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The clarity and beauty of the artwork from master anatomical illustrator Frank Netter, MD are now adapted for you to color and outline as you learn and study the human body. Trace arteries, veins, and nerves through their courses and bifurcations; reinforce your understanding of muscle origins and insertions from multiple views and dissection layers; and develop a better understanding of the integration of individual organs in the workings of each body system. This book is a fun and memorable learning tool that provides an active learning experience for the reader. Whether you are taking an anatomy course or just curious about how the body works, let the art of Netter guide you!
Table of Contents
|Orientation and Introduction|
|Body Planes and Terms of Relationship|
|Bone Structure and Classification|
|External Features of the Skull|
|Internal Features of the Skull|
|Mandible and Temporomandibular Joint|
|Cervical and Thoracic Vertebrae|
|Lumbar, Sacral and Coccygeal Vertebrae|
|Joints and Ligaments of the Spine|
|Pectoral Girdle and Arm|
|Forearm and Elbow Joint|
|Wrist and Hand|
|Wrist and Finger Joints and Movements|
|Thigh and Leg Bones|
|Bones of the Ankle and Foot|
|Ankle and Foot Joints|
|Muscles of Facial Expression|
|Muscles of Mastication|
|Muscles of the Tongue and Palate|
|Muscles of the Pharynx and Swallowing|
|Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx and Phonation|
|Muscles of the Neck|
|Superficial and Intermediate Back Muscles|
|Deep (Intrinsic) Back Muscles|
|Thoracic Wall Muscles|
|Anterior Abdominal Wall Muscles|
|Muscles of the Male Inguinal Region|
|Muscles of the Posterior Abdominal Wall|
|Muscles of the Pelvis|
|Muscles of the Perineum|
|Posterior Shoulder Muscles|
|Anterior Shoulder Muscles|
|Pronation and Supination of the Radioulnar Joints|
|Anterior Forearm Muscles|
|Posterior Forearm Muscles|
|Intrinsic Hand Muscles|
|Summary of Upper Limb Muscles|
|Posterior Thigh Muscles|
|Anterior Thigh Muscles|
|Medial Thigh Muscles|
|Anterior and Lateral Leg Muscles|
|Posterior Leg Muscles|
|Intrinsic Foot Muscles|
|Summary of Lower Limb Muscles|
|Types of Synapses|
|Midsagittal and Basal Brain Anatomy|
|Spinal Cord I|
|Spinal Cord II|
|Spinal and Peripheral Nerves|
|Sympathetic Division of the ANS|
|Parasympathetic Division of the ANS|
|Enteric Nervous System|
|Visual System I|
|Visual System II|
|Auditory and Vestibular Systems I|
|Auditory and Vestibular Systems II|
|Taste and Olfaction|
|Composition of Blood|
|Features of Arteries, Capillaries and Veins|
|Head and Neck Arteries|
|Arteries of the Brain|
|Veins of the Head and Neck|
|Arteries of the Upper Limb|
|Arteries of the Lower Limb|
|The Thoracic and Abdominal Aorta|
|Arteries of the Gastrointestinal Tract|
|Arteries of the Pelvis and Perineum|
|Veins of the Thorax|
|Veins of the Abdominopelvic Cavity|
|Veins of the Upper Limb|
|Veins of the Lower Limb|
|General Organization of the Lymphatic System|
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