A Brief Atlas of the Human Skeleton, Surface Anatomy and Selected Medical Images / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470141137
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/3/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 80
  • Sales rank: 651,725
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 10.87 (h) x 0.16 (d)

Table of Contents

Part One: Bones of the Skeleton.

1.1. Complete Skeleton.

1.2. Skull – anterior view.

1.3. Skull – right lateral view.

1.4. Skull – medial view of sagittal section.

1.5. Skull – posterior view.

1.6. Skull – superior view.

1.7. Skull – inferior view.

1.8. Floor of the cranium – superior view.

1.9. Sphe noid bone – superior view.

1.10. Sphenoid bone – anterior view.

1.11. Sphenoid bone – posterior view.

1.12. Ethnoid bone – medial view of sagittal section.

1.13. Ethmoid bone – superior view.

1.14. Ethmoid bone – right lateral view.

1.15. Ethmoid bone – anterior view.

1.16. Right Orbit – anterior view.

1.17. Fetal Skull.

1.18. Hyoid bone.

1.19. Auditory ossicles.

1.20. Vertebral column – right lateral view.

1.21. Typical thoracic vertebra.

1.22. Cervical vertebrae.

1.23. Lumbar vertebrae.

1.24. Sacrum and coccyx.

1.25. Skeleton of thorax – anterior view.

1.26. Articulation of thoracic vertebrae with rib.

1.27. Scapula.

1.28. Right humerus.

1.29. Right ulna and radius.

1.30. Right hand and wrist.

1.31. Right hip bone.

1.32. Male and female pelvis.

1.33. Right femur.

1.34. Right tibia and fibula.

1.35. Right ankle and foot.

Part Two: Surface Anatomy.

2.1. Principal regions of the cranium and face.

2.2. Surface anatomy of the head.

2.3. Surface anatomy of the right eye.

2.4. Surface anatomy of the right ear.

2.5. Surface anatomy of the nose and lips.

2.6. Surface anatomy of the neck.

2.7. Surface anatomy of the back.

2.8. Surface anatomy of the chest.

2.9. Surface anatomy of the abdomen and pelvis.

2.10. Surface anatomy of the shoulder.

2.11. Surface anatomy of the arm and elbow.

2.12. Surface anatomy of the forearm and wrist.

2.13. Surface anatomy of the hand.

2.14. Surface anatomy of the buttock.

2.15. Surface anatomy of the thigh and knee.

2.16. Surface anatomy of the leg, ankle, and foot.

Part Three: Medical Images.

3.1. Thermogram of the male body in anterior view. Different colors represent different temperatures: white (hottest) to red, yellow, green, light blue, dark blue, purple, black (coolest).

3.2. Radionuclide scan of entire skeleton in anterior view. Areas of intense color represent high tissue activity.

3.3. MRI of female in frontal section (the head is in sagittal section.

3.4. Radiograph of skull and some cervical vertebrae in lateral view.

3.5. Radiograph of lumbar vertebrae in anterior view with their associated intervertebral discs.

3.6. MRI of knee joint in sagittal section.

3.7. CT scan of knee in sagittal section.

3.8. Endoscopic view of the inside of the knee showing an articular disc.

3.9. MRI of the brain and upper spinal cord in midsagittal section.

3.10. Cerebral angiogram of the internal carotid artery and some of its major branches. The radiograph of the skull provides orientation.

3.11. MRI of brain in transverse section.

3.12. PET scan of the brain in transverse section.

3.13. CT scan of brain in frontal section.

3.14. Mylogram of the spinal cord in anterior view.

3.15. Light micrograph of spinal cord in transverse section.

3.16. MRI of the brain and pituitary gland in sagittal section.

3.17. Radionuclide scan of the thyroid gland in anterior view.

3.18. Radiograph of the heart in anterior view.

3.19. MRI scan of the heart in frontal section.

3.20. Angiogram of coronary blood vessels.

3.21. SPECT scan of the myocardium in transverse section.

3.22. PET scan of the heart.

3.23. X-Ray of normal lungs.

3.24. Bronchogram of the bronchial tree.

3.25. Radionuclide scan of lungs in anterior view.

3.26. Radiograph of the stomach and duodenum in anterior view following barium swallow.

3.27. Radiograph of the large intestine in anterior view.

3.28. Endoscopic view of the lining of the esophagus.

3.29. Endoscopic view of the lining of the stomach.

3.30. Endoscopic view of the lining of the colon.

3.31. Radiograph of the urinary system in anterior view.

3.32. MRI of the kidneys in frontal section.

3.33. CT scan of the abdomen in transverse section and showing the kidneys in inferior view.

3.34. MRI of male pelvis in frontal section.

3.35. Laparoscopy of female abdominopelvic cavity.

3.36. Mammogram in lateral view.

3.37. Sonogram of the uterus and urinary bladder.

3.38. Ultrasound image if six-month fetus.

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