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  • Edition: Third edition.
  • Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, [2015]

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Revision of: Anatomy / Henry Gray.
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Subject: Human anatomy.
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Gray's Anatomy for Students : With Student Consult Online Access
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SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
1The body
    What is anatomy?p. 4
    How can gross anatomy be studied?p. 4
    Important anatomical termsp. 4
    Imagingp. 7
    Diagnostic imaging techniquesp. 7
    Nuclear medicine imagingp. 10
    Image interpretationp. 11
    Plain radiographyp. 12
    Computed tomographyp. 12
    Magnetic resonance imagingp. 13
    Nuclear medicine imagingp. 13
    Safety in imagingp. 13
    Body systemsp. 14
    Skeletal systemp. 14
    Cartilagep. 14
    Bonep. 15
    Jointsp. 20
    Skin and fasciasp. 26
    Skinp. 26
    Fasciap. 26
    Muscular systemp. 27
    Cardiovascular systemp. 29
    Lymphatic systemp. 31
    Lymphatic vesselsp. 31
    Lymph nodesp. 32
    Lymphatic trunks and ductsp. 32
    Nervous systemp. 34
    Central nervous systemp. 34
    Functional subdivisions of the CNSp. 34
    Somatic part of the nervous systemp. 35
    Visceral part of the nervous systemp. 41
    Other systemsp. 52
    Clinical casesp. 53
2Back
    Conceptual overviewp. 56
    General descriptionp. 56
    Functionsp. 57
    Supportp. 57
    Movementp. 57
    Protection of the nervous systemp. 58
    Component partsp. 58
    Bonesp. 58
    Musclesp. 60
    Vertebral canalp. 62
    Spinal nervesp. 63
    Relationship to other regionsp. 64
    Headp. 64
    Thorax, abdomen, and pelvisp. 65
    Limbsp. 65
    Key featuresp. 65
    Long vertebral column and short spinal cordp. 65
    Intervertebral foramina and spinal nervesp. 66
    Innervation of the backp. 66
    Regional anatomyp. 67
    Skeletal frameworkp. 67
    Vertebraep. 67
    Intervertebral foraminap. 75
    Posterior spaces between vertebral archesp. 75
    Jointsp. 79
    Joints between vertebrae in the backp. 79
    Ligamentsp. 82
    Anterior and posterior longitudinal ligamentsp. 82
    Ligamenta flavap. 82
    Supraspinous ligament and ligamentum nuchaep. 83
    Interspinous ligamentsp. 84
    Back musculaturep. 86
    Superficial group of back musclesp. 86
    Intermediate group of back musclesp. 92
    Deep group of back musclesp. 93
    Suboccipital musclesp. 99
    Spinal cordp. 101
    Vasculaturep. 102
    Meningesp. 104
    Arrangement of structures in the vertebral canalp. 106
    Spinal nervesp. 107
    Surface anatomyp. 112
    Back surface anatomyp. 112
    Absence of lateral curvaturesp. 112
    Primary and secondary curvatures in the sagittal planep. 112
    Useful nonvertebral skeletal landmarksp. 112
    How to identify specific vertebral spinous processesp. 114
    Visualizing the inferior ends of the spinal cord and subarachnoid spacep. 115
    Identifying major musclesp. 116
    Clinical casesp. 118
3Thorax
    Conceptual overviewp. 124
    General descriptionp. 124
    Functionsp. 125
    Breathingp. 125
    Protection of vital organsp. 125
    Conduitp. 125
    Component partsp. 125
    Thoracic wallp. 125
    Superior thoracic aperturep. 126
    Inferior thoracic aperturep. 126
    Diaphragmp. 127
    Mediastinump. 128
    Pleural cavitiesp. 128
    Relationship to other regionsp. 129
    Neckp. 129
    Upper limbp. 130
    Abdomenp. 130
    Breastp. 130
    Key featuresp. 130
    Vertebral level TIV/Vp. 130
    Venous shunts from left to rightp. 132
    Segmental neurovascular supply of thoracic wallp. 132
    Sympathetic systemp. 134
    Flexible wall and inferior thoracic aperturep. 134
    Innervation of the diaphragmp. 134
    Regional anatomyp. 137
    Pectoral regionp. 137
    Breastp. 137
    Muscles of the pectoral regionp. 139
    Thoracic wallp. 141
    Skeletal frameworkp. 141
    Intercostal spacesp. 147
    Diaphragmp. 156
    Innervationp. 158
    Pleurap. 159
    Lungsp. 163
    Venous drainagep. 158
    Pleural cavitiesp. 159
    Movements of the thoracic wall and diaphragm during breathingp. 158
    Middle mediastinump. 177
    Superior mediastinump. 204
    Surface anatomyp. 224
    Thorax surface anatomyp. 224
    How to count ribsp. 224
    Surface anatomy of the breast in womenp. 225
    Mediastinump. 176
    Posterior mediastinump. 215
    Anterior mediastinump. 223
    Visualizing structures at the TIV/V vertebral levelp. 226
    Visualizing structures in the superior mediastinump. 227
    Visualizing the margins of the heartp. 227
    Where to listen for heart soundsp. 228
    Visualizing the pleural cavities and lungs, pleural recesses, and lung lobes and fissuresp. 228
    Where to listen for lung soundsp. 229
    Clinical casesp. 233
4Abdomen
    Conceptual overviewp. 246
    General descriptionp. 246
    Functionsp. 247
    Houses and protects major viscerap. 247
    Breathingp. 249
    Changes in intra-abdominal pressurep. 249
    Component partsp. 250
    Wallp. 250
    Abdominal cavityp. 251
    Inferior thoracic aperturep. 253
    Diaphragmp. 253
    Pelvic inletp. 254
    Relationship to other regionsp. 254
    Thoraxp. 254
    Pelvisp. 254
    Lower limbp. 255
    Key featuresp. 256
    Arrangement of abdominal viscera in the adultp. 256
    Skin and muscles of the anterior and lateral abdominal wall and thoracic intercostal nervesp. 259
    The groin is a weak area in the anterior abdominal wallp. 260
    Verterbral Level L1p. 262
    The gastrointestinal system and its derivatives are supplied by three major arteriesp. 262
    Venous shunts from left to rightp. 264
    All venous drainage from the gastrointestinal system passes through the liverp. 265
    Abdominal viscera are supplied by a large prevertebral plexusp. 266
    Regional anatomyp. 268
    Surface topographyp. 268
    Four-quadrant patternp. 268
    Nine-region patternp. 269
    Abdominal wallp. 270
    Superficial fasciap. 270
    Anterolateral musclesp. 272
    Extraperitoneal fasciap. 278
    Peritoneump. 279
    Innervationp. 279
    Arterial supply and venous drainagep. 280
    Lymphatic drainagep. 282
    Groinp. 282
    Inguinal canalp. 284
    Inguinal herniasp. 288
    Abdominal viscerap. 292
    Peritoneump. 292
    Peritoneal cavityp. 293
    Organsp. 297
    Arterial supplyp. 327
    Venous drainagep. 337
    Lymphaticsp. 341
    Innervationp. 341
    Posterior abdominal regionp. 348
    Posterior abdominal wallp. 349
    Viscerap. 355
    Vasculaturep. 366
    Lymphatic systemp. 372
    Nervous system in the posterior abdominal regionp. 374
    Sympathetic trunks and splanchnic nervesp. 374
    Surface anatomyp. 382
    Abdomen surface anatomyp. 382
    Defining the surface projection of the abdomenp. 383
    How to find the superficial inguinal ringp. 384
    How to determine lumbar vertebral levelsp. 385
    Visualizing structures at the L1 vertebral levelp. 386
    Visualizing the position of major blood vesselsp. 387
    Using abdominal quadrants to locate major viscerap. 388
    Defining surface regions to which pain from the gut is referredp. 389
    Where to find the kidneysp. 390
    Where to find the spleenp. 390
    Clinical casesp. 391
5Pelvis and perineum Conceptual overviewp. 406
    General descriptionp. 406
    Functionsp. 406
    Contain and support bladder, rectum, anal canal, and reproductive tractsp. 406
    Anchors the roots of the external genitaliap. 408
    Component partsp. 408
    Pelvic inletp. 408
    Pelvic wallsp. 409
    Pelvic outletp. 409
    Pelvic floorp. 411
    Pelvic cavityp. 411
    Perineump. 412
    Relationship to other regionsp. 414
    Abdomenp. 414
    Lower limbp. 414
    Key featuresp. 415
    The pelvic cavity projects posteriorlyp. 415
    Important structures cross the ureters in the pelvic cavityp. 415
    The prostate is anterior to rectump. 417
    The perineum is innervated by sacral spinal cord segmentsp. 417
    Nerves are related to bonep. 418
    Parasympathetic innervation from spinal cord levels S2 to S4 controls erectionp. 418
    Muscles and fascia of the pelvic floor and perineum intersect at the perineal bodyp. 419
    Gender determines the course of the urethrap. 419
    Regional anatomyp. 421
    Pelvisp. 421
    Bonesp. 421
    Jointsp. 426
    Orientationp. 428
    Gender differencesp. 428
    True pelvisp. 429
    Vicerap. 438
    Fasciap. 458
    Peritoneump. 460
    Nervesp. 462
    Blood vesselsp. 471
    Lymphaticsp. 477
    Perineump. 478
    Borders and ceilingp. 478
    Ischio-anal fossae and their anterior recessesp. 480
    Anal trianglep. 480
    Urogenital trianglep. 483
    Somatic nervesp. 490
    Visceral nervesp. 492
    Blood vesselsp. 492
    Veinsp. 494
    Lymphaticsp. 496
    Surface anatomyp. 497
    Surface anatomy of the pelvis and perineump. 497
    Orientation of the pelvis and perineum in the anatomical positionp. 497
    How to define the margins of the perineump. 497
    Identification of structures in the anal trianglep. 499
    Identification of structures in the urogenital triangle of womenp. 500
    Identification of structures in the urogenital triangle of menp. 501
    Clinical casesp. 504
6Lower limb Conceptual overviewp. 512
    General introductionp. 512
    Functionp. 513
    Support the body weightp. 513
    Locomotionp. 515
    Component partsp. 517
    Bones and jointsp. 517
    Musclesp. 518
    Relationship to other regionsp. 520
    Abdomenp. 520
    Pelvisp. 521
    Perineump. 521
    Key pointsp. 521
    Innervation is by lumbar and sacral spinal nervesp. 521
    Nerves related to bonep. 525
    Superficial veinsp. 525
    Regional anatomyp. 526
    Bony pelvisp. 526
    Proximal femurp. 529
    Hip jointp. 532
    Gateways to the lower limbp. 535
    Nervesp. 537
    Arteriesp. 540
    Veinsp. 542
    Lymphaticsp. 542
    Deep fascia and the saphenous openingp. 544
    Femoral trianglep. 545
    Gluteal regionp. 547
    Musclesp. 548
    Nervesp. 551
    Arteriesp. 554
    Veinsp. 554
    Lymphaticsp. 554
    Thighp. 555
    Bonesp. 555
    Musclesp. 561
    Arteriesp. 569
    Veinsp. 573
    Nervesp. 573
    Knee jointp. 575
    Tibiofibular jointp. 584
    Popliteal fossap. 584
    Legp. 585
    Bonesp. 586
    Jointsp. 588
    Posterior compartment of legp. 588
    Lateral compartment of legp. 595
    Anterior compartment of legp. 596
    Footp. 600
    Bonesp. 600
    Jointsp. 605
    Tarsal tunnel, retinacula, and arrangement of major structures at the anklep. 612
    Arches of the footp. 614
    Plantar aponeurosisp. 615
    Fibrous sheaths of toesp. 615
    Extensor hoodsp. 616
    Intrinsic musclesp. 616
    Arteriesp. 622
    Veinsp. 624
    Nervesp. 624
    Surface anatomyp. 628
    Lower limb surface anatomyp. 628
    Avoiding the sciatic nervep. 628
    Finding the femoral artery in the femoral trianglep. 630
    Identifying structures around the kneep. 630
    Visualizing the contents of the popliteal fossap. 632
    Finding the tarsal tunnel-the gateway to the footp. 633
    Identifying tendons around the ankle and in the footp. 634
    Finding the dorsalis pedis arteryp. 635
    Approximating the position of the plantar arterial archp. 635
    Major superficial veinsp. 636
    Pulse pointsp. 637
    Clinical casesp. 638
7Upper limb
    Conceptual overviewp. 650
    General descriptionp. 650
    Functionsp. 651
    Positioning the handp. 651
    The hand as a mechanical toolp. 651
    The hand as a sensory toolp. 654
    Component partsp. 654
    Bones and jointsp. 654
    Musclesp. 655
    Relationship to other regionsp. 657
    Neckp. 657
    Back and thoracic wallp. 658
    Key pointsp. 659
    Innervation by cervical and upper thoracic nervesp. 659
    Nerves related to bonep. 663
    Superficial veinsp. 663
    Orientation of the thumbp. 664
    Regional anatomyp. 665
    Shoulderp. 665
    Bonesp. 665
    Jointsp. 668
    Musclesp. 675
    Posterior scapular regionp. 678
    Musclesp. 678
    Gateways to the posterior scapular regionp. 680
    Nervesp. 682
    Arteries and veinsp. 682
    Axillap. 684
    Axillary inletp. 685
    Anterior wallp. 686
    Medial wallp. 688
    Lateral wallp. 690
    Posterior wallp. 691
    Gateways in the posterior wallp. 692
    Floorp. 693
    Contents of the axillap. 693
    Armp. 710
    Bonesp. 712
    Musclesp. 715
    Arteries and veinsp. 717
    Nervesp. 720
    Elbow jointp. 724
    Cubital fossap. 729
    Forearmp. 731
    Bonesp. 732
    Jointsp. 734
    Anterior compartment of the forearmp. 736
    Musclesp. 736
    Arteries and veinsp. 742
    Nervesp. 743
    Posterior compartment of the forearmp. 745
    Musclesp. 745
    Arteries and veinsp. 750
    Nervesp. 751
    Handp. 751
    Bonesp. 752
    Jointsp. 754
    Carpal tunnel and structures at the wristp. 756
    Palmar aponeurosisp. 758
    Palmaris brevisp. 759
    Anatomical snuffboxp. 759
    Fibrous digital sheathsp. 759
    Extensor hoodsp. 760
    Musclesp. 762
    Arteries and veinsp. 767
    Nervesp. 770
    Surface anatomyp. 775
    Upper limb surface anatomyp. 775
    Bony landmarks and muscles of the posterior scapular regionp. 775
    Visualizing the axilla and locating contents and related structuresp. 777
    Locating the brachial artery in the armp. 779
    The triceps brachii tendon and position of the radial nervep. 779
    Cubital fossa (anterior view)p. 779
    Identifying tendons and locating major vessels and nerves in the distal forearmp. 781
    Normal appearance of the handp. 782
    Position of the flexor retinaculum and the recurrent branch of the median nervep. 783
    Motor function of the median and ulnar nerves in the handp. 783
    Visualizing the positions of the superficial and deep palmar archesp. 784
    Pulse pointsp. 784
    Clinical casesp. 786
8Head and neck
    Conceptual overviewp. 796
    General descriptionp. 796
    Headp. 796
    Neckp. 798
    Functionsp. 799
    Protectionp. 799
    Contains upper parts of respiratory and digestive tractsp. 799
    Communicationp. 800
    Positioning the headp. 800
    Connects the upper and lower respiratory and digestive tractsp. 800
    Component partsp. 800
    Skullp. 800
    Cervical vertebraep. 802
    Hyoid bonep. 803
    Soft palatep. 804
    Musclesp. 804
    Relationship to other regionsp. 805
    Thoraxp. 805
    Upper limbsp. 805
    Key featuresp. 806
    Vertebral levels CIII/IV and CV/VIp. 806
    Airway in the neckp. 806
    Cranial nervesp. 807
    Cervical nervesp. 808
    Functional separation of the digestive and respiratory passagesp. 808
    Triangles of the neckp. 811
    Regional anatomyp. 812
    Skullp. 812
    Anterior viewp. 812
    Lateral viewp. 814
    Posterior viewp. 816
    Superior viewp. 818
    Inferior viewp. 819
    Cranial cavityp. 822
    Roofp. 822
    Floorp. 823
    Meningesp. 830
    Cranial dura materp. 830
    Arachnoid materp. 833
    Pia materp. 833
    Arrangement of meninges and spacesp. 834
    Brain and its blood supplyp. 835
    Brainp. 835
    Blood supplyp. 837
    Venous drainagep. 842
    Cranial nervesp. 848
    Olfactory nerve [I]p. 849
    Optic nerve [II]p. 850
    Oculomotor nerve [III]p. 850
    Trochlear nerve [IV]p. 850
    Trigeminal nerve [V]p. 851
    Ophthalmic nerve [V1]p. 852
    Maxillary nerve [V2]p. 852
    Mandibular nerve [V3]p. 852
    Abducent nerve [VI]p. 852
    Facial nerve [VII]p. 852
    Vestibulocochlear nerve [VIII]p. 853
    Glossopharyngeal nerve [IX]p. 853
    Vagus nerve [X]p. 853
    Accessory nerve [XI]p. 854
    Hypoglossal nerve [XII]p. 854
    Facep. 856
    Musclesp. 857
    Parotid glandp. 863
    Innervationp. 865
    Vesselsp. 869
    Scalpp. 873
    Layersp. 873
    Innervationp. 874
    Vesselsp. 876
    Lymphatic drainagep. 877
    Orbitp. 878
    Bony orbitp. 878
    Eyelidsp. 879
    Lacrimal apparatusp. 882
    Sensory innervationp. 882
    Fissures and foraminap. 885
    Fascial specializationsp. 886
    Musclesp. 887
    Vesselsp. 892
    Innervationp. 893
    Eyeballp. 898
    Earp. 902
    External earp. 903
    Middle earp. 906
    Internal earp. 913
    Temporal and infratemporal fossaep. 920
    Bony frameworkp. 920
    Temporomandibular jointsp. 922
    Masseter musclep. 925
    Temporal fossap. 926
    Infratemporal fossap. 929
    Pterygopalatine fossap. 940
    Skeletal frameworkp. 940
    Gatewaysp. 941
    Contentsp. 942
    Neckp. 947
    Fasciap. 948
    Superficial venous drainagep. 950
    Anterior triangle of the neckp. 954
    Posterior triangle of the neckp. 968
    Root of the neckp. 976
    Pharynxp. 985
    Skeletal frameworkp. 986
    Pharyngeal wallp. 987
    Fasciap. 990
    Gaps in the pharyngeal wall and structures passing through themp. 990
    Nasopharynxp. 991
    Oropharynxp. 993
    Laryngopharynxp. 993
    Tonsilsp. 993
    Vesselsp. 994
    Nervesp. 996
    Larynxp. 997
    Laryngeal cartilagesp. 998
    Extrinsic ligamentsp. 1000
    Intrinsic ligamentsp. 1001
    Laryngeal jointsp. 1002
    Cavity of the larynxp. 1003
    Intrinsic musclesp. 1005
    Function of the larynxp. 1008
    Vesselsp. 1010
    Nervesp. 1012
    Nasal cavitiesp. 1013
    Lateral wallp. 1014
    Regionsp. 1015
    Innervation and blood supplyp. 1016
    Skeletal frameworkp. 1016
    External nosep. 1018
    Paranasal sinusesp. 1018
    Walls, floor, and roofp. 1020
    Naresp. 1024
    Choanaep. 1024
    Gatewaysp. 1024
    Vesselsp. 1026
    Innervationp. 1028
    Oral cavityp. 1030
    Multiple nerves innervate the oral cavityp. 1031
    Skeletal frameworkp. 1031
    Walls: the cheeksp. 1034
    Floorp. 1035
    Tonguep. 1037
    Salivary glandsp. 1044
    Roof-palatep. 1047
    Oral fissure and lipsp. 1055
    Oropharyngeal isthmusp. 1055
    Teeth and gingivaep. 1056
    Surface anatomyp. 1061
    Head and neck surface anatomyp. 1061
    Anatomical position of the head and major landmarksp. 1062
    Visualizing structures at the CIII/CIV and CVI vertebral levelsp. 1063
    How to outline the anterior and posterior triangles of the neckp. 1063
    How to locate the cricothyroid ligamentp. 1064
    How to find the thyroid glandp. 1065
    Estimating the position of the middle meningeal arteryp. 1066
    Major features of the facep. 1067
    The eye and lacrimal apparatusp. 1068
    External earp. 1069
    Pulse pointsp. 1070
    Clinical casesp. 1071

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