Atlas of the Human Skull

Atlas of the Human Skull Author H. Wayne Sampson
ISBN-10 0890964882
Year 1991
Pages 216
Language en
Publisher Texas A&M University Press

The skull is the most morphologically complex bony region in the human body, and Atlas of the Human Skull is an easy-to-use comprehensive atlas dedicated solely to its anatomy. This atlas presents such an extensive coverage of the human skull that even the most inexperienced student can identify its features. It is designed to be used by medical and dental students as well as practicing dentists and radiologists. The first section of the Atlas contains photographs of all views of the skull; the second is made up of photos of the disarticulated bones. The next section pictures muscle attachments, and the final two show radiological and anthropological landmarks. Bones, sutures, landmarks, and foramina are identified in the sharp and detailed photographs, and legends on the facing pages group terms by category for easy and rapid identification. The radiology and anthropology sections focus on the requirements of the practitioner. Two criteria guided the compilation of this atlas: ease of use and convenience as a study tool. The text--presented as legends keyed to the photographs--groups terms according to entries, such as bone, foramen, or landmark. Each foramen is supplied with a description of structures that it transmits. The keying of the features to legends on a facing page makes the book particularly easy to use as a study guide and avoids clutter or obscuring of detail on the pictures themselves. The size and clarity of the pictures allow easy viewing of each labeled structure. Small regions with many landmarks are enlarged to show detail. Multiple pictures are provided of any single complex view to prevent clutter and confusion. Such attention to detail and user needs makes this atlas is an excellent study and reference tool.

Skeleton Atlas

Skeleton Atlas Author David Marchal
ISBN-10 1495911306
Year 2014-03-14
Pages 232
Language en
Publisher CreateSpace

A stunningly realistic set of +200 images of the human skeleton! The images of the human skeletal system reveal all facets of the human skeleton model (skull, spine, rib cage, shoulder, arm, hand, pelvis, leg and foot) including bone fractures. Skeleton Atlas combines realism, beauty and educational value for students of skeletal anatomy. Making it a perfect match for everybody with an interest for anatomy and medical professionals such as osteopaths, chiropractors, physicians, nurses, physical therapists... The visuals offer a clear and extensive look into the skeleton. 3D models based on actual scanned skeletal data were used to recreate the most intricate details of the human skeleton. Special attention has been given to fractures, since this is a subject commonly searched for. Skeleton Atlas contains the following chapters: - Chapter 1. Human Skeleton - Chapter 2. Human Skull - Chapter 3. Human Spine - Chapter 4. Human Rib cage - Chapter 5. Human Shoulder Bones - Chapter 6. Human Arm & Forearm Bones - Chapter 7. Human Hand & Wrist - Chapter 8. Human Pelvis - Chapter 9. Human Leg & Lower leg Bones - Chapter 10. Human Foot & Ankle Bones This book covers: anatomy, fracture, bone, broken bones, Axial skeleton, Appendicular skeleton, Vertebral column, Pectoral girdles, Pelvic girdle, Cranium, Columna vertebralis, Vertebrae, Sacrum, Coccyx, Thoracic cage, Cavea thoracis, Sternum, Costal cartilages, Thoracic vertebrae, Articulatio humeri, Collarbone, Clavicle, Shoulder blade, Scapula, Humerus, Cingulum pectorale, Brachium, Antebrachium, Elbow, Articulatio cubiti, Manus, hand bones, Phalanges, Metacarpal, Metacarpus, Carpal bones, Carpus, Sesamoid bones, Wrist, Articulatio radiocarpea, Ulna, Radius, Cingulum pelvicum, Thigh, Femur, Cnemus, Crus, Calf bone, Fibula, Knee, Articulatio genus, Kneecap, Patella, Pes, Metatarsal bones, Metatarsus, Navicular bone, Cuboid bone, Cuneiform bones, Ankle bone, Talus, Heel bone, Calcaneus, Ankle, Articulatio talocruralis.

Epigenetic Variants of the Human Skull

Epigenetic Variants of the Human Skull Author Gertrud Hauser
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924051776072
Year 1989
Pages 301
Language en
Publisher E. Schweizerbartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung

With this atlas on ''Epigenetic Variants of the Human Skull'' Hauser and De Stefano produced a much required reference work on minor cranial variants. These traits were named epigenetic since they may be seen as products of genetically determined growth processes of other tissues (e.g. nerves, vessels and muscles) affecting bone information. Consequently they may undergo modification during ontogeny in the presence of modifying genes or relevant environmental conditions and generally show variable degrees of expression. Many of these variants had already been described mainly as mere skeletal anomalies. Renewed interest resulted when crosses between inbred strains of mice established the potential value of minor skeletal variants in genetic studies. But in the light of the new experiences one may ask if the characters selected were the most useful for their purpose? Are they easy to identify, and are their definitions rigorous and unambigous ? What is known about their embryology and development, their genetic control? Was their categorisation adequate? Are they of any general medical, forensic or surgical relevance? What is the extent of intrapopulation variation in incidence ? How do they vary between populations ? This atlas endeavores to answer such questions and to serve as a reference text. The entry of each of the 84 characters summarises its nomenclature, gross anatomy, function, embryology and growth, genetics, medical relevance, sex differences, symmetry (if the character is bilateral), laterality or side preference, age variation, association with other traits, and methods of scoring (the traditional as well as that now proposed). For some traits new results are given applying the proposed methods to male adult skulls of recorded age and origin as well as the frequencies of the variants investigated by traditional methods in a selection of the populations of the world from the literature. A most extensive bibliography and a synoptical index conclude this reference work which confronts specialists of Human Biology, Anthropology, Medicine, Biology and Genetics with a fascinating problem but is also most useful and comprehensible for students.

Photographic Regional Atlas of Non Metric Traits and Anatomical Variants in the Human Skeleton

Photographic Regional Atlas of Non Metric Traits and Anatomical Variants in the Human Skeleton Author Robert W. Mann
ISBN-10 9780398091033
Year 2016-03-01
Pages 744
Language en
Publisher Charles C Thomas Publisher

Photographic Regional Atlas of Non-Metric Traits and Anatomical Variants in the Human Skeleton provides a unique collection of photographs derived from a broad array of novel skeletal specimens from across the globe. This atlas depicts skeletal features that are compiled to facilitate simple and direct access to some of the most interesting specimens currently known. This reference book is intended for clinicians, anatomists, anthropologists, forensic scientists, pathologists, biologists and other allied medical professionals who are fascinated with the expression of morphological features of the skeleton. It is particularly useful to the human biologist investigating genetic relatedness among and between skeletal samples utilizing non-metric trait analyses since this atlas provides a comprehensive visual guide for not only the identification and nomenclature of skeletal morphological features, but also for the appreciation of the range of anatomical expression. Photographic Regional Atlas of Non-Metric Traits and Anatomical Variants in the Human Skeleton draws from skeletal features observed from over 10,000 skeletons in collections throughout the world and provides a comprehensive yet concise presentation for rapid and reliable referral. Traits are arranged and presented based on skeletal region that facilitates ease of use for the reader when attempting to identify a feature of interest. Photographs are vividly displayed which enhances the reader's ability to compare the standard reference to a desired feature. The authors draw on their own decades of experience in skeletal anatomy to provide the best photographic atlas available for referencing daunting anatomical variations and non-metric trait morphology. As a result, Photographic Regional Atlas of Non-Metric Traits and Anatomical Variants in the Human Skeleton provides a one-of-a-kind reference that serves as a crucial component in the pursuit of skeletal anomaly research and education.

Atlas of Developmental Field Anomalies of the Human Skeleton

Atlas of Developmental Field Anomalies of the Human Skeleton Author Ethne Barnes
ISBN-10 9781118430774
Year 2012-09-25
Pages 232
Language en
Publisher John Wiley & Sons

Written by one of the most consulted authorities on the subject, Atlas of Developmental Field Anomalies of the Human Skeleton is the pre-eminent resource for developmental defects of the skeleton. This guide focuses on localized bone structures utilizing the morphogenetic approach that addresses the origins of variability within specific developmental fields during embryonic development. Drawings and photographs make up most of the text, forming a picture atlas with descriptive text for each group of illustrations. Each section and subdivision is accompanied by brief discussions and drawings of morphogenetic development.

Color Atlas of Anatomy

Color Atlas of Anatomy Author Johannes Wilhelm Rohen
ISBN-10 0781790131
Year 2006
Pages 532
Language en
Publisher Schattauer Verlag

This atlas features outstanding full-color photographs of actual cadaver dissections, with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic images. The photographs depict anatomic structures more realistically than illustrations in traditional atlases and show students exactly what they will see in the dissection lab. Chapters are organized by region in order of a typical dissection. Each chapter presents structures both in a systemic manner from deep to surface, and in a regional manner. This edition has sixteen additional pages of clinical images—including CT and MRI—that students can compare with cross-sectional anatomic photographs. Many pictures have been electronically enhanced or rescanned for better contrasts.

Photo Atlas of Skull Base Dissection

Photo Atlas of Skull Base Dissection Author Masahiko Wanibuchi
ISBN-10 1588905217
Year 2009
Pages 434
Language en
Publisher Thieme

Praise for this book:[Four stars] Populated with superb pictures of anatomical dissections...highly recommend[ed] any clinician dealing with skull base conditions. - Doody's Review A richly illustrated, step-by-step guide to the full range of approaches in skull base surgery, this book is designed to enable the surgeon to gain not only the technical expertise for common procedures, but to be able to confidently modify standard approaches when necessary. Full-color images of cadavers orient the surgeon to the clinical setting by presenting in precise detail the perspective encountered in the operating room. The images demonstrate surgical anatomy and the relevant structures adjacent to the exposures. Special emphasis on the relationship between the operative corridor and the surrounding anatomy helps the surgeon develop a clear understanding of whether tissues adjacent to the dissection can be exposed without complications. Features: More than 1,000 high-quality images demonstrate key concepts Brief lists of Key Steps guide the surgeon through each step of the dissection Concise text supplements each photograph, providing descriptions of technical maneuvers and clinical pearls Coverage of the latest innovative approaches enables surgeons to optimize clinical techniques Through detailed coverage of surgical anatomy and relevant adjacent structures, this book enables clinicians to develop a solid understanding of the entire operative region as well as the limits and possibilities of each skull base approach. It is an indispensable reference for neurosurgeons, head and neck surgeons, and otolaryngologists, and residents in these specialties.

Atlas of Skull Base Surgery and Neurotology

Atlas of Skull Base Surgery and Neurotology Author Robert K. Jackler
ISBN-10 1588906531
Year 2008
Pages 268
Language en
Publisher Thieme

The second edition of Atlas of Skull Base Surgery and Neurotology presents an up-to-date reference for the latest techniques in the challenging area of skull base surgery. Greatly expanded in this edition is the book's broad coverage of technical maneuvers for the various surgical approaches. the atlas provides an overview of the fundamental concepts in surgical management with succinct descriptions of surgical anatomy, pathological anatomy of skull base problems, the use of endoscopes in skull base surgery, and vascular considerations.

Pocket Atlas of Radiographic Anatomy

Pocket Atlas of Radiographic Anatomy Author Torsten B. Möller
ISBN-10 0865778744
Year 2000
Pages 374
Language en
Publisher Thieme

In spite of the advent of digital imaging modalities, the importance of interpreting conventional radiographs has not diminished. As with the first edition, this book presents radiographic anatomy as it appears in all commonly performed radiographic examinations. The visible anatomic structures are keyed to schematic drawings on the opposing page, thus aiding identification and interpretation. For the the new edition, many studies have been replaced with better quality radiographs and drawings.