Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy by B. Ganananda Nanayakkara
By B. Ganananda Nanayakkara
Color Atlas of Human Anatomy - Head and Neck is designed to supply an knowing of the human head and neck area for undergraduate and publish graduate scholars in drugs and Allied overall healthiness Sciences. it's a sensible consultant within the dissection theater to spread the placement and kinfolk of the buildings of the top and neck. regardless of many Anatomical Atlases at present on hand, there seemed to be a necessity for an Atlas which compliments the Cunnighams guide of sensible Anatomy, that's commonly authorised world wide as a customary anatomy textual content. This Atlas was once conceived with the goal of gratifying that desire. color Atlas of Human Anatomy - Head and Neck follows the Cunninghams guide of useful Anatomy (Volume 3). It involves sequential photos taken at a number of levels of dissection of the pinnacle and neck area. as a result the pictures permit facet by way of facet comparability with anatomical constructions encountered throughout the dissections. during this manner, we are hoping to bridge the distance among description of the textual content e-book and what scholars see within the cadavers. All pictures are thoroughly classified for the convenience of scholars comprehension and identity of salient anatomical beneficial properties on dissected specimens. Specimens are categorised permitting scholars to hold out self-testing in their wisdom.
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2) Mandibular prominence forms mandible. 2. Cranial nerve. a) Maxillary division of trigeminal nerve (V2) innervates maxillary prominence. b) Mandibular division of trigeminal nerve (V3) innervates mandibular prominence. 3. Muscles. a) Muscles only develop from mesenchyme in mandibular prominence. b) Forms muscles of mastication (temporalis, masseter, and medial and lateral pterygoids), mylohyoid, anterior belly of digastric, tensor tympani, and tensor veli palatini. B. Branchial Arch 2 1. Skeleton - Reichert's cartilage.
Anterior cleft malformations - Cleft lip a) Results from incomplete fusion of maxillary prominence with medial nasal prominence. b) These malformations may be classified. (1) Incomplete or complete cleft lip depending on whether only superficial or superfiCial and deep structures are involved. (2) Unilateral or bilateral cleft lip. 2. Posterior cleft malformations - Cleft palate a) Results from incomplete fusion of lateral palatine processes with each other, median nasal septum and median palatine process.
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