By Elaine Nicpon Marieb, Patricia Brady Wilhelm, Jon Mallatt
Human Anatomy, 6th version builds upon the transparent and concise motives of the best-selling 5th version. A dramatically better paintings and photograph software, even clearer reasons and clarity, and extra built-in scientific insurance are all incorporated. famous for assisting you identify the framework wanted for knowing how anatomical constitution pertains to functionality, the text’s enticing descriptions now reap the benefits of a brand-new paintings application that includes vivid, saturated shades in addition to new side-by-side cadaver pictures. New concentration figures were extra that will help you clutch the main tricky themes in anatomy. observe: this is often simply the standalone publication
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For answers, see Appendix B. GROSS ANATOMY: AN INTRODUCTION ➤ Deﬁne the anatomical position. ➤ Use anatomical terminology to describe body directions, regions, and planes. ➤ Describe the basic structures that humans share with other vertebrates. ➤ Locate the major body cavities and their subdivisions. ➤ Name the nine regions and four quadrants of the abdomen, and name the visceral organs associated with these regions. Regional and Directional Terms To accurately describe the various body parts and their locations, you need to use a common visual reference point.
Superﬁcial (external) Toward or at the body surface The skin is superﬁcial to the skeletal muscles. Deep (internal) Away from the body surface; more internal The lungs are deep to the skin. Ipsilateral On the same side The right hand and right foot are ipsilateral. Contralateral On opposite sides The right hand and left foot are contralateral. *Whereas the terms ventral and anterior are synonymous in humans, this is not the case in fourlegged animals. Ventral speciﬁcally refers to the “belly” of a vertebrate animal and thus is the inferior surface of four-legged animals.
Other Branches of Anatomy Two branches of anatomy explore how body structures form, grow, and mature. Developmental anatomy traces the structural changes that occur in the body throughout the life span and the effects of aging. Embryology is the study of how body structures form and develop before birth. A knowledge of embryology helps you understand the complex design of the adult human body and helps to explain birth defects, which are anatomical abnormalities that occur during embryonic development and are evident after birth.