Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors

Author: Harold Ellis

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  • ISBN: 9781118373774
  • Author: Harold Ellis
  • Publ Date: 2013-10-25
  • Edition: 13
  • Pages: 500
  • Imprint: WILEY *#
  • Status: ACT
  • ID - 193219

Table of Contents :


Preface to the Thirteenth Edition, xiii
Preface to the First Edition, xv
Acknowledgements to the Thirteenth Edition, xvii
Acknowledgements to the First Edition, xix
About the Companion Website, xxi
Part 1: The Thorax
Introduction, 3
Surface anatomy and surface markings, 3
The trachea, 4
The pleura, 4
The lungs, 6
The heart, 6
The thoracic cage, 7
The thoracic vertebrae, 7
The ribs, 8
The costal cartilages, 11
The sternum, 11
The intercostal spaces, 12
The diaphragm, 14
The pleurae, 19
The lower respiratory tract, 20
The trachea, 20
The bronchi, 25
The lungs, 25
The mediastinum, 30
The pericardium, 30
The heart, 31
The superior mediastinum, 46
The thymus, 46
The oesophagus, 47
The thoracic duct, 50
The thoracic sympathetic trunk, 52
On the examination of a chest radiograph, 55
Radiographic appearance of the heart, 56
Part 2: The Abdomen and Pelvis
Surface anatomy and surface markings, 61
Vertebral levels, 61
Surface markings of individual viscera, 63
The fasciae and muscles of the abdominal wall, 64
Fasciae of the abdominal wall, 64
The muscles of the anterior abdominal wall, 65
The anatomy of abdominal incisions, 67
The inguinal canal, 70
Peritoneal cavity, 72
Intraperitoneal fossae, 76
The subphrenic spaces, 76
The gastrointestinal tract, 77
The stomach, 77
The duodenum, 82
Small intestine, 85
Large intestine, 86
The appendix, 87
The rectum, 89
Arterial supply of the intestine, 94
The portal system of veins, 95
Lymph drainage of the intestine, 96
The structure of the alimentary canal, 97
The development of the intestine and its congenital abnormalities, 98
The gastrointestinal adnexae: liver, gall bladder and its ducts, pancreas and spleen, 101
The liver, 101
The biliary system, 106
The gall bladder, 107
The pancreas, 110
The spleen, 112
The urinary tract, 114
The kidneys, 114
The ureter, 118
The embryology and congenital abnormalities of the kidney and ureter, 119
The bladder, 121
The urethra, 124
The male genital organs, 125
The prostate, 125
The scrotum, 128
Testis and epididymis, 129
Vas deferens (ductus deferens), 133
The seminal vesicles, 134
The bony and ligamentous pelvis, 134
The os innominatum, 134
The sacrum, 135
The coccyx, 136
The functions of the pelvis, 136
Joints and ligamentous connections of the pelvis, 137
Differences between the male and female pelvis, 137
Obstetrical pelvic measurements, 138
Variations of the pelvic shape, 139
Sacral (caudal) anaesthesia, 142
The muscles of the pelvic floor and perineum, 143
The anterior (urogenital) perineum, 144
The posterior (anal) perineum, 146
The female genital organs, 147
The vulva, 147
The vagina, 148
The uterus, 150
The Fallopian tubes, 154
The ovary, 156
The endopelvic fascia and the pelvic ligaments, 157
Vaginal examination, 158
Embryology of the Fallopian tubes, uterus and vagina, 159
The posterior abdominal wall, 161
The suprarenal glands, 162
Abdominal aorta, 163
Inferior vena cava, 164
Lumbar sympathetic chain, 166
Computed axial tomography, 167
Part 3: The Upper Limb
Surface anatomy and surface markings of the upper limb, 171
Bones and joints, 171
Muscles and tendons, 172
Vessels, 172
Nerves, 176
The bones and joints of the upper limb, 177
The scapula, 177
The clavicle, 177
The humerus, 179
The radius and ulna, 180
The bones of the hand, 183
The shoulder joint, 185
The elbow joint, 190
The wrist joint, 193
The joints of the hand, 194
Three important zones of the upper limb: the axilla, the cubital fossa and the carpal tunnel, 197
The axilla, 197
The cubital fossa, 197
The carpal tunnel, 199
The arteries of the upper limb, 199
The axillary artery, 199
The brachial artery, 200
The radial artery, 200
The ulnar artery, 201
The brachial plexus, 201
The segmental cutaneous supply of the upper limb, 203
The course and distribution of the principal nerves of the upper limb, 205
The axillary nerve, 205
The radial nerve, 205
The musculocutaneous nerve, 206
The ulnar nerve, 207
The median nerve, 208
Compartments of the upper limb, 209
Compartments in the segments of the upper limb, 209
Compartment syndrome, 210
The female breast, 210
Structure, 210
Blood supply, 211
Lymphatic drainage, 211
Development, 213
The anatomy of upper limb deformities, 214
The spaces of the hand, 218
The superficial pulp space of the fingers, 218
The ulnar and radial bursae and the synovial tendon sheaths of the fingers, 219
Part 4: The Lower Limb
The surface anatomy and surface markings of the lower limb, 225
Bones and joints, 225
Bursae of the lower limb, 226
Mensuration in the lower limb, 226
Muscles and tendons, 229
Vessels, 230
Nerves, 233
The bones and joints of the lower limb, 235
The os innominatum, 235
The femur, 235
The patella, 240
The tibia, 242
The fibula, 244
A note on growing ends and nutrient foramina in the long bones, 244
The bones of the foot, 245
The hip joint, 245
The knee joint, 250
The tibiofibular joints, 253
The ankle joint, 253
The joints of the foot, 256
The arches of the foot, 256
The anatomy of walking, 258
Three important zones of the lower limb: the femoral triangle, adductor canal and popliteal fossa, 259
The femoral triangle, 259
The adductor canal (of Hunter) or subsartorial canal, 263
The popliteal fossa, 264
The arteries of the lower limb, 266
Femoral artery, 266
Popliteal artery, 267
Posterior tibial artery, 268
Anterior tibial artery, 269
The veins of the lower limb, 269
The course and distribution of the principal nerves of the lower limb, 272
The lumbar plexus, 272
The sacral plexus, 273
The sciatic nerve, 276
The tibial nerve, 277
The common peroneal (fi bular) nerve, 278
Segmental cutaneous supply of the lower limb, 279
Compartments of the lower limb, 279
Compartments in the segments of the lower limb, 281
Compartment syndrome, 282
Part 5: The Head and Neck
The surface anatomy of the neck, 285
Introduction, 285
The fascial compartments of the neck, 287
Tissue planes and fascial layers in the anterior part of neck, 287
The thyroid gland, 290
The parathyroid glands, 294
The palate, 296
The development of the face, lips and palate with special reference to their congenital deformities, 297
The tongue and floor of the mouth, 299
The tongue, 299
The floor of the mouth, 303
The pharynx, 304
The nasopharynx, 304
The oropharynx, 306
The palatine tonsils, 306
The laryngopharynx, 308
The mechanism of deglutition, 310
The larynx, 312
The salivary glands, 318
The parotid gland, 318
The submandibular gland, 320
The sublingual gland, 321
The major arteries of the head and neck, 322
The common carotid arteries, 322
The external carotid artery, 322
The internal carotid artery, 324
The subclavian arteries, 327
The veins of the head and neck, 329
The cerebral venous system, 329
The venous sinuses of the dura, 329
The internal jugular vein, 332
The subclavian vein, 333
The lymph nodes of the neck, 335
The cervical sympathetic trunk, 337
The branchial system and its derivatives, 339
Branchial cyst and fistula, 339
The surface anatomy and surface markings of the head, 341
The scalp, 342
The skull, 343
Floor of the cranial cavity, 346
Development, 347
The paranasal sinuses (accessory nasal sinuses), 349
The frontal sinuses, 350
The maxillary sinus (antrum of Highmore), 350
The ethmoid sinuses, 352
The sphenoidal sinuses, 353
The mandible, 353
The temporomandibular joint, 354
The teeth, 355
The vertebral column, 356
The cervical vertebrae, 357
The thoracic vertebrae, 359
The lumbar vertebrae, 359
The sacrum, 360
The coccyx, 360
The intervertebral joints, 360
Part 6: The Nervous System
Introduction, 365
The brain, 365
The brainstem, 365
The cerebellum, 368
The diencephalon, 370
The pituitary gland (hypophysis cerebri), 372
The cerebral hemispheres, 374
The membranes of the brain and spinal cord (the meninges), 385
The ventricular system and the cerebrospinal fl uid circulation, 386
The spinal cord, 390
Age differences, 393
The membranes of the cord (the meninges), 394
The cranial nerves, 397
The olfactory nerve (I), 398
The optic nerve (II) and the visual pathway, 398
The oculomotor nerve (III), 401
The trochlear nerve (IV), 403
The trigeminal nerves (V), 403
The abducent nerve (VI), 409
The facial nerve (VII), 409
The auditory (vestibulocochlear) nerve (VIII), 412
The glossopharyngeal nerve (IX), 412
The vagus nerve (X), 413
The accessory nerve (XI), 415
The hypoglossal nerve (XII), 416
The special senses, 417
The nose, 417
The ear, 419
The eye and associated structures, 423
The autonomic nervous system, 428
The sympathetic system, 431
The sympathetic trunk, 432
The parasympathetic system, 436
Glossary of eponyms, 439
Index, 445

Description:

THE THIRTEENTH EDITION OF THE CLASSIC TEXTBOOK, FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1960 Written by one of the great teachers of anatomy, the thirteenth edition of Clinical Anatomy continues to provide thousands of medical students, postgraduate trainees and junior doctors across the world with essential anatomical information within a clinical setting. It is particularly appropriate for those preparing for the Intercollegiate Membership Examination of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons (I-MRCS). Professor Harold Ellis is again joined by Professor Vishy Mahadevan to provide detailed, easy-to-follow structured text suitable for anatomy students and trainees of all levels. Fully revised and updated with many new illustrations, this new edition features for the first time, several anatomical drawings overlaid on a living anatomy model to provide detailed topographical orientation and accurate surface representation. The companion website at www.ellisclinicalanatomy.co.uk/13edition contains digital flashcards of all the illustrations and photographs contained in the book - ideal for revision and teaching purposes.

Author Biography:

Harold Ellis Clinical Anatomist, Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School ofBiomedical Sciences Emeritus Professor of Surgery, Charing Cross and WestminsterMedical School, London Formerly Examiner in Anatomy, Primary FRCS (Eng) Vishy Mahadevan Barbers' Company Professor of Anatomy & Professor ofSurgical Anatomy, The Royal College of Surgeons of England,London Member of the Court of Examiners, RCS England


 

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