphenoid bone 12. Zygomatic bone 13. Maxilla 14. Mandible 15. Zygomatic process 16. 6 A superior view of the fetal skull. 1. Parietal bone 4. Anterior fontanel 2. Synostosis 3. 7 A posterior view of the fetal skull. 1. Parietal bone 4. Area of sagittal suture 2. Posterior fontanel 5. Area of lambdoidal suture 3. 8 An anterior view of the skull. Supraorbital foramen 3. 9 A lateral view of the skull.

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