By Denis Berdajs MD, Prof. Marko I. Turina MD (auth.)
Operative Anatomy of the guts covers precise information and art at the morphological description of cardiovascular surgical procedure and surgery. themes coated contain the complete anatomy of the human chest. An appendix offers the go sections of the human physique together with the thoracic, belly and pelvic hollow space. those sections are provided as morphological directions for higher interpretation of the pc scans.
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Topography of the internal intercostal muscles Supracostal vein/artery/nerve Intercostal vein/artery/nerve Endothoracic fascia Erector spinae Serratus anterior External intercostal muscle Ventral skin branch of intercostal artery/vein Intercostal nerve, anterior cutaneous branch Supracostal branch of intercostal nerve External oblique muscle Body rib (angle) External intercostal muscle Innermost intercostal muscle Fig. 32. 2 Deep Thorax Regions II Subclavian vein 1 Superior thoracic artery and vein III IV 1 5 V Endothoracic fascia 1 VI 6 4 Costal pleura VII 1 Costal periosteum 4 3 1 IX 6 3 1 X 1 3 3 XI 2 2 Superior epigastric artery and vein 3 XII 2 Fig.
Note that the opening of the thymus vein can be seen at the inferior aspect of the left vein; the thyroid vein drains into the angle between the left and the right brachiocephalic veins (Fig. 23). The right phrenic nerve runs along the lateral side of the superior vena cava. The left brachiocephalic vein was removed; the dissection was performed on the right at the superior vena cava and on the left at the junction between the left subclavian and internal jugular veins, thus exposing the aortic arch and the origin of the great vessel (Fig.
39 40 1 Thorax Regions Bibliography 1. Pernkopf E (1934) Topographische Anatomie des Menschen, Erster Band: Allgemeine Brust- und Brustgliedmaße. Urban & Schwarzenberg, Berlin and Vienna, pp 180–305 2. Nagy D (1960) Sebeszeti Anatomia, Mellkas. 1 Sternotomy 42 Median Sternotomy 42 Partial Sternotomy 49 Superior Partial “Inverse T” Sternotomy 49 Inferior Partial “T” Sternotomy 52 “J” Sternotomy 57 “j” Sternotomy 61 Thoracotomy 66 Anterolateral Thoracotomy 66 Posterolateral Thoracotomy 74 Posterolateral Thoracophrenicotomy 84 Minimally Invasive Approaches 95 Minimally Invasive Right Lateral Thoracotomy 95 Minimally Invasive Left Anterior Thoracotomy 98 Extrathoracic Approaches to the Heart 102 Transdiaphragmatic Approach to the Heart 102 Bibliography 108 D.