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Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition

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Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition,John Hansen,ISBN9781455770083
 
 
 

  

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9781455770083

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Netter’s Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition is a Clinical Anatomy textbook you will actually "read." A concise, focused and manageable medical reference textbook for your busy lives! The uniquely aesthetic and memorable Netter-style illustrations-accompanied by descriptive text and tables-help you to visually grasp and focus on the most relevant clinical implications of anatomical concepts. Multiple-choice review questions at the end of each chapter plus online access to the complete text-with additional Clinical examples and study questions-result in a thorough but quick introduction to basic and clinical anatomy as well as a fast review source-the perfect supplement to your course's syllabus, lectures, conferences and labs.

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Key Features

  • Enhance your learning and understanding with "Clinical Focus" boxes presenting hundreds of illustrated clinical correlations that bridge anatomy to pathophysiology, and Features and Characteristics boxes that explain the relation between structure and function.
  • Get a quick overview of the MSK system. Muscle/Ligament/Joint Tables summarize attachment points, actions, and other key information related to each structure.

John Hansen

PhD

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Associate Dean for Admissions, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York

Netter's Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1-1 Psoriasis, 5

1-2 Burns, 6

1-3 Langer's Lines, 6

1-4 Fractures, 12

1-5 Degenerative Joint Disease, 13

1-6 Atherogenesis, 18

1-7 Asthma, 22

1-8 Potential Spaces, 38

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1-9 Myasthenia Gravis

Chapter 2 - Back

2-1 Scoliosis, 51

2-2 Cervical Fractures, 53

2-3 Osteoarthritis, 55

2-4 Osteoporosis, 58

2-5 Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis, 59

2-6 Intervertebral Disc Herniation, 59

2-7 Back Pain Associated with the Zygapophysial (Facet) Joints, 61

2-8 Low Back Pain, 62

2-9 Whiplash Injury, 64

2-10 Herpes Zoster, 75

2-11 Lumbar Puncture and Epidural Anesthesia, 77

2-12 Spina Bifida, 83

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2-13 Myofascial Pain

2-14 Acute Spinal Syndromes

Chapter 3 - Thorax

3-1 Thoracic Cage Injuries, 92

3-2 Fibrocystic Breast Disease, 96

3-3 Breast Cancer, 97

3-4 Partial Mastectomy, 98

3-5 Modified Radical Mastectomy, 99

3-6 Chest Drainage Tubes, 103

3-7 Pulmonary Embolism, 105

3-8 Lung Cancer, 106

3-9 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 107

3-10 Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, 107

3-11 Cardiac Tamponade, 110

3-12 Dominant Coronary Circulation, 112

3-13 Angina Pectoris (the Referred Pain of Myocardial Ischemia), 115

3-14 Coronary Bypass, 115

3-15 Coronary Angiogenesis, 116

3-16 Myocardial Infarction, 118

3-17 Cardiac Auscultation, 119

3-18 Valvular Heart Disease, 120

3-19 Cardiac Pacemakers, 122

3-20 Cardiac Defibrillators, 123

3-21 Mediastinal Masses, 127

3-22 Ventricular Septal Defect, 136

3-23 Atrial Septal Defect, 137

3-24 Patent Ductus Arteriosus, 138

3-25 Repair of a Tetralogy of Fallot, 139

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3-26 Hemothroax

3-27 Chronic Cough

3-28 Pneumonia

3-29 Cardiovascular Disease

3-30 Saphenous Vein Graft Disease

3-31 Infective Endocarditis

3-32 Mitral Valve Prolapse

3-33 Ventricular Tachycardia

3-34 Chylothorax

3-35 Coarctation of Aorta

Chapter 4 -Abdomen

4-1 Abdominal Wall Hernias, 152

4-2 Inguinal Hernias, 157

4-3 Hydrocele and Varicocele, 158

4-4 Acute Appendicitis, 163

4-5 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), 164

4-6 Hiatal Hernia, 165

4-7 Peptic Ulcer Disease, 166

4-8 Bariatric Surgery, 167

4-9 Crohn Disease, 168

4-10 Ulcerative Colitis, 169

4-11 Diverticulosis, 170

4-12 Colorectal Cancer, 171

4-13 Volvulus, 172

4-14 Intussusception, 175

4-15 Gallstones (Cholelithiasis), 176

4-16 Pancreatic Cancer, 178

4-17 Rupture of the Spleen, 179

4-18 Cirrhosis of the Liver, 185

4-19 Portal Hypertension, 186

4-20 Renal Stones (Calculi), 194

4-21 Obstructive Uropathy, 195

4-22 Malignant Tumors of the Kidney, 196

4-23 Surgical Management of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, 198

4-24 Congenital Megacolon, 206

4-25 Meckel's Diverticulum, 208

4-26 Congenital Malrotation of the Colon, 210

4-27 Renal Fusion, 211

4-28 Pheochromocytoma, 212

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4-29 Acute Abdomen: Visceral Etiology

4-30 Irritable Bowel Syndrome

4-31 Acute Pyelonephritis

4-32 Causes and Consequences of Portal Hypertension

Chapter 5 - Pelvis and Perineum

5-1 Pelvic Fractures, 219

5-2 Urinary Tract Infections, 225

5-3 Stress Incontinence in Women, 228

5-4 Uterine Prolapse, 229

5-5 Cervical Carcinoma, 229

5-6 Uterine Leiomyomas (Fibroids), 230

5-7 Endometriosis, 230

5-8 Uterine Endometrial Carcinoma, 231

5-9 Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, 231

5-10 Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding, 232

5-11 Ectopic Pregnancy, 233

5-12 Assisted Reproduction, 233

5-13 Ovarian Cancer, 234

5-14 Vasectomy, 237

5-15 Testicular Cancer, 238

5-16 Hydrocele and Varicocele, 238

5-17 Transurethral Resection of the Prostate, 239

5-18 Prostatic Carcinoma, 240

5-19 Hemorrhoids, 253

5-20 Episiotomy, 254

5-21 Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 255

5-22 Urethral Trauma in the Male, 259

5-23 Urine Extravasation in the Male, 259

5-24 Erectile Dysfunction, 260

5-25 Hypospadias and Epispadias, 264

5-26 Uterine Anomalies, 265

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5-27 Ovarian Tumors

 Chapter 6 - Lower Limb

6-1 Deep Venous Thrombosis, 273

6-2 Congenital Hip Dislocation, 276

6-3 Pelvic Fractures, 277

6-4 Intracapsular Femoral Neck Fracture, 278

6-5 Pressure (Decubitus) Ulcers, 282

6-6 Iliotibial Tract (Band) Syndrome, 283

6-7 Fractures of the Shaft and Distal Femur, 284

6-8 Thigh Muscle Injuries, 287

6-9 Diagnosis of Hip, Buttock, and Back Pain, 289

6-10 Revascularization of the Lower Limb, 291

6-11 Femoral Pulse and Vascular Access, 292

6-12 Multiple Myeloma, 298

6-13 Tibial Fractures, 299

6-14 Deep Tendon Reflexes, 299

6-15 Patellar Injuries, 300

6-16 Rupture of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, 300

6-17 Sprains of the Knee Ligaments, 301

6-18 Tears of the Meniscus, 301

6-19 Osgood-Schlatter Disease, 302

6-20 Osteoarthritis of the Knee, 302

6-21 Septic Bursitis and Arthritis, 303

6-22 Shin Splints, 305

6-23 Osteosarcoma of the Tibia, 305

6-24 Genu Varum and Valgum, 310

6-25 Exertional Compartment Syndromes, 310

6-26 Achilles' Tendinitis and Bursitis, 311

6-27 Footdrop, 316

6-28 Lateral Ankle Sprain, 316

6-29 Ankle Fractures, 317

6-30 Rotational Fractures, 319

6-31 Fractures of the Calcaneus, 320

6-32 Congenital Clubfoot, 323

6-33 Metatarsal and Phalangeal Injuries, 324

6-34 Plantar Fasciitis, 325

6-35 Deformities of the Toes, 325

6-36 Fractures of the Talar Neck, 326

6-37 Common Foot Infections, 327

6-38 Diabetic Foot Lesions, 328

6-39 Arterial Occlusive Disease, 329

6-40 Gout, 329

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6-41 Healing of Fractures

Chapter 7 - Upper Limb

7-1 Glenohumeral Dislocations, 348

7-2 Fracture of the Proximal Humerus, 349

7-3 Clavicular Fractures, 350

7-4 Rotator Cuff Injury, 354

7-5 Shoulder Tendonitis and Bursitis, 355

7-6 Brachial Plexopathy, 358

7-7 Axillary Lipoma, 361

7-8 Deep Tendon Reflexes, 367

7-9 Fractures of the Humerus, 367

7-10 Biceps Brachii Rupture, 370

7-11 Elbow Dislocation, 371

7-12 Fracture of the Radial Head and Neck, 375

7-13 Biomechanics of Forearm Radial Fractures, 377

7-14 Fracture of the Ulna Shaft, 382

7-15 Distal Radial (Colles') Fracture, 382

7-16 Median Nerve Compression and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, 387

7-17 Fracture of the Scaphoid, 388

7-18 Allen's Test, 388

7-19 De Quervain Tenosynovitis, 389

7-20 Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Dislocations, 390

7-21 Finger Injuries, 391

7-22 Radial Nerve Compression, 397

7-23 Proximal Median Nerve Compression, 400

7-24 Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome, 401

7-25 Clinical Evaluation of Compression Neuropathy, 402

7-26 Ulnar Nerve Compression in Cubital Tunnel, 403

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7-27 Trigger Finger

7-28 Rheumatoid Arthritis

7-29 Central Venous Access

Chapter 8 - Head and Neck

8-1 Skull Fractures, 415

8-2 Zygomatic Fractures, 415

8-3 Midface Fractures, 416

8-4 Hydrocephalus, 422

8-5 Meningitis, 423

8-6 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, 425

8-7 Epidural Hematomas, 427

8-8 Subdural Hematomas, 428

8-9 Transient Ischemic Attack, 428

8-10 Stroke, 429

8-11 Carotid-Cavernous Sinus Fistula, 430

8-12 Collateral Circulation after Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion, 430

8-13 Vascular (Multi-infarct) Dementia, 431

8-14 Brain Tumors, 432

8-15 Metastatic Brain Tumors, 433

8-16 Trigeminal Neuralgia, 438

8-17 Herpes Zoster (Shingles), 438

8-18 Facial Nerve (Bell's) Palsy, 439

8-19 Tetanus, 440

8-20 Orbital Blow-out Fracture, 443

8-21 Clinical Testing of the Extra-ocular Muscles, 445

8-22 Horner's Syndrome, 446

8-23 Eyelid Infections and Conjunctival Disorders, 451

8-24 Papilledema, 451

8-25 Diabetic Retinopathy, 452

8-26 Glaucoma, 453

8-27 Ocular Refractive Disorders, 454

8-28 Cataract, 455

8-29 Pupillary Light Reflex, 456

8-30 Mandibular Dislocation, 457

8-31 Mandibular Fractures, 459

8-32 Rhinosinusitis, 461

8-33 Nosebleed, 466

8-34 Acute Otitis Externa and Otitis Media, 471

8-35 Weber and Rinne Tests, 473

8-36 Cochlear Implant, 473

8-37 Vertigo, 474

8-38 Removal of an Acoustic Neuroma, 475

8-39 Common Oral Lesions, 480

8-40 Cancer of the Oral Cavity, 481

8-41 Hyperthyroidism with Diffuse Goiter (Graves’ Disease), 490

8-42 Primary Hypothyroidism, 491

8-43 Manifestations of Primary Hyperparathyroidism, 492

8-44 Emergency Airway: Cricothyrotomy, 500

8-45 Manifestations of Hoarseness, 500

8-46 Nerve Lesions, 511

8-47 Craniosynostosis, 518

8-48 Congenital Anomalies of the Oral Cavity, 518

8-49 Pharyngeal Arch and Pouch Anomalies, 519

 
 
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