By Carmine D. Clemente

ISBN-10: 1582558892

ISBN-13: 9781582558899

The 6th variation of Clemente's Anatomy gains over 1,000 shiny, realistically specific full-color illustrations, plus a wealth of accompanying diagnostic photographs and diverse muscle tables. This classically geared up local atlas is predicated at the strikingly colourful, but practical illustrations of the world-renowned Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy.This variation comprises new plates at the brachial plexus and on nerves of the reduce limb in addition to new scientific photos, together with CT scans, x-rays, and sonograms. The publication additionally has a brand new image layout with brighter colours of headings and part tabs.A significant other site will supply an Interactive Atlas of chosen photographs for college kids and a picture financial institution for college.

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2 Abduction of the Upper Limb Inferior angle of scapula NOTE: (1) The first 20 degrees of abduction is performed by the supraspinatus muscle. (2) From 20 to 90 degrees, abduction is almost exclusively the action of the deltoid muscle. (3) Continuing beyond 90 degrees to 180 degrees (as shown in this figure), the vertebral border and inferior angle of the scapula must rotate laterally as the upper limb is elevated. 1 Surface Anatomy of the Right Upper Limb (Anterior Aspect) NOTE: (1) The vertically oriented medial bicipital furrow along the arm.

2 Arteriogram of the Upper Limb in a Stillborn Infant NOTE that the arteries of the upper limb derive from the brachial artery and the axillary artery. indd 42 11/10/09 4:27:10 PM Nerves of the Upper Limb PLATE 39 Brachial plexus, supraclavicular part Medial cord Brachial plexus, infraclavicular part Posterior cord Lateral cord Lateral cord of brachial plexus Axillary artery Medial root of brachial plexus Medial brachial cutaneous nerve Axillary nerve Superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve Musculocutaneous nerve Radial nerve Median nerve Posterior brachial cutaneous nerve Inferior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve Ulnar nerve Lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve Radial nerve Superficial branch Deep branch Anterior interosseous nerve Posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve Dorsal branch (ulnar nerve) Communicating branch with ulnar nerve Common palmar digital nerves Palmar branch (ulnar nerve) Deep branch (ulnar nerve) Superficial branch (ulnar nerve) Common palmar digital nerves Proper palmar digital nerves Proper palmar digital nerves FIGURE 39 Nerves of the Upper Limb NOTE that all of the nerves of the upper limb derive from the brachial plexus in the axilla.

In contrast, lateral rotation of the upper limb moves the humerus (arm) externally or laterally. indd 35 11/10/09 4:26:54 PM PLATE 32 Shoulder Region, Posterior Aspect: Muscles Spine of scapula LATERAL Acromion Deltoid muscle MEDIAL Trapezius muscle Levator scapulae muscle Subdeltoid bursa Teres minor muscle Supraspinatus muscle Surgical neck of humerus Tendon of biceps, long head Rhomboideus minor muscle Quadrangular space Tendon of pectoralis major muscle Infraspinatus muscle Deltoid muscle Rhomboideus major muscle Biceps muscle Triangular space Teres major muscle Triceps muscle; long head Brachialis muscle Triceps muscle, lateral head FIGURE 32 Posterior Scapular Muscles (Left) NOTE: (1) The supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor muscles all course laterally from the dorsal scapula, and all are considered “rotator cuff” muscles.

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