BD Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy - Lower Limb, Abdomen & Pelvis by Dr,. BD Chaurasia

By Dr,. BD Chaurasia

The main learn publication in first yr of scientific existence

Show description

Read or Download BD Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy - Lower Limb, Abdomen & Pelvis (Volume 2) PDF

Similar anatomy books

The Handy Anatomy Answer Book (The Handy Answer Book Series)

This convenient solution ebook is helping a lay individual comprehend extra approximately Anatomy. additionally very colourful illustrations to assist out be aware of what's what and the place it's situated.

Introduction to mathematical methods in bioinformatics

This booklet seems on the mathematical foundations of the versions presently in use. All present books on bioinformatics are software-orientated they usually be aware of machine implementations of mathematical types of biology. This publication is exclusive within the experience that it seems on the mathematical foundations of the versions, that are the most important for proper interpretation of the outputs of the versions.

An Introduction to Medical Science: A Comprehensive Guide to Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology

This can be a booklet for rookies. i've got attempted to put in writing a textual content that no longer voice their court cases in particular anatomical, biochemical will be priceless to scholars of numerous backgrounds who're or physiolq,gical phrases. it'd be an strange sufferer who beginning simple technology reports in practise for paintings in a single complains that anything is incorrect together with his or her DNA of the numerous future health fields.

Extra info for BD Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy - Lower Limb, Abdomen & Pelvis (Volume 2)

Sample text

The cylindrical shaft is convex forwards. Anatomical Position 1. The head is directed medially upwards and slightly forwards. 2. The shaft is directed obliquely downwards and medially so that the lower surfaces of the two condyles of the femur lie in the same horizontal plane. Upper End The upper end of the femur includes the head, the neck, the greater trochanter, the lesser trochanter, the intertrochanteric line, and the intertrochanteric crest. These are described as follows. Head 1. The head forms more than half a sphere, and is directed medially, upwards and slightly forwards (Fig.

Lesser Trochanter It is a conical eminence directed medially and backwards from the junction of the posteroinferior part of the neck with the shaft. Intertrochanteric Line It marks the junction of the anterior surface of the neck with the shaft of the femur. It is a prominent roughened ridge which begins above, at the anterosuperior angle of the greater trochanter as a tubercle, and is continuous below with the spiral line in front of the lesser trochanter. The spiral line winds round the shaft below the lesser trochanter to reach the posterior surface of the shaft (Fig.

The posteromedial part of the plantar surface provides (a) insertion to a slip from the tibialis posterior; and (b) origin to the flexor hallucis brevis. 5. The nonarticular part of the medial surface provides attachment to ligaments, including the lateral limb of the bifurcate ligament. Ossification: The cuboid bone ossifies from one centre which appears just before birth. _________________ CUBOID ________________ The cuboid is the lateral bone of the distal row of the tarsus, situated in front of the calcaneum and behind the fourth and fifth metatarsal bones.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.46 of 5 – based on 19 votes