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ALBINUS ON ANATOMY

With 80 Original Albinus Plates


By Robert Beverly Hale, Terence Coyle

Dover Publications, Inc.

Copyright © 1979 Watson-Guptill Publications
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-0-486-31886-8



CHAPTER 1

THE BONES AND MUSCLES OF THE BODY


THE SKELETON, FRONT VIEW

1. Frontal bone

2. Superciliary eminence

3. Orbit

4. Nasal bone

5. Superior maxillary (Maxilla, upper jaw)

6. Inferior maxillary (Mandible, lower jaw)

7. Clavicle

8. Acromion process of scapula

9. Coracoid process of scapula

10. Scapula

11. Sternum

12. Humerus

13. Radius

14. Ulna

15. Carpals

16. Metacarpals

17. Phalanges

18. High point of pelvis

19. Iliac tubercle (Wide point)

20. Parietal bone

21. Temporal bone

22. Zygomatic (Malar, cheek bone)

23. Mastoid process of temporal bone

24. Ramus of mandible

25. Cervical vertebrae

26. First rib

27. Fifth rib

28. Thoracic (dorsal) vertebrae

29. Line where rib meets cartilage

30. Tenth rib

31. Lumbar vertebrae

32. Iliac crest

33. Anterior superior iliac spine (Front point)

34. Ilium of pelvis

35. Sacrum

36. Pubis

37. Great trochanter of femur

38. Ischium

39. Lesser trochanter of femur

40. Shaft (body) of femur

41. Patella

42. Outer epicondyle of femur

43. Tibia (Shin bone)

44. Fibula

45. Outer (lateral) malleolus of fibula (Outer ankle)

46. Tarsals

47. Metatarsals

48. Phalanges

49. Calcaneus (Heel bone)


THE SKELETON, BACK VIEW

1. Occipital bone

2. Atlas (First cervical vertebra)

3. Axis (Second cervical vertebra)

4. First rib

5. Clavicle (Collar bone)

6. Acromion process of scapula

7. Humerus

8. Radius

9. Ulna

10. Styloid process of ulna

11. Carpals

12. Metacarpals

13. Phalanges

14. Olecranon of ulna (Elbow)

15. Fifth rib

16. Line of angle of ribs

17. Tip of tenth rib

18. Lumbar vertebrae

19. High point of pelvis

20. Ilium of pelvis

21. Sacrum

22. Great trochanter of femur

23. Coccyx

24. Ischium

25. Lesser trochanter of femur

26. Parietal bone

27. Vertebra prominens (Seventh cervical vertebra)

28. Scapula

29. Dorsal (thoracic) vertebrae

30. Shaft (body) of femur

31. Outer epicondyle of femur

32. Outer condyle of femur

33. Tibia

34. Fibula

35. Outer malleolus of fibula

36. Tarsals

37. Metatarsals

38. Phalanges

39. Inner epicondyle of femur

40. Inner condyle of femur

41. Inner malleolus of tibia

42. Calcaneus (Heel bone)


THE SKELETON, SIDE VIEW

1. Frontal bone

2. Zygomatic (Malar, cheek bone)

3. Superior maxillary (Maxilla, upper jaw)

4. Inferior maxillary (Mandible, lower jaw)

5. Clavicle

6. Spine of scapula

7. Humerus

8. Olecranon of ulna (Elbow)

9. Ulna

10. Radius

11. Carpals

12. Metacarpals

13. Phalanges

14. Fifth rib

15. Line where rib meets cartilage

16. Tip of tenth rib

17. Lumbar vertebrae

18. High point of pelvis

19. Iliac tubercle of pelvis (Wide point)

20. Anterior superior iliac spine (Front point)

21. Ilium of pelvis

22. Anterior inferior iliac spine (Secondary point)

23. Pubis

24. Great trochanter of femur

25. Ischium

26. Shaft (body) of femur

27. Patella (Kneecap)

28. Inner epicondyle of femur

29. Tibia

30. Fibula

31. Parietal bone

32. Occipital bone

33. Atlas (First cervical vertebra)

34. Axis (Second cervical vertebra)

35. Vertebra prominens (Seventh cervical vertebra)

36. First rib

37. Scapula

38. Dorsal (thoracic) vertebrae

39. Inner (medial) epicondyle of humerus

40. Posterior superior iliac spine (Back point)

41. Posterior inferior iliac spine

42. Sacrum

43. Coccyx

44. Outer (lateral) epicondyle of femur

45. Calcaneus (Heel bone)

46. Phalanges

47. Metatarsals

48. Tarsals


THE OUTERMOST ORDER OF MUSCLES, FRONT VIEW

1. Frontalis

2. Nasalis (Compressor naris)

3. Orbicularis oris

4. Pectoralis major

5. Coracobrachialis

6. Biceps brachii, outer (long) head

7. Biceps brachii, inner (short) head

8. Triceps, middle (scapular or long) head

9. Triceps, outer (long humeral) head

10. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

11. Brachialis

12. Brachioradialis (Supinator longus)

13. Extensor carpi radialis longus

14. Flexor digitorum superficialis (middle layer)

15. Flexor pollicis longus

16. Abductor pollicis brevis

17. Pronator teres

18. Flexor carpi radialis

19. Palmaris longus

20. Flexor carpi ulnaris

21. Palmaris brevis

22. Orbicularis oculi (palpebrarum)

23. Zygomaticus major

24. Masseter

25. Sternocleidomastoid

26. Platysma

27. Trapezius

28. Deltoid, anterior (clavicular) portion

29. Deltoid, middle (acromionial) portion

30. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

31. Extensor digitorium

32. Abductor pollicis longus

33. Extensor pollicis brevis

34. Abductor of index (First dorsal interossei)

35. Latissimus dorsi

36. Serratus anterior

37. External oblique (Obliquus externus)

38. Rectus abdominus

39. Linea alba

40. Umbilicus (Navel)

41. Anterior superior iliac spine (Front point)

42. Inguinal (Poupart's) ligament (Line of groin)

43. Gluteus medius

44. Pyramidalis

45. Iliacus

46. Psoas

47. Tensor fasciae latae

48. Pectineus

49. Sartorius

50. Adductor longus

51. Gracilis

52. Adductor magnus

53. Rectus femoris

54. Vastus externus (lateralis)

55. Vastus internus (medialis)

56. Patella

57. Head of fibula

58. Anterior tuberosity (Kneeling point)

59. Peroneus longus

60. Soleus

61. Gastrocnemius

62. Tibialis anterior

63. Extensor digitorum longus

64. Anterior annular ligament

65. Semitendinosus tendon

66. Sartorius tendon

67. Abductor hallucis

68. Extensor hallucis longus


THE OUTERMOST ORDER OF MUSCLES, BACK VIEW

1. Occipitalis

2. Sternocleidomastoid

3. Deltoid, posterior (scapular) portion

4. Deltoid, middle (acromionial) portion

5. Triceps, middle (scapular or long) head

6. Triceps, outer (long humeral) head

7. Brachialis

8. Brachioradialis (Supinator longus)

9. Extensor carpi radialis longus

10. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

11. Extensor digitorum

12. Extensor digiti minimi

13. Extensor carpi ulnaris

14. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

15. Palmaris longus

16. Anconeus

17. Flexor digitorum profundus (deep layer)

18. Flexor carpi ulnaris

19. Flexor digitorum superficialis (middle layer)

20. External oblique

21. Iliac crest

22. Gluteus medius

23. Gluteus maximus

24. Tensor fasciae latae

25. Adductor magnus

26. Vastus externus (lateralis)

27. Biceps femoris, long head

28. Biceps femoris, short head

29. Popliteal space

30. Plantaris

31. Head of fibula

32. Gastrocnemius, outer head

33. Gastrocnemius, inner head

34. Soleus

35. Peroneus longus

36. Peroneus brevis

37. Flexor hallucis longus

38. Superior extensor retinaculum (annular ligament)

39. Abductor digiti minimi

40. Frontalis

41. Orbicularis oculi (palpebrarum)

42. Splenius capitis

43. Trapezius

44. Infraspinatus

45. Teres minor

46. Teres major

47. Rhomboid major

48. Latissimus dorsi

49. Abductor pollicis longus

50. Extensor pollicis brevis

51. Gracilis

52. Semimembranosus

53. Semitendinosus

54. Sartorius

55. Vastus internus (medialis)

56. Achilles tendon

57. Calcaneus (Heel bone)

58. Tibialis posterior


THE OUTERMOST ORDER OF MUSCLES, SIDE VIEW

1. Frontalis

2. Auricularis

3. Temporalis

4. Orbicularis oculi (palpebrarum)

5. Platysma

6. Deltoid, middle (acromionial) portion

7. Deltoid, posterior (scapular) portion

8. Biceps brachii, outer (long) head

9. Brachialis

10. Brachioradialis (Supinator longus)

11. Flexor carpi radialis

12. Triceps, middle (scapular or long) head

13. Triceps, outer (long humeral) head

14. Olecranon of ulna (Elbow)

15. Extensor carpi radialis longus

16. Flexor carpi ulnaris

17. Extensor carpi ulnaris

18. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

19. Extensor digitoru m

20. Abductor pollicis longus

21. Extensor pollicis brevis

22. Pectoralis major

23. Serratus anterior

24. External oblique (Obliquus externus)

25. Rectus abdominus

26. Anterior superior iliac spine

27. Tensor fasciae latae

28. Adductor longus

29. Sartorius (left leg)

30. Rectus femoris

31. Sartorius (right leg)

32. Vastus internus (medialus)

33. Gracilis

34. Semimembranosus

35. Semitendinosus

36. Patella ligament

37. Gastrocnemius, inner head

38. Soleus

39. Plantaris tendon

40. Tibialis anterior

41. Flexor digitorum longus

42. Flexor hallucis longus

43. Achilles tendon

44. Occipitalis

45. Trapezius

46. Splenius capitis

47. Sternocleidomastoid

48. Splenius cervicis

49. Levator scapulae

50. Vertebra prominens (Seventh cervical vertebra)

51. Teres minor

52. Infraspinatus

53. Teres major

54. Latissimus dorsi

55. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

56. Biceps brachii, inner (short) head

57. Pronator teres

58. Palmaris longus

59. Flexor digitorum superficialis (middle layer)

60. Gluteus medius

61. Gluteus maximus

62. Biceps femoris, long head

63. Vastus externus

64. Biceps femoris, short head

65. Extensor digitorum longus

66. Gastrocnemius, outer head

67. Peroneus brevis

68. Peroneus tertius


THE SECOND ORDER OF MUSCLES, FRONT VIEW

1. Corrugator

2. Orbicularis oris

3. Depressor labii inferioris

4. Pectoralis minor

5. Subscapularis

6. Coracobrachialis

7. Teres major

8. Biceps brachii, outer (long) head

9. Biceps brachii, inner (short) head

10. Triceps, middle (scapular or long) head

11. Triceps, outer (long humeral) head

12. Brachialis

13. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

14. Extensor carpi radialis longus

15. Biceps tendon to radial tuberosity

16. Supinator brevis

17. Flexor digitorum superficialis (middle layer)

18. Opponens pollicis

19. Abductor pollicis brevis

20. Abductor digiti minimi

21. Flexor digiti minimi

22. Temporalis

23. Masseter

24. Buccinator

25. Sternocleidomastoid

26. Omohyoideus

27. Sternohyoideus

28. Levator scapulae

29. Clavicle

30. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

31. Abductor pollicis longus

32. Extensor pollicis brevis

33. Abductor of index (First dorsal interossei)

34. Serratus anterior

35. Tendinous intersection of rectus abdominus

36. Internal oblique

37. Anterior superior iliac spine (Front point)

38. Pyramidalis

39. Gluteus medius

40. Tensor fasciae latae

41. Iliacus

42. Psoas

43. Pectineus

44. Gracilis

45. Adductor longus

46. Adductor magnus

47. Vastus externus (lateralis)

48. Vastus intermedius (crureus)

49. Vastus internus (medialis)

50. Femur

51. Patella ligament

52. Head of fibula

53. Anterior tuberosity (Kneeling point)

54. Tibialis posterior

55. Peroneus longus

56. Soleus

57. Extensor digitorum longus

58. Gastrocnemius

59. Extensor hallucis longus

60. Flexor digitorum longus

61. Peroneus brevis

62. Peroneus tertius

63. Inner (medial) malleolus of tibia


THE SECOND ORDER OF MUSCLES, BACK VIEW

1. Semispinalis capitis

2. Splenius (capitis and cervicis)

3. Serratus posterior superior

4. Levator scapula

5. Triceps, middle (scapular or long) head

6. Biceps brachii, outer (long) head

7. Triceps, outer (long humeral) head

8. Brachialis

9. Extensor carpi radialis longus

10. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

11. Supinator brevis

12. Abductor pollicis longus

13. Extensor pollicis longus

14. Extensor indicis

15. Styloid process of ulna

16. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

17. Inner (medial) epicondyle of humerus

18. Olecranon of ulna (Elbow)

19. Anconeus

20. Flexor digitorum superficialis (middle layer)

21. Flexor digitorum profundus (deep layer)

22. Flexor carpi ulnaris

23. Spinalis dorsi

24. Serratus posterior inferior

25. Obliquus internus

26. Gluteus medius

27. Great trochanter of femur

28. Vastus lateralis

29. Adductor magnus

30. Biceps femoris, long head

31. Biceps femoris, short head

32. Semitendinosus

33. Semimembranosus

34. Plantaris

35. Popliteus

36. Soleus

37. Achilles tendon, cut off

38. Flexor digitorum brevis

39. Temporalis

40. Masseter

41. Mylohyoid

42. Rhomboideus minor

43. Rhomboideus major

44. Supraspinatus

45. Spine of scapula

46. Infraspinatus

47. Teres minor

48. Teres major

49. Longissimus dorsi

50. Serratus anterior

51. Iliocostalis dorsi (Accessorius)

52. Extensor pollicis brevis

53. Vastus medialis

54. Gracilis

55. Peroneus longus

56. Peroneus brevis

57. Flexor hallucis longus

58. Inner (medial) malleolus of tibia

59. Tibialis posterior tendon

60. Calcaneus (Heel bone)


THE THIRD ORDER OF MUSCLES, FRONT VIEW

1. Orbicularis oris

2. Mentalis

3. Clavicle

4. Greater tuberosity of humerus

5. Biceps brachii, inner (short) head, cut off

6. Coracobrachialis

7. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

8. Brachialis

9. Inner (medial) epicondyle of humerus

10. Extensor carpi radialis longus

11. Supinator brevis

12. Flexor digitorum profundus (deep layer)

13. Flexor pollicis longus

14. Annular ligament

15. Lumbricals

16. Opponens (adductor) digiti minimi

17. Depressor ali nasi

18. Splenius capitis

19. Buccinator

20. Thyrohyoid

21. Sternothyroid

22. Scalenus anterior

23. Scalenus medius

24. Subscapularis

25. Teres major

26. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

27. Flexor pollicis brevis

28. Adductor pollicis, transverse portion

29. Lineaalba

30. Aponeurosis of internal oblique

31. Transversus abdominus (Transversalis)

32. Gluteus minimus

33. Iliacus

34. Psoas

35. Adductor longus

36. Adductor brevis

37. Gracilis

38. Adductor magnus

39. Semimembranosus

40. Biceps, outer (long) head

41. Head of fibula

42. Peroneus longus

43. Tibialis posterior

44. Peroneus brevis

45. Flexor digitorum longus

46. Extensor digitorum brevis


THE THIRD ORDER OF MUSCLES, BACK VIEW

1. Semispinalis capitis (complexus)

2. Longissimus capitis

3. Scapula

4. Subscapularis

5. Teres major

6. Humerus

7. Coracobrachialis

8. Triceps, inner (short humeral) head

9. Brachialis

10. Outer (lateral) epicondyle of humerus

11. Extensor carpi radialis longus

12. Extensor carpi radialis brevis

13. Supinator brevis

14. Radius

15. Styloid process of ulna

16. Opponens (adductor) digiti minimi

17. Flexor digitorum profundus (deep layer)

18. Olecranon of ulna (Elbow)

19. Inner (medial) epicondyle of humerus

20. Common tendon of triceps, cut off

21. Transversus abdominus

22. Gluteus minimus

23. Adductor magnus

24. Semimembranosus

25. Gracilis


(Continues...)

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Table of Contents

Contents

Preface,
An Account of Albinus' Work,
On Drawing the Figure,
CHAPTER ONE: THE BONES AND MUSCLES OF THE BODY,
CHAPTER TWO: THE HEAD AND NECK,
CHAPTER THREE: THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN AND RIB CAGE,
CHAPTER FOUR: THE PELVIS AND THIGH,
CHAPTER FIVE: THE KNEE AND LOWER LEG,
CHAPTER SIX: THE FOOT,
CHAPTER SEVEN: THE SHOULDER GIRDLE,
CHAPTER EIGHT: THE ARM,
CHAPTER NINE: THE HAND,
Index,

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