This note is designed to
familiarize the student with the organs of the human body on both the micro- and
macroscopic levels. At the completion of this note the student should understand
the basic anatomical organization of the human body including the relative
position of various organs, systems and tissues. Some information about organ
system functions will also be included.
This note is accomplished through a study of
the organization of the body’s systems from a microscopic level of organization
to the gross anatomy level. In addition, the relationship between structure and
function will be examined through the study of histological slides, photomicrographs, anatomical models and charts, mammalian (cat) dissection, and
human cadaver demonstration.
This book explains the anatomy of the following arteries of the human
body: The aorta, The arteries of the head and neck, The arteries of the upper
extremity, The arteries of the trunk, The arteries of the lower extremity.
master muscle list represents a quick and easy reference for accessing
information on the origin, insertion, nerve supply and action of a given muscle.
It contains the view a listing of muscles in the regions such as Back,
Upper Limb, Head and Neck, Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum, Lower Limb.
Author(s): Michael F. Dauzvardis, Ph.D., John A. McNulty, Ph.D.,
Baltazar Espiritu, M.D.David Lee, Susan Sadowski, Greg Klitz, Manzi Yuan
This book will be helpful in revising and consolidating the
knowledge that has been gained from the dissecting room and from more detailed
and explanatory textbooks. The book follows the standard format of the at a
Glance series and is arranged in short, easily digested chapters, written
largely in note form, with the appropriate illustrations on the facing page.
This book covers the following
topics: Anatomical Differences, Anatomic Terms, Anatomy Education, Bone Regions
of the Skull, Cavities of the Skull, Conchi, Coronoid Notch, Duodenum, External
Ear, Fibula, Foramen Magnum, Foramen Ovale, Spine, Sternum, Suture Lines,
Temporal Bone, Temporal Bone Parts and Vomer.
P. D'Alessandro, M.D and Ronald A. Bergman, Ph.D
This guide covers the following topics
related to Eyelid Anatomy: Surface Anatomy, Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue,
Orbicularis Oculi Muscle, Submuscular Areolar Tissue, Tarsi and Orbital Septum,
Eyelid Retractors, Fat Pads, Conjunctiva, Nerves, Vessels and Lymphatics.
The topics start with general ideas about body systems,
terms used in describing the structures of the body - where they are, how they
lie, their subdivisions, their blood and nerve supply, etc; the tissues and cell
types making up organs; and the structure and workings of cells. Then, explains the individual systems of the body, e.g., muscular, respiratory, etc.