Gray's Basic Anatomy - E-Book, 3rd Edition

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By Richard L. Drake, PhD, , A. Wayne Vogl, PhD, and Adam W. M. Mitchell, MB BS, FRCS, FRCR
ISBN
9780323834438
Publication Date
04-06-2022
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Developed in response to student and faculty feedback worldwide, Gray's Basic Anatomy is a concise, easy-to-read text known for its utility and clarity, relevant and accurate content, strong clinical focus, and interactive online features. Perfect for readers who need an efficient, high-yield anatomy text, the fully updated 3rd Edition covers the key anatomical concepts that students need to know, all superbly illustrated with full-color artwork. Using a progressive and accessible approach, it provides a practical foundation of anatomical knowledge in a time-saving, highly understandable manner.


Key Features
  • Offers readable, concise and complete anatomy coverage with true-to-life illustrations and useful clinical examples
  • Features fully revised and updated content throughout, including new non-binary information, equal coverage of male and female anatomy, and surface anatomy illustrations that reflect people of color.
  • Integrates anatomy with current modes of imaging, clinical material, and surface anatomy.
  • Includes a Conceptual Overview in each chapter that introduces readers to basic concepts of that region-now supplemented by additional simplified schematic diagrams for key structures.
  • Incorporates superb artwork that includes select views from the wider Gray's family of texts.
  • Contains updated classification of cranial nerves and new references to lymphatics associated with the central nervous system.
  • Features outstanding electronic ancillaries, including a new bonus e-chapter on neuroanatomy essentials, an interactive surface anatomy tool, self-assessment questions, additional clinical and PT cases, and more.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780323834438
Product Format Ebook
Publication Date 2022
Author Information By Richard L. Drake, PhD, , Director of Anatomy, Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; A. Wayne Vogl, PhD, , Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology, Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; and Adam W. M. Mitchell, MB BS, FRCS, FRCR, Lecturer, Interventional Fellow, Department of Interventional Radiology, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK
Table of Content

Contents
1  The Body

     What is anatomy? XXX
     How can gross anatomy be studied? XXX
     Important anatomical terms XXX
     Imaging XXX
     Diagnostic imaging techniques XXX
     Image interpretation XXX
     Plain radiography XXX
     Ultrasound XXX
     Computed tomography XXX
     Magnetic resonance imaging XXX
     Nuclear medicine imaging XXX
     Positron emission tomography XXX
     Image interpretation XXX
     Safety in imaging XXX
     Body systems XXX
     Skeletal system XXX
     Cartilage XXX
     Bone XXX
     Joints XXX
     Skin and fascias XXX
     Skin XXX
     Fascia XXX
     Muscular system XXX
     Cardiovascular system XXX
     Lymphatic system XXX
     Lymphatic vessels XXX
     Lymph nodes XXX
     Lymphatic trunks and ducts XXX
     Nervous system XXX
     Central nervous system XXX
     Functional subdivisions of the CNS XXX
     Other systems XXX
2  Back
     Regional anatomy XXX
     Skeletal framework XXX
     Vertebrae XXX
     Intervertebral foramina XXX
     Posterior spaces between vertebral arches XXX
     Curvatures of vertebral column XXX
     Joints XXX
     Joints between vertebrae in the back XXX
     Ligaments XXX
     Anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments XXX
     Ligamenta flava XXX
     Supraspinous ligament and ligamentum nuchae XXX
     Interspinous ligaments XXX
     Back musculature XXX
     Superficial group of back muscles XXX
     Intermediate group of back muscles XXX
     Deep group of back muscles XXX
     Thoracolumbar fascia XXX
     Spinal cord XXX
     Vasculature XXX
     Meninges XXX
     Arrangement of structures in the vertebral canal XXX
     Spinal nerves XXX
3   Thorax
     Regional anatomy XXX
     Pectoral region XXX
     Breast XXX
     Muscles of the pectoral region XXX
     Thoracic wall XXX
     Superior thoracic aperture XXX
     Inferior thoracic aperture XXX
     Skeletal framework XXX
     Intercostal spaces XXX
     Diaphragm XXX
     Venous drainage XXX
     Innervation XXX
     Movements of the thoracic wall and diaphragm during breathing XXX
     Pleural cavities XXX
     Pleura XXX
     Lungs XXX
     Mediastinum XXX
     Middle mediastinum XXX
     Superior mediastinum XXX
     Posterior mediastinum XXX
     Anterior mediastinum XXX
4  Abdomen
     Regional anatomy XXX
     Surface topography XXX
     Four-quadrant pattern XXX
     Nine-region pattern XXX
     Abdominal wall XXX
     Superficial fascia XXX
     Anterolateral muscles XXX
     Extraperitoneal fascia XXX
     Peritoneum XXX
     Innervation XXX
     Arterial supply and venous drainage XXX
     Lymphatic drainage XXX
     Groin XXX
     Inguinal canal XXX
     Abdominal viscera XXX
     Peritoneum XXX
     Peritoneal cavity XXX
     Organs XXX
     Arterial supply to the gastrointestinal tract XXX
     Venous drainage XXX
     Lymphatics XXX
     Innervation XXX
     Posterior abdominal region XXX
     Posterior abdominal wall XXX
     Viscera XXX
     Vasculature XXX
     Lymphatic system XXX
     Nervous system in the posterior abdominal region XXX
     Sympathetic trunks and splanchnic nerves XXX
5   Pelvis and Perineum
     Regional anatomy XXX
     Pelvis XXX
     Bones XXX
     Joints XXX
     Orientation XXX
     Gender differences XXX
     True pelvis XXX
     Viscera XXX
     Fascia XXX
     Peritoneum XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Blood vessels XXX
     Lymphatics XXX
     Perineum XXX
     Borders and ceiling XXX
     Ischio-anal fossae and their anterior recesses XXX
     Anal triangle XXX
     Urogenital triangle XXX
     Somatic nerves XXX
     Visceral nerves XXX
     Blood vessels XXX
     Veins XXX
      Lymphatics XXX
6   Lower Limb
     Regional anatomy XXX
     The Hip XXX
     Bony pelvis XXX
     Proximal femur XXX
     Hip joint XXX
     Gateways to the lower limb XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Arteries XXX
     Veins XXX
     Lymphatics XXX
     Deep fascia and the saphenous opening XXX
     Femoral triangle XXX
     Gluteal region XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Arteries XXX
     Veins XXX
     Lymphatics XXX
     Thigh XXX
     Bones XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Arteries XXX
     Veins XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Knee joint XXX
     Tibiofibular joint XXX
     Popliteal fossa XXX
     Leg XXX
     Bones XXX
     Joints XXX
     Posterior compartment of leg XXX
     Lateral compartment of leg XXX
     Anterior compartment of leg XXX
     Foot XXX
     Bones XXX
     Joints XXX
     Tarsal tunnel, retinacula, and arrangement of major structures at the ankle XXX
     Arches of the foot XXX
     Plantar aponeurosis XXX
     Fibrous sheaths of toes XXX
      Extensor hoods XXX
     Intrinsic muscles XXX
     Arteries XXX
     Veins XXX
     Nerves XXX
7   Upper Limb
     Regional anatomy XXX
     Shoulder XXX
     Bones XXX
     Joints XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Posterior scapular region XXX
     Gateways to the posterior scapular region XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Arteries and veins XXX
     Axilla XXX
     Axillary inlet XXX
     Anterior wall XXX
     Medial wall XXX
     Lateral wall XXX
     Posterior wall XXX
     Gateways in the posterior wall XXX
     Floor XXX
     Contents of the axilla XXX
     Arm XXX
     Bones XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Arteries and veins XXX
     Elbow joint XXX
     Cubital fossa XXX
     Forearm XXX
     Bones XXX
     Joints XXX
     Anterior compartment of the forearm XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Arteries and veins XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Posterior compartment of forearm XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Arteries and veins XXX
     Nerves XXX
     Hand XXX
     Bones XXX
      Joints XXX
     Carpal tunnel and structures at the wrist XXX
     Palmar aponeurosis XXX
     Anatomical snuffbox XXX
     Fibrous digital sheaths XXX
     Extensor hoods XXX
     Muscles XXX
     Arteries and veins XXX
     Nerves XXX
8   Head and Neck
     Regional anatomy XXX
    Head XXX
    Neck XXX
    Skull XXX
    Anterior view XXX
    Lateral view XXX
    Posterior view XXX
    Superior view XXX
    Inferior view XXX
    Cranial cavity XXX
    Roof XXX
    Floor XXX
    Meninges XXX
    Cranial dura mater XXX
    Arachnoid mater XXX
    Pia mater XXX
    Meningeal spaces XXX
    Brain and its blood supply XXX
    Brain XXX
    Blood supply XXX
    Venous drainage XXX
    Cranial nerves XXX
    Olfactory nerve [I] XXX
    Optic nerve [II] XXX
    Oculomotor nerve [III] XXX
     Trochlear nerve [IV] XXX
    Trigeminal nerve [V] XXX
    Ophthalmic nerve [V1] XXX
    Maxillary nerve [V2] XXX
    Mandibular nerve [V3] XXX
    Abducent nerve [VI] XXX
    Facial nerve [VII] XXX
    Vestibulocochlear nerve [VIII] XXX
    Glossopharyngeal nerve [IX] XXX
    Vagus nerve [X] XXX
    Accessory nerve [XI] XXX
    Hypoglossal nerve [XII] XXX
    Face XXX
    Muscles XXX
    Parotid gland XXX
    Innervation XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Scalp XXX
    Layers XXX
    Innervation XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Lymphatic drainage XXX
    Orbit XXX
    Bony orbit XXX
    Eyelids XXX
    Lacrimal apparatus XXX
    Sensory innervation XXX
    Fissures and foramina XXX
    Fascial specializations XXX
    Muscles XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Innervation XXX
    Eyeball XXX
    Ear XXX
    External ear XXX
    Middle ear XXX
    Internal ear XXX
   Temporal and infratemporal fossae XXX
    Bony framework XXX
    Temporomandibular joints XXX
    Masseter muscle XXX
    Temporal fossa XXX
    Infratemporal fossa XXX
    Pterygopalatine fossa XXX
    Skeletal framework XXX
    Gateways XXX
    Contents XXX
    Neck XXX
    Fascia XXX
    Superficial venous drainage XXX
    Anterior triangle of the neck XXX
    Posterior triangle of the neck XXX
    Root of the neck XXX
    Pharynx XXX
    Skeletal framework XXX
    Pharyngeal wall XXX
    Fascia XXX
    Gaps in the pharyngeal wall and structures passing through them XXX
    Nasopharynx XXX
    Oropharynx XXX
    Laryngopharynx XXX
    Tonsils XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Nerves XXX
    Larynx XXX
    Laryngeal cartilages XXX
    Extrinsic ligaments XXX
    Intrinsic ligaments XXX
    Laryngeal joints XXX
    Cavity of the larynx XXX
    Intrinsic muscles XXX
    Function of the larynx XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Nerves XXX
    Nasal cavities XXX
    Lateral wall XXX
    Regions XXX
    Skeletal framework XXX
    External nose XXX
    Paranasal sinuses XXX
    Walls, floor, and roof XXX
    Choanae XXX
    Gateways XXX
    Vessels XXX
    Innervation XXX
    Oral cavity XXX
    Skeletal framework XXX
    Walls: the cheeks XXX
    Floor XXX
    Salivary glands XXX
    Roof-palate XXX
    Oral fissure and lips XXX
    Oropharyngeal isthmus XXX
    Teeth and gingivae XXX

Publication Date 04-06-2022
Pages 620
Trim 276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)
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