Human Anatomy, Color Atlas and Textbook, 6e by John A. Gosling MD MB ChB FRCS, Philip F. Harris MD MB

By John A. Gosling MD MB ChB FRCS, Philip F. Harris MD MB ChB MSc, John R. Humpherson MB ChB, Ian Whitmore MD MB BS LRCP MRCS, Peter L. T. Willan MB ChB FRCS

The re-creation of this famous hybrid anatomy middle textual content and atlas fantastically depicts and describes the human physique, so that you can identify anatomical constructions with self assurance and feature a transparent realizing of the center anatomy you need.  Now absolutely revised and up-to-date, it is the only textbook and atlas of gross anatomy that illustrates all buildings utilizing high-quality dissection photographs AND clearly labelled line drawings for every picture. this is often mixed with concise but thorough textual content to help and clarify all key human anatomy and obviously relate it to scientific practice. The whole, downloadable booklet (via scholar Consult), stronger with interactive self-assessment fabric, completes this magnificent, accomplished resource.

It may be quite correct to medical and dental students, in addition to applicants getting ready for higher surgical specialties and radiology. it is going to even be a useful, available consultant for college kids in different professions the place anatomy is a vital section of the direction.

  • High caliber, richly colored dissection photographs convey buildings probably to be visible and demonstrated within the lab – is helping you know and interpret gross specimens accurately
  • Interpretive line drawings subsequent to each photograph, with constant colour-coding – helps you sincerely determine buildings and differentiate fats, muscle, ligament, and so forth.
  • 'Clinical abilities' pages and new highlighting of the main clinically appropriate text is helping readers fast know how to use wisdom of gross anatomy to the scientific setting
  • New photographs mirror the most recent imaging options as noticeable in present perform
  • This publication comes with the complete, downloadable eBook through STUDENT CONSULT – greater with new interactive self-assessment fabric to ascertain realizing and relief examination preparation
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    Inferiorly, the thoracic wall is limited by the costal margin, which is formed by the costal cartilages of the lower ribs. The costal margin extends upwards and medially as far as the lower end of the sternum and forms the upper boundary of the abdominal wall. The inferior portion of the Left common carotid Left subclavian Arch of aorta Left pulmonary Descending thoracic aorta Pulmonary trunk Diaphragm Heart S R L I Fig. 3 The heart and great arteries. Right internal jugular Right subclavian Right brachiocephalic Superior vena cava Right pulmonary Left internal jugular Left subclavian Left brachiocephalic Left pulmonary Inferior vena cava S R L I Fig.

    24 Mediastinal surface of the right lung. Pulmonary ligament (cut) pass through the hilum, and on the left, the main bronchus lies posteroinferior to the pulmonary artery. However, on the right, the main bronchus frequently divides into two branches, the upper and lower lobe bronchi, before reaching the lung, and each bronchus is accompanied by a branch of the pulmonary artery. The hila of both lungs often contain lymph nodes, which are recognizable by their acquired dark coloration (Fig. 27). Impression of aortic arch Oblique fissure Left main bronchus Left pulmonary veins Pulmonary ligament (cut) Diaphragmatic surface Fig.

    Mediastinum Mediastinum The central part of the thorax between the two pleural cavities contains a group of structures collectively termed the mediastinum. These include the heart and great vessels, the trachea and the oesophagus. The mediastinum extends from the superior thoracic aperture above to the diaphragm below and from the sternum in front to the thoracic vertebral bodies behind (Fig. 28). By convention, the mediastinum is divided into superior and inferior parts by an imaginary horizontal plane passing through the manubriosternal joint and the lower part of the fourth thoracic vertebra.

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