By David A. Morton PhD, Kerry D. Peterson LFP, Kurt H. Albertine PhD
Realizing anatomical buildings is something. understanding tips on how to dissect them is one other. extra successfully than the other source, this effortless guide demonstrates the way to effectively dissect the trunk, head and neck, pelvis and perineum, and higher and reduce extremities. largely type verified and reviewed, it truly is confirmed to lessen the time you spend in dissection with out skimping at the information you should understand!
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GAFS pp 119–125 Rib Articulations ■ The 12 pairs of ribs articulate with the 12 thoracic vertebrae; observe the following articulations (Figure 5-3): ● Head of a rib with a superior costal facet ● Head of a rib with an inferior costal facet ● Tubercle of a rib with a transverse costal facet ● Shaft of a rib with the costal cartilage ● Costal cartilage with the sternum (Figure 5-4) ● True ribs — observe ribs 1–7 articulating directly with the sternum through independent costal cartilages ● False ribs — observe that ribs 8–10 do not articulate directly with the sternum and that ribs 11 and 12 (floating ribs) do not articulate with the sternum at all Superior articular process ACGA p 342 NAHA Plates 185–187 Superior costal facet Costal facet of transverse process Inferior articular process Intervertebral disc Sternum Vertebral body Inferior costal facet Rib 5 Costal cartilage Figure 5-3 Joints between ribs and vertebrae.
Transversospinalis group Semispinalis m. 26 Unit 1 ● Lab 3 The rib inferior to the vertebral origin, near the tubercle Deep Back, Vertebral Column, and Suboccipital Region Segmentally innervated by posterior rami of spinal nn. Extend the vertebral column and rotate the vertebral column contralaterally Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Churchill Livingstone, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Table 3-1 Deep Back Muscles—cont’d Muscle Proximal Attachment Distal Attachment Action Extends and rotates the head Innervation Suboccipital group of back muscle Rectus capitis posterior major m.
2) Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Churchill Livingstone, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. , and short head of the biceps brachii m. Acromioclavicular joint — synovial joint articulating the acromion and clavicle Sternum — the breast bone ● Manubrium — the wide superior segment of the sternum; identify the jugular (suprasternal) notch on the superior aspect of the manubrium ● Sternal angle — marks the junction of the manubrium and the body of the sternum; serves as the marking point for rib 2 ● Body of the sternum ● Xiphoid process — pointed, inferior part of the sternum ● Sternoclavicular joint — synovial joint, articulation of the sternum and clavicles Jugular notch Rib 1 Clavicle Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Acromion of the scapula Coracoid process of the scapula Manubrium Sternal angle Body of sternum Humerus Costal cartilage Xiphoid process Rib 7 Floating ribs Costal arch Rib 10 Figure 5-4 Bony landmarks of the thoracic rib cage.