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Clemente's Anatomy Dissector, Third Edition is a comprehensive manual of anatomical dissection, organized into 38 chapters covering small, discrete areas of the human body. Each chapter is designed to stand alone, so that instructors can easily adapt the material to their preferred dissection sequence. The book provides more in-depth and detailed explanations for each dissection than any other lab manual, so that students can self-teach. It correlates surface anatomy to anatomical structures revealed in the dissections, which is important for clinical correlation. Every page is cross-referenced to the newest editions of Clemente's Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body, Agur and Dalley's Grant's Atlas of Anatomy, Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, and Rohen, Yokochi and Lutjen-Drecoll's Color Atlas of Anatomy. A companion Website will offer the full text online and prosection guides.
Table of Contents
DISSECTION 1 Introductory Session and Surface Anatomy of the Thorax, Shoulder, and Upper Limb 1 DISSECTION 2 Mammary Gland and Pectoral Region 8 DISSECTION 4 Scapular and Deltoid Regions; Posterior Compartment of the Arm 23 DISSECTION 5 Anterior Brachial Region; Cubital Fossa; Anterior Forearm and Wrist 34 DISSECTION 6 Palmar Aspect of the Hand 46 DISSECTION 7 Posterior Compartment of Forearm and Dorsum of the Hand 56 DISSECTION 8 Joints of the Upper Extremity 65 DISSECTION 9 Thorax I: Anterior Thoracic Wall 76 DISSECTION 10 Thorax II: Pleura and Lungs; Anterior Mediastinum; Middle Mediastinum and Pericardium; Removal of the Heart 88 DISSECTION 11 Thorax III: The Heart: Blood Circulation; Heart Surface Anatomy; Blood Supply, Chambers, and Conducting System of the Heart 97 DISSECTION 12 Thorax IV: Posterior Mediastinum; Sympathetic Trunks; Diaphragm from Above; Superior Mediastinum 109 DISSECTION 13 Anterior Abdominal Wall 118 DISSECTION 14 Abdominal Cavity I: Topography of the Abdominal Viscera and Reflections of the Peritoneum 131 DISSECTION 15 Abdominal Cavity II: Rotation of the Gut; Dissection of Stomach; Liver; Duodenum and Pancreas; Spleen 140 DISSECTION 16 Abdominal Cavity III: Intestinal Tract from Duodenojejunal Junction to Rectum 152 DISSECTION 17 Abdominal Cavity IV: Posterior Abdominal Wall 161 DISSECTION 18 The Pelvis: Male and Female 173 DISSECTION 19 The Perineum: Male and Female 192 DISSECTION 20 The Gluteal Region, Posterior Thigh, and Popliteal Fossa 209 DISSECTION 21 Anterior and Medial Compartments of the Thigh 223 DISSECTION 22 Anterior and Lateral Compartments of the Leg and Dorsum of the Foot 234 DISSECTION 23 The Posterior Leg and Sole of the Foot 248 DISSECTION 24 Joints of the Lower Limb 260 DISSECTION 25 Superficial and Deep Back; Spinal Cord 280 DISSECTION 26 Back of the Neck and the Suboccipital Region 297 DISSECTION 27 The Superficial Face and Anterior Scalp 303 DISSECTION 28 Temporal and Infratemporal Regions (Deep Face) 316 DISSECTION 29 Posterior Triangle of the Neck 328 DISSECTION 30 Anterior Triangle of the Neck 337 DISSECTION 31 Scalp; Floor of the Cranial Cavity; Base of the Brain 353 DISSECTION 32 The Orbit: Superior and Anterior Dissections 366 DISSECTION 33 Craniovertebral Joints and Prevertebral Region 380 DISSECTION 34 The Pharynx: External and Internal Dissections 386 DISSECTION 35 The Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses in the Bisected Head 394 DISSECTION 36 Nasopharynx; Oropharynx (Inner Wall); Palate; Mouth and Tongue 403 DISSECTION 37 The Larynx and Laryngopharynx 415 DISSECTION 38 The External and Middle Ear and the Semicircular Canals of the Inner Ear 425