Anatomy and Human Movement: Structure and Function
This new colour edition of Anatomy and Human Movement gives a clearer and more comprehensive account of musculoskeletal anatomy and its relation to human movement. The book will remain an invaluable agent to all those who study the living body and eventually determine their diagnoses and apply their treatments through an intact skin.
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abduction acetabulum action adductor ankle joint anteriorly arch artery articular surfaces articulation attachment axis biceps body bone border branches brevis calcaneus cartilage cavity centre cervical clavicle collateral ligament condyle deep digitorum longus disc distal dorsal extension fascia femoral femur fibres fibrous fibula fingers flexed flexion flexor digitorum flexor digitorum longus foot forearm forwards fossa gluteus gluteus maximus groove hallucis longus head hip joint humerus iliac inferior interosseous intervertebral disc joint capsule knee joint lateral rotation lateral side lower limb lumbar medial and lateral medial side membrane ment metacarpal metacarpophalangeal joint metatarsal movement muscle neck Nerve supply oblique obturator palmar palpated passes patella pelvis peroneus phalanx plantar plantarflexion pollicis position posteriorly proximal psoas major radial region retinaculum root value sacral sacrum scapula shaft sheath skin spinal spine superficial superior synovial synovial sheath talus tendon thigh thoracic tibia tissue toes trunk tubercle ulna ulnar upper limb vein vertebral column