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This new and revised edition of the classic Netter Atlas of Human Anat- omy continues the tradition of pro- viding a beautifully illustrated atlas of gen-. Atlas of Human Anatomy 4th ed by Frank H. lesforgesdessalles.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. Atlas of Human Anatomy, Fourth Edition, by Frank H. Netter and edited by Jennifer K. Brueckner, et al. Robert M. DePhilip. Corresponding.
Eustachian tube Hard palate Pharyngeal recess Salpingopharyngeal fold Soft palate Palatine glands Uvula Semilunar fold Supratonsillar fossa Palatine tonsil Palatopharyngeal arch Palatoglossal arch Oropharynx Triangular fold Tongue drawn forward and downward Lingual tonsil Epiglottis Vallecula Pharyngeal mucosa removed Cartilaginous part of auditory pharyngotympanic. Apical part Posterior interventricular posterior descending of anterior sternocostal surface supplied by branches branch is derived from circumflex branch of from posterior interventricular posterior descending left coronary artery instead of from right branch of right coronary artery curving around apex. Right Atrium and Ventricle Ascending aorta Pulmonary trunk Right auricle atrial appendage Superior vena cava Conus arteriosus Right pulmonary artery Crista terminalis Pericardial reflection Atrioventricular part Right superior of membranous pulmonary vein septum eptal cusp Left atrium of tricuspid valve Right inferior Pectinate muscles pulmonary vein ning of Interatrial septum coronary sinus Limbus of fossa ovalis Valve Thebesian Fossa ovalis of coronary sinus Valve Eustachian of inferior vena cava Inferior vena Opened right atrium: Septal area and nuclei Olfactory bulb cells: Medial view Median sagittal section Sphenoidal sinus Pharyngeal tonsil Torus Iubarius Pharyngeal tubercle basilar part of occipital bone Pharyngeal raphe Pharyngeal opening of auditory pharyngotympanic.
Sharon Colacino Oberg first edition , Arthur F. Dalley of the celiac artery, which appeared in the first edition A b d o m e n II second edition , and John T. Hansen third edition , who shep- section, has been reinstated. The Netter illustrations of dents, residents and faculty to master, due not only to the sheer pelvic anatomy are outstanding because of the clarity of their number of structures packed in this relatively small region of the presentation and their scope of coverage.
A very small number human body, but also the complexity of their three-dimensional of plates were eliminated to permit the inclusion of the illustra- anatomical organization. The age-old aphorism that "there is tion of pelvic fascia, a parasagittal view of the broad ligament, more anatomy above the hyoid bone than below it" presents a and normal imaging male and female radiographs, cys- unique challenge to anyone trying to portray the anatomy of this tourethrograms, and a hysterosalpingogram.
Comparative im- region in a simple, visually appealing, and clinically relevant ages of male and female pelvic anatomy were reorganized to al- manner. More than ten new plates have been added to this sec- low their side-by-side comparison. For the first time, spectacular original paintings created by New CT angiograms have been included in the Upper Limb Carlos Machado illustrate clinically important structures such as and Lower Limb sections.
This new technology not only clearly. The ligaments of the practice of clinical medicine. More information about the web- wrist have been illustrated in more detail to reflect their in- site, including the PIN code for access, can be found on the in- creased importance in arthroscopic procedures and other appli- side front cover of the Atlas.
Gest, PhD reer. For the standard edition and enhanced international edition Noelle A. Granger, PhD of the Atlas, we have included access to the website www.
John T. Hansen, PhD netteranatomy. By registering on this website, you will be Anil H. Walji, MD, PhD able to access supplemental material that has been organized to. It has been my pleasure to work with the other members of the I would like to thank Marybeth Thiel, Developmental Editor, our a editorial board, Carlos Machado, MD, and the Elsevier staff.
I am indebted to my family for the Elsevier for shepherding this edition to completion. For all our support and encouragement that they have provided. Finally, to my wife, Paula, thank you for your love and encouragement —Jennifer K.
Brueckner, PhD throughout the years. I would like to thank the specialists at the Mayo Clinic who helped review the art, especially Richard A. Spinner, MD. My special —Stephen W.: Carlos Machado, w h o has my utmost admira- tion for his brilliant artwork and who was an absolute delight to work with.
I would also like to express my sincere appreciation I must thank my family and especially my daughter, Madison, to all the wonderful staff at Elsevier, in particular Linda Belfus for and son, Taylor, for their support and understanding of my ef- her exemplary leadership, and Anne Lenehan, Marybeth Thiel, forts on this editorial task.
It was a pleasure to work with my col- and Cecelia Bayruns for all of their hard work, patience, and leagues on the editorial board and with the staff of Elsevier. It dedication, without which this atlas would not have been possi- has been my sincere pleasure to work with Dr. Carlos Machado ble. Finally, I would like to thank my fellow coeditors and all of on the artwork changes for the 4th edition. I am deeply grateful to my colleagues at University of North —Anil H.
I especially thank Carlos Machado, the exceptional artist whose talent made any change required in the original plates both seamless and beautiful.
Plate Som, P. Head and Neck Imaging 4th ed. Louis, MO: Plates and Enrique A. Sabater, M. Department of Radiology Mayo Clinic. I have often said that my career as a medical artist for al- most 50 years has been a sort of " c o m m a n d performance" in the sense that it has grown in response to the desires and requests of the medical profession.
Over these many years, I have produced almost 4, illustrations, mostly for The CIBA and even revision of a number of them in order to make them more pertinent to today's ever-expanding scope of medical and surgical practice. In addition, I found that there were gaps in the portrayal of medical knowledge as pictorialized in the illustra- tions I had previously done, and this necessitated my making a now Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations b u t also for number of new pictures that are included in this volume.
Clinical Symposia. These pictures have been concerned with the In creating an atlas such as this, it is important to achieve a varied subdivisions of medical knowledge such as gross happy medium between complexity and simplification. If the anatomy, histology, embryology, physiology, pathology, diag- pictures are too complex, they may be difficult and confusing to nostic modalities, surgical and therapeutic techniques and clin- read; if oversimplified, they may not be adequately definitive or ical manifestations of a multitude of diseases.
As the years went may even be misleading. I have therefore striven for a middle by, however, there were more and more requests from physi- course of realism without the clutter of confusing minutiae. I cians and students for me to produce an atlas purely of gross hope that the students and members of the medical and allied anatomy. Thus, this atlas has c o m e about, not through any in- professions will find the illustrations readily understandable, yet spiration on my part but rather, like most of my previous works, instructive and useful.
At one point, the publisher and I thought it might be nice to It involved going back over all the illustrations I had made include a foreword by a truly outstanding and renowned over so many years, selecting those pertinent to gross anatomy, anatomist, but there are so many in that category that we could classifying them and organizing them by system and region, not make a choice.
We did think of men like Vesalius, Leonardo adapting them to page size and space and arranging them in da Vinci, William Hunter and Henry Gray, who of course are un- logical sequence. Anatomy of course does not change, but our fortunately unavailable, but I do wonder what their c o m m e n t s understanding of anatomy and its clinical significance does might have been about this atlas. This therefore required much updating of many of the older pictures Frank H.
Netter, MD In Netter's planning. The book Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations. Now translated into 16 languages. No matter how beautifully ordinary collection of medical art so familiar to physicians and painted. MD F rank H.
Frank H. Netter wrote in "clarification of a subject is This year partnership resulted in the production of the extra.
The Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy. Netter was born in New York City in Netter began his long collaboration with the aesthetic qualities.
Collection and all publications from Icon Learning Systems. Elsevier Inc. Netter's Dr. There are now over 50 publications featuring the art of Dr. As Dr. He continued illustrating as a Netter Collection. Netter available through Elsevier Inc. During his student years. Netter's works are among the finest examples of the use of illustration in the teaching of medical concepts.
Netter's original paintings tion. Female Plates Perineum and External Genitalia: Anterior View 3 Skull: Anteroposterior Radiograph 4 Skull: Lateral View 5 Skull: Lateral Radiograph 6 Skull: Midsagittal Section 7 Calvaria 8 Cranial Base: Inferior View 9 Bones of Cranial Base: Superior View 10 Foramina of Cranial Base: Inferior View 11 Foramina of Cranial Base: Lateral View 58 Tongue 28 Muscles of Neck: Median Sagittal Section Plates 66 Pharynx: Changes with Age.
Schema 98 Auditory Pharyngotympanic. Trochlear IV.
Lateral Views Cerebrum: Medial Views Orbit and Contents Cerebrum: Schema Cranial Nerve Nuclei in Brainstem: Schema Plates Olfactory Nerve I: Schema Vagus Nerve X: Schema Accessory nerve XI: Schema Cervical Plexus: Schema Arteries of Brain: Schema Plates Arteries of Brain: Inferior Views Head Scans: Frontal View and Section Head Scans: Coronal CT Images. Frontal bone Infraorbital margin Supraorbital Zygomatic bone notch Superciliary arch Helix Glabella Tragus Nasal Antihelix bone Antitragus Ala of nose Anterior nares nostril Lobule Commissure of lips Philtrum Nasolabial Angle of jaw mandible sulcus Submandibular gland Tubercle of superior lip External jugular vein Mental Inferior belly of omohyoid muscle protuberance Brachial plexus Thyroid cartilage Trapezius muscle Clavicle jugular notch Clavicular head of sternocleidomastoid muscle Sternal head of sternocleidomastoid muscle.
Superior view Frontal bone Coronal suture Bregma Parietal bone Sagittal suture Parietal foramen for emissary vein Lambda Lambdoid suture Sutural wormian bone Occipital bone Inferior view Frontal bone Frontal crest Groove for superior sagittal sinus Coronal suture Parietal bone Granular foveolae for arachnoid granulations Diploe Grooves for branches of middle meningeal vessels Groove for superior sagittal sinus Sagittal suture Lambdoid suture Occipital bone.
Carotid canal external opening Eustachian tube Tympanic canaliculus External acoustic meatus Foramen lacerum Mastoid canaliculus Mastoid process Stylomastoid foramen Petrous part Mastoid notch for digastric muscle Occipital groove for occipital artery Jugular fossa jugular foramen in its depth Mastoid foramen Parietal bone Occipital bone Hypoglossal canal Occipital condyle Condylar canal and fossa Basilar part Pharyngeal tubercle Foramen magnum Inferior nuchal line External occipital crest Superior nuchal line External occipital protuberance.
Cranial Base: Bones of Cranial Base: Clivus Temporal bone Squamous part Petrous part Groove for lesser petrosal n e r v e - Groove for greater petrosal nerve Arcuate eminence Trigeminal impression Posterior Groove for superior petrosal sinus crania] Groove for sigmoid sinus fossa Parietal bone Groove for middle meningeal vessels parietal branches — Mastoid angle Occipital bone Clivus Groove for inferior petrosal sinus Basilar part Groove for posterior meningeal vessels Condyle Groove for transverse sinus Groove for occipital sinus Internal occipital crest Internal occipital protuberance — Groove for superior sagittal sinus.
Hypoglossal canal Medulla oblongata Vertebral arteries and venous plexus? Foramen magnum Spinal roots of accessory nerves XI. M a s t o i d foramen Hypoglossal nerve XII. Foramina of Cranial Base: Inferior View Nasopalatine nerve. Sphenopalatine vessels! Anterior ethmoidal foramen I and nerve Foramina of cribriform plate Olfactory nerve bundles Posterior ethmoidal foramen Posterior ethmoidal artery vein. Labyrinthine artery External opening of vestibular aqueduct Endolymphatic duct Mastoid foramen inconstant Emissary vein and occasional branch of occipital artery Inferior petrosal sinus Glossopharyngeal nerve IX.
Cervical curvature i i Vertebral canal. Inferolateral view Spine of sphenoid bone Foramen spinosum c Foramen ovale Sphenopalatine foramen Pterygopalatine fossa Choanae posterior nares Lateral plate of pterygoid Medial plate process Hamulus Pyramidal process of palatine bone Alveolar process of maxilla.
Mandible of aged left posterior view person edentulous. Cervical Vertebrae: Cervical Vertebrae continued See also P l a t e s 1 3. Uncovertebral Joints Cervical vertebrae: External Craniocervicai Ligaments: Atlas C'l Posterior longitudinal ligament Capsule of lateral. Retromandibular vein Common facial vein Internal jugular vein Internal carotid artery External carotid artery Common carotid artery Lingual artery and vein Sources of arterial supply of face Black: Scalp Epicranial aponeurosis Parietal emissary vein galea aponeurotica Frontal Branches of cut to reveal skull superficial temporal Parietal arterv and vein Middle temporal artery and vein Zygomaticoorbital artery Transverse facial artery and vein Anterior auricular Supraorbital arteries artery and vein Supratrochlear artery and vein Nasofrontal vein Dorsal nasal artery and vein Zygomaticotemporal artery and vein Angular artery and vein Zygomatico- facial artery Mastoid emissary and vein vein and meningeal branch of occipital Infraorbital artery posterior artery and vein meningeal artery Deep facial vein Occipital artery from pterygoid and vein cut plexus Posterior auricular artery and vein Facial artery and vein External jugular vein cut.
Supraorbital nerve Supratrochlear nerve Medial branches Palpebral branch of of dorsal rami lacrimal nerve of cervical spinal nerves Infratrochlear nerve Greater occipital External nasal branch of nerve C2 anterior ethmoidal nerve 3rd occipital nerve C3 From maxillary division From 4th. Auricular branch of vagus nerve to Trigeminal external acoustic nerve V Maxillary nerve V 2 meatus and small area on posteromedial surface of auricle Branches f r o m Mandibular nerve V 3 cervical plexus.
Muscles of Facial Expression: Lateral View Skin and Scalp subcutaneous tissue Epicranial aponeurosis galea aponeurotica Auricularis anterior muscle Auricularis superior muscle Orbital part Orbicularis oculi muscle Auricularis posterior muscle Palpebral part Occipital belly occipitalis of epicranius muscle Corrugator supercilii muscle frontalis and orbicularis oculi.
Zygomaticus minor muscle Investing layer of mm mm deep cervical fascia Zygomaticus major muscle Orbicularis oris muscle Mentalis muscle Deltoid Depressor labii inferioris muscle fascia Depressor anguli oris muscle Buccinator muscle Risorius muscle Platysma muscle m Sternum Clavicle Pectoralis major fascia. Muscles of Neck: Lateral View: Cervical Plexus in Situ See also Plates See also Plates Anterolateral view Inferior view Major alar cartilage Frontal bone Nasal bo Lateral Medial Frontal process of maxilla crus Lateral process of septal nasal cartilages Septal cartilage Minor alar cartilage Accessory nasal cartil.
Lateral crus Major alar cartilage Medial crus Alar Anterior fibrofatty nasal spine Nasal septal cartil tissue of maxilla Anterior nasal spine of maxil Nasal septal Alar fibrofatty tissue cartilage Intermaxillary suture Infraorbital foramen Frontalis muscle Supraorbital artery and Supratrochlear artery and n Procerus muscle Corrugator supercilii muscle Dorsal nasal a Infratrochlear nerve Angular artery External nasal artery and nerve Nasalis muscle transverse part Infraorbital artery and nerve Lateral nasal artery Transverse facial artery Nasalis muscle alar part Depressor septi nasi muscle Orbicularis oris muscle Facial arterv 4.
Facial nerve arteries Anterior Inferior alveolar Buccal artery and nerve artery and nerve Sphenomandibular ligament Medial pterygoid artery and muscle Mylohyoid nerve and branch Pterygomandibular raphe of inferior alveolar artery Digastric muscle posterior belly Lingual nerve Stylohyoid muscle Facial artery External carotid artery Mental branch of inferior alveolar Facial artery Submental artery Lingual artery Anterior Deep temporal arteries Sphenopalatine artery.
Arteries of Nasal Cavity: Nasal Septum Turned Up Nasal septal branch of superior labial branch of facial artery Nasal septum turned up Anastomosis between posterior septal branch of sphenopalatine artery and greater palatine artery in incisive canal Schematic hinge Septal and lateral nasal branches of posterior ethmoidal artery Anterior septal branch. Anterior lateral nasal branch. External nasal branches of anterior sWs ethmoidal nerve V-j Sphenopalatine foramen [dissected away Internal nasal Pterygopalatine branches of.
Nasopalatine nerve V 2 Lateral internal nasal. Ophthalmic V. Mandibular Nerve W3f See also Plates Nose and Paranasal Sinuses: Inspection of Oral Cavity Philtrum of lip Soft palate Palatopharyngeal arch Uvula Palatoglossal arch -Palatine tonsil Posterior wall of pharynx Frenulum of upper li Lingual minor salivary gland Deep lingual artery and veins and lingual nerve Fimbriated fold Submandibular duct Sublingual gland Frenulum of tongue Sublingual fold with openings of sublingual ducts Sublingual caruncle of submandibular du Frenulum of lower lip Parotid papilla with opening of parotid duct Plate Eustachian tube Levator veli palatini muscle cut Pharyngobasilar fascia Tensor veli palatini muscle Levator veli palatini muscle Medial pterygoid muscle cut Choanae Medial pterygoid plate Pterygoid hamulus Pterygoid hamulus- Tendon of tensor veli palatini muscle Superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle cut Levator veli palatini muscle cut Palatopharyngeus muscle Palatopharyngeus muscle cut ' Uvular muscle Posterior view Oral Region.
Hyoglossus Greater horn muscle cut Oral Region Plate For facial muscles see Plate Muscles Involved in Mastication ': Muscles Involved in Mastication continued Articular disc of temporomandibular joint Articular tubercle Lateral pterygoid muscle Sphenomanclibular ligament Medial pterygoid muscle Parotid duct Buccinator muscle Pte ry go m an d i b u I a r rap h e Superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle Lateral view Choanae Sphenomandibular ligament Otic ganglion Cartilaginous part of auditory pharyngotympanic.
Teeth Deciduous Permanent primary colored blue Usual age of Usual age of. F o r a m e n cecum Terminal sulcus Vallate papillae. Tongue and Salivary Glands: Salivary Glands See also Plates Hyoid bone and lingual veins common facial vein Submandibular gland Internal jugular vein Facial artery and vein External carotid arterv m m ffct' v - -ir.
Digastric muscle anterior belly anterior branch of retromandibular. Sublingual gland: Median Section Sella turcica Pharyngeal opening of auditory pharyngotympanic. Medial view Median sagittal section Sphenoidal sinus Pharyngeal tonsil Torus Iubarius Pharyngeal tubercle basilar part of occipital bone Pharyngeal raphe Pharyngeal opening of auditory pharyngotympanic.
Eustachian tube Hard palate Pharyngeal recess Salpingopharyngeal fold Soft palate Palatine glands Uvula Semilunar fold Supratonsillar fossa Palatine tonsil Palatopharyngeal arch Palatoglossal arch Oropharynx Triangular fold Tongue drawn forward and downward Lingual tonsil Epiglottis Vallecula Pharyngeal mucosa removed Cartilaginous part of auditory pharyngotympanic. Muscles of Pharynx: Eustachian tube Digastric muscle Pharyngobasilar posterior fascia belly Choana Stylohyoid muscle Levator veli palatini muscle Stylopharyngeus muscle Superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle Accessory muscle bundle from Salpingopharyngeus petrous part of muscle temporal bone Uvula Medial Palatopharyngeus muscle pterygoid muscle Middle pharyngeal Pharyngobasilar fascia constrictor muscle Pharyngeal raphe Stylopharyngeus muscle toyvw- Superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle.
Pharyngoepiglottic fold Aryepiglottic fold Hyoicl bone tip of greater horn Inferior pharyngeal Middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle constrictor muscle cut edge Longitudinal pharyngeal muscles Epiglottis Superior horn of Inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle thyroid cartilage Cuneiform tubercle Thyrohyoid membrane Corniculafe tubercle Internal branch of superior laryngeal nerve Transverse and oblique arytenoid muscles Pharyngeal aponeurosis Posterior cricoarytenoid muscle Cricopharyngeus muscle part of inferior pharyngeal constrictor Cricopharyngeal muscle part of Posterior border of thyroid cartilage lamina inferior pharyngeal constrictor Cricoid attachment of longitudinal Longitudinal esophageal muscle esophageal muscle Circular esophageal muscle Pharynx Plate Eg Muscles of Pharynx: Lateral View Pharyngobasiiar fascia Tensor veli palatini muscle N9HMI Levator veli palatini muscle Lateral pterygoid plate Pterygoid hamulus Buccinator muscle cut Pterygomandibularraphe Digastric muscle posterior belly cut Buccinator crest Styloid process of mandible Superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle Styloglossus muscle Oblique line of mandible Stylohyoid ligament Stylopharyngeus muscle Middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle Hyoglossus muscle Greater horn of hyoid bone Digastric muscle anterior belly Superior horn of thyroid cartilage Mylohyoid muscle Thyrohyoid membrane Hyoid bone Inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle Stylohyoid muscle cut Tendinous arch Zone of sparse muscle fibers Thyroid cartilage C ri co p h a ryn ge u s muscle Median cricothyroid ligament part of inferior pharyngeal constrictor Cricothyroid muscle Cricoid cartilage Esophagus Trachea Plate 68 Pharynx.
Veins of Oral and Pharyngeal Regions Pharyngeal plexus composed of branches from glossopharyngeal Nerve to mylohyoid V 3 IX. Plate 72 Pharynx.
These nodes or a single node are so termed because they may be the first recognized presumptive evidence of malignant disease in the viscera. A Retropharyngeal nodes. Thyroid Gland: Thyroid Gland and Pharynx: V o c a l Posterior cricoarytenoid Lateral Lamina of muscle cricoarytenoid cricoid cartila muscle Thyroid articular surface Conus elasticus Cricothyroid muscle cutaway Lateral dissection Posterior cricoarytenoid muscle Lateral cricoarytenoid muscle Transverse and oblique arytenoid m Cricothyroid muscle Conus elasticus Thyroarytenoid muscle Vocalis muscle Lamina of thyroid Vocal ligament cartilage Superior view Plate 78 Thyroid Gland and Larynx.
Action of cricothyroid muscles Cricothyroid joint pivot point Lengthening increasing tension of vocal ligaments Action of posterior cricoarytenoid muscles Action of lateral cricoarytenoid muscles Abduction of vocal ligaments Adduction of vocal ligaments Action of transverse and oblique arytenoid muscles Action of vocalis and thyroarytenoid muscles Adduction of vocal ligaments Shortening relaxation of vocal ligaments Thyroid Gland and Larynx Plate Levator palpebrae superioris muscle Orbital septum Superior tarsal Muller's muscle smooth Sclera Superior conjunctival fornix Bulbar conjunctiva Orbicularis oculi muscle palpebral part Palpebral conjunctiva Superior tarsus Cornea Tarsal meibomian glands Lens Sebaceous glands Anterior chamber Eyelashes cilia Openings of tarsal gla Iris Posterior chamber Inferior tarsus Orbicularis oculi muscle palpebral part Inferior conjunctival fornix Orbital septum Frontal bone Insertion of levator palpebrae superioris muscle Orbital septum Supraorbital artery and nerve Superior tarsus Supratrochlear artery and nerve Lateral palpebral ligament Dorsal nasal artery and overlying raphe and infratrochlear nerve Inferior tarsus Lacrimal sac Medial palpebral ligament Orbital septum Maxilla frontal process Zygomatic bone Infraorbital artery and nerve Orbit and Contents Plate Superior palpebral conjunctiva: S u p e r i o r oblique muscle Frontal nerve V.
Lacrimal artery Muscular branch Central retinal artery Ophthalmic artery Internal carotid artery Supraorbital artery Supratrochlear artery Dorsal nasal artery Anterior view Superior medial palpebral artery Frontal branch of superficial temporal artery Angular artery Superior lateral palpebral artery. Retromandibular vein Deep facial vein Orbit and Contents Plate Short ciliary nerves superior rectus. Nerves of Orbit See also Plates V SfflH mm -Si. Eyeball Horizontal section Cornea Zonular fibers Capsule of lens Anterior chamber suspensory ligament of lens Posterior chamber Scleral venous sinus canal of Schlemm Iridocorneal angle Scleral spur Ciliary processes Ciliary body and ciliary muscle Bulbar conjunctiva Ciliary part of retina Ora serrata Tendon of lateral rectus Tendon of muscle medial rectus muscle:: Plate 88 Orbit and Contents.
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