Atlas of Human Anatomy: Splanchnology Ductless Glands Heart by Ferenc Kiss, János Szentágothai

By Ferenc Kiss, János Szentágothai

Atlas of Human Anatomy, quantity compiles illustrations that categorize the anatomy of the human physique. This publication is split into 5 major themes. the 1st 3 themes specialize in 3 platforms of the body-digestive approach, breathing procedure, and urogenital approach. a number of the organs pointed out within the digestive procedure comprise the salivary glands, pharynx, esophagus, abdominal, small gut, huge gut, and rectum. The components of the breathing method, equivalent to the nostril, nasal hollow space, larynx, trachea, and lungs also are pointed out. The anatomy of the urogenital procedure that contains the reproductive organs and urinary procedure are likewise named. The final themes distinguish the constitution of the ductless glands and center. This quantity is suggested for clinical scholars and clinicians undertaking paintings at the human anatomy.

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FOLLICULI LYMPHATICI INTESTINI THE AGGREGATED FOLLICLES OF THE ILEUM 57 Fig. 57. CECUM E T A P P E N D I X VERMIFORMIS (aspectus posterior) T H E CECUM AND VERMIFORM APPENDIX (posterior view) Fig. 58. OSTIUM ILEOCECALE (aspectus anterior, cecum apertum) THE ILEOCECAL ORIFICE (anterior view, the cecum opened) 58 Fig. 59. TUNICA MUCOSA INTESTINI CRASSI THE MUCOUS COAT OF THE LARGE INTESTINE Fig. 60. SECTIO TRANSVERSA INTESTINI CRASSI THE TRANSVERSE SECTION OF THE LARGE INTESTINE Fig. 62. TUNICA MUCOSA RECTI T H E MUCOUS MEMBRANE OF T H E RECTUM Fig.

43. VENTRICULUS IV. (tunica muscularis, stratum profundum) Fig. 44. VENTRICULUS V. (tunica mucosa, sectio frontalis) THE STOMACH, IV (muscular coat, deep layer) THE STOMACH, V (mucous membrane, frontal section) Fig. 45. DUODENUM ET PANCREAS I. THE DUODENUM AND T H E PANCREAS, I 46 Fig. 46. DUODENUM ET PANCREAS II. THE DUODENUM AND THE PANCREAS, II 47 48 Fig. 47. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS I. (omentum majus) THE POSITION OF THE ABDOMINAL VISCERA, I (greater omentum) 49 Fig. 48. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS II.

Aspectus posterior) THE MUSCLES OF THE PHARYNX, I (posterior view) 3* 36 Fig. 33. MUSCULI PHARYNGIS II. , med. ) THE MUSCLES OF THE PHARYNX, I I (lateral view, the superior, middle and inferior constrictor muscles of the pharynx) 37 Fig. 34. CAVUM PHARYNGIS (aspectus posterior, paries posterior apertus) T H E PHARYNGEAL CAVITY (posterior view, opened from behind) 38 Fig. 35. GLANDULA PAROTIS ET GLANDULA SUBMANDIBULARIS THE PAROTID AND SUBMANDIBULAR GLANDS 39 Fig. 36. SECTIO HORIZONTALIS CAPITIS HORIZONTAL SECTION THROUGH T H E HEAD 40 Fig.

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