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Cross Section Anatomy

Schoemaker, Daniel M., Eycleshymer, Albert C.

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ISBN 10: 0390295892 / ISBN 13: 9780390295897
Published by McGraw-Hill Inc.,US, 1970
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Cross Section Anatomy

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Inc.,US

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...shown in conventional colors. The levels of the sections with reference to the various structures are indicated by the transverse lines 50-75. Key-figure X This Key-figure was made entirely by reconstruction. It represents a front View of the left arm, excepting that portion which has been shown in connection with the trunk. The levels оТ the sections with reference to the principal muscles are indicated by the transverse lines 50--75. This section is the first of those arbitrarily placed in the arm series. It should be recalled, however, that a considerable portion of the arm has been considered in connection with the trunk. The level of the section is indicated by line 50 in Key-figures IX, X. The section passes through the upper third of the humerus (19). The pectoralis major muscle (21) and the tendon (13) of the latissimus dorsi muscle disappear in this section. The superior profunda artery (10) takes origin from the brachial just above this level, and is here shown for the first time. The oephalic vein (20) pierces the fascia in the section. The basilic vein (6) has not united with the brachial (9) at this level. The following nerves are shown: the musculooutaneous (2), the internal cutaneous (5), the median (7), the ulnar (8), the lesser internal cutaneous (11), and the radial (12). Section 51 This section is about 27 mm. below the preceding section. Its level is indicated by line 51 in Key-figures IX, X. The intermuscular septa (4, 16) are iirst observed at this level. Section 52 This section is about 24 mm. below the preceding section. Its level is indicated by line 52 in Key-figures IX, X. The brachialis anticus muscle (17) is first seen at this level. The coracobrachialis muscle (2) and the deltoid muscle (18)...

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