By Harold M. Chung, Kyung Won Chung
Now in its 6th version, BRS Gross Anatomy is a chief path overview and textbook for scientific scholars in first-year anatomy classes. Written in concise, bulleted define structure, this article bargains USMLE-style questions with solutions and factors on the finish of every bankruptcy and in an end-of-book accomplished examination. different good points contain approximately one hundred fifty two-color illustrations, 50 radiologic medical pictures, medical Correlations packing containers, end-of-chapter summaries, and muscle tables. New to this version are highlighted "Development Checks" sections on embryology. Terminology has been up to date to comply to Terminologia Anatomica.
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Lateral wall: Posterior Anterior Base: humerus. wall: subscapularis, teres major, and latissimus dorsi muscles. wall: pectoralis major and pectoralis minor muscles. axillary fascia. A p e x : interval between the clavicle, scapula, and first rib. 32 Figure 2-8 Muscles of the pectoral region. B. Contents of the axilla Include the axillary vasculature, branches of the brachial plexus, lymph nodes, and areolar tissue. IV. 33 V. Brachial Plexus (see Figure 2-15) Is described in terms of its formation; branches from the roots, trunks, and cords; and distribution (see Nerves: I ).
The dermis contains downgrowths from the epidermis, such as hairs and glands, and the epidermis is an avascular keratinized layer of stratified squamous epithelium that is thickest on the palms and the soles. Just deep to the skin lies a fatty layer called t h e hypodermis. Is not only a protective layer and an extensive sensory organ but also is significant in body temperature regulation, production of vitamin D, and absorption. B. Appendages of the skin Have the sweat glands that develop as epidermal downgrowths, have the excretory functions of the body, and regulate body temperature; have the sebaceous glands that develop from the epidermis (as downgrowths from hair follicles into and empty into hair follicles, and their oily sebum provides a lubricant to and skin and protects the skin from drying; have h a i r s that develop as downgrowths, and their functions include protection, regulation of body the dermis) the hair epidermal temperature, and facilitation of evaporation of perspiration; and have n a i l s that develop as epidermal thickenings and that protect the sensitive tips of the digits.
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