Anatomy. A Photographic Atlas by Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll PDF

By Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll

Фотографической атлас анатомии показывает впечатляющие полноцветные фотографии реальных разрезов тела человека и сопроводительные схематические чертежи и диагностические изображения. Это издание содержит более 1200 изображений и показывает анатомические структуры более реалистично, чем иллюстрации в традиционных атласах.
Подлинное фотографическое воспроизведение цвета, структуры и пространственных измерений помогут вам развить понимание анатомии человеческого тела.

Featuring striking full-color images of exact cadaver dissections with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic pictures, this confirmed textual content depicts anatomic constructions extra realistically than illustrations in conventional atlases.
Authentic photographic copy of colours, constructions, and spatial dimensions as noticeable within the dissection lab and at the working desk assist you improve an knowing of the anatomy of the human physique.

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Lymphatic vessels originate in the tissue spaces (lymph capillaries) and unite to form larger vessels (lymphatics). These resemble veins but have a much thinner wall, more valves, and are interrupted by lymph nodes at various intervals. Large groups of lymph nodes are located in the inguinal and axillary regions, deep to the mandible and 1 Tonsils and submandibular lymph nodes 2 Right venous angle 3 Remnants of the thymus gland 4 Thoracic duct 5 Cisterna chyli 6 Left venous angle 7 Axillary lymph nodes 8 Spleen 9 Lymph nodes of the intestinal tract 10 Inguinal lymph nodes 11 Bone marrow 12 Lymph nodes of the popliteal fossa 13 Aorta 14 Left kidney sternocleidomastoid muscle, and within the root of the mesentery of the intestine.

Anterior part to the left. 4 5 Right inferior nasal concha (lateral aspect). Anterior part to the right. Vomer (posterior aspect). Septum and Cartilages of the Nose 1 Crista galli 2 Cribriform plate of ethmoidal bone 3 Perpendicular plate of ethmoidal bone 4 Vomer 5 Ala of the vomer 6 Palatine bone (perpendicular process) 7 Palatine bone (horizontal plate) 8 Mandible 9 Nasal bone 10 Sphenoidal sinus 11 Hypophysial fossa (sella turcica) 12 Grooves for the middle meningeal artery Cartilages of the nose 13 Lateral nasal cartilage 14 Greater alar cartilage 15 Lesser alar cartilages 16 Septal cartilage 17 Location of nasal bone Paramedian sagittal section through the skull including the nasal septum.

5 6 Diagram illustrating the localization of the three functional portions of the nervous system (brain, spinal cord and autonomic nervous system). Yellow = sympathetic system; red = parasympathetic system. The nervous system can be divided into three functionally distinct parts: 1. The cranial part, which comprises the great sensory organs and the brain. 2. The spinal cord, which shows a segmental structure and serves predominantly as a reflex organ. 3. The autonomic nervous system, which controls the involuntary functions (subconscious control) of organs and tissues.

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