By Kent M. Van De Graaff, David A. Morton, John L. Crawley
This full-color atlas is designed for all scholars taking separate or built-in classes in human anatomy and body structure. This atlas can accompany and increase any human anatomy, human body structure or mixed human anatomy and body structure textbook. it truly is designed to be of specific worth to scholars in a laboratory state of affairs and will both accompany a laboratory guide or, in yes classes, it may well function the laboratory guide.
Great care has long gone into the practise of this photographic atlas to supply scholars with an entire set of photos for every of the human physique platforms. Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection also are integrated for these scholars who've the chance to do comparable dissections as a part of their laboratory requirement. moreover, pictures of a sheep center dissection also are integrated.
A visible stability is completed among a number of the degrees to be had to watch the constitution of the physique. thoroughly categorised, informative figures are depicted truly and safely. The phrases utilized in this atlas are those who are authorized and instructed by way of the Basle Nomina Anatomica (BNA).
Some of the adjustments for this new version comprise a brand new paintings application, new vertebrate dissection photos (new specimens have been dissected to acquire greater caliber photos of the muscular and organ systems), and a brand new complete web page center valve/cardiac cycle determine. 3-hole drilled.
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Posterior sacral foramina 4. 33 An anterior view of the sacrum and coccyx. Sacrum 6. Coccyx foramina 3. Sacral ala 7. Apex of sacrum 4. Base of sacrum 8. Coccygeal cornu 5. Xiphoid process 1 2 of the rib cage. Floating ribs (inferior two pairs of false ribs) 9. 36 A posterior view of the rib cage. 1. Intercostal spaces 3. Transverse process of 4. Angle of rib thoracic vertebra 5. Body of rib 4 5 6 3 5. Superior articular process 6. Auricular surface 7. 37 A rib. 1. Superior border 2. Articulation site for costal cartilage 4.
Intervetebral disc 9. 34 A posterior sacrum and coccyx. Superior portion of sacral canal 2. Sacral ala 3. Posterior sacral foramina 4. 33 An anterior view of the sacrum and coccyx. Sacrum 6. Coccyx foramina 3. Sacral ala 7. Apex of sacrum 4. Base of sacrum 8. Coccygeal cornu 5. Xiphoid process 1 2 of the rib cage. Floating ribs (inferior two pairs of false ribs) 9. 36 A posterior view of the rib cage. 1. Intercostal spaces 3. Transverse process of 4. Angle of rib thoracic vertebra 5. Body of rib 4 5 6 3 5.
Spongy bone spongy bone 4. Compact bone 8. Spongy bone 5. 5 An inferior view of the clavicle. 1. Conoid tubercle 3. Sternal extremity 2. 4 A posterior view of the right scapula. 1. Superior angle 6. Inferior angle 2. Spine 8. Glenoid fossa 4. Infraspinous fossa 9. Lateral (axillary) border 5. 6 The right humerus. (a) Anterior view (b) Posterior view. 1. Greater tubercle 10. Surgical neck 2. Intertubercular groove 11. Posterior body 3. Lesser tubercle (shaft) of humerus 4. Deltoid tuberosity 12.