Atlas of Anatomy: Neck and Internal Organs

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Thieme, 2006 - Medical - 370 pages
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Neck and Internal Organs, the second book in the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy series, presents a stunning visual guide to the anatomy of the neck and internal organs.

Neck and Internal Organs integrates clinical information into a beautifully illustrated exposition of anatomy. Each chapter of the book presents anatomical information step-by-step, layer-by-layer, moving from spaces, to organs, to blood vessels, the lymphatic system, and autonomous innervation, with unprecedented clarity. Clear schematics with easy-to-follow labeling highlight specific structures. Summary tables organize key information on the principles of function, dysfunction, and malformation. The atlas features a unique section on the neurovascular supply for each organ, detailing arteries, veins, lymph nodes, and innervation.
 

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Contents

Abdomen and Pelvis
3
Arteries
10
Cervical Viscera
20
Organs
70
Thoracic Location and Relations
78
Segmentation
84
Lymphatisc System
128
Nervous System
140
2
178
and Mechanism of Defecation
198
18
210
Blood Vessels
262
Tributaries of the Portal Vein
274
Lymphatic System
294
Ureter and Bladder
302
and Transverse Colon
338

Appendix
151
in the Male Pelvis
172
References
349
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About the author (2006)

Lawrence M. Ross, MD, PhD, is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at The University of Texas--Houston Medical School in Houston, Texas.

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