High-Yield Gross Anatomy / Edition 3

High-Yield Gross Anatomy / Edition 3

by Thomas M Louis
     
 

ISBN-10: 0781770157

ISBN-13: 9780781770156

Pub. Date: 01/01/2007

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

High-Yield™ Gross Anatomy, Third Edition provides the essential information needed for USMLE Step 1 review and course study. It is written from a clinical perspective to prepare students for clinical vignettes on the USMLE and thoroughly illustrated with drawings and radiographic images.

This edition includes more radiology and cross-sectional

Overview

High-Yield™ Gross Anatomy, Third Edition provides the essential information needed for USMLE Step 1 review and course study. It is written from a clinical perspective to prepare students for clinical vignettes on the USMLE and thoroughly illustrated with drawings and radiographic images.

This edition includes more radiology and cross-sectional anatomy and features extensive clinical applications, many enhanced with illustrations and photos. New chapters include the lymphatic system, the autonomic nervous system, and the eye.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780781770156
Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date:
01/01/2007
Series:
High-Yield Series
Edition description:
Third Edition
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents


Preface     v
Vertebral Column     1
The Vertebral Column     1
Curves     1
Joints     1
Vasculature of the Vertebral Column     3
Clinical Considerations     4
Radiology     7
Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves     13
Components of the Spinal Cord     13
Meninges and Spaces     15
Arterial Supply of the Spinal Cord     15
Components of a Spinal Nerve     16
Dermatomes     18
Clinical Procedures     19
Major Tracts of the Spinal Cord     20
Clinical Considerations     21
Radiology     23
Autonomic Nervous System     25
General Features of the Nervous System     25
Sympathetic Division of the ANS (Thoracolumbar)     25
Parasympathetic Division of the ANS (Craniosacral)     27
Lymphatic System     35
Central Lymphatic Drainage     35
Head and Neck     36
Thorax     37
Upper Limb     39
Abdominal Viscera     39
Pelvic Viscera     40
Chest Wall     45
General Features ofthe Thorax     45
Bones of the Thorax     45
Muscles of the Thorax     46
Nerves of the Thorax     46
Arteries of the Thorax     46
Veins of the Thorax     47
Breast     49
Anterior Chest Wall     53
Lateral Chest Wall     56
Posterior Chest Wall     57
Mediastinum     57
Radiology     59
Pleura, Tracheobronchial Tree, and Lungs     62
Pleura     62
Tracheobronchial Tree     64
Lungs     66
Clinical Considerations     68
Cross-sectional Anatomy     72
Heart     82
The Pericardium     82
Heart Surfaces     83
Heart Borders     83
Fibrous Skeleton of the Heart     84
Valves and Auscultation Sites     84
Vasculature of the Heart     85
The Conduction System     86
Innervation of the Heart     87
Gross Anatomy of the Heart     88
Clinical Considerations     89
Radiology     94
Abdominal Wall     98
Abdominal Regions      98
Muscles     98
Arterial Supply     98
Venous Drainage     99
Nerves     99
Clinical Procedure     100
Inguinal Region     100
The Scrotum     103
Peritoneal Cavity     105
Peritoneal Cavity     105
Omentum     105
Intraperitoneal and Retroperitoneal Viscera     106
Clinical Considerations     106
Abdominal Vasculature     108
Abdominal Aorta     108
Venous Drainage of Abdomen     110
Hepatic Portal System     110
Abdominal Viscera     112
Esophagus     112
Stomach     115
Duodenum     116
Jejunum, Ileum, and Large Intestine     119
Innervation of the Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract     122
Gallbladder, Extrahepatic Biliary Ducts, and Bile     123
Liver     126
Pancreas     127
Cross-Sectional Anatomy     131
Radiology     131
Sigmoid Colon, Rectum, and Anal Canal     136
Sigmoid Colon     136
Rectum     137
Anal Canal     139
Defecation Reflex     139
Radiology     139
Spleen     142
General Features     142
Functions     142
Arterial Supply     142
Venous Drainage     142
Clinical Considerations     142
Radiology     144
Kidney     146
General Features     146
Kidney Surface Projections     146
Kidney Relationships to Neighboring Structures     146
Internal Macroscopic Anatomy     147
Vasculature of the Kidney     148
Innervation of the Kidney     150
Clinical Considerations     151
Ureter     152
Urinary Bladder     157
Urethra     163
Radiology     163
Suprarenal(Adrenal) Glands     172
General Features     172
Adrenal Cortex     172
Adrenal Medulla     174
Female Reproductive System     178
Ovaries     178
Uterine Tubes     179
Uterus     179
Cervix     181
Ectocervix     182
Vagina     182
External Genitalia      184
Male Reproductive System     188
Testes     188
Epididymis     190
Ductus Deferens     190
Contents of the Spermatic Cord     191
Ejaculatory Duct     191
Urethra     191
Seminal Vesicles     192
Bulbourethral (BU) Glands of Cowper     192
Prostate Gland     192
External Genitalia     193
Erection, Secretion, Emission, and Ejaculation     194
Pelvis     201
Bones of the Pelvis     201
Greater and Lesser Sciatic Foramina     201
Pelvic Inlet     202
Pelvic Outlet     202
Comparison of the Female and Male Pelvis     202
Muscles of the Pelvis     205
Arterial Supply     205
Venous Drainage     206
Nerves     207
Support of the Pelvic Organs     209
Clinical Considerations     209
Radiology     211
Perineum     212
Perineum     212
Urogenital (UG) Triangle     212
Anal Triangle     212
Upper Limb     215
Bones     215
Muscles      215
Arterial Supply     216
Venous Drainage     221
Cutaneous Nerves of the Upper Limb     221
Brachial Plexus     222
Nerve Lesions     225
Shoulder Region     228
Elbow Region     231
Wrist and Hand Region     233
Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Right Arm and Right Forearm     236
Lower Limb     239
Bones     239
Muscles     239
Arterial Supply     240
Venous Drainage     244
Cutaneous Nerves of the Lower Limb     244
Lumbosacral Plexus     245
Nerve Lesions     248
Hip and Gluteal Region     250
Knee Region     252
Ankle and Foot Region     254
Cross-Sectional Anatomy of Right Thigh and Right Leg     257
Head and Neck     260
Skull     260
Scalp     265
Meninges     265
Muscles of the Head and Neck     266
Arterial Supply     267
Venous Drainage     271
Clinical Consideration     273
Cervical Plexus     273
Cranial Nerves      273
Cervical Triangles of the Neck     273
Larynx     279
Thyroid Gland     281
Parathyroid Gland     281
Parotid Gland     282
Eye     283
Bony Orbit     283
Eyelids and Lacrimal Apparatus     284
The Globe or Eyeball     286
Extraocular Musculature     288
Nerves of the Orbit     290
Vasculature of the Orbit     291
Reflexes     292
Clinical Considerations     293
Ear     299
General Features     299
External Ear     299
Middle Ear     299
Inner Ear     300
Clinical Considerations     301
Credits     305
Index     312

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