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AuthorThorek, Philip. author
TitleAnatomy in Surgery [electronic resource] / by Philip Thorek
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1985
Edition Third Edition
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-8286-7
Descript 938p. online resource

SUMMARY

In this book on surgical anatomy, the author ter of the illustrations are in color-a feature has deviated considerably from the usual plan which adds greatly to their value. and has presented the material with a stronger Anatomy is an important phase of surgery surgical viewpoint. Obviously, it will appeal and is very necessary in the training of a surยญ primarily to surgeons and particularly to those geon. Years ago it was perhaps overemphaยญ in training because operative technic is inยญ sized in the prerequisites of a surgeon. During cluded with the anatomy. The entire body is recent years when a knowledge of physiology covered in the anatomic discussion and the was found to be so important to the surgeon, principles of technic described for the imporยญ anatomy has to a great extent been neglected. tant operations. This method of presentation The pendulum is threatening to swing too far of anatomic data has an obvious advantage and give the young surgeon the idea that he in that it correlates the anatomy with the techยญ need not spend time on anatomy. The time nical phase of surgery; without question, the will never come when anatomy will be unimยญ young surgeon will find that this integration portant to the surgeon; the young surgeon will make it much easier for him to remember must always appreciate this. It may be safe the important anatomic details


CONTENT

Section 1. Head -- 1. Scalp -- 2. Skull -- 3. Brain -- 4. Cranial Nerves -- 5. Special Senses -- 6. Face -- Section 2. Neck -- 7. The Neck in General -- 8. The Anterolateral Region of the Neck -- 9. Root of the Neck -- Section 3. Thorax -- 10. Bony Thorax -- 11. Breast (Mammary Gland) -- 12. Diaphragm -- 13. Pleural Cavities and Pleurae -- 14. Lungs (Pulmones) -- 15. Trachea and Extrapulmonary Bronchi -- 16. Mediastinum (Interpleural Space) -- 17. Pericardium -- 18. Heart -- 19. Azygos System of Veins and Superior Vena Cava -- 20. Thoracic Duct -- 21. Sympathetic Chain -- Section 4. Abdomen -- 22. Abdominal Walls -- 23. Esophagogastrointestinal Tract -- 24. Liver (Hepar) -- 25. Gallbladder and Bile Ducts -- 26. Spleen -- 27. Pancreas -- 28. Blood Supply of the Gut -- Section 5. Pelvis -- 29. Pelvic Bones -- 30. Pelvic Diaphragm -- 31. Pelvic Viscera -- 32. Ureters -- 33. Neurovascular Structures -- Section 6. Male Perineum and External Genitalia -- 34. Male Perineum -- 35. External Genitalia -- Section 7. Female Perineum and External Genitalia -- 36. Female Perineum -- Section 8. Superior Extremity -- 37. Shoulder -- 38. Arm (Brachial Region) -- 39. Elbow -- 40. Forearm -- 41. Wrist. -- 42. Hand -- Section 9. Inferior Extremity -- 43. Hip -- 44. Thigh -- 45. Knee -- 46. Leg -- 47. Ankle -- 48. Foot -- Section 10. Vertebral Column, Vertebral (Spinal) Canal, Spinal Cord -- 49. Vertebral Column, Vertebral (Spinal) Canal, and Spinal Cord


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