Living anatomy: structure as the mirror of function
This presents a lucid and enticing introduction to the subject of anatomy, broad in scope and deep in insights. It enables the reader to make sense of the architecture of the human body by explaining structure and relating it to function. Because it deals primarily with fundamental principles, its subject matter is unlikely to become dated.
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abdominal abduction adductor adult anatomy angle animal ankle arch artery attached become blood supply body bone brachial branches calcaneum carotid sheath cartilage cells cervical Chapter clavicle cleavage plane completely coracoid process deep fascia deltoid dermatomes designoid digits distal dorsal elbow evolutionary extensor femoral femur fibres fibrous fibula fingers flexed flexion foot forearm forelimb function fused gluteus maximus hallux hand head hind limb human humerus insertion interossei joint knee lateral layer ligament longus lumbar lumbricals mandibular medial mesentery metatarsal mobile movement muscle bellies myotomes neck oblique origin palm palmar pectoralis major pelvic plexus position of rest post-axial posterior pre-axial primitive pronation proximal quadrupeds radial radial nerve rotation scapula segment sensory sheath shoulder side skin skull spinal spine structure subscapularis superficial surface talus tendon thumb tibia tissue toes transverse trunk ulna ulnar nerve upper veins ventral vertebral vertebral column vessels wrist