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Fundamental Anatomy

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"Fundamental Anatomy" presents essential human anatomy and embryology in a readable and well-illustrated concise text. Written in narrative form, this reader-friendly textbook provides the conceptual framework that will help students need to master the structure and function of human anatomy. Using a systems-based approach, "Fundamental Anatomy" emphasizes organizational and development and insightfully integrates embryology for a more thorough understanding of adult gross anatomy. A companion Website offers the book's fully searchable online text. This title is part of "Doody's Core Titles 2009".
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Introduction I. Essentials of Early Development a. Introduction b. The Simple Form of Animate Life i. Three Basic Tissue Families ii. The Basic Method of Growth: Differentiation versus Proliferation c. Early Human Development i. The first three weeks of growth ii. Gastrulation iii. Neurulation iv. Lateral and Longitudinal Folding of the Embryo v. Mesodermal Growth vi. Early Development of the Heart and Circulatory System vii. Development of the Peripheral Nerves II. Cardiovascular System a. Heart Formation b. Changes in Circulation at Birth c. The Adult Heart d. Branches of the Arch of the Aorta e. Axillary Artery Branches f. Descending Aorta g. Beyond the Aorta h. Venous Return to the Heart i. Formation of the Inferior Vena Cava j. The Portal System of Venous Return k. Formation of the Superior Vena Cava l. The Lymphatic System III. Digestive System a. Abdominal Cavity b. Esophagus and Foregut c. Accessory Organs of Digestion,/LI> i. Liver and Gall Bladder ii. Pancreas d. Midgut e. Hindgut IV. Respiratory System V. Urinary and Reproductive Systems a. Development of the Kidney and Ureter b. Development of the Bladder and Urethra c. The Reproductive System d. Female Reproductive Anatomy Cranial Nerve VII - Facial nerve j. Cranial Nerve X - Vagus nerve k. Cranial Nerve XI-Accessory nerve l. Cranial Nerve XII - Hypoglossal nerve iv. The Autonomic Nervous System VII. Muscle and Connective Tissues a. Fascia b. The Skeletal System 1. A typical intervertebral joint 2. Atlantoaxial and atlantooccipital joints ii. Pubic symphysis iii. Hip joint iv. Knee joint e. The Muscular System i. Muscles of the axial skeleton ii. Muscles of the body wall iii. Muscles of the neck and head iv. Muscles of the upper limb v. Muscles of the lower limb VIII. Integument and Superficial Fascia

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