Clinical Surface Anatomy
This second edition of this highly popular color atlas includes clear photographs highlighting surface features and the position of the underlying anatomy. Clearly labeled structures are now integrated with high-quality color illustrations. Concise text clearly describes surface anatomy and emphasizes clinical relevance.
High-quality color photographs highlight the surface features and position of the underlying anatomy. Fifty new photographs feature better muscle illustration. Careful labeling of images aids identification of surface features.
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Proportions of the Body 6 Vessels and Nerves of the Arm and Hand
The Head The Nerves
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abdominal acting activity adductor allow angle anterior arch artery aspect attached base become biceps body bone border branch brevis carpi carried cartilage clavicle clinical close common costal deep digitorum distal divides elbow examination extension extensor external facial felt femoral fibres Figure finger flexion flexor flexor pollicis longus follows foot forearm fossa front function gives gland greater hand head heart iliac important inguinal innervation internal join joint knee lateral leaves lies ligament longus loss lower lung major mandible margin medial middle movement muscles neck nerve normal oblique overlying pain palmaris longus palpable particularly passes person plane pollicis position posterior producing pull radial region root rotation runs scapula seen sensory shoulder side skin spine superficial superior supply surface tendon thigh thumb tibial transverse tubercle ulnar upper usually vein vessels wall wrist