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Chapter-01 Embryology by Kadasne DK (2011) Edition : 1/e

Intrauterine development of an individual can be studied under embryology. Intrauterine development has two stages: Embryonic stage and fetal period. Embryonic stage covers first two months where as fetal stage starts from third month to the birth. Organs and different systems of the body are developed during the embryonic stage. Ontogeny and phylogeny are r... [More]

Chapter-01 Osteology of Head, Neck and the Face by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

Forehead is formed by the frontal bone. Frontal eminences are placed above the orbital openings. Below and between the orbital openings is the anterior nasal aperture. Nasal opening is bounded by the maxillae and nasal bones. Alveolar margin and norma verticalis are explained. Norma lateralis is formed by nine bones, namely—the frontal, parietal, occipital, ... [More]

Chapter-01 Osteology of the Superior Limb by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

Bones of the superior limb are described. Functions of the bone in general are mentioned and classification of the bones is given. The joint is defined and their classification given. Haversian canals, Volkman’s canals, Anatomical carrying angle, Clinical carrying angle, Surgical neck of humerus, Supracondyler fracture, Colles’ fracture, Dinner fork deformit... [More]

   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/10432_1      

Synopsis on osteology of thorax, Abdomen and pelvis, Cauda-equina, Cervical rib, Coccydynia, Coccyx, Eleventh and twelfth ribs, External cardiac massage, First rib, First thoracic vertebra, Lateral surface of the sacrum, Lumbar canal stenosis, Myocardial damage, Neck of the first rib, Sacrum, Sex difference in the sacrum, Spina bifida, Spondylolisthesis, Ste... [More]

Chapter-02 Abc of Genetics by Kadasne DK (2011) Edition : 1/e

This chapter explains basic terms used in the field of genetics. Genes is the most important unit in the genetics. Genes are the basic units of heredity which are made up of DNA. The position of gene on chromosome is called locus. Genetic constitution of an individual is the genotype where as physical or biochemical expression of the genotype refers to pheno... [More]

Chapter-02 Pelvis by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

Pelvis, Boundaries of the true pelvis, Caudal (sacral) anaesthesia, Contents of the pelvic cavity in female, Contents of the pelvic cavity in male, Diagonal conjugate, Digonal conjugate, Direction of the pelvic cavity, Division of pelvis, Muscles of the pelvic walls, Pelvic injuries, Pelvic inlet, Pelvic outlet, Plane of inlet, Plane of outlet, Planes of pel... [More]

Chapter-02 Pterygopalatine Fossa by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

Pterygopalatine fossa is situated at the apex of the orbit. Anterior wall is formed by the posterior surface of the body of maxilla. Lateral wall presents pterygomaxillary fissures which connects it to the infratemporal fossa. Styloid process lies medial to the parotid gland. Infratemporal fossa contains the lateral and the medial pterygoid muscles, maxillar... [More]

Chapter-02 Superior Limb in General by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

Joint between the first metacarpal and the trapezium is important as all the movements of the thumb are projected here and hence the plane of the fingers and thumb make an angle of 90° with each other. The axilla is a pyramidal space situated between the thorax and upper part of the arm. Its base is directed downwards laterally and apex upwards and medially.... [More]

Chapter-03 Cervical Vertebrae by Kadasne DK (2009) Edition : 1/e

The first cervical vertebra is also known as atlas or ring vertebra. It presents two bulky lateral masses. These are connected anteriorly and posteriorly by means of a short anterior arch and long posterior arch. Lateral mass has an oval or kidney shaped articular area on the superior surface for articulation with the occipital condyles of the skull. Axis pr... [More]

   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11285_3      

Chromosomes are only visible during cell division as chromatin of the nucleus gets condensed. Karyotyping is the process by which classification of the chromosomes are made. Inheritance of information regarding formation of the tissues and organs of the body are done through chromosomes. Philadelphia chromosomes, nondysjunction, Turner’s syndrome, fragile si... [More]