Color Atlas of Human Anatomy: Internal organs. Volume 2

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Thieme, 2008 - Human anatomy - 446 pages
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Featuring hundreds of illustrations, and clear organization according to anatomical system, this work integrates information from an array of medical disciplines into the discussions of the inner organs, including: cross-sectional anatomy as basis for working with modern imaging modalities; and a chapter devoted to pregnancy and human development.
 

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Contents

Viscera at a Glance
2
Respiratory System H Fritsch 93
5
Heart
10
Arterial System
44
Arteries of the Shoulder and Upper
54
Venous System
66
Tributaries of the Inferior Vena Cava
74
Structure and Function of Blood
86
Male Genital System H Fritsch
247
Seminal Ducts and Accessory
256
Female Genital System H Fritsch
267
Uterus
276
Pregnancy and Human Development
293
Hormones and Contraception
300
Human Development H Fritsch
310
The Newborn
318

Nose
92
Larynx
108
Topography of the Trachea
120
Mediastinum
136
Oral Cavity
144
Esophagus
176
Abdominal Cavity
182
Stomach
190
Small Intestine
196
Large Intestine
202
Pancreas
220
Urinary System H Fritsch
229
Glands
324
HypothalamicPituitary Axis
330
Adrenal Glands
342
Thyroid Gland
348
Blood and Lymphatic Systems W Kuehnel
371
Immune System
380
The Integument W Kuehnel
402
Appendages of the Skin
410
Breast and Mammary Glands
416
Illustration Credits
423
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