Atlas d'anatomie humaine by Franck Netter

By Franck Netter

Depuis 25 ans, l'Atlas d'anatomie humaine Netter est l'atlas de référence internationale. Le succès de cet ouvrage réside dans l. a. qualité et l. a. beauté du travail du Dr Netter. D'une half, dans los angeles très grande qualité iconographique, scientifique et pédagogique des quelque 900 illustrations et, d'autre half, dans le choix des coupes anatomiques qui rendent compte du element de vue du clinicien. De plus, le choix des couleurs, l'utilisation de l. a. terminologie anatomique internationale, l'illustration par de nombreux clichés d'imagerie moderne (TDM et IRM) ainsi que des commentaires didactiques facilitent los angeles compréhension et los angeles mémorisation de l'anatomie humaine. L'ouvrage est divisé en huit sections, qui font chacune le journey complet d'une grande région anatomique. Cette 6e édition, entièrement révisée, s'enrichit d'une vingtaine de nouvelles planches d'anatomie et d'imagerie et plus de los angeles moitié des planches ont été révisées (légendes, dessins). À l. a. fin de chaque part, un tableau récapitulatif des muscle tissues donne pour chacun d'eux : le détail de son attache proximale et distale, son innervation, ses principales activities, sa vascularisation artérielle ainsi que son appartenance aux groupes musculaires. Outre les compléments en ligne français planches à légender, QCM avec réponses commentées ainsi que a hundred cas cliniques QCM cette nouvelle édition offre également l'accès à l'ensemble des compléments en ligne américains through le web site scholar seek advice tridimensionnels (3D), vidéos de dissections, planches de dissections commentées ainsi que fifty four planches supplémentaires. L'Atlas d'anatomie humaine Netter est l'ouvrage de référence imperative à tous les étudiants en médecine ; il les accompagnera durant toutes leurs études.

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V. Facial artery. W. Submaxillary gland. X. Digastric muscle. Y. Lymphatic body. Z. Hyoid bone. 1. Thyroid cartilage. 2. Superior thyroid artery. 3. Anterior jugular vein. 4. Hyoid half of omo-hyoid muscle. 5. Sterno-hyoid muscle. 6. Top of the sternum. 7. Clavicle. 8. Trapezius muscle. 9. Splenius capitis and colli muscle. 10. Occipital half of occipito-frontalis muscle. 11. Levator auris muscle. 12. Frontal half of occipito-frontalis muscle. 13. Orbicularis oculi muscle. 14. Zygomaticus major muscle.

Layer of the cervical fascia, which invests the sterno-mastoid and trapezius muscles. K. Lymphatic bodies lying between two layers of the cervical fascia. L. Descending superficial branches of the cervical plexus of nerves. M. External jugular vein seen under the fascia which invests the sterno-mastoid muscle. N. Platysma muscle cut on the body of sterno-mastoid muscle. O. Projection of the thyroid cartilage. P. Layer of the cervical fascia lying beneath the clavicular portion of the sterno-mastoid muscle.

Part of the subclavian vein seen above the clavicle. X. Scalenus muscle separating the subclavian artery from vein. Y. Clavicle. Z. Trapezius muscle. 1. Sternal origin of sterno-mastoid muscle of left side. 2. Clavicular origin of sterno-mastoid muscle of right side turned down. 3. Scalenus posticus muscle. 4. Splenius muscle. 5. Mastoid insertion of sterno-mastoid muscle. 6. Internal maxillary artery passing behind the neck of lower jaw-bone. 7. Parotid duct. 8. Genio-hyoid muscle. 9. Mylo-hyoid muscle, cut and turned aside.

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