Books by Subject


  • 2015From: Springer
    Zang-Hee Cho, editor.
    The inaugural publication of the 7.0 Tesla MRI Brain Atlas: In-vivo Atlas with Cryomacrotome Correlation in 2010 provided readers with a spectacular source of ultra-high resolution images revealing a wealth of details of the brainstem and midbrain structures. This second edition contributes additional knowledge gained as a result of technologic advances and recent research. To facilitate identification and comparison of brain structures and anatomy, a detailed coordination matrix is featured in each image. Updated axial, sagittal, and coronal images are also included. This state-of-the-art and user-friendly reference will provide researchers and clinicians with important new perspectives.
  • 2006-From: AccessMedicine
    Toy, Eugene C.
    Clinical cases selected from the LANGE Case Files series, edited by Eugene C. Toy, MD.
  • v. 177-221, 2005-16.From: Springer
  • 2016From: Springer
    Vincent Di Marino, Yves Etienne, Maurice Niddam.
    Preface -- Foreword -- History of the amygdala -- Formation of the amygdala -- Amygdala and Limbic system -- Functions of the amygdala -- Dissection of the amygdala -- Morphology of the amygdala -- Connections of the amygdala -- Projections from and toward amygdala -- The relationships of the amygdala -- The BST (bed nucleus of the stria terminalis) -- The extended amygdala -- Vascularization of the amygdala -- Consequences of the ablation -- Conclusions and prospects -- Bibliography -- Index.
  • 2009From: Thieme
    Cary D. Alberstone, Edward C. Benzel, Imad M. Najm, Michael P. Steinmetz ; illustrators, Joseph Kanasz, Nichael Norviel.
    Development and developmental disorders -- Neuroembryology -- Regional anatomy and related syndromes -- Peripheral nerves -- Plexuses -- Nerve roots and spinal nerves -- Spinal cord -- Brainstem -- Cranial nerves -- Cerebellum -- Thalamus -- Hypothalamus -- Basal ganglia -- Limbic system -- Cerebral cortex -- System-based anatomy and differential diagnosis -- Somatosensory system -- Visual system -- Auditory system -- Ocular motor system -- Motor system -- Autonomic nervous system -- Consciousness -- Fluid-system anatomy and function -- Vascular system -- Cerebrospinal fluid.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Vincent Di Marino, Hubert Lepidi.
    "This eagerly awaited book offers a unique, comprehensive scientific study of the anatomy of the organ of female sexual pleasure. The authors use macroscopic and microscopic research to guide the reader from the glans, the visible part of the clitoris, where they explore the impressive sensory corpuscles, to the hidden roots of the bulbo-clitoral organ. They show its complexity, its exact location within the external genitalia and its intimate relationship with the urethro-vaginal pyramid. They also remind us that throughout history there has been a failure to understand this organ, and explain that this misunderstanding remains the cause of persistent excisions, criminal mutilating practices that have not yet been eradicated. Using extensive iconography, they demonstrate throughout this book that the bulbo-clitoral organ is an exceptional natural treasure that every woman possesses and that every man should know well."--Publisher's website.
  • 2008From: Springer
    H. Endo, R. Frey (eds.).
    Head anatomy of male and female Mongolian gazelle - a striking example of sexual dimorphism / R. Frey ... [et al.] -- Anatomical peculiarities of the vocal tract in felids / G.E. Weissengruber ... [et al.] -- The anatomical foundation for multidisciplinary studies of animal limb function : examples from dinosaur and elephant limb imaging studies / J.R. Hutchinson ... [et al.] -- Locomotion-related femoral trabecular architectures in primates - high resolution computed tomographies and their implications for estimations of locomotor preferences of fossil primates / H. Scherf -- Three-dimensional imaging of the manipulating apparatus in the lesser panda and the giant panda / H. Endo ... [et al.] -- Using CT to peer into the past : 3D visualization of the brain and ear regions of birds, crocodiles, and nonavian dinosaurs / L.M. Witmer ... [et al.] -- Evolutionary morphology of the autonomic cardiac nervous system in non-human primates and humans / T. Kawashima and H. Sasaki.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    Harold Ellis, Andrew Lawson.
    Part 1. The respiratory pathway, lungs, thoracic wall and diaphragm -- part 2. The heart and great veins of the neck -- part 3. The vertebral canal and its contents -- part 4. The peripheral nerves -- part 5. The autonomic nervous system -- part 6. The cranial nerves -- part 7. Miscellaneous zones of interest -- part 8. The anatomy of pain.
  • [edited by] Robert M. Klein George C. Enders.
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  • [edited by] Robert M. Klein, George C. Enders.
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  • Stephanie Marie Melillo.
    Striding bipedalism is a mode of locomotion that defines our lineage. Bipedality freed the hands, arms and shoulders from the mechanical constraints of locomotion, an evolutionary innovation that has had an obvious impact on our species' fitness. As I will discuss in this dissertation, the shoulder blade (scapula) is shaped to optimize use of the upper limb in certain positions. Our closest living relatives (chimpanzees and gorillas) possess adaptations that likely increase efficiency in overhead use of the arms, as in forearm suspension or vertical climbing. The modern human shoulder, on the other hand, lacks such adaptations. This difference may reflect an evolutionary change in shape that occurred as our ancestors transitioned to a terrestrial way of life and became increasingly dexterous, eventually losing ancestral adaptations. On the other hand, recent discoveries suggest our lineage may have never possessed adaptations to suspension. Fossils from the shoulder of our early human ancestors are scarce. A recently discovered partial skeleton from Woranso-Mille (Afar Depression, Ethiopia), KSD-VP-1/1, preserves the oldest and most complete scapula of an adult Australopithecus afarensis individual. The intended contribution of this dissertation is to provide a comparative description of the new scapula (KSD-VP-1/1g) and to detail its implications for our understanding of anatomy and adaptation in the Australopithecus shoulder, and the evolutionary history of the modern human shoulder more generally.
  • by Henry Gray ... thoroughly revised and re-edited by Warren H. Lewis; illustrated with 1247 engravings [by] H. Lewis.
    Also available: Print – 1918
  • 2007From: Springer
    Albert Burger, Duncan Davidson, Richard Baldock, editors.
    Existing anatomy ontologies for human, model organisms and plants -- Anatomical ontologies for model organisms : the fungi and animals / Jonathan Bard -- Plant structure ontology (PSO) : a morphological and anatomical ontology of flowering plants / Katica Ilic, ... [et al.] -- Anatomy for clinical terminology / Alan L. Rector -- The foundational model of anatomy ontology / Cornelius Rosse and José L. V. Mejino, Jr. -- Towards a disease ontology / Paul N. Schofield, Björn Rozell, Georgios V. Gkoutos -- Engineering and linking of anatomy ontologies -- Ontology alignment and merging / Patrick Lambrix, He Tan -- COBrA and COBrA-CT : ontology engineering tools / Stuart Aitken, Yin Chen -- XSPAN : a cross-species anatomy network / Albert Burger, Jonathan Bard -- Searching biomedical literature with anatomy ontologies / Thomas Wächter, ... [et al.] -- Anatomy ontologies and spatio-temporal atlases -- Anatomical ontologies : linking names to places in biology / Richard A. Baldock, Albert Burger -- Time in anatomy / Duncan Davidson -- The Edinburgh mouse atlas / Richard Baldock, Duncan Davidson -- The smart atlas : spatial and semantic strategies for multiscale integration of brain data / Maryann E. Martone, ... [et al.] -- Anatomy ontologies : modelling principles -- Modelling principles and methodologies : relations in anatomical ontologies / Fabian Neuhaus, Barry Smith -- Modeling principles and methodologies : spatial representation and reasoning / Thomas Bittner, ... [et al.] -- CARO : the common anatomy reference ontology / Melissa A. Haendel, ... [et al.]
  • Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Medina C. Kushen.
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  • 2014From: Cambridge
    Andy Georgiou, FRCA, DICM, EDIC, FFICM, Consultant in Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust, Chris Thompson, FRCA, EDRA, Consultant in Anesthesia, North Bristol NHS Trust, James Nickells, FRCA, Consultant in Anesthesia, North Bristol NHS Trust.
    Organisation of the nervous system -- The spine -- The head -- The neck -- The thorax -- The upper limb -- The abdomen -- The lower limb -- The fetus.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    edited by Paul Butler, Adam Mitchell, Jeremiah C. Healy.
    1. The skull and brain / Kieran Hogarth, Josef Jarosz and Paul Butler -- 2. Orbit and visual pathway / Indran Davagnanam and Jonathan Hart -- 3. Ear and auditory pathway / Tim Beale and Simon Morley -- 4. Extracranial head and neck / Tim Beale -- 5. The vertebral column and spinal cord / Asif Saifuddin -- 6. Chest and mediastinum / Sheila Rankin -- 7. Heart and great vessels / Simon Padley and Narayan Karunanithy -- 8. Breast / Steve Allan -- 9. The anterior abdominal wall and peritoneum / Nishat Bharwani and Rodney Reznek; -- 10. Abdomen and retroperitoneum / Aslam Sohaib and Navin Ramachandran -- 11. The gastrointestinal tract / Nasir Khan -- 12. The urogenital tract / Uday Patel and Hema Verma -- 13. The male pelvis / Nevin T. Wijisekera and Uday Patel -- 14. The female pelvis / Catriona Avies -- 15. Upper limb / Gajan Rajeswaran and Justin Lee -- 16. Lower limb / Gonzalo Ansede -- 17. Obstetrical imaging / Ian Suchet -- Index.
  • 2013From: CRCnetBASE
    Kyriacos A. Athanasiou, Eric M. Darling, Grayson D. DuRaine, Jerry C. Hu, A. Hari Reddi.
    Articular cartilage injuries, which are well known for their inability to heal, often degenerate inexplicably to disastrous impairment. Multitudes of treatments have been devised for this problem, but no satisfactory long-term solutions have been established. However, over the past two decades, the swift growth and development of new knowledge and technologies for cartilage formation, pathology and repair have been exciting and inspirational. Written by world-class experts, this book covers all the latest research and clinical applications related to cartilage tissue engineering. The text explores the role of nanotechnology and also provides extensive references at the end of each chapter. Articular cartilage injuries, which are well known for their inability to heal, often degenerate inexplicably to disastrous impairment. Multitudes of treatments have been devised for this problem, but no satisfactory long-term solutions have been established. However, over the past two decades, the swift growth and development of new knowledge and technologies for cartilage formation, pathology and repair have been exciting and inspirational. Written by world-class experts, this book covers all the latest research and clinical applications related to cartilage tissue engineering. The text explores the role of nanotechnology and also provides extensive references at the end of each chapter.
  • 2016From: Springer
    E. Edmund Kim, Hyung-Jun Im, Dong Soo Lee, Keon Wook Kang.
    This atlas showcases cross-sectional anatomy for the proper interpretation of images generated from PET/MRI, PET/CT, and SPECT/CT applications. Hybrid imaging is at the forefront of nuclear and molecular imaging and enhances data acquisition for the purposes of diagnosis and treatment. Simultaneous evaluation of anatomic and metabolic information about normal and abnormal processes addresses complex clinical questions and raises the level of confidence of the scan interpretation. Extensively illustrated with high-resolution PET/MRI, PET/CT and SPECT/CT images, this atlas provides precise morphologic information for the whole body as well as for specific regions such as the head and neck, abdomen, and musculoskeletal system. Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MRI, PET/CT, AND SPECT/CT is a unique resource for physicians and residents in nuclear medicine, radiology, oncology, neurology, and cardiology. .
  • Wolf-Heidegger, Gerhard.
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    Bd. 1. Systema sceleti. Iuncturae ossium. Systema musculorum.
  • 2016From: Springer
    S. Kim Suvarna, editor.
    This atlas leads the reader through the adult autopsy process, and its common variations, with a large number of high-quality macroscopic photographs and concise accompanying text. It provides a manual of current practice and is an easy-to-use resource for case examination for consent, medico-legal and radiological autopsies. External realities and checks are discussed at the beginning of the book, which goes on to cover specific body cavities and organ systems in detail. The book ends with chapters on topics including forensic autopsies, specialist sampling, toxicology analyses and the radiological autopsy. Atlas of Adult Autopsy is aimed at practicing pathologists, particularly those in training grades. It may also be of interest to anatomical technicians in autopsy suites, as well as parties with a legal interest in autopsy practice.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Gerhard R.F. Krueger, L. Maximilian Buja, editors ; Chitra Chandrasekhar, associate editor.
    Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging - A Correlative Diagnostic Companion is a valuable teaching tool for medical students and residents in several specialities such as pathology, radiology, internal medicine, surgery and neurologic sciences. Its need is all the more urgent given the severe shortcuts in the teaching of anatomic pathology following the decrease in the number of autopsies performed. Many of the images shown in the atlas would not be available without performing autopsies and therefore this atlas is an essential for all those in the field. Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging - A Correlative Diagnostic Companion is the first to combine gross anatomic pictures of diseases with diagnostic imaging. This unique collection of material consisting of over 2000 illustrations compiled by experts from around the world is a valuable diagnostic resource for all medical professionals.
  • 2016From: Thieme-Connect
    Cristian Blanco Moreno.
    Shoulder -- Elbow -- Wrist -- Hip -- Knee -- Ankle.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    Jonathan J. Dutton ; illustrations by Thomas G. Waldrop.
    Cavernous sinus -- Osteology of the orbit -- Extraocular muscles -- Orbital nerves -- Arterial supply to the orbit -- Venous and lymphatic systems -- Orbital fat and connective tissue symptoms -- The eyelids and anterior orbit -- The lacrimal systems -- Histologic anatomy of the orbit -- Radiographic correlations.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    Kenneth P. Moses [and others] ; prosections of the head, neck, and trunk prepared by Martein Moningka.
    Uses over 500 dissection photos and illustrations to illustrate all the key structures needed to learn in a gross anatomy course. Covers essential surface, gross, and radiologic anatomy concepts through high-quality photos, digital enhancements, and concise text introductions.
  • 2015From: Springer
    edited by Miguel Angel Reina, José Antonio De Andrés, Admir Hadzic, Alberto Prats-Galino, Xavier Sala-Blanch, André A.J. van Zundert.
    This is the first atlas to depict in high-resolution images the fine structure of the spinal canal, the nervous plexuses, and the peripheral nerves in relation to clinical practice. The Atlas of Functional Anatomy for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine contains more than 1500 images of unsurpassed quality, most of which have never been published, including scanning electron microscopy images of neuronal ultrastructures, macroscopic sectional anatomy, and three-dimensional images reconstructed from patient imaging studies. Each chapter begins with a short introduction on the covered subject but then allows the images to embody the rest of the work; detailed text accompanies figures to guide readers through anatomy, providing evidence-based, clinically relevant information. Beyond clinically relevant anatomy, the book features regional anesthesia equipment (needles, catheters, surgical gloves) and overview of some cutting edge research instruments ℗l(e.g. scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy).
  • 2015From: Springer
    Nirav Trivedi.
    Surgery for head neck cancer has evolved greatly in the recent years. Appropriate surgical resection with negative margins still remain corner-stone in achieving good oncological outcome. This atlas proposes a new concept of " The Compartment Surgery " to achieve negative margins in third dimensions which is the problem area in majority of cases. Reconstructive techniques have evolved vastly in the recent years with use of microvascular free flaps and this has significantly improved the functional outcome. Performing each step in appropriate manner cumulatively enables us to perform more complex procedures. Theme of this atlas revolves around this fact. This atlas on head and neck cancers takes a fresh stylistic approach where each surgical procedure is described in a step-wise manner through labeled high-resolution images with minimal incorporation of text. This allows the surgeons to rapidly revise the operative steps of a procedure within minutes just before they start a surgery. Head and neck has multidimensional anatomy and surgical treatment requires specific approach for each subsite. This operative atlas covers the entire spectrum of common, uncommon and rare cancers of the head and neck area. Each subsite is addressed in a separate chapter with further subdivisions for surgery of tumors with varying extent. Each procedure is demonstrated with photographs of each surgical step and line diagrams. Commonly used flaps (regional and free flaps) are demonstrated in separate chapter for reconstruction. With over 1000 images, and coverage of both the ablative and reconstructive surgical procedures, this is a technique-focused atlas in comparison to the available comprehensive texts. There are two chapters on very advanced cancers, and surgery in resource constrained surgical units making the book relevant to a wide range of cancer surgeons and fellows-in-training in varied clinical settings.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    Frank H. Netter.
    Section 1. Head and neck -- Section 2. Back and spinal cord -- Section 3. Thorax -- Section 4. Abdomen -- Section 5. Pelvis and perineum -- Section 6. Upper limb -- Section 7. Lower limb.
  • Frank H. Netter ; consulting editors, John T. Hansen, lead editor ... [et al.].
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  • 2015From: Springer
    Lucio Olivetti, editor.
    This book is designed to meet the needs of radiologists and radiographers by clearly depicting the anatomy that is generally visible on imaging studies. It presents the normal appearances on the most frequently used imaging techniques, including conventional radiology, ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Similarly, all relevant body regions are covered: brain, spine, head and neck, chest, mediastinum and heart, abdomen, gastrointestinal tract, liver, biliary tract, pancreas, urinary tract, and musculoskeletal system. The text accompanying the images describes the normal anatomy in a straightforward way and provides the medical information required in order to understand why we see what we see on diagnostic images. Helpful correlative anatomic illustrations in color have been created by a team of medical illustrators to further facilitate understanding.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Mukesh G. Harisinghani, editor.
  • 2006From: Springer
    T. Scarabino, U. Salvolini ; in collaboration with F. Di Salle, H. Duvernoy, P. Rabischong.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Marco Barbero, Roberto Merletti, Alberto Rainoldi ; foreword by Gwendolen Jull.
    Part 1. Part I. -- Introduction and Applications of Surface EMG -- Basic Concepts Concerning Fields and Potential Distributions of Stationary and Moving Point Sources -- Generation, Propagation, and Extinction of Single-Fiber and Motor Unit Action Potentials -- EMG Imaging: Geometry and Anatomy of the Electrode-Muscle System -- Features of the Single-Channel sEMG Signal -- Features of the Two-Dimensional sEMG Signal: EMG Feature Imaging -- Applications of sEMG in Dynamic Conditions, Ergonomics, Sports, and Obstetrics -- Part 2. Part II. -- Trunk -- Upper Limb -- Lower Limb.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Mohammad Wakeel Ansari, Ahmed Nadeem.
    1. Anatomy of the orbit -- 2. The eyeball: some basic concepts -- 3. The blood supply to the eyeball -- 4. Extraocular and intraocular muscles -- 5. Anatomy of the eylids -- 6. Transparent structures of the eyeball cornea, lens, and vitreous -- 7. The lacrimal apparatus -- 8. Neuro-ophthalmology: neuromuscular control of the eyeball -- 9. Congenital anomalies of eye -- Index.
  • 2006From: Springer
    J.C. Tamraz, Y.G. Comair.
  • 2012From: Springer
    by Mehmet Kitapci.
    Head and Neck -- Thorax -- Abdomen -- Pelvis.
  • 2015From: Thieme eNeurosurgery
    2015From: Thieme-Connect
    Nobutaka Yoshioka, MD, PhD (Director, Department of Craniofacial Surgery and Plastic Surgery, Tominaga Hospital, Osaka, Japan), Albert Rhoton, Jr., MD (R.D. Keene Fmaily Professor and Chairman Emeritus, Department of Neurosurgery, College of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida).
    Intracranial region -- Skull, external and internal view -- Orbit and facial bone -- Upper facial and midfacial region overview -- Forehead and orbital region -- Temporal region -- Superficial structures in the midfacial region -- Maxillary region -- Masseteric region -- Deep structures in the midfacial region -- Lower facial region -- Oral floor and upper neck region -- Posterior neck and occipital region -- Lateral neck region.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    edited by David. B. Burr, Matthew R. Allen.
    Section 1. Basic bone biology and physiology -- section 2. Assessment of bone structure and function -- section 3. Skeletal adaptation -- section 4. Hormonal and metabolic effects on bone -- section 5. Skeletal disease and treatment.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    [edited by] R. Shane Tubbs, Mohammadali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas.
    Skull -- Hyoid bone -- Cervical vertebrae -- Thoracic vertebrae -- Lumbar vertebrae -- Sacrococcygeal vertebrae -- Scapula -- Clavicle -- Humerus -- Radius ulna carpals metacarpals and phalanges -- Ribs and sternum -- Pelvic bones -- Bones of the lower limb -- Temporomandibular joint -- Shoulder joint -- Elbow joint -- Wrist and hand joints -- Sacroiliac joints -- Hip joint -- Knee joint -- Ankle and foot joints -- Orbital muscles -- Middle ear muscles -- Facial muscles and muscles of mastication -- Anterior neck muscles -- Pharyngeal muscles -- Soft palate and tongue muscles -- Prevertebral and craniocervical junction muscles -- Laryngeal muscles -- Back muscles -- Scapulohumeral muscles -- Arm muscles -- Forearm muscles -- Hand intrinsic muscles -- Thoracic wall muscles -- Abdominal wall muscles -- Pelvic diaphragm and external anal sphincter -- Perineal muscles -- Gluteal muscles -- Thigh muscles -- Leg muscles -- Intrinsic muscles of the foot -- Internal carotid artery and anterior cerebral circulation -- Vertebrobasilar arteries -- Persistent fetal intracranial arteries -- Common carotid and cervical internal carotid arteries -- External carotid artery -- Vertebral artery -- Thoracic aorta -- Coronary arteries -- Pulmonary arteries -- Subclavian artery -- Upper limb arteries -- Abdominal aorta -- Renal arteries -- Internal iliac arteries -- Lower limb arteries -- Arteries of the spinal cord -- Diploic veins -- Dural venous sinuses -- Cerebral veins -- Emissary veins -- Veins of the neck -- Veins of the upper limb -- Intrathoracic veins -- Cardiac veins -- Pulmonary veins -- Inferior vena cava portal and hepatic venous systems -- Adrenal renal gonadal azygos hemiazygos lumbar and ascending lumbar veins -- Iliac veins -- Veins of the lower limb -- Venous drainage of the spinal cord -- Thymus -- Tonsils -- Thoracic duct chyle cistern and right lymphatic duct -- Lymphatics of the lower limb -- Forebrain -- Cerebral ventricles -- Pons medulla oblongata and cerebellum -- Subarachnoid space -- Meninges -- Spinal cord and associated structures -- Cranial nerves N-VI -- Facial nerve -- Vestibulocochlear nerve -- Glossopharyngeal nerve -- Vagus accessory and hypoglossal nerves -- Autonomic nervous system -- Spinal nerves -- Cervical plexus -- Nerves of the upper extremity -- Lumbosacral plexus -- Facial asymmetry -- Eyelids eyelashes and eyebrows -- Eye and lacrimal apparatus -- Lateral nasal wall and paranasal sinuses -- Ear -- Salivary glands and ducts -- Thyroid gland -- Parathyroid glands -- Laryngeal cartilages -- Trachea -- Lungs -- Heart -- Esophagus -- Stomach -- Gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts -- Liver -- Pancreas -- Spleen -- Small intestines appendix and colon -- Sigmoid colon rectum and anus -- Kidney urinary bladder and ureter -- Adrenal gland -- Male genitourinary system -- Female genital system -- Placenta and umbilical cord -- Breast.
  • 2013Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Rachel Prentice.
    In Bodies in Formation, anthropologist Rachel Prentice enters surgical suites increasingly packed with new medical technologies to explore how surgeons are made in the early twenty-first century.
  • Christine Montross.
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    Preface: mystery -- Bone box -- First cut -- Breath and blood -- Anatomical precedence -- Origins of a corpse -- In pursuit of wonder -- The bodies of strangers -- Toll -- The discomfort of doctoring -- An unsteady balance -- Pelvis -- Dismantled -- Epilogue: good-bye.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    [edited by] Edward C. Benzel.
    "This is the most comprehensive spine resource available. It is authored by members of the Cervical Spine Research Society, which is the premier society dealing with cervical spine problems. Cervical spine problems are treated by both neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons. We will have a corresponding web site that will contain the book content plus the basic science content and videos of procedures with some updates"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Clarence R. Robbins.
  • Richard S. Snell.
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    The thorax: part I. the thoracic wall -- The thorax: part II. the thoracic cavity -- The abdomen: part I. the abdominal wall -- The abdomen: part II. the abdominal cavity -- The pelvis: part I. the pelvic walls -- The pelvis: part II. the pelvic cavity -- The perineum -- The upper limb -- The lower limb -- The head and neck -- The back.
  • John Pegington ; illustrations by Melody Crocker.
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    v. 1. The Vertebral column and limbs--v. 2. The Head and neck.
  • Stephen Goldberg, Hugue Ouellette.
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  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    Gregory D. Cramer, Susan A. Darby ; illustrators, Theodore G. Huff, Sally A. Cummings ; photographers, Ron Mensching, Kadi Sistak.
    Surface anatomy of the back and vertebral levels of clinically important structures / Barclay W. Bakkum -- General characteristics of the spine / Gregory D. Cramer -- General anatomy of the spinal cord / Susan A. Darby -- Muscles that influence the spine / Barclay W. Bakkum, Gregory D. Cramer -- The cervical region / Gregory D. Cramer -- The thoracic region / Gregory D. Cramer -- The lumbar region / Gregory D. Cramer -- The sacrum, sacroiliac joint, and coccyx / Gregory D. Cramer, Chae-Song Ro -- Neuroanatomy of the spinal cord / Susan A. Darby, Robert J. Frysztak -- Neuroanatomy of the autonomic nervous system / Susan A. Darby -- Pain of spinal origin / Gregory D. Cramer, Susan A. Darby, Robert J. Frysztak -- Development of the spine and spinal cord / Barclay W. Bakkum, William E. Bachop -- Unique anatomic features of the pediatric spine / Gregory D. Cramer -- Microscopic anatomy of the zygapophysial joints, intervertebral discs, and other major tissues of the back / Gregory D. Cramer, Barclay W. Bakkum.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Fabio Meneghini, Paolo Biondi.
    This richly illustrated book presents a straightforward non-instrumental method of clinical facial analysis in preparation for aesthetic surgery, orthognathic surgery, and orthodontic treatments. After discussion of various practical aspects of facial examination and photography, analysis of different regions of the face and dentofacial deformities is discussed in a series of detailed chapters. At the end of each of these chapters, multiple-choice checklists are included that will help the reader to perform step-by-step regional analysis. Important features of the book are its multidisciplinary approach and the emphasis placed on the relationship between different parts of the face. This second edition has been thoroughly updated and includes a new chapter on recording and documentation relating specifically to aesthetic facial surgery.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Hans J. ten Donkelaar ; in co-operation with Jiři Brabec ... [et al.].
    "Connections define the functions of neurons: information flows along connections, as well as growth factors and viruses, and even neuronal death may progress through connections. Knowledge of how the various parts of the brain are interconnected to form functional systems is a prerequisite for the proper understanding of data from all fields in the neurosciences. Clinical Neuroanatomy: Brain Circuitry and Its Disorders bridges the gap between neuroanatomy and clinical neurology. It emphasizes human and primate data in the context of disorders of brain circuitry which are so common in neurological practice. In addition, numerous clinical cases demonstrate how normal brain circuitry may be interrupted and to what effect. Following an introduction into the organization and vascularisation of the human brain and the techniques to study brain circuitry, the main neurofunctional systems are discussed, including the somatosensory, auditory, visual, motor, antonomic and limbic systems, the cerebral cortex and complex cerebral functions."--Publisher's website.
  • Keith L. Moore, M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc. (Hon.), F.I.A.C. , F.R.S.M., F.A.A.A., Arthur F. Dalley II, Ph.D., Anne M.R. Agur, B.Sc. (OT), M.Sc., Ph.D.
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    "Clinically Oriented Anatomy provides first-year medical students with the clinically oriented anatomical information as it relates to the practice of medicine, dentistry, and physical therapy. The 7th edition features a fully revised art program to ensure consistency and cohesiveness of imaging style"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Vijay K. Maker ; Edgar D. Guzman-Arrieta, co-author.
    It is now more than ever critical to have a reference to highlight the applicable embryology, anatomy, histology, and pathophysiology of surgical diseases and how these relate to critical tissue planes, surgical pitfalls, and technical pearls. This text is organized by organ system and the illustrations highlight surgical pearls borne of experience and polished by the study of pertinent references. Hand-drawn and illustrated figures show exact anatomical relationships as we see them in-vivo. A question/answer format augments the images to allow the reader to actively reflect on the topic and to appraise his/her knowledge in that area. The discussion sections strive to explain not only what the correct answer is, but also why the distractors are wrong, in order to motivate discussion and self-reflection. Cognitive Pearls in General Surgery details the explicit thought processes and associations that underlie the understanding of the topics at hand, with the intent of enhancing the fun and enjoyment that only an informed and well-grounded practice of surgery can provide.
  • W. Kahle, H. Leonhardt, W. Platzer ; translated by H.L. and A.D. Dayan ; 170 colorplates with 584 drawings by Gerhard Spitzer.
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    v. 1. Locomotor system / by Werner Platzer -- v. 2. Internal organs / by Helmut Leonhardt -- v. 3. Nervous system and sensory organs / Werner Kahle.
  • [by Werner Platzer, Helga Fritsch, Wolfgang Kuehnel, Werner Kahle, Michael Frotscher].
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    v. 1. Locomotor system / by Werner Platzer -- v.2: Internal organs / Helga Fritsch and Wolfgang Kuehnel. -- v. 3. Nervous system and sensory organs / by Werner Kahle, Michael Frotscher.
  • Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll.
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  • 2015From: Thieme
    Helga Fritsch, Wolfgang Kuehnel.
    Vescera at a glance -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Alimentary system -- Urinary system -- Male genital system -- Female genital system -- Pregnancy and human development -- Endocrine system -- Blood and lymphatic systems -- The integument.
  • 2014From: Thieme
    Werner Platzer ; illustrations by Gerhard Spitzer.
    The body -- The Cell -- Tissues -- General features of the skeleton -- General features of the muscles -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents -- Trunk -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents -- Upper Limb -- Bones, ligaments and joints -- Muscles, fascias, and special features -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents -- Lower Limb -- Bones, ligaments, joints -- Muscles, fascias, and special features -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents -- Head and Neck -- Skull -- Muscles and fascias -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents -- Topography of peripheral nerves and vessels -- Head and neck -- Upper limb -- Trunk -- Lower limb -- Anatomical terms and their Latin equivalents.
  • 2015From: Thieme
    Werner Kahle, Michael Frotscher ; illustrations by Gerhard Spitzer.
    Basic elements of the nervous system -- Spinal cord and spinal nerves -- Brain stem and cranial nerves -- Cerebellum -- Diencephalon -- Telencephalon -- Cerebrovascular and ventricular sytstems -- Autonomic nervous system -- Functional systems -- The eye -- The ear.
  • 2012From: Thieme Book
    Berthold Block ; [translator, Terry C. Telger].
    This pocket guide helps you to grasp the connection between three-dimensional organ systems and their two-dimensional representation in ultrasound imaging. Through dynamic illustrations and clarifying text, it allows you to: recognize, name, and confidently locate all organs, landmarks, and anatomical details of the abdomen; examine all standard planes, including transverse and longitudinal scans for regions of sonographic interest (including the thyroid gland); understand topographic relationships of organs and structures in all three spatial planes. This text is ideal for the beginner, providing a rapid orientation to all key topics. It includes: over 250 fully labeled image quartets, each showing: the preferred location of the transducer on the body; the resulting image; a labeled drawing of the image, keyed to anatomic structures; and a small 3-D drawing showing the location of the scanning plane in the organ. Body markers with information on transducer handling and positioning for each sonogra; over 250 rules of thumb and key concepts; all relevant landmarks, measurable parameters, and normal values.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    editors, Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis ; associate editors, Charles W. Frevert, Denny Liggitt ; technical editor, Kathleen S. Montine.
    1. Introduction / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Kathleen S. Montine -- 2. Phenotyping / Cory Brayton, Piper M. Treuting -- 3. Necropsy and Histology / Sue Knoblaugh, Julie Randolph-Habecker, Steve Rath -- 4. Mammary Gland / Robert D. Cardiff, Kimberly H. Allison -- 5. Skeletal System / Christopher Jerome, Benjamin Hoch -- 6. Nose, Sinus, Pharynx, and Larynx / Jack R. Harkema, Stephan A. Carey, James G. Wagner, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Denny Liggitt -- 7. Oral Cavity and Teeth / Piper M. Treuting, Thomas H. Morton Jr. -- 8. Salivary Glands / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 9. Respiratory / Carlos Jose Suarez, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Charles W. Frevert -- 10. Cardiovascular / Michael A. Laflamme, Manu M. Sebastian, Bernard S. Buetow -- 11. Upper Gastrointestinal Tract / Piper M. Treuting, Mark A. Valasek, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 12. Lower Gastrointestinal Tract / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 13. Liver and Gallbladder / Arlin B. Rogers, Renee Z. Dintzis -- 14. Pancreas / Suzanne M. Dintzis, Denny Liggitt -- 15. Endocrine System / Krista Marie DuBray La Perle, C. Diana Jordan -- 16. Urinary System / Piper M. Treuting, Jolanta Kowalewska -- 17. Female Reproductive System / Mara H. Rendi, Atis Muehlenbachs, Rochelle L. Garcia, Kelli L. Boyd -- 18. Male Reproductive System / Sue Knoblaugh, Lawrence True -- 19. Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues / Michael Linden, Jerrold M. Ward, Sindhu Cherian -- 20. Nervous System / Catherine E. Hagan, Brad Bolon, C. Dirk Keene -- 21. Special Senses: Eye / Piper M. Treuting, Rachel Wong, Daniel C. Tu, Isabella Phan -- 22. Special Senses: Ear / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 23. Skin and Adnexa / John P. Sundberg, Lillian B. Nanney, Philip Fleckman, Lloyd E. King.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Erika Jensen-Jarolim, editor.
    This new volume provides a concise overview of the most basic and exciting chapters of comparative medicine with regards to physiology and function in healthy individuals. The book includes core concepts in anatomy and physiology in human and animal models, which are key to understanding comparative medicine and to making contributions to research in this area. While writing this book, the authors were in constant interdisciplinary dialogue. They aim to contribute to improvements in quality of life for human and animal patients.
  • 2008From: Springer
    by Bradley J. Adams, Pamela J. Crabtree ; photographs by Gina Santucci.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Pierre Rabischong.
    Introduction -- Basic Notions on Mobility Function -- Introduction -- Components of Motor Apparatus -- Command and Control -- Spinal Functions -- Introduction -- Spinal Stabilization -- Cervical Spine and the Eye/Head Servomechanism -- Thoracic Spine and Respiratory Dynamics -- Thoracic Spine and Respiratory Dynamics -- Locomotion -- Introduction -- The Two Aspects of Locomotion -- Prehension -- Introduction -- Wrist/Hand Complex -- Humero-Radio-Ulnar Complex -- Cleido-Scapulo-Humeral Complex -- Conclusion -- Eye Mobility -- Introduction -- Three Specific Features Important to Understand -- Conclusion -- Facial Mimic -- Introduction -- Facial Superior Orbital Floor -- Facial Inferior Buccal Floor -- Masticatory Function -- Introduction -- Movements of TMJ -- Control of Mandibular Posture -- Speaking and Swallowing -- Introduction -- The Aero-Digestive Cross Way -- Swallowing -- Phonation -- Bladder and Rectum Incontinences -- Introduction -- Technical Problems and Solutions -- Command and Control -- Ejaculation and Orgasm -- Introduction -- Technical Problems af Copulation -- Motor Of Inference: The Orgasm -- Conclusions.
  • 2011From: Springer
    by Chung H. Kau, Kenneth Abramovitch, Sherif Galal Kamel, Marko Bozic.
    Cone Beam CT of the Head and Neck' presents normal anatomy of the head using photographs of cadavers and CBCT images in sagittal, axial and coronal planes with the anatomic structures and landmarks clearly labelled. Important structures and regions are presented in detailed view. This is the first book with photographs of human tissue (based on slicing of cadaveric heads) combined with CBCT images.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    Nikolay Omelyanenko, Leonid Slutsky, Sergey Mironov, editor.
    Chapter 1. Peculiarities of connective tissue histophysiology, biochemistry and molecular biology -- Chapter 2. Cellular elements of connective tissue -- Chapter 3. Extracellular matrix of connective tissue. Histophysiology, biochemistry and molecular biology -- Chapter 4. Regulation of connective tissue metabolic functions -- Chapter 5. Biochemical and molecular mechanisms and manifestations of connective tissue ageing -- Chapter 6. Bone : an organ of the support and locomotor apparatus containing all types of connective tissue -- Chapter 7. Cartilage-cartilaginous tissue : structural, biochemical and molecular biological characteristics -- Chapter 8. Bone tissue : the structural-functional, biochemical and biomolecular characteristics of its components -- Chapter 9. Biochemical characteristics of synovial membrane and synovia -- Chapter 10. Molecular biological and biochemical regularities of connective tissue structures ontogenesis.
  • Joshua Dale Webb.
    The shoulder bones provide few constraints on motion. Therefore, stability must be maintained by muscles and ligaments. Shoulder mobility allows versatility of function, but makes the shoulder prone to injury. A better understanding of the role of muscle in shoulder mechanics is needed to improve the treatment of shoulder injuries and pathologies. Computational models provide a valuable framework for characterizing joint mechanics. Previous shoulder models have used simple representations of muscle architecture and geometry that may not capture the details needed to fully understand muscle function. The purpose of this dissertation was to create a detailed 3D finite element model of the deltoid and the four rotator cuff muscles. This model was then used to characterize the muscle contributions to joint motion and stability. The model was constructed from magnetic resonance images of a healthy shoulder. From the images, the 3D geometry of the muscles, tendons and bones was acquired. A finite element mesh was constructed and the 3D trajectories of the muscle fibers were mapped onto the finite element mesh. A hyperelastic, transversely-isotropic material model was used to represent the nonlinear stress-strain relationship of muscle. Bone motions were prescribed and the resulting muscle deformations were simulated using an implicit finite element solver. To characterize muscle contributions to joint motion, we calculated moment arms for each modeled muscle fiber. We found that 3D models predicted substantial variability in moment arms across fibers within each muscle, which is not generally represented in line segment models. We also discovered that for muscles with large attachment regions, such as deltoid, the line segment models under constrained the muscle paths in some cases. As a result, line segment based moment arms changed more with joint rotation than moment arms predicted by the 3D models. Glenohumeral instability is common, and difficult to treat. To better understand the mechanics of instability we used the 3D model to investigate the role of the muscles in stabilizing the glenohumeral joint by simulating joint translations. We found that at the neutral position, anterior deltoid provides the largest potential to resist anterior translation which counters the conclusions of conventional line segment models. This is the result of compression generated by muscle contact, which must be considered when characterizing the ability of muscle to resist joint translation. This dissertation provides a new computational method for analyzing shoulder mechanics, and demonstrates the importance of 3D analysis when investigating the complex function of shoulder muscles.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Linda K. McLoon, Francisco Andrade, editors.
    Of the approximately 640 muscles in the human body, over 10% of them are found in the craniofacial region. The craniofacial muscles are involved in a number of crucial non-locomotor activities, and are critical to the most basic functions of life, including vision, taste, chewing and food manipulation, swallowing, respiration, speech, as well as regulating facial expression and controlling facial aperture patency. Despite their importance, the biology of these small skeletal muscles is relatively unexplored. Only recently have we begun to understand their unique embryonic development and the genes that control it and characteristic features that separate them from the skeletal muscle stereotype.This book is the most comprehensive reference to date on craniofacial muscle development, structure, function, and disease. It details the state-of-the-art basic science of the craniofacial muscles, and describes their unique response to major neuromuscular conditions. Most importantly, the text highlights how the craniofacial muscles are different from most skeletal muscles, and why they have been viewed as a distinct allotype. In addition, the text points to major gaps in our knowledge about these very important skeletal muscles and identified key gaps in our knowledge and areas primed for further study and discovery.
  • 2003-From: Northwest Univ
    Andreas Vesalius, translation and annotation by Daniel Garrison and Malcolm Hast.
    This website presents Andreas Vesalius' Renaissance anatomical atlas On the Fabric of the Human Body (1543, 1555) in an exciting new way and explains the work in progress at Northwestern University to translate and annotate this historic work.
  • 2007From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Helen E. Scharfman.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Jeffrey N. Lawton, editor and author.
    1. Teatment of metaphyseal distal radius fractures with a volar locking plate -- 2. Volar plate/hook pin for volar lunate facet fragment -- 3. Volar locking plate + dorsal-ulnar plate -- 4. Volar locking plate and radial styloid plating -- 5. Volar locking plate for intra-articular distal radius fracture -- 6. Dorsal plate fixation for distal radius fractures -- 7. Fragment-specific internal fixation of distal radius fractures -- 8. Volar ulnar fixation -- 9. Fractures of the radial column -- 10. Distal radius fracture: Kapandji (intrafocal) pinning technique -- 11. Bridge plating for distal radius fractures -- 12. External fixation and percutaneous pinning for distal radius fractures -- 13. Ulnar styloid fracture with distal radioulnar joint instability -- 14. Distal radius fractures with ulnar head and neck fractures -- 15. DRUJ dislocations/ Galeazzi fracture -- 16. Distal radius fractures: a clinical casebook -- 17. Loss of fixation in distal radius fractures -- 18. Distal radius fracture complicated by carpal tunnel syndrome -- 19. Complications of distal radus fracture: EPL rupture -- Index.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Thomas P. Naiedich, Henri M. Duvernoy, Bradley N. Delman ... [et. al.] ; with contributions by T. Benner ... [et. al.] ; drawings by Jean-Louis Vannson.
  • Elizabeth T. Hurren.
  • compiled by A.F. Dorian.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    pt. A. General medicine -- pt. B. Anatomy -- pt. C. Biology, genetics and biochemistry -- pt. D. Therapeutic substances.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Wolfgang Seeger ; in collaboration with Jan Kaminsky and Astrid Weyerbrock.
    Survey -- Cavum nasi and fossa pterygopalatina -- Sinus sphenoidalis and fossa pterygopalatina -- Tuba auditiva (eustachii) -- Pyramis (petrous bone, pars petrosa plus pars tympanica) -- Clivus area and pars condylaris -- Special surgical aspects examples.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Wolfgang Seeger ; in collaboration with Jan Kaminsky and Astrid Weyerbrock.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Roger Jankowski.
    The primary nose and palate in evolution -- The primary nose and palate in human embryo development -- Parallels between evolution and development of the nose -- The seemingly simple formation of the secondary palate and nose in the human embryo -- The complex formation of the secondary palate and nose in evolution -- A theory of secondary palate formation -- Primary and secondary palates : primary and secondary nasal fossae -- Olfactory and respiratory nasal fossae -- Is the human ethmoid labyrinth a sinus? -- Understanding the anatomy of the human nose -- Formation of the paranasal air sinues -- The nose in midface development -- Reminder of the normal embryologic development of the human brain -- Phylogenetic origins of the visual and olfactory organs -- Lessons from midface malformations associated to holoprosencephaly -- The evo-devo scenario of nose and midface formation -- A help to teaching anatomy -- Medical hypothesis and perspectives -- Evolutionary and develomental (evo-devo) medicine.
  • door Tijs Huisman, geboren te Terneuzen in 1964.
    Pt. 1. The Leiden Theatrum Anatomicum -- I. The Construction of the Leiden anatomical theatre -- II. Petrus Paaw: his Practice of Anatomy -- Ill. Reconstructing the contents of anatomy: Paaw 's intellectual background -- IV. The Succession of Petrus Paaw -- V. The Dawn of a New Era? Otho Heurnius -- VI. Otho Heurnius: his Vision of History, Philosophy and Collecting -- VII. The New Anatomy: Joannes van Horne -- VIII. Carolus Drelincourt -- IX Govard Bidloo -- X. The Anatomy servant -- Pt. 2. The Collegium Medico Practicum at the Caecilia Hospital -- I. Caecilia Hospital -- II. Clinical Teaching -- Ill. The Collegium in practice: teaching methods and grumbling students -- IV. Sylvius -- V. The Collegium in the final decades of the 17th century -- Pt. 3 (Coda). An Uneasy symbiosis; the Leiden surgeons and the university -- I. The Leiden Surgeons' Guild, the University and Anatomy Surgeons and Anatomy Leiden -- II. A New room for the surgeons, Jacob Remmers [cadaver] -- [pt. 4]. Synthesis and Conclusions -- 1589-1617 Petrus Paaw -- 1618-1650 Otho Heurnius -- 1651-1669 Johannes van Horne -- 1670-1713 Charles Drelincourt, Antonius Nuck and Govard Bidloo -- 1650-1720 The Rise of the anatomy servant -- 1636 The Collegium Medico Practicum -- Anatomy and the surgeons' guild -- Conclusion -- Appendix I: Inventory of the Collegium Medico Practicum.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    Usman Shaikh, John Curtis, Rebecca Hanlon, David White, Andrew Dunn, Andrew Healey, Jane Belfield, Elizabeth Kneale, Peter Dangerfield, and Hilary Fewins.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Estomih Mtui, Gregory Gruener, Peter Dockery.
    Embryology -- Cerebral topography -- Midbrain, hindbrain, spinal cord -- Meninges -- Blood supply of the brain -- Neurons and neuroglia -- Electrical events -- Transmitters and receptors -- Peripheral nerves -- Innervation of muscles and joints -- Innervation of skin -- Electrodiagnostic examination -- Autonomic nervous system -- Nerve roots -- Spinal cord: ascending pathways -- Spinal cord: descending pathways -- Brainstem -- The lowest four cranial nerves -- Vestibular nerve -- Cochlear nerve -- Trigeminal nerve -- Facial nerve -- Ocular motor nerves -- Reticular formation -- Cerebellum -- Hypothalamus -- Thalamus, epithalamus -- Visual pathways -- Cerebral cortex -- Electroencephalography -- Evoked potentials -- Hemispheric asymmetries -- Basal ganglia -- Olfactory and limbic systems -- Cerebrovascular disease.
  • 2011From: Cambridge
    Aidan Shaw, Benjamin Smith, David C. Howlett.
    An essential revision tool for the FRCR anatomy examination, including 10 mock examinations and 200 images, comprehensively covering the curriculum.
  • by Henry Gray ... thoroughly revised and re-edited by Warren H. Lewis; illustrated with 1247 engravings [by] H. Lewis.
    Also available: Print – 1918
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    editor-in-chief, Susan Standring ; section editors, Neel Anand [and 12 others].
    Sect. 1: Cells, tissues and systems -- Sect. 2: Embryogenesis -- Sect. 3: Neuroanatomy -- Sect. 4: Head and neck -- Sect. 5: Back -- Sect. 6: Pectoral girdle and upper limb -- Sect. 7: Thorax -- Sect. 8: Abdomen and pelvis -- Sect. 9: Pelvic girdle and lower limb.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Richard L. Drake, Wayne Vogl, Adam W.M. Mitchell.
    Anatomy texts just don't get any better than Gray's Anatomy for Students! Now in its 3rd edition, this completely revised medical textbook continues its focus on just the core information you need for your anatomy courses, presenting everything in an easy-to-read, visually appealing format that facilitates study. Obtain reliable, accessible coverage of everything you will learn in your contemporary anatomy classes with expert knowledge from a team of authors who share a wealth of diverse teaching and clinical experience.Easily locate and remember specific structures. More than 1,000 innovative, original illustrations by renowned illustrators Richard Tibbitts and Paul Richardson capture anatomical features with unrivalled clarity.Understand the practical applications of anatomical concepts through unique coverage of surface anatomy, correlative diagnostic images, and clinical case studies.Expedite the review of basic concepts from each chapter with Conceptual Overviews.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Richard L. Drake, A. Wayne Vogl, and Adam W.M. Mitchell.
    Gray's Atlas of Anatomy, the companion resource to the popular Gray's Anatomy for Students, presents a vivid, visual depiction of anatomical structures. Newly updated with a wealth of material to facilitate study, this medical textbook demonstrates the correlation of structures with appropriate clinical images and surface anatomy - essential for proper identification in the dissection lab and successful preparation for course exams. Clinically focused, consistently and clearly illustrated throughout, and logically organized, Gray's Atlas of Anatomy makes it easier than ever to master the essential anatomy knowledge you need! Build on your existing anatomy knowledge with structures presented from a superficial to deep orientation, representing a logical progression through the body.Identify the various anatomical structures of the body and better understand their relationships to each other with the visual guidance of nearly 1,000 exquisitely illustrated anatomical figures.Visualize the clinical correlation between anatomical structures and surface landmarks with surface anatomy photographs overlaid with anatomical drawings.Recognize anatomical structures as they present in practice through more than 270 clinical images - including laparoscopic, radiologic, surgical, ophthalmoscopic, otoscopic, and other clinical views - placed adjacent to anatomic artwork for side-by-side comparison.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    by Richard Drake, A. Wayne Vogl, Adam W.M. Mitchell.
    Gray's Basic Anatomy equips you with all the essential anatomy information you need to know, in half the length of the original Gray's Anatomy for Students! This new medical textbook lets you study efficiently while being confident in your mastery of the most important anatomical concepts. See the clinical implications with ""Clinical Apps, "" ""Imaging Apps, "" and surface anatomy boxes throughout. Get a clear picture with carefully selected illustrations that are easy to learn from, modern in design, and concisely labeled. Access a wealth of ancillary mate.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    editor, Elliott L. Mancall ; associate editor, David G. Brock.
    Gray's Clinical Neuroanatomy focuses on how knowing functional neuroanatomy is essential for a solid neurologic background for patient care in neurology. Elliot Mancall, David Brock, Susan Standring and Alan Crossman present the authoritative guidance of Gray's Anatomy along with 100 clinical cases to highlight the relevance of anatomical knowledge in this body area and illustrate the principles of localization. Master complex, detailed, and difficult areas of anatomy with confidence. View illustrations from Gray's Anatomy and radiographs that depict this body area in thorough anatomical detail. Apply the principles of localization thanks to 100 brief case studies that highlight key clinical conditions. Tap into the anatomical authority of Gray's Anatomy for high quality information from a name you trust. Presents the guidance and expertise of a high profile team of authors and top clinical and academic contributors.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    Marios Loukas, Brion Benninger, R. Shane Tubbs.
    Gray's Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body, by Drs. Marios Loukas, Brion Benninger, and R. Shane Tubbs, helps you take a clinical approach to the study of anatomy. This unique dissection guide uses full-color photographs rather than anatomical drawings to orient you more quickly in the lab, and points out the clinical significance of each structure and every dissection you make. You will also find valuable information on several emergency procedures used today to further reinforce the clinical correlations.
  • 2011From: AccessMedicine
    David A. Morton, K. Bo Foreman, Kurt H. Albertine.
    Back -- Thorax -- Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum -- Head -- Neck -- Upper Limb -- Lower Limb.
  • Kyung Won Chung, Harold M. Chung.
    Presents detailed information and diagrams about human anatomy, with review questions and answers, and a comprehensive examination.
  • N. Anthony Moore, William A. Roy.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • N. Anthony Moore, William A. Roy.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Back -- Thorax -- Abdomen -- Pelvis and perineum -- Lower extremity -- Upper extremity -- Neck -- Head.
  • 1892-From: Google Books
    von P. Lesshaft.
    Also available: Print – v. 1, 1892.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Victor R. Preedy, editor.
    pt. 1. Tools and techniques in anthropometry : general methods -- pt. 2. Tools and techniques in anthropometry : water, hydration and surface area -- pt. 3. Tools and techniques in anthropometry : muscle -- pt. 4. Tools and techniques in anthropometry : adipose tissue, other compartments and relationships -- pt. 5. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : head and face -- pt. 6. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : limbs, extremities and bones -- pt. 7. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : joints and digits -- pt. 8. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : abdominal and trunk regions -- pt. 9. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : sensory organs -- pt. 10. Regions and anatomical areas of the body : internal organs, other tissues and regions -- pt. 11. Anthropometry of pregnancy : prenatal and postnatal aspects -- pt. 12. Anthropometry of infants and children -- pt. 13. Anthropometry of puberty and adolescence in health and disease -- pt. 14. Anthropometry of middle-aged and aged in health and disease -- pt. 15. Anthropometry in genetic disease and polymorphisms -- pt. 16. Anthropometry in cancer -- pt. 17. Anthropometry in exercise and sport activities -- pt. 18. Anthropometry in metabolic disease and obesity -- pt. 19. Anthropometry in diabetes -- pt. 20. Anthropometry in cardiovascular disease -- pt. 21. Anthropometry in organ disease -- pt. 22. Anthropometry in special conditions and circumstances -- pt. 23. Anthropometry in ethnic groups and cultural and geographical diversity -- pt. 24. Anthropometry and nutrition : general aspects -- pt. 25. Anthropometry and nutrition : micro- and macro-nutrients -- pt. 26. Biomechanical and ergonomic aspects.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Francis C. Wells.
    Leonardo's heart studies represent the pinnacle of his anatomical endeavours. They integrate structural form and dynamic function in a way that called upon his extensive experience and knowledge of hydrology, engineering, mathematics and architectural design. In his work on the heart, his use of ingenious diagrams as well as detailed representational drawings is cleverly combined with carefully crafted verbal descriptions of complicated physiological concepts. Some of which, developed through drawing, wereso advanced that only now with the advent of accessible technology and advances in modern knowledge of the heart, it is possible to re-interpret his conclusions and reveal how accurate his logical reasoning and pure observation really was. Several of his ideas continue to sit well alongside our modern understanding of cardiac physiology and heart function. This book features all 64 of Leonardo's drawings on the heart and its physiology, accompanied by translations of his accompanying notes.
  • Ronald W. Dudek, Thomas M. Louis.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Vertebral column -- Spinal cord and spinal nerves -- Autonomic nervous system -- Lymphatic system -- Chest wall -- Pleura, tracheobronchial tree, and lungs -- The heart -- Abdominal wall -- Peritoneal cavity -- Abdominal vasculature -- Abdominal viscera -- Sigmoid colon, rectum, and anal canal -- Spleen -- Kidney -- Suprarenal (adrenal) glands -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Pelvis -- Perineum -- Upper limb -- Lower limb -- Head and neck -- Eye -- Ear.
  • Ronald W. Dudek, Thomas M. Louis.
    Vertebral column -- Spinal cord and spinal nerves -- Autonomic nervous system -- Lymphatic system -- Chest wall -- Pleura, tracheobronchial tree, and lungs -- Heart -- Abdominal wall -- Peritoneal cavity -- Abdominal vasculature -- Abdominal viscera -- Sigmoid colon, rectum, and anal canal -- Spleen -- Kidney, ureter, bladder, and urethra -- Suprarenal (adrenal) glands -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Pelvis -- Perineum -- Upper limb -- Lower limb -- Head -- Neck -- Eye -- Ear.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    Gregory T. MacLennan ; illustrated by late Paul H. Stempen.
    Venous system -- Lymphatic system -- Peripheral nervous system -- Skin -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Anterolateral body wall -- Posterolateral and posterior body wall -- Inguinal region -- Pelvis -- Perineum -- Organs -- Kidney, ureter, and adrenal glands -- Bladder, ureterovesical junction, and rectum -- Prostate and urethral sphincters -- Female genital tract and urethra -- Penis and male urethra -- Testis.
  • 2014From: Karger
    volume editors, K. Szabo, M.G. Hennerici.
    Anatomy of the hippocampal formation / Schultz, C.; Engelhardt, M. -- Structure and vascularization of the human hippocampus / Tatu, L.; Vuillier, F. -- Coordinated network activity in the hippocampus / Draguhn, A.; Keller, M.; Reichinnek, S. -- What animals can teach clinicians about the hippocampus / Lavenex, P.; Banta Lavenex, P.; Favre, G. -- Memory function and the hippocampus / Opitz, B. -- Neuropsychological measures of hippocampal function / Wicking, M.; Nees, F.; Steiger, F. -- Conventional and diffusion-weighted MRI of the hippocampus / Szabo, K.; Forster, A.; Gass, A. -- Functional MRI studies of the hippocampus / Nees, F.; Pohlack, S.T. -- The hippocampus in neurodegenerative disease / Moodley, K.K.; Chan, D. -- Stress, memory, and the hippocampus / Wingenfeld, K.; Wolf, O.T. -- Epilepsy and the hippocampus / Chatzikonstantinou, A. -- Transient global amnesia / Szabo, K. -- Hippocampal stroke / Szabo, K.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    J.A. Gosling, P.F. Harris, J.R. Humpherson, I. Whitmore, P.L.T. Willan.
    Basic anatomical concepts -- Thorax -- Upper limbs -- Abdomen -- Pelvis and perineum -- Lower limbs -- Head and neck.
  • J.A. Gosling ... [et al.] ; photography by A.L. Bentley ; embalming and section cutting by J.T. Davies.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • John Nolte ; three-dimentional brain reconstructions by John Sundsten.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record

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Large number of high quality software and database programming titles from O'Reilly. Other software titles are also available from Sams and Prentice Hall. Limited to 7 concurrent users.Vast collection of software and database programming titles from multiple publishers, including Microsoft Press.Largest provider of engineering-related eBooks; includes titles in computer science and biomedical engineering.Over 4,000 full-text e-books covering scientific and technical information from CRC Press and others. Many handbooks and single volume reference sources.Includes peer-reviewed life science and biomedical research protocols compiled from Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods in Molecular Medicine, Methods in Biotechnology, Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology, Neuromethods, the Biomethods Handbook, the Proteomics Handbook, and Springer Laboratory Manuals.Contains full text access to selected biomedical and nursing books.

Provides online, full-text access to Springer's journal titles as well as journals from other publishers.

Subjects include: life sciences, chemical sciences, environmental sciences, geosciences, computer science, mathematics, medicine, physics and astronomy, engineering and economics. Also includes eBooks.

Collection of over 8 thousand fulltext titles in engineering, math, and basic and applied biomedical research. Coverage is from 1967 to the present.A library of ebooks on a wide array of topics, digitized and made available online in conjunction with the original publishers.

Stanford Medicine

Lane Medical Library