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Anand’s Human Anatomy for Dental Students by Anand Mahindra Kumar (2012) Edition : 3/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/11718   ISBN:9789350255032

The book entitled “anand’s Human Anatomy for Dental Students” explains the general human anatomy and the organization of our body. The textbook presents with six sections. The first section deals with the general and systemic anatomy like skeletal system, muscular system, digestive system, urinary system, etc., with their clinical significance. The head and ... [More]

Anand’s Human Anatomy for Dental Students
Chapter-001 Anatomy—Past, Present and Future by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

Anatomy is a branch of medical science concerned with the study of structural organisation of the body. The history of human anatomy occupies an important position in 19th and 20th centuries. The development of anatomy can be divided into various eras (Greek and Roman) and centuries. There was no progress in science and arts in Europe in the period called da... [More]

Chapter-002 Basic Tissues of the Body by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

Man is a complex multicellular organism and shows five levels of structural organisations in the body, namely cells, tissues, organs, organ system and organisms (entire human being). Epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscular tissue and neural tissue are the four types of basic tissues in the human body. Epithelial tissue lines the internal and the exter... [More]

Chapter-003 Cartilage, Bones and Joints by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

The cartilage and the bone are the special type of connective tissue. The cartilage is composed of cartilage cells (chondroblasts and chondrocytes) and intercellular matrix (ground substance and fibers). Perichondrium is the outer covering of cartilage. Hyaline cartilage, elastic cartilage and fibrocartilage are the histological types of cartilage. Bone or o... [More]

Chapter-004 Vascular Tissue and Lymphatic Tissue by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

The vascular tissue is a component of cardiovascular system. Heart is the central pump for both systemic and pulmonary circulations. The wall of the blood vessel is made up of three tunics namely tunica adventitia, tunica media and tunica intima. The function of arteries is to carry blood away from heart under high pressure, which includes large-sized arteri... [More]

Chapter-005 Skin, Hypodermis and Deep Fascia by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

Skin is the outermost covering of the body. It is a widest organ and performs various functions in the body such as regulation of body temperatue, it serves as a sensory organ, it acts like an excretory organ, etc. Epidermis and dermis are the layers of the skin derived from ectoderm and mesoderm respectively. There are mainly three types of glands are prese... [More]

Chapter-006 Descriptive Anatomical Terms by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

Anatomical position is described as the position of a person standing erect, looking directly forwards, with arms resting by the side of the body, feet together and palms facing forwards and so on. Different anatomical terms such as superior/cranial, inferior/caudal, anterior/ ventral, etc., are tabulated. Supine position, prone position, lateral position an... [More]

Chapter-007 General Embryology and Genetics by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

Fusion of sperm and oocyte gives rise to the formation of zygote. A typical human cell contains 46 chromosomes. Gametogenesis is the formation of gamets which occur in two forms, in males by spermatogenesis and in female by oogenesis. Fertilization is a process of fusion of egg and sperm, which normally takes place in the ampulla of uterine tube. Yolk sac, a... [More]

Chapter-008 Clinicoanatomical Problems and Solutions by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses on four clinical cases and comprises of questions and solutions related to clinicoanatomical problems. Case 1 is of ectopic pregnancy, where 25-year-old woman was rushed to the hospital because of intense lower abdominal pain. Vaginal examination revealed early pregnancy and ultrasound of pelvic cavity showed empty uterus and fluid in ... [More]

Chapter-009 Bones of Upper Extremity by Kulkarni Neeta V (2012) Edition : 2/e

The clavicle or collar bone is the long bone present at the junction of the pectoral region and posterior triangle of the neck. It is presented with a shaft and two ends, sternal and acromial, where sternal end is larger in size. The scapula is a flat triangular bone located on the posterior thoracic wall. Humerus is the long bone of the arm articulating wit... [More]