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Chapter-01 General Anatomy by Sawant VG (2013) Edition : 3/e

Anterial anastomosis, Arteries, Cavernous tissues, Classification of bones, Elastic ligaments, Enumerate elastic cartilages, Enumerate fibrocartilages, Enumerate hyaline cartilages, Enumerate tortuous arteries, Functional classification of blood vessels, Functions of articular discs, Functions of bones, Functions of the intervertebral discs, Fusion of arteri... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by Ghosh Byas Deb (2013) Edition : 2/e

This chapter offers an introduction to human anatomy. Human anatomy is the science which deals with the study of the structures and their arrangements in the human body. Microscopical anatomy deals with the study of cells and intercellular structures under microscope. Embryology or developmental anatomy is that part of anatomy which deals with the study of d... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by Rawlani Shivlal, Rawlani Shobha (2013) Edition : 2/e

This chapter focuses on human anatomy. Human anatomy is the science which deals with the structure of human body. Anatomy forms firm foundation of the whole art of medicine and introduces the student to the greater part of medical terminology. Paris Nomina Anatomica (PNA) is the internationally accepted terminology for anatomical descriptions, which was rati... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by BS Manjunatha, Hinduja Dharam (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter provides an introduction to the dental anatomy. It is the branch of dentistry which deals with gross structure, mainly the morphology of the tooth and its associated parts. Dental anatomy not only includes the study of tooth morphology, but also involves roots, pulp chambers, crown contours, contacts and embrasures associated with the crowns of ... [More]

Chapter-01 Pectoral Region and Axilla by Krishnamurti A, Gunasegaran JP (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses pectoral region and axilla. The axilla may be regarded as a four sided pyramid whose truncated apex is situated between the clavicle, upper border of scapula and outer border of first rib. Nerves supplying the upper limb descend from the lower part of the neck through the apex of the axilla. These nerves form the brachial plexus. This ... [More]

Chapter-01 Scalp by Aftab Aafreen, Khurana Nagesh (2013) Edition : 1/e

Scalp is a soft tissue covering the skull and extended into anterior, posterior and lateral skull. The scalp consists of five layers that is skin, connective tissue, aponeurosis, loose areolar tissue and periosteum. There is a dangerous layer of scalp as it lodges the emissary veins which do not have valves. The emissary veins connect the extracranial veins ... [More]

Chapter-02 Connective Tissue by Rawlani Shivlal, Rawlani Shobha (2013) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses connective tissue. Connective tissue is one of the most abundant and widely distributed tissue of the body. The cellular components of connective tissue plays the role of active defence. Whereas the extracellular components or fibers and ground substance serves a number of mechanical functions of support and protection against the mech... [More]

Chapter-02 Definitions and Meaning of Terms Used in Dental Anatomy by BS Manjunatha, Hinduja Dharam (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses definitions and meaning of terms used in dental anatomy. Dentition is defined as the arrangement of natural teeth (single or multiple sets) or artificial dentures in the mouth of an individual. Human beings have two sets of dentition. Dental arch is that part of the jaw which gives attachment to the root portion of teeth and is held in... [More]

Chapter-02 Face by Aftab Aafreen, Khurana Nagesh (2013) Edition : 1/e

Face is extended into superior region consisting of hair lines of scalp, inferior region consisting of chin and base of mandible and lateral region consisting of tragus of ear on both sides. The face is divided into two layers of soft tissue that is skin, which is supplied with blood vessels, sweat and sebaceous glands, and subcutaneous tissue that consists ... [More]

Chapter-02 Front of Arm and Cubital Fossa by Krishnamurti A, Gunasegaran JP (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses front of arm and cubital fossa. It will be observed that the anterior compartment of the arm contains the flexor muscles, i.e. coracobrachialis, biceps and brachialis which are innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve. The biceps muscle passes over both shoulder and elbow joints and consequently has actions on both these joints whereas... [More]