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REFERENCES Bogduk, 1997. Bogduk N: Clinical Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine and Sacrum,  3rd edn.. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 1997. Brothwell and Pollard, 2001.  In: Brothwell DR, Pollard AM, ed. Handbook of Archaeological Sciences,  Chichester: Wiley; 2001. Cormack and Lamberty, 1994.  Cormack GC, Lamberty BGH 1994; see Bibliography. Crock, 1980. Crock HV: An atlas of the arterial supply of the head and neck of the femur in man.  Clin Orthop  1980; 152:17-25. Crock, 1996. […]

INTERNATIONAL REVIEWERS Masood Ahmed, MBBS, MS Professor, Department of Anatomy, Baqai Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan Sadakazu Aiso, MD, PhD Professor, Department of Anatomy, Keio University, School of Medicine, Keio, Japan Saad Al-Ali, MB ChB, PhD Senior Lecturer, Department of Anatomy with Radiology, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand PD Athavia, MB BS, MS, DHA, DHRD Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy, Lokmanaya Tilak […]

REFERENCES Barson and Sands, 1977. Barson AJ, Sands J: Regional and segmental characteristics of the human adult spinal cord.  J Anat  1977; 123:797-803. Bogduk, 2005. Bogduk N: Clinical Anatomy of the L Spine and Sacrum,  4th edn.. Edinburgh, Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005. Broadbent et al., 2000. Broadbent CR, Maxwell WE, Ferrie R, Wilson DJ, Gawne-Cain M, Russell R: Ability of anaesthetists to identify a marked lumbar interspace.  Anaesthesia  2000; 55:1122-1126. Carmichael and Gloviczki, 1999. Carmichael SW, Gloviczki P: Anatomy of the blood supply to the spinal […]

JOINTS All vertebrae from C2 to S1 articulate by secondary cartilaginous joints (symphyses) between their bodies, synovial joints between their articular processes, and fibrous joints between their laminae, transverse and spinous processes. In the cervical region, from C3 to C7, joints have been described between the uncinate or neurocentral processes of the inferior vertebral body […]

REFERENCES Adams et al., 2006. Adams MA, Bogduk N, Burton K, Dolan P: The Biomechanics of Back Pain,  2nd edn.. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2006. A comprehensive and detailed source of information on the functional anatomy, tissue biology and biomechanics of the lumbar spine. Batson, 1957. Batson OV: The vertebral vein system.  Am J Roentgenol  1957; 78:195-212. A pioneering study of the venous plexuses of the vertebral column which has become the […]

REFERENCES Boyce and Eccles, 2006. Boyce J, Eccles R: Do chronic changes in nasal airflow have any physiological or pathological effect on the nose and paranasal sinuses? A systematic review.  Clin Otolaryngol  2006; 31:15-19. Buck and Axel, 1991. Buck L, Axel R: A novel multigene family may encode odorant receptors: a molecular basis for odor recognition.  Cell  1991; 65:175-187. The 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded […]

REFERENCES Barker and Davies, 1972. Barker BCW, Davies PL: The applied anatomy of the pterygomandibular space.  Br J Surg  1972; 10:43-55. Describes the relationships of the structures within the pterygomandibular space, with particular reference to anaesthesia associated with an inferior alveolar nerve block. Bertilsson and Strom, 1995. Bertilsson O, Strom D: A literature survey of a hundred years of anatomic and functional lateral pterygoid muscle research.  J […]

  Print  |  Close Window Note: Large images and tables on this page may necessitate printing in landscape mode. Skandalakis’ Surgical Anatomy > Chapter 29. Lymphatic System > History The anatomic and surgical history of the lymphatic system is shown in Table 29-1. Table 29-1. Anatomic and Surgical History of the Lymphatic System Hippocrates (ca. 460-ca. 360 B.C.)   Described axillary […]

  Print  |  Close Window Note: Large images and tables on this page may necessitate printing in landscape mode. Skandalakis’ Surgical Anatomy > Chapter 26. Female Genital System > Female Genital System: General A knowledge of anatomy and physiology is just as essential to the gynecologist as a familiarity with the general principles of surgery; indeed, the very foundation stones of […]

  Print  |  Close Window Note: Large images and tables on this page may necessitate printing in landscape mode. Skandalakis’ Surgical Anatomy > Chapter 12. Great Vessels in the Abdomen > Abdominal Aorta History The anatomic and surgical history of the abdominal aorta is the history of the vascular system. It is presented in Table 12-1. Table 12-1. Anatomic and Surgical […]

  Print  |  Close Window Note: Large images and tables on this page may necessitate printing in landscape mode. Skandalakis’ Surgical Anatomy > Chapter 11. Retroperitoneum > History The anatomic and surgical history of the retroperitoneum is shown in Table 11-1. Table 11-1. Anatomic and Surgical History of the Retroperitoneum Morgagni 1761 Described retroperitoneal lipoma found at autopsy Cloquet 1817 Studied […]

Preface Each patient that you examine in your clinic with medical problems is composed of gross anatomic structures, which may or may not exhibit functional deficits. All students must therefore enter medicine with a basic knowledge of anatomy that is clinically relevant. The explosion in the knowledge of medical disease and the technological advances associated […]

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