Oxford Textbook of Functional Anatomy: Thorax and abdomen
This concise, authoritative text emphasizes functional and living anatomy and its imaging in medical practice, an approach which allows readers to progress through the fundamentals of anatomy with or without the use of dissection supplements. The central chapters provide 13 seminars requiring two to three hours of study, systematically treating thoracic, abdominal, pelvic, and perineal organs, with introductions to their development. Each seminar also contains questions designed to help students monitor their progress. The text is richly illustrated with radiographs and endoscopic views of both healthy and diseased organs. Plastic covers and a spiral binding facilitate use of the book in the laboratory.
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Systematic thinking about tissues
Development of the body cavities
Crosssectional anatomy of the thorax
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abdominal wall anal canal anteriorly aorta arch atrium attached bladder blood body brachiocephalic vein branches bronchus cavity cells chest coeliac colon cord costal diaphragm Dissect dorsal drains duct duodenum external fascia female femoral fibres fibrous flexure fossa ganglion glands heart hepatic inferior vena cava inguinal ligament innervation intercostal internal oblique kidney large bowel lateral lesser omentum levator lies liver lobe lower lumbar lung lymph male medial mesentery midline muscle nodes oesophagus omentum ovary pancreas parasympathetic parietal pass pelvic penis pericardium perineal membrane peritoneal peritoneum pleural plexus portal posterior abdominal wall posteriorly Prosections prostate psoas major pubic symphysis pudendal nerve pulmonary radiograph rectal rectum reflex renal right and left sacral Seminar septum side skin small bowel sphincter spinal spine spleen splenic stomach superficial superior mesenteric artery supply surface sympathetic testis thoracic tissue trachea transverse upper ureter urethra uterus vagina valve vein venous ventral ventricle vertebra vessels viscera