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Human Anatomy Laboratory Guide and Dissection Manual

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4th
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9780130475473

ISBN10:
0130475475
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Pub. Date:
8/2/2002
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Pearson
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Summary

This manual combines the features of a traditional anatomy laboratory manual with those of a dissection manual and an anatomical atlas. Superb photos and illustrations are supplemented with observation instructions for a wide variety of specimens including cats, cadavers, isolated organs, histology slides and models. Exercises include review questions, labeling, coloring, and drawing. A 132 color plate folio of labeled cadaver specimen and anatomical model photos is a distinguishing feature of this laboratory guide. While the manual provides references to the Martini/Timmons/Tallitsch, Human Anatomy Fourth Edition textbook, it can be used with any anatomy textbook.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
An Introduction to Anatomy
1(8)
Superficial Anatomy
1(2)
Identification of Anatomical Regions
3(1)
Description of Anatomical Directions
3(2)
Description of Sectional Anatomy
5(1)
Location of Body Cavities
6(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
8(1)
The Cell
9(2)
Observation of Cellular Anatomy
9(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
10(1)
The Tissue Level of Organization
11(13)
Tissues
11(13)
Epithelial Tissue
12(4)
Connective Tissues
16(5)
Muscle Tissues
21(2)
Neural Tissue
23(1)
The Integumentary System
24(7)
Description of Integumentary Structure
24(1)
Microscopic Examination of the Skin
24(5)
Identification of Integumentary Structures
29(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
29(2)
The Skeletal System: Osseous Tissue and Skeletal Structure
31(8)
Structure of Bone: Gross and Histology Organization
31(1)
Bone Specimen
32(1)
Observation of Osteon Model/Compact Bone, Ground Thin
32(2)
Classification of Bones
34(2)
Observation of Bone Markings (Surface Features)
36(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
38(1)
The Skeletal System: Axial Division
39(29)
Description of the Skeletal System: The Axial Division
39(1)
The Skull
39(2)
Sutures: The Adult Skull
41(1)
The Adult Skull
42(4)
Sectional Anatomy of the Skull
46(2)
Bones of the Cranium
48(4)
Bones of the Face
52(1)
The Nasal Complex
53(1)
The Paranasal Sinuses
53(1)
The Orbital Complex
54(1)
The Mandible
55(1)
The Hyoid Bone
56(1)
The Skull of an Infant
56(1)
The Vertebral Column
57(2)
Cervical Vertebrae
59(1)
Cervical Vertebrae: Atlas and Axis
60(2)
Thoracic Vertebrae
62(1)
Lumbar Vertebrae
63(1)
The Sacrum and Coccyx
64(1)
The Thoracic Cage
65(1)
Ribs
65(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
67(1)
The Skeletal System: Appendicular Division
68(19)
Description of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Extremity
68(1)
The Clavicle
68(1)
The Scapula
69(1)
The Arm: Humerus
70(3)
Bones of the Forearm: Ulna and Radius
73(1)
Bones of the Wrist and Hand
74(1)
Description of the Pelvic Girdle and Lower Extremity
75(1)
Hip Bone: Coxa and the Pelvis
76(3)
The Thigh: Right Femur
79(3)
Patella
82(1)
Bones of the Leg: Tibia and Fibula
82(2)
Bones of the Ankle and Foot
84(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
86(1)
The Skeletal System: Articulations
87(17)
Classification of Joints
87(1)
Intervertebal Articulations
87(2)
Description of the Glenohumeral (Shoulder) Joint
89(2)
The Humeroulnar (Elbow) Joint
91(2)
Description of Articulations of the Wrist and Hand
93(1)
Observation of the Hip Joint
94(3)
Description of the Knee Joint
97(3)
Observation of the Joints of the Ankle and Foot
100(3)
Anatomical Identification Review
103(1)
The Muscular System: Skeletal Muscle Tissue
104(3)
Organization of Skeletal Muscles
104(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Neuromuscular Junction
104(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
106(1)
The Muscular System: Muscle Organization and the Axial Musculature
107(37)
Observation of the Muscles of the Head and Neck
107(1)
Location of the Muscles of Facial Expression
108(3)
Observation of the Extrinsic Eye Muscles
111(2)
Identification of the Muscles of Mastication
113(1)
Observation of the Muscles of the Tongue
114(1)
Observation of the Muscles of the Pharynx
115(1)
Observation of the Anterior Muscles of the Neck
116(2)
Observation of the Muscles of the Spine
118(3)
Observation of the Oblique and Rectus Muscles
121(3)
Examination of the Diaphragm
124(1)
Observation of the Muscles of the Pelvic Floor
125(4)
Dissection of Cat Musculature
129(15)
The Muscular System: The Appendicular Musculature
144(36)
Muscles of the Upper Limb
144(1)
Muscles that Position and Move the Shoulder Girdle
144(3)
Muscles that Move the Arm
147(2)
Muscles that Move the Forearm and Hand
149(7)
Muscles that Move the Hand and Fingers (Extrinsic and Intrinsic Groups)
156(4)
Muscles of the Lower Limb
160(1)
Muscles that Move the Thigh: Gluteal Muscles, Lateral Rotators of the Leg, Adductor Group and Iliopsoas Group
161(4)
Muscles that Move the Leg: Flexors and Extensors
165(3)
Muscles that Move the Foot and Toes
168(6)
Muscles of the Foot
174(4)
Anatomical Identification Review
178(2)
Surface Anatomy
180(15)
Regional Approach to Surface Anatomy
180(1)
Observation of Head and Neck Surface Anatomy
180(3)
Observation of Thorax Surface Anatomy
183(1)
Observation of Back and Shoulder Surface Anatomy
184(1)
Observation of Abdominal Wall Surface Anatomy
185(1)
Observation of Upper Limb Surface Anatomy
186(4)
Arm
187(1)
Forearm
187(1)
Wrist and Hand
187(3)
Observation of Lower Limb Surface Anatomy
190(5)
The Nervous System: Neural Tissue
195(4)
Description of Neural Tissue
195(1)
Observation of a Multipolar Neuron
196(1)
Microscopic Observation of Neural Tissue
196(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
198(1)
The Nervous System: The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
199(16)
Gross Anatomy of the Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Spinal Meninges
199(2)
Observation of the Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Meninges
201(1)
Sectional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord: Microscopic Identification
202(1)
Gross Sectional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord and Meninges
203(11)
Nerve Plexuses
203(1)
Cervical Plexus
204(1)
Brachial Plexus
205(4)
Lumbosacral Plexus
209(1)
Lumbar Plexus
209(1)
Sacral Plexus
210(4)
Anatomical Identification Review
214(1)
The Nervous System: The Brain and Cranial Nerves
215(24)
Organization of the Brain: Major Regions and Landmarks
215(2)
Observation of the Meninges
217(3)
Observation of the Ventricles, Choriod Plexus, and Circulation of Cerebrospinal Fluid
220(2)
Observation of the Telencephalon (Cerebrum)
222(1)
Observation of the Cerebral Cortex
223(1)
The Neural Cortex
224(1)
Observation of the Central White Matter
225(1)
Observation of the Cerebral Nuclei
226(1)
Observation of the Limbic System
226(1)
Observation of the Diencephalon (Thalamus and Hypothalamus)
227(1)
Observation of the Mesencephalon (Midbrain)
228(1)
Observation of the Metencephalon (Cerebellum and Pons)
229(1)
Observation of Cerebellar Cortex
230(1)
Observation of the Myelencephalon (Medulla Oblongata)
231(1)
Observation of the Cranial Nerves
232(5)
Anatomical Identification Review
237(2)
The Nervous System: Pathways and Higher-Order Functions
239(6)
Observation of Sensory and Motor Pathways
239(1)
Motor Pathways: Pyramidal and Extrapyramidal Systems
240(2)
Hemispheric Specialization: The Functional Areas of the Cerebral Cortex
242(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
244(1)
The Nervous System: Anatomic Division
245(7)
The Autonomic Nervous System
245(1)
Observation of the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Divisions of the Autonomic Nervous System
245(1)
Observation of Sympathetic Chain (Paravertebral) and Ganglia in the Thorax
246(2)
Observation of Prevertebral (Collateral) Ganglia of the Sympathetic Chain
248(1)
Observation of the Autonomic Nerve Plexuses
249(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
251(1)
The Nervous System: General and Special Senses
252(24)
Observation of the General Senses of the Skin
253(1)
Microscopic Observation of Skin Sensory Receptors
254(1)
Observation of the Sense Organ for Olfaction (Smell)
255(1)
Microscopic Observation of Olfactory Receptors
256(1)
Observation of the Tongue
257(1)
Observation of Cranial Nerves of Gustation
258(1)
Microscopic Observation of Gustatory (Taste Buds) Receptors
258(1)
Observation of Ear Anatomy
259(5)
The External Ear
259(1)
The Middle Ear
260(3)
The Inner Ear
263(1)
Microscopic Observation of Cochlea and Organ of Corti
264(2)
Observation of Eye Anatomy
266(1)
Observation of Accessory Structures of the Eye
266(2)
Observation of the Extrinsic Eye Muscles
268(2)
Sectional Anatomy of the Eye
270(3)
Microscopic Observation of Retina
273(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
275(1)
The Endocrine System
276(14)
Observation of the Pituitary Gland (Hypophysis)
276(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Pituitary Gland (Hypophysis)
278(1)
Observation of Thyroid Gland
279(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Thyroid Gland
280(1)
Observation of the Parathyroid Glands
281(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Parathyroid Glands
282(1)
Observation of the Adrenal (Suprarenal) Gland
283(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Adrenal (Suprarenal) Gland
285(1)
Observation of the Endocrine Pancreas
286(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Endocrine Pancreas
288(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
289(1)
The Cardiovascular System: Blood
290(4)
Observation of Blood Cells
290(3)
Anatomical Identification Review
293(1)
The Cardiovascular System: The Heart
294(20)
Observation of the Heart in the Thoracic Cavity
294(1)
Observation of the Heart Wall
295(1)
Microscopic Observation of Cardiac Muscle
296(1)
Observation of the Superficial Anatomy of the Heart
297(3)
Observation of Sectional Anatomy of the Heart
300(1)
Mammalian Heart Specimen Dissection
300(2)
Valves of the Heart Viewed in Transverse Section
302(1)
Observation of Coronary Circulation
303(1)
Observation of the Conduction System of the Heart
304(1)
Cat Dissection: Circulatory System
305(7)
Identification of Arteries
305(5)
Identification of Veins
310(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
312(2)
The Cardiovascular System: Vessels and Circulation
314(20)
Microscopic Comparison of Typical Arteries and Veins
314(2)
Observation of Pulmonary Circulation
316(2)
Observation of the Systemic Circulation: Systemic Arteries
318(7)
The Aortic Arch
319(1)
The Subclavian Arteries
319(1)
Carotid Arteries and Blood Supply to the Brain
319(2)
The Descending Aorta
321(2)
Arteries of the Pelvis and Lower Extremities
323(2)
Observation of the Systemic Circulation: Systemic Veins
325(5)
Venous Return from the Cranium
327(1)
Superficial Veins of the Head and Neck
328(1)
Venous Return from the Upper Extremities
328(1)
Formation of the Superior Vena Cava
328(1)
The Inferior Vena Cava
329(1)
Veins Draining the Lower Extremity
329(1)
Veins Draining the Pelvis
330(1)
Veins Draining the Abdomen
330(1)
Observation of the Hepatic Portal System
330(2)
Observation of the Circulatory System at Birth
332(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
333(1)
The Lymphatic System
334(10)
Components of the Lymphatic System
334(2)
Microscopic Identification of Lymphatic Vessels
336(1)
Relationship of Lymphatic Ducts and Circulatory System
337(1)
Microscopic Identification of Lymphoid Nodules (Peyer's Patch)
338(1)
Microscopic Identification of Lymph Node
339(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Thymus
340(1)
Observation of the Spleen
340(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Spleen
341(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
342(2)
The Respiratory System
344(18)
Structures of the Respiratory System
344(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Respiratory Epithelium
345(1)
Observation of the Nose, Nasal Cavity and Pharynx
346(2)
Observation of the Larynx
348(1)
Observation of the Trachea and Primary Bronchi
349(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Respiratory Epithelium of the Trachea
351(1)
Observation of Superficial Anatomy of the Lungs
351(4)
Microscopic Identification of Lung Tissue
355(1)
Observation of the Bronchopulmonary Segments of the Lungs
356(1)
Observation of the Respiratory Muscles
357(2)
Dissection of the Respiratory System in the Cat
359(2)
Anatomical Identification Review
361(1)
The Digestive System
362(29)
Structures of the Digestive System
362(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Histological Organization of the Digestive Tube
364(2)
Observations of the Serous (Peritoneal) Membranes
366(1)
Observation of Oral (Buccal) Cavity Structures and Pharynx
367(2)
Observation of the Salivary Glands
369(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Salivary Glands
370(1)
Observation of Teeth (Gross Structure)
371(1)
Observation of the Esophagus
372(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Esophagus
372(1)
Gross Anatomy of the Stomach
373(3)
Microscopic Identification of the Stomach
376(1)
Gross Anatomy of the Small Intestine
376(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Small Intestine Wall
378(2)
Observation of the Large Intestine
380(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Large Intestine
381(1)
Observation of the Liver and Gallbladder
381(3)
Microscopic Identification of the Organization of the Liver
384(1)
Observation of the Pancreas
384(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Pancreas
386(1)
Dissection of the Digestive System in the Cat
387(3)
Anatomical Identification Review
390(1)
The Urinary System
391(15)
Organization of the Urinary System
391(3)
Observation of Kidney Structure
394(1)
Observation of the Circulation Pattern in the Kidney
395(3)
Observation of the Nephron of the Kidney
398(1)
Microscopic Identification of Cortical and Juxtamedullary Nephrons
399(1)
Organs Responsible for the Conduction and Storage of Urine
399(2)
Ureters
399(1)
Urinary Bladder
400(1)
Urethra
400(1)
Microscopic Identification of Ureter
401(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Urinary Bladder
402(1)
Microscopic Identification of Urethra
403(1)
Dissection of the Urinary System in the Cat
404(1)
Anatomical Identification Review
405(1)
The Reproductive System
406(24)
Observation of the Male Reproductive System
406(3)
Observation of Scrotum, Spermatic Cord, Testes, Epididymis, and Ductus Deferens
409(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Testes
411(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Epididymis
411(1)
Microscopic Identification of Spermatozoa
412(1)
Observation of the Accessory Glands: Seminal Vesicles, Prostate and Bulbourethral
413(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Accessory Glands: Seminal Vesicles, Prostate and Bulbourethral
414(2)
The Penis
416(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Penis
417(1)
Observation of the Female Reproductive System
418(1)
Observation of the Ovaries and Uterine Tubes
419(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Ovary
420(1)
Microscopic Identification of Uterine Tube
421(1)
Observation of the Uterus and Vagina
422(2)
Microscopic Identification of the Uterus
424(1)
Microscopic Identification of the Vagina
424(1)
The Female External Genitalia
425(1)
The Mammary Glands
426(1)
Dissection of the Reproductive System in the Cat
427(3)
Anatomical Identification Review
430


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