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AuthorFelts, William J. L. author
TitleGross Anatomy [electronic resource] / by William J. L. Felts
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer US, 1987
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Descript XIII, 199p. online resource


This manual is not intended as a textbook. Instead, it contains what one experienced teacher has judged to be the material most needed to prepare you to cope with a wide range of questions dealing directly or indirectly with Gross Anatomy. The emphasis is placed on material that has appeared on recent National Boards, Part I, examinations. Consequently, many points emphasized in your medical school course may not be stressed here. Therefore, before you begin your review, please examine the entire manual to appraise its organization and content. Throughout this review, text is kept to a minimum. The illustrations--essentially adaptations of blackboard drawings--support the text. You may wish to consult your favorite atlas of anatomy as well. A general table of contents follows this preface, and detailed ones precede each chapter to facilitate searches and cross references. The sequence of chapters takes you from the most straightforward regions (the extremities) to the most complex (head and neck), but you may, of course, follow any sequence suitable to your needs


Upper Extremity -- Joints and Movement -- Musculature -- Vasculature -- Some Important Relationships -- Lower Extremity -- Joints and Movements -- Musculature -- Vasculature -- Some Important Relationships -- Trunk -- Skeleton -- Musculature -- Lymphatics -- Autonomic Nervous System -- Thorax -- Thoracic Cavity -- Pleura -- Blood Vessels and Nerves in Thoracic Wall -- Trachea and Lungs -- Heart -- of Mediastinum -- Abdomen and Pelvis -- Abdominopelvic Cavity -- Peritoneum -- Abdominal Aorta and Inferior Vena Cava -- Gastrointestinal Tract -- Celiac and Mesenteric Arteries and Portal System -- Urinary System -- Male Reproductive System -- Female Reproductive System -- Distribution of Iliac Arteries and Veins -- Head and Neck -- Functional Components of Cranial Nerves -- Summary of Muscles and Their Innervations -- Vasculature -- Lymphatics -- Autonomics in the Head -- Cranial Cavity -- Orbit -- CN V2 Relative to Upper Jaw, Nasal Cavity and Palate -- Infratemporal Fossa -- Tongue and Suprahyoid Region -- Oral Cavity -- Nasal Cavities -- Pharynx -- Larynx and Thyroid Gland -- Posterior and Anterior Cervical Triangles and Cervical Plexus -- Parotid Region -- Questions and Answers -- Questions and Answers

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