Textbook of Anatomy Upper Limb and Thorax
The upper limb is the organ of the body, responsible for manual activities. It is freely movable, especially its distal segment—the hand, which is adapted for grasping and manipulating the objects. A brief description of comparative anatomy of the limbs would facilitate understanding of their structure and function.
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Textbook of Anatomy: General anatomy
The Second Edition of this book is updated in accordance with the syllabus of Anatomy recommended by the Medical Council of India. It covers in detail fundamentals of human anatomy and builds understanding of structures, their relations and functions within the complex human body. Following recent trends of anatomy education, the book in addition to
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Textbook of Anatomy Abdomen and Lower Limb
The abdomen is the lower part of the trunk below the diaphragm. Its walls surround a large cavity called the abdominal cavity. The abdominal cavity is much more extensive than what it appears from the outside. It extends upward deep to the costal margin up to the diaphragm and downward within the bony pelvis. Thus,
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Textbook of Anatomy Head, Neck, and Brain
The head is the globular cranial end of the body, which contains brain and special sense organs, viz. eyes for vision, ears for hearing and equilibrium, nose for smell, and tongue for taste. It also provides openings for the respiratory and digestive systems. Structurally and developmentally, the head is divided into two parts: cranium and
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