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Over the last 22 years, Anatomy and Human circulation has grown right into a vintage textbook, assisting scholars to appreciate and bear in mind the mechanisms which enable flow to ensue. Now in its 6th variation, the technique is still an analogous - every one component to the physique is gifted systematically the place readers are brought to the bones, then guided in the course of the muscle groups, joints , frightened process and blood provide. Anatomy of the musculoskeletal procedure is delivered to lifestyles via uncomplicated complete color paintings following a color key for readability and accuracy. designated account of anatomy Stresses dating among constitution and serve as precis bins used for fast revision aids or basic overviews Over 800 complete color line drawings Over 50 photos (including radiographs) Stimulates figuring out and studying of anatomy and alertness to human move greater and new paintings Radiographs enlargement of joint substitute sections СКАЧАТЬ

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During the fourth week following fertilization the trilaminar disc bulges further into the amniotic cavity. Under the cranial and caudal parts of the disc a head and tail fold appear; at the same time marked folding occurs along the lateral margins of the embryo (Fig. 26B). Further development is considered in the appropriate section as necessary. Development of the ear and eye are outlined on pages 565 and 568 respectively, the musculoskeletal system and limbs on pages 36 (upper limb) and 203 (lower limb), the cardiovascular system on page 507, the respiratory system on page 515, the digestive system on page 522, the urinary system on page 532, the genital system on page 535, and the nervous system on page 490.

The subcutaneous connective tissue contains blood and lymph vessels, the roots of hair follicles, the secretory parts of sweat glands, cutaneous nerves, and sensory endings (particularly Pacinian (pressure) corpuscles) (Figs. 21). In the subcutaneous tissue overlying joints, subcutaneous bursae exist, which contain a small amount of fluid thereby facilitating movement of the skin in these regions. Cutaneous sensory receptors The nerve endings in skin vary in structure from simple to complex formations.

From the embryonic ectoderm the outer covering of the embryo is formed. This includes the outer layers of the skin and its derivatives (hair, nails); the mucous membrane of the cranial and caudal ends of the alimentary canal; the central and peripheral nervous systems, including the retina; and part of the iris of the eye. 25 (A) Site of development of the prochordal plate, (B) further development of the prochordal plate and appearance of the primitive streak, (C) the trilaminar disc, (D) formation of the neural groove.

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