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Now in its fourteenth edition, Clinical Anatomy is the definitive text offering medical students, postgraduate trainees and junior doctors the anatomical information they need to succeed in a clinical setting.

Professor Harold Ellis and Professor Vishy Mahadevan provide an accessible, comprehensive, and detailed exploration of anatomy, specifically designed for students and trainees at all levels. Revised and updated, the fourteenth edition contains more information about the nervous system as well as medical images, diagrams and photographs that are overlaid with anatomical illustrations, revealing detailed surface anatomy. This edition:

Puts greater emphasis on clinical relevance and contains more content for non-surgical trainees
Offers a variety of illustrative clinical scenario case studies
Contains many more medical images and diagrams such as CT and MRI
Presents expanded information on the nervous system
Includes a companion website that contains digital flashcards of all the illustrations and photographs presented in the book
Written for medical students, junior doctors, and those studying for The Royal College of Surgeons examinations, the new edition of Clinical Anatomy continues to be an essential resource for understanding the basics of clinical anatomy.
Table of contents :
Title Page
……Page 5
Copyright Page……Page 6
Contents……Page 7
Preface to the Fourteenth Edition……Page 15
Preface to the First Edition……Page 17
Acknowledgements to the Fourteenth Edition……Page 19
Acknowledgements to the First Edition……Page 21
About the Companion Website……Page 22
Part 1 The Thorax……Page 23
Surface anatomy and surface markings……Page 25
The pleura (Figs 2, 3)……Page 26
The heart (Fig. 4)……Page 28
The thoracic vertebrae……Page 29
The ribs……Page 30
The sternum……Page 33
The intercostal spaces……Page 34
The diaphragm……Page 36
The trachea (Figs 14, 15)……Page 42
The lungs (Figs 18, 19)……Page 47
The pericardium……Page 52
The heart (Fig. 24)……Page 53
The oesophagus……Page 68
The thoracic duct (Figs 37, 213)……Page 72
The thoracic sympathetic trunk (Fig. 38a,b)……Page 74
On the examination of a chest radiograph……Page 76
Radiographic appearance of the heart……Page 77
Part 2 The Abdomen and Pelvis……Page 79
Vertebral levels (Fig. 40a)……Page 81
Surface markings of individual viscera (Fig. 40b)……Page 83
Fasciae of the abdominal wall……Page 84
The muscles of the anterior abdominal wall……Page 85
The anatomy of abdominal incisions……Page 87
The inguinal canal (Fig. 43)……Page 89
Peritoneal cavity……Page 92
The subphrenic spaces (Fig. 48)……Page 95
The stomach……Page 97
The duodenum……Page 102
Small intestine……Page 104
Large intestine……Page 105
The appendix……Page 106
The rectum……Page 108
Arterial supply of the intestine……Page 112
The portal system of veins……Page 113
The structure of the alimentary canal……Page 115
The development of the intestine and its congenital abnormalities (Fig. 67)……Page 116
The liver (Fig. 69)……Page 119
The biliary system (Fig. 73)……Page 124
The gall bladder (Fig. 73)……Page 125
The pancreas (Figs 55, 56)……Page 128
The spleen……Page 130
The kidneys……Page 132
The ureter……Page 135
The embryology and congenital abnormalities of the kidney and ureter (Fig. 83)……Page 137
The bladder (Figs 60, 61, 85)……Page 139
The urethra……Page 141
The prostate (Fig. 85)……Page 143
Testis and epididymis (Figs 87, 88)……Page 146
The os innominatum (Fig. 90)……Page 151
The sacrum (Fig. 91)……Page 152
The coccyx……Page 153
Joints and ligamentous connections of the pelvis……Page 154
Differences between the male and female pelvis (Fig. 92)……Page 155
Obstetrical pelvic measurements (Fig. 93)……Page 156
Variations of the pelvic shape (Fig. 94)……Page 157
Sacral (caudal) anaesthesia……Page 159
The muscles of the pelvic floor and perineum……Page 160
The anterior (urogenital) perineum (Figs 96, 97)……Page 161
The posterior (anal) perineum (Figs 97, 98)……Page 163
The vulva……Page 164
The vagina (Fig. 99)……Page 165
The uterus (Figs 99, 100)……Page 166
The fallopian tubes (Fig. 104)……Page 171
The ovary (Fig. 104)……Page 172
The endopelvic fascia and the pelvic ligaments (Fig. 105)……Page 174
Vaginal examination……Page 175
Embryology of the fallopian tubes, uterus and vagina (Fig. 106)……Page 176
The posterior abdominal wall……Page 177
Abdominal aorta (Fig. 108)……Page 179
Inferior vena cava (Fig. 108)……Page 181
Lumbar sympathetic chain……Page 182
Computed axial tomography……Page 183
Part 3 The Upper Limb……Page 185
Bones and joints (see Figs 117, 119, 120, 122)……Page 187
Vessels……Page 188
Nerves……Page 190
The clavicle (Fig. 117)……Page 192
The humerus (Fig. 119)……Page 194
The radius and ulna (Fig. 120)……Page 196
The bones of the hand (Fig. 122)……Page 198
The shoulder joint (Figs 125, 126)……Page 200
The elbow joint (Figs 129, 130)……Page 205
The wrist joint (Fig. 132)……Page 207
The joints of the hand (Fig. 132)……Page 208
The axilla……Page 211
The cubital fossa……Page 212
The carpal tunnel……Page 213
The brachial artery……Page 214
The brachial plexus……Page 215
The radial nerve……Page 219
The ulnar nerve……Page 221
Compartments of the upper limb……Page 223
The female breast……Page 224
Lymphatic drainage……Page 225
Development……Page 227
The anatomy of upper limb deformities……Page 228
The superficial pulp space of the fingers (Fig. 144)……Page 232
The ulnar and radial bursae and the synovial tendon sheaths of the fingers (Fig. 145)……Page 233
Part 4 The Lower Limb
……Page 237
Bones and joints……Page 239
Mensuration in the lower limb……Page 240
Muscles and tendons……Page 243
Vessels……Page 244
Nerves……Page 247
The femur (Figs 157, 158)……Page 249
The patella……Page 254
The tibia (Fig. 164)……Page 256
A note on growing ends and nutrient foramina in the long bones……Page 258
The hip joint (Figs 165, 166)……Page 259
The knee joint (Figs 168, 169)……Page 264
The ankle joint (Fig. 170)……Page 268
The joints of the foot……Page 270
The arches of the foot (Fig. 171)……Page 271
The femoral triangle (Fig. 173)……Page 273
The adductor canal (of Hunter) or subsartorial canal (Fig. 176)……Page 278
The popliteal fossa (Fig. 177)……Page 279
Femoral artery……Page 280
Posterior tibial artery……Page 282
The veins of the lower limb……Page 283
The lumbar plexus (Fig. 180)……Page 286
The sacral plexus (Fig. 181)……Page 288
The sciatic nerve……Page 290
The tibial nerve (Fig. 177a,b)……Page 291
The common peroneal (fibular) nerve……Page 292
Compartments of the lower limb……Page 293
Compartments in the segments of the lower limb……Page 294
Compartment syndrome……Page 295
Part 5 The Head and Neck……Page 297
Introduction……Page 299
Tissue planes and fascial layers in the anterior part of the neck……Page 301
The thyroid gland……Page 304
The parathyroid glands (Fig. 192)……Page 308
The palate……Page 310
The development of the face, lips and palate with special reference to their congenital deformities (Fig. 195)……Page 311
The tongue……Page 313
The floor of the mouth……Page 317
The nasopharynx……Page 318
The palatine tonsils……Page 320
The laryngopharynx……Page 322
The mechanism of deglutition……Page 323
The larynx……Page 325
The parotid gland……Page 331
The submandibular gland……Page 334
The common carotid arteries……Page 335
The external carotid artery……Page 336
The internal carotid artery……Page 337
The subclavian arteries (Fig. 213)……Page 340
The intracranial dural venous sinuses (Fig. 214)……Page 343
The internal jugular vein……Page 346
The subclavian vein……Page 347
The lymph nodes of the neck……Page 349
The cervical sympathetic trunk……Page 351
The branchial system and its derivatives……Page 352
Surface anatomy and surface markings of the head……Page 353
The scalp……Page 355
The skull (Figs 222, 223, 224)
……Page 356
Floor of the cranial cavity (Fig. 223b)……Page 359
Development……Page 361
The paranasal sinuses (accessory nasal sinuses)……Page 362
The maxillary sinus (antrum of Highmore) (Fig. 226)……Page 363
The ethmoid sinuses……Page 365
The mandible (Fig. 227)……Page 366
The temporomandibular joint……Page 367
The teeth……Page 368
The cervical vertebrae (n = 7)……Page 369
The lumbar vertebrae (n = 5)……Page 372
The intervertebral joints……Page 373
Chapter 6 The Nervous System……Page 377
The brainstem……Page 379
The cerebellum……Page 382
The diencephalon……Page 384
The pituitary gland (hypophysis cerebri)……Page 386
The cerebral hemispheres……Page 387
The membranes of the brain and spinal cord (the meninges)……Page 398
The ventricular system and the cerebrospinal fluid circulation……Page 399
The spinal cord……Page 403
Age differences……Page 406
The membranes of the cord (the meninges) (Fig. 248)……Page 407
The olfactory nerve (I)……Page 410
The optic nerve (II) and the visual pathway……Page 411
The oculomotor nerve (III)……Page 413
The trochlear nerve (IV)……Page 414
The trigeminal nerve (V) (Figs 253, 254)……Page 415
The facial nerve (VII)……Page 420
The auditory (vestibulocochlear) nerve (VIII)……Page 423
The glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) (Fig. 210)……Page 424
The vagus nerve (X)……Page 425
The accessory nerve (XI) (Figs 210, 234b)……Page 426
The hypoglossal nerve (XII)……Page 427
The nose
……Page 428
The ear……Page 430
The eye and associated structures……Page 433
The autonomic nervous system……Page 439
The sympathetic system……Page 442
The sympathetic trunk……Page 443
The parasympathetic system……Page 446
Glossary of eponyms……Page 449
Index……Page 455
EULA……Page 491

BOOK Details____
Title: Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors 14th edition
Author(s): Harold Ellis, Vishy Mahadevan
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Year: 2018 Edition: 14th Edition
Language: English Pages (biblio\tech): 491\491
ISBN: 978-1-119-32551-2 ID: 2338613
Size: 33 MB (34887823 B) Extension: pdf

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