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By Herbert H. Srebnik Ph.D. (auth.)

Anatomy, to make certain, is the fundamental starting place of medical perform, however it is far greater than that. at the beginning, anatomy is a organic technological know-how. there's order and common sense to the association of the human physique and the association of its components. And, as all sciences, anatomy bargains problem and discovery.

Concepts in Anatomy isn't a textbook, yet extra of a quick guide that's selective instead of encyclopedic in scope, perception instead of specific in its process. It stresses common ideas, with the intention to reduce rote studying, and it presents order and course to the learn of gross anatomy. Anatomy is inherently complex and complicated; this quantity is helping you're making experience of it in a fashion that still goals to encourage its examine. Richly illustrated with unique drawings, Concepts in Anatomy is a helpful source for a person presently learning or educating the topic, or as a reference for complex researchers.

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In the trunk, where spinal nerves T2 through Ll distribute segmentally, dermatomes form overlapping bands that encircle the trunk horizontally between the manubriosternal junction (T2) and pubic symphysis (Ll). To help you visualize the "dermatome map" (Fig. 3), remember that the dermatome crossing the umbilicus belongs to spinal nerve T1 O. Note, again, that both rami participate in formatting a trunk dermatome-anterior rami by way of anterior and lateral cutaneous nerves, and posterior rami via a posterior cutaneous nerve.

2 . ·'~" .. 3-·~ . ". ~. 3: Somite embryo (cross-section and forward projection) CONCEPTS IN ANATOMY 26 \ I \ I I I I \ ~ " .... -' I 1. Neural groove 2. Neural fold 3. Neural crest cells : @. Ii :1: - i::: .. " . , I ..... • ~ ~ : I ~ \::. ~ ~,:®. '~ ~:. ~~·. ' . ". b. ' ~ ~ ~ I> I /I I c. Sa-d: Neural tube formation (cross-sections) Chapter 5 MUSCULOSKELETAL ANATOMY Transverse segmentation of the paraxial mesodenn late in the third week of human development imposes a pattern of periodicity, or metamerism, on the embryo.

The cranial root, also known as the bulbar portion of N. XI, is accessory to N. X, the vagus, and will be discussed with that nerve. XII The hypoglossal (below-the-tongue) nerve (N. , those that are built into the organ or intrinsic to it, and those that are extrinsic to it. Having adopted this guiding principle, you need to remember only the exception: m. palatoglossus, an extrinsic muscle of the tongue, is innervated not by N. XII, but by the accessory root of N. XI. All extrinsic tongue muscles, incidentally, are instantly identifiable as such by having glossus attached to their name.

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