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Chapter-01 General Introduction by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_1      

This chapter discusses about the anatomical terminology, structures encountered in dissection, dissection, instruments and their usage, and dissection methodology. Anatomical position is described as one where the person stands upright with the upper limbs hanging by the sides and the palms facing forwards. Supination is where the palm lies in normal anatomi... [More]

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Chapter-01 Head and Neck by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11569_1      

This chapter provides detail description of dissection of head and neck. Chapter has 92 well illustrated diagrams and pictures. Superficial dissection of head, neck, deep dissection of head, posterior triangle, face, scalp, temporal region, infratemporal region, inlet of thorax, cranial cavity, orbit, nose, mouth, pharynx, larynx, eye ball, anterior triangle... [More]

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Chapter-02 Central Nervous System by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11569_2      

This chapter provides detail description of dissection of brain and spinal cord. Chapter has 47 well illustrated diagrams and pictures. Spinal cord with its internal structure, brain with its internal structure and blood supply, brain stem, diencephalon, cerebellum, cerebrum, limbic system, ventricles and sections of forebrain are described in detail with th... [More]

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Chapter-02 Upper Limb by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_2      

This chapter discusses about the upper limb which is an appendage of the trunk. The pectoral girdle with the clavicle and scapula forms the bony framework of the shoulder region. The girdle with its musculature attaches the limb to the trunk. The upper limb is attached to the anterior aspect of the chest by clavicle and the pectoral muscles. The mammary glan... [More]

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Chapter-03 Thorax by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_3      

This chapter discusses about the thoracic wall, pleural cavity, anterior mediastinum, middle mediastinum, superior mediastinum and posterior mediastinum. Thorax is the upper part of the trunk, where the bones form the outer thoracic cage and the organs are located inside. All the joints of the ribs with the vertebrae are plane synovial joints. The costochond... [More]

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Chapter-04 Abdomen by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_4      

This chapter discusses about the abdomen which is the lower, most extensive part of the trunk, where the lower thoracic cage protects the abdomen superiorly. It is occupied by three layers of muscle and the fascia separating them. Erector spinae muscle is the extensor muscle of the vertebral column, and extends from the sacrum to the occiput. Fundiform ligam... [More]

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Chapter-05 Pelvis and Perineum by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_5      

This chapter discusses about the bony pelvis which is made up of two hip bones and a central sacrum. The false pelvis supports the lower abdominal viscera, whereas the true pelvis lodges the pelvic organs of the urogenital system and the rectum and anal canal of the gastrointestinal tract. Obturator foramen is a big gap in the bony pelvis, but is closed by t... [More]

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Chapter-06 Lower Limb by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_6      

This chapter discusses about the lower limb which is attached to the trunk by the pelvic girdle. The tibia and fibula form the skeleton of the leg. The interosseous membrane unites these two bones to each other and movement is not feasible. Bony points on the hip bone include anterior superior iliac spine, anterior inferior iliac spine, iliac crest, iliac tu... [More]

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Chapter-07 Head and Neck by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_7      

This chapter discusses about the head and neck, where skull forms the skeleton of the head, and the neck is the part connecting the head with the thorax below. Scalp is the region on the top of the skull. Anteriorly it extends up to the superior orbital margin. Superficial temporal artery pulsations can be felt in front of the external ear, above the zygomat... [More]

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Chapter-08 Central Nervous System by Kiran Sujatha (2012) Edition : 1/e
DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11714_8      

This chapter discusses about the central nervous system, CNS where spinal cord from the vertebral canal along with the meninges, and glial cells constitute the connective tissue of the CNS. The anterior spinal, posterior spinal and the vasa corona send central perpendicular branches to supply the substance. Gray matter is made up of cell bodies and is locate... [More]