Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body (6th Edition) by Carmine D. Clemente

By Carmine D. Clemente

The 6th version of Clemente's Anatomy positive aspects over 1,000 brilliant, realistically special full-color illustrations, plus a wealth of accompanying diagnostic photographs and diverse muscle tables. This classically prepared local atlas is predicated at the strikingly colourful, but practical illustrations of the world-renowned Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy.This variation contains new plates at the brachial plexus and on nerves of the decrease limb in addition to new scientific photographs, together with CT scans, x-rays, and sonograms. The booklet additionally has a brand new photograph layout with brighter shades of headings and part tabs.A significant other web site will supply an Interactive Atlas of chosen photos for college kids and a picture financial institution for school.

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Indd 15 11/10/09 4:25:47 PM PLATE 12 Superficial Veins of the Anterior Trunk (Male) Axillary vein Lateral thoracic vein Thoracoepigastric vein Thoracoepigastric vein Paraumbilical veins Superficial epigastric vein Superficial circumflex iliac vein Great saphenous vein FIGURE 12 Anterior Thoracic Wall; Superficial Dissection in the Male NOTE: (1) The thoracoepigastric veins along both lateral aspects of the thoracic wall; realize that these veins drain superiorly into the lateral thoracic veins, which flow into the axillary veins.

3) Lateral to the manubrium, the clavicle articulates into the clavicular notch, and just below this, the first rib articulates with the lateral surface of the manubrium. , between the manubrium and body of the sternum). (5) Ribs 4, 5, and 6 articulate on the body of the sternum, and rib 7, joined by the costal margins of ribs 8, 9, and 10, attaches to the junction of the xiphoid process and sternal body (the xiphisternal junction). (6) The origin of the pectoralis major muscle attaches along the medial half of the clavicle and lateral one-third of the manubrium and body of the sternum.

7) The intercostobrachial nerve (T2) joins the medial brachial cutaneous nerve to supply the skin of the axillary fossa and upper medial arm. indd 20 11/10/09 4:26:05 PM Pectoral Region: Pectoralis Major and Deltoid Muscles PLATE 17 Platysma muscle Supraclavicular nerves Clavipectoral fascia Subcutaneous acromial bursa Pectoralis major muscle (clavicular head) Deltoid muscle Cephalic vein Coracobrachialis muscle Anterior cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T2) Anterior axillary lymph nodes (pectoral) Pectoralis major muscle (sternocostal part) Biceps brachii muscle 4 Anterior cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T4) Medial brachial cutaneous nerve Pectoralis major muscle (abdominal part) 5 Brachial fascia 6 Lateral thoracic artery; thoracoepigastric vein Anterior cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T6) Lateral cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T4) Lateral cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T6) Lateral cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T8) Anterior sheath, rectus abdominis muscle 7 Anterior cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (T8) 8 Fascia over external oblique muscle Fascia over serratus anterior muscle FIGURE 17 Pectoralis Major and Deltoid Muscles (Anterior View) NOTE: (1) The anterior layer of the pectoral fascia and the deltoid fascia as seen in Figure 16 have been removed.

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