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An accessible guide to anatomical structures and the tools used for dissection
Learning and naming the many parts and systems of the human body can be a daunting task for medical and physical therapy students preparing for careers in various scientific and medical professions. With a combination of informative text and clear images, Photographic Dissector for Physical Therapy Students
provides an unparalleled examination of anatomical structures and the tools used for dissection.
Using visible external landmarks, students will learn how to locate internal structures and develop a better understanding of anatomy. The book offers thorough coverage of the types of tools for dissecting along with detailed photographic instructions for every step of dissection. Each tool is clearly defined with its purpose.
* Modeled to follow the curriculum of Doctor of Physical Therapy programs, which often includes simultaneous courses in kinesiology and physiology
* Clinical correlates throughout the book provide important information about function and dysfunction in order to inspire diagnostic thought
* Examples are drawn from real cases in clinical practice
* Each chapter contains a checklist of important structures
* Exam-style multiple choice questions and answers, along with explanations and strategies for working through the questions
Photographic Dissector for Physical Therapy Students
ContentsIntroductionviToolsviLaboratory SafetyxChapter I - The Back1.Superficial and Intermediate Back Muscles12.Deep Muscles of the Back83.Suboccipital Triangle of the Neck12Practice Questions for the Back14Chapter II - The Upper Limb4.Shoulder and Pectoral Regions155.Axilla236.Brachial Plexus277.Arm, Anterior Compartment318.Arm, Posterior Compartment319.Cubital Fossa3210.Forearm, Anterior Compartment3211.Forearm, Posterior Compartment3412.Glenohumeral Joint3613.Hand38Practice Questions for the Upper Limb40Chapter III - The Lower Limb14.Anterior Abdominal Wall and Inguinal Canal4115.Thigh, Anterior Compartment4216.Thigh, Medial Compartment4317.Gluteal Region4318.Thigh, Posterior Compartment4519.Popliteal Fossa4620.Leg, Posterior Compartment4721.Leg, Anterior Compartment4722.Leg, Lateral Compartment4823.Knee Joint4824.Foot4925.Joints of the Ankle and Foot50Practice Questions for the Lower Limb51Chapter IV - The Head & Neck26.Posterior Triangle of the Neck5327.Anterior Triangles of the Neck5328.Face5529.Infratemporal Fossa5630.Brain and Meninges57Practice Questions for the Brain6431.Orbit6632.Pharynx, Nasal and Oral Cavities6733.Larynx6834.Pterygopalatine Fossa69Practice Questions for the Head & Neck70Chapter V - The Thorax35.Thoracic Cavity and Anterior Thoracic Wall7136.Mediastinum7237.Heart7338.Lungs7839.Posterior Thoracic Wall79Practice Questions for the Thorax80Chapter VI - The Abdomen & Pelvis40.Abdominal Cavity8141.Celiac Artery8242.Portal System8343.Superior Mesenteric Artery8444.Inferior Mesenteric Artery8445.Posterior Abdominal Wall8546.Pelvic Cavity8647.Pelvic Hemisection8848.Ischioanal Fossa8949.Female Perineum9050.Male Perineum9151.Female Mammary Gland91Practice Questions for Abdomen & Pelvis91Answers to Practice Questions931.Back932.Upper Limb953.Lower Limb974.Head & Neck985.Brain996.Thorax1007.Abdomen & Pelvis101Index103List of Figures115