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Anatomy atlas through the past due physician-illustrator. This paintings has turn into the top-selling anatomical atlas on this planet. comprises unique, full-color illustrations and a couple of new plates within the Netter kind through Carlos Machado. earlier variation: c1989. Hardcover, additionally on hand in softcover. DNLM: Anatomy--atlases.

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Flexion: Lateral and Medial perspectives 412A Ligaments of Elbow: correct Elbow - Anterior View 412B Ligaments of Elbow in ninety? Flexion: Lateral and Medial perspectives 412C Elbow Joint [Opened]: Anterior and Posterior perspectives 413A correct Radius and Ulna in Supination: Anterior View 413B correct Radius and Ulna in Pronation: Anterior View 413C Bones of Forearm: Carpal Articular floor and part of Radius 414A person muscle mass of Forearm: Rotators of Radius - Supination 414B person muscle mass of Forearm: Rotators of Radius - Pronation 415A person muscle tissue of Forearm: Extensors of Wrist and Digits 415B person muscle mass of Forearm [Continued]: Extensors of Wrist and Digits 416 person muscle mass of Forearm: Flexors of Wrist 417A person muscular tissues of Forearm: Flexors of Digits 417B person muscular tissues of Forearm [Continued]: Flexors of Digits 418 muscle groups of Forearm [Superficial Layer]: Posterior View 419 muscle mass of Forearm [Deep Layer]: Posterior View 420 muscle groups of Forearm [Superficial Layer]: Anterior View 421 muscular tissues of Forearm [Intermediate Layer]: Anterior View 422 muscular tissues of Forearm [Deep Layer]: Anterior View 423A Forearm: Proximal go part 423B Forearm: center go part 423C Forearm: Distal move part 424 Bony Attachments of muscle mass of Forearm: Anterior View 425 Bony Attachments of muscle mass of Forearm: Posterior View Wrist and hand [Back to approach] 426A Carpal Bones: Anterior [Palmar] View 426B Carpal Bones: Posterior [Dorsal] View 427A routine of Wrist: Hand in Abduction - Anterior [Palmar] View 427B pursuits of Wrist: Hand in Adduction - Anterior [Palmar] View 427C events of Wrist: Sagittal Sections 428A Ligaments of Wrist: Carpal Tunnel - Palmar View 428B Ligaments of Wrist: Flexor Retinaculum got rid of - Palmar View 429A Ligaments of Wrist: Posterior [Dorsal] View 429B Ligaments of Wrist: Coronal part - Dorsal View 430A Bones of correct Wrist and Hand: Anterior [Palmar] View 430B Bones of correct Wrist and Hand: Posterior [Dorsal] View 431A Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Ligaments: Palmar View 431B Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Ligaments: Medial perspectives 432A Wrist and Hand: Superficial Palmar Dissections 432B Wrist and Hand: Superficial Palmar Dissections [Continued] 433A Wrist and Hand: Deeper Palmar Dissections 433B Wrist and Hand: Deeper Palmar Dissections [Continued] 434A Flexor Tendons Arteries and Nerves at Wrist: Palmar View 434B Flexor Tendons Arteries and Nerves at Wrist: go part 435A Bursae areas and Tendon Sheaths of Hand: Palmar View 435B Bursae areas and Tendon Sheaths of Hand: move part 436A Lumbrical muscle tissue and Bursae areas and Sheaths: Schema 436B Lumbrical muscle groups: Schema 437A Flexor and Extensor Tendons in palms: Posterior [Dorsal] View 437B Flexor and Extensor Tendons in arms: prolonged - Lateral View 437C Flexor and Extensor Tendons in palms: Flexed - Lateral View 438A Intrinsic muscle tissues of Hand: Anterior [Palmar] View 438B Intrinsic muscular tissues of Hand: Posterior [Dorsal] View 438C Intrinsic muscle mass of Hand: Deep Anterior [Palmar] View 439A Arteries and Nerves of Hand: Palmar View 439B Arteries and Nerves of Hand: Deep Palmar View 440 Wrist and Hand: Superficial Radial Dissection 441 Wrist and Hand: Superficial Dorsal Dissection 442 Wrist and Hand: Deep Dorsal Dissection 443A Extensor Tendons at Wrist: Posterior [Dorsal] View 443B Extensor Tendons at Wrist: pass part at Proximal Wrist 444A hands: Sagittal part 444B palms: move part via Distal Phalanx 444C hands: Arteries and Nerves Neurovasculature 445A Cutaneous Nerves of Wrist and Hand: Anterior [Palmar] View 445B Cutaneous Nerves of Wrist and Hand: Posterior [Dorsal] View 446 Arteries and Nerves of higher Limb 447 Musculocutaneous Nerve 448 Median Nerve 449 Ulnar Nerve 450 Radial Nerve in Arm and Nerves of Posterior Shoulder 451A Radial Nerve in Forearm: Posterior View 451B Radial and Axillary Nerves: Cutaneous Innervation 452A Superficial Nerves and Veins of Shoulder and Arm: Anterior View 452B Superficial Nerves and Veins of Shoulder and Arm: Posterior View 453A Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Forearm: Anterior (Palmar) View 453B Cutaneous Nerves and Superficial Veins of Forearm: Posterior (Dorsal) View 454A Cutaneous Innervation of higher Limb: Anterior [Palmar] View 454B Cutaneous Innervation of higher Limb: Posterior [Dorsal] View 455A Dermatomes of higher Limb: Anterior View 455B Dermatomes of higher Limb: Posterior View 456A Lymph Vessels and Nodes of higher Limb 456B Lymph Vessels of Hand Hip and thigh 457A Coxal Bone: Lateral View 457B Coxal Bone: Medial View [Back to process] [Back to method] 458A Hip Joint: Anterior View 458B Hip Joint: Posterior View 458C Hip Joint [Opened]: Lateral View 459A Femur: Anterior View 459B Femur: Posterior View 460 Bony Attachments of muscle tissue of Hip and Thigh: Anterior View 461 Bony Attachments of muscle tissues of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View 462A muscular tissues of Thigh: Anterior View - Superficial Dissection 462B muscle tissue of Thigh: Anterior View - Deeper Dissection 463 muscular tissues of Thigh: Anterior View - inner most Dissection 464 muscle mass of Hip and Thigh: Lateral View 465A muscle tissues of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View - Superficial Dissection 465B muscle mass of Hip and Thigh: Posterior View - Deeper Dissection 466A Psoas and Iliacus muscle tissue 466B Psoas and Iliacus muscle groups: motion 467 Lumbosacral and Coccygeal Plexuses 468A Lumbar Plexus: Schema 468B Lumbar Plexus in Situ 469A Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses: Schema 469B Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses in Situ 470A Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Superficial Anterior View 470B Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Deeper Anterior View 471 Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: private Anterior Vie w 472 Arteries and Nerves of Thigh: Posterior View 473 Nerves of Hip and Buttock 474A Arteries of Femoral Head and Neck: Anterior and Posterior perspectives 474B Arteries of Femoral Head and Neck: Coronal part 474C Arteries of Femoral Head and Neck: Femur of kid - Anterior View 474D Arteries of Femoral Head and Neck: Anterior View in Situ 475A Thigh: Proximal pass part 475B Thigh: center move part 475C Thigh: Distal go part Knee [Back to approach] 476A Knee: Lateral View 476B Knee: Medial View 477A Knee in Extension: Anterior View 477B Knee: correct Knee a little bit in Flexion [Joint Opened] 478A Knee - inside: Inferior View 478B Knee - inside: more suitable View 478C Knee - inside: more advantageous View Ligaments and Cartilage got rid of 479A Knee - Cruciate and Collateral Ligaments: correct Knee in Flexion 479B Knee - Cruciate and Collateral Ligaments: correct Knee in Extension 480A Knee: Posterior View 480B Knee: Parasagittal part - Lateral to Midline 481 Arteries of Thigh and Knee: Schema Leg [Back to process] 482A Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: Anterior View 482B Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: Posterior View 483A Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: Anterior View - Ligament Attachments 483B Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: greater View 483C Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: go part 483D Tibia and Fibula of correct Leg: Inferior View 484A Bony Attachments of muscle mass of Leg: Anterior View 484B Bony Attachments of muscular tissues of Leg: Posterior View 485 muscle tissue of Leg [Superficial Dissection]: Posterior View 486 muscle groups of Leg [Intermediate Dissection]: Posterior View 487 muscle tissues of Leg [Deep Dissection]: Posterior View 488 muscle mass of Leg [Superficial Dissection]: Anterior View 489 muscle tissue of Leg [Deep Dissection]: Anterior View 490 muscle tissue of Leg: Lateral View 491A Leg: go part - Fascial booths 491B Leg: move part simply above heart of Left Leg Ankle and foot 492A Bones of Foot: Dorsal View 492B Bones of Foot: Plantar View 493A Bones of Foot: Lateral View [Back to process] 493B Bones of Foot: Medial View 494A Calcaneus of correct Foot: Lateral and more desirable perspectives 494B Calcaneus of correct Foot: Medial and Posterior perspectives 494C Calcaneus of correct Foot: Posterior View with Ligaments 494D Calcaneus of correct Foot: useful kin of Calcaneus 495A Ligaments and Tendons of correct Ankle: Lateral View 495B Ligaments and Tendons of correct Ankle: Medial View 496A Ligaments and Tendons of Foot: Plantar View 496B Metatarsophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joints: Lateral View 497A Tendon Sheaths of Ankle: Lateral View 497B Tendon Sheaths of Ankle: Medial View 498 muscle mass of Dorsum of Foot: Superficial Dissection 499 Dorsum of Foot: Deep Dissection 500 Sole of Foot: Superficial Dissection 501 muscle mass of Sole of Foot: First Layer 502 muscle tissue of Sole of Foot: moment Layer 503 muscular tissues of Sole of Foot: 3rd Layer 504A Interosseous muscular tissues and Deep Arteries of Foot: Dorsal View 504B Interosseous muscle tissues and Deep Arteries of Foot: Plantar View 505A Interosseous muscle tissues of Foot: Dorsal View 505B Interosseous muscle tissue of Foot: Plantar View Neurovasculature 506A Femoral and Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerves 506B Femoral and Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerves: Cutaneous Innervation 507A Obturator Nerve 507B Obturator Nerve: Cutaneous Innervation 508A Sciatic and Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerves 508B Sciatic and Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerves: Cutaneous Innervation 509A Tibial Nerve 509B Tibial Nerve: Plantar View 509C Tibial Nerve: Cutaneous Innervation of Sole of Foot 510A universal Peroneal Nerve 510B universal Peroneal Nerve: Cutaneous Innervation 511A Dermatomes of reduce Limb: Anterior and Posterior perspectives 511B Segmental Innervation of reduce Limb pursuits 512 Superficial Nerves and Veins of reduce Limb: Anterior View 513 Superficial Nerves and Veins of decrease Limb: Posterior View 514A Lymph Vessels and Nodes of reduce Limb: Anterior View 514B Lymph Vessels and Nodes of decrease Limb: Posterior View 514C Lymph Vessels and Nodes of decrease Limb: Inguinal sector [Back to approach] System contents [Skeletal] , [Muscle] , [Circulatory] , [Nerve] , [Urinary] ,[Respiratory] , [Endocrine] , [Digestive] , [Reproductive] , [Lymphatic] ====================== Skeletal [Back to nearby] Axial-Skull Axial-Vetebral column Axial-Ribs and sternum Appendicular top limb Appendicular reduce limb Muscle [Back to nearby] Head Neck Throax again Pelvis and perinum top limb(Shoulder and Arm) top limb(Forearm and Hand) reduce limb(Hip and Thigh) decrease limb(Leg and Foot) Circulatory center Artery-Head and Neck Artery-Back and Spinal Artery-Throax Artery-abdomen Artery-Pelvis and perinum Artery-Upper limb Artery-Lower limb Vein-Head and Neck Vein-Back and Spinal Vein-Throax Vein-abdomen Vein-Pelvis and perinum Vein-Upper limb Vein-Lower limb Nerve [Back to neighborhood] valuable: mind imperative: Spinal Peripheral: CN.

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