Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple by Stephen Goldberg, Hugue Ouellette

By Stephen Goldberg, Hugue Ouellette

A systemic method of scientific anatomy with a excessive picture-to-text ratio. studying happens via conceptual diagrams, ridiculous institutions, and a powerful concentrate on medical relevance. first-class Board assessment. one hundred seventy five pgs. 303 illus. comprises CD atlas of ordinary radiographic anatomy (WIN/MAC).

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4·50. The popliteus muscle. i:e fit into any of the categories that were discussed ~. therefore is presented separately. It helps to flex -. ock") the knee. special category as they are quite strong (most people can lift several hundred pounds by ankle plantar flexion). Left POSTERIOR VIEW Figure 4-50 'Iuscles Of the Leg and Foot Muscles of the leg and foot are presented in the follow: g categories: 1. Leg muscles that plantar flex the ankle. 2. Leg muscles that primarily invert or evert the ankle I and also do some ankle flexion or extension).

4-15. Muscles that extend the spine. The plan of the extensor muscles is logical. Many kinds of connections cur: A) interspinous connections - mainly cause extension B) intertransverse connections - mainly cause lateral bending when acting unilaterally and extension when GC ing bilaterally. Cl and (D) are muscles that connect transverse and 5"pinous processes. These muscles rotate and extend. ---t-Splenius capitis Figure 4-15 Fig. 4-16. Variations in spinal column connections. Connections may occur between adjacent vertebrae or non-adjoining vertebrae (ac).

Connections may occur between adjacent vertebrae or non-adjoining vertebrae (ac). Note that muscle connection ab is relatively oblique and thus more likely o result in rotation of the spine than is connection ac. C

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