Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas (8th Edition) (Color Atlas of by Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll

By Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll

Arrange for the dissection lab and working room with Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas, 8e. that includes remarkable full-color pictures of exact cadaver dissections with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic pictures, this confirmed textual content depicts anatomic buildings extra realistically than illustrations in conventional atlases. Chapters are geared up via zone within the order of a regular dissection with each one bankruptcy featuring topographical anatomical constructions in a systemic manner.

Authentic photographic replica of colours, constructions, and spatial dimensions as visible within the dissection lab and at the working desk assist you advance an realizing of the anatomy of the human body.
Functional connections among unmarried organs, the encompassing tissue, and organ structures are clarified to organize you for the dissection lab and sensible exams.
Clinical instances and over 1,200 photographs increase your understanding.
Dissections illustrate the topographical anatomy in layers "from the skin in" to raised arrange you for the lab and working room.

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X), Accessory nerve (n. XI), Internal jugular vein, Posterior meningeal artery Jugular foramen Parapharyngeal region Hypoglossal nerve (n. XII) Hypoglossal canal Tongue Accessory nerve (n. 2014 Base of the Skull Base of the skull (inferior aspect). 2014 8:50 Uhr Seite 33 Base of the Skull A = Pterygoid canal B = Foramen ovale C = Internal carotid artery within carotid canal and internal jugular vein within the venous part of jugular foramen D = Stylomastoid foramen (facial nerve) E = Jugular foramen (glossopharyngeal, vagus and accessory nerves) F = Hypoglossal canal (hypoglossal nerve) Base of the skull (from below).

VIII), Artery and vein of the labyrinth Internal acoustic meatus, Stylomastoid foramen, Facial canal Inner ear, Face Glossopharyngeal nerve (n. IX), Vagus nerve (n. X), Accessory nerve (n. XI), Internal jugular vein, Posterior meningeal artery Jugular foramen Parapharyngeal region Hypoglossal nerve (n. XII) Hypoglossal canal Tongue Accessory nerve (n. 2014 Base of the Skull Base of the skull (inferior aspect). 2014 8:50 Uhr Seite 33 Base of the Skull A = Pterygoid canal B = Foramen ovale C = Internal carotid artery within carotid canal and internal jugular vein within the venous part of jugular foramen D = Stylomastoid foramen (facial nerve) E = Jugular foramen (glossopharyngeal, vagus and accessory nerves) F = Hypoglossal canal (hypoglossal nerve) Base of the skull (from below).

Anterior part to the left. 4 5 Right inferior nasal concha (lateral aspect). Anterior part to the right. Vomer (posterior aspect). 2014 8:51 Uhr Seite 49 Septum and Cartilages of the Nose 1 Crista galli 2 Cribriform plate of ethmoidal bone 3 Perpendicular plate of ethmoidal bone 4 Vomer 5 Ala of the vomer 6 Palatine bone (perpendicular process) 7 Palatine bone (horizontal plate) 8 Mandible 9 Nasal bone 10 Sphenoidal sinus 11 Hypophysial fossa (sella turcica) 12 Grooves for the middle meningeal artery Cartilages of the nose 13 Lateral nasal cartilage 14 Greater alar cartilage 15 Lesser alar cartilages 16 Septal cartilage 17 Location of nasal bone Paramedian sagittal section through the skull including the nasal septum.

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