Neck and Internal Organs (Thieme Atlas of Anatomy, Volume 2) by Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher, Markus Voll,

By Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher, Markus Voll, Karl Wesker

Author note: Consulting Editors (Lawrence M. Ross, Edward D. Lamperti), and Markus Voll (Illustrator), Karl Wesker (Illustrator)

The Thieme Atlas of Anatomy integrates anatomy and scientific strategies geared up intuitively, with self-contained publications to precise issues on each two-page unfold hundreds of thousands of medical functions built-in into the anatomical descriptions, emphasizing the very important hyperlink among anatomical constitution and serve as. environment a brand new normal for the examine of anatomy, the Thieme Atlas of Anatomy is greater than a suite of anatomical illustrations, it really is an integral source for somebody who works with the human body.

Schematic drawings of muscle tissue express origins and insertions as vector strands that experience the influence of delineating assorted components of muscular tissues and their capabilities. Lymphatics are emphasised in all areas and the assurance is excellent.-- American organization of Anatomists News

• An cutting edge, hassle-free layout within which each one two-page unfold provides a self-contained consultant to a selected topic
• 950 unique, full-color illustrations current anatomical details layer-by-layer, relocating from areas, to organs, to blood vessels, the lymphatic method, and independent innervation with remarkable clarity
• 1000's of scientific purposes emphasize the very important hyperlink among anatomical constitution and function
• Expertly rendered cross-sections, x-rays, and CT and MRI scans vividly display medical anatomy
• essentially classified pictures support the reader simply establish each one structure
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Note: These recesses have an important role in food transport. The airway and foodway intersect in this region, and the piriform recesses channel food past the larynx and into the esophagus. The epiglottis seals off the laryngeal inlet during swallowing (see p. 37). b Midsagittal section viewed from the left side. The cavity of the larynx can be divided into three levels or spaces to aid in describing the precise location of a laryngeal lesion (see C). C Levels of the larynx and their boundaries Posterior view.

The apex articulates with the tiny corniculate cartilage, which is composed of elastic fibrocartilage. 4 3. Cervical Viscera Larynx: Internal Features and Neurovascular Structures Epiglottis Epiglottic cartilage Quadrangular membrane Thyroid cartilage Glands Rima vestibuli Vestibular fold Cut edges Vocal fold Laryngeal saccule Laryngeal ventricle Vestibular ligament Rima glottidis Vocal ligament Conus elasticus a Lingual tonsil Epiglottis Hyoid bone Piriform recess Hyoepiglottic ligament Aryepiglottic fold Thyrohyoid ligament Vocalis Thyroarytenoid muscle B Vestibular folds and vocal folds The vestibular folds (“false vocal cords”) are clearly displayed in this coronal section.

Note: The loose connective tissue of the laryngeal inlet may become markedly swollen in response to an insect bite or inflammatory process, obstructing the rima vestibuli. This laryngeal edema (often incorrectly called “glottic edema”) presents clinically with dyspnea and a risk of asphyxiation. Cuneiform tubercle Vestibular fold Corniculate tubercle Vocal fold ������������ ����� Cricoid cartilage Median cricothyroid ligament Cricoid cartilage Esophagus Tracheal cartilage Membranous wall of trachea ������������ ����� ���������� ����� b A Cavity of the larynx: mucosal surface anatomy and division into levels a Posterior view.

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