By Carmine D. Clemente
The 6th version of Clemente's Anatomy positive factors over 1,000 brilliant, realistically certain full-color illustrations, plus a wealth of accompanying diagnostic photos and diverse muscle tables. This classically geared up local atlas is predicated at the strikingly colourful, but lifelike illustrations of the world-renowned Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy.This variation contains new plates at the brachial plexus and on nerves of the reduce limb in addition to new medical pictures, together with CT scans, x-rays, and sonograms. The ebook additionally has a brand new photo layout with brighter shades of headings and part tabs.A spouse web site will provide an Interactive Atlas of chosen pictures for college students and a picture financial institution for school.
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The median cubital vein is often used for the withdrawal of blood and the injection of fluids into the vascular system. Care must be taken not to injure the median nerve or puncture the brachial artery, which lie deep to the median cubital vein and the underlying bicipital aponeurosis. 2A–C Variations of the Superficial Veins in the Antecubital Fossa NOTE: Each of these three variations is an enlargement of the antecubital region shown in the figure above. **This variation (rare) of a superficial branch of the brachial artery is important to understand.
2) Both the suprascapular nerve and the artery pass beneath the inferior transverse scapular ligament to reach the infraspinatus fossa. (3) The axillary nerve supplies four structures: (a) the teres minor muscle, (b) the deltoid muscle, (c) the capsule of the shoulder joint, and (d) the skin over the shoulder joint. (4) The axillary nerve and posterior humeral circumflex artery from the dorsal view. These two structures have passed through the quadrangular space, whereas the circumflex scapular artery reaches the infraspinatus fossa through the triangular space.
2) The intercostal nerves give off lateral and anterior cutaneous branches. (3) Anastomoses between the thoracoepigastric vein above and the superficial iliac circumflex and inferior epigastric veins below. (4) The breast, its innervation (T2–T6 intercostal nerves), and its blood supply (internal thoracic artery, lateral thoracic artery, and intercostal arteries). (5) The nipple at the level of T4 and the umbilicus at the level of T10. 1 A Typical Segmental Spinal Nerve and Lateral branch Medial branch Its Branches (From Clemente’s Anatomy Dissector, 2nd Edition.
Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body (6th Edition) by Carmine D. Clemente