By Christopher Moore MD, Lorne H. Blackbourne MD FACS
Anatomy remember, moment Edition is a concise, reasonable, pocket-sized evaluate of the basics of human anatomy. As a part of the preferred Recall Series, it makes use of a two-column, question-and-answer layout that enables speedy studying of human anatomic proof via repetition.
While no longer meant as a accomplished anatomy reference, Anatomy Recall highlights crucial anatomic rules, that are complemented via a wealth of illustrations and anatomic correlations to medical difficulties. it truly is a great research consultant for clinical scholars of their pre-clinical coursework, undergraduate or nursing anatomy research, medical rotations, and board review.
New to this Edition:
- Updated through professional authors, together with anatomists, clinical scholars, and surgeons
- Expanded insurance now contains embryology highlights, summarizing the major anatomic rules of human embryology
- Clinical Pearls emphasize vital medical correlations to anatomic principles
- Surgical Anatomy Pearls support 3rd- and fourth-year scientific scholars to arrange fast for the commonest intraoperative anatomy questions
- Power assessment sections aid concentration last-minute evaluation of the main normally demonstrated anatomy points
- Numerous potent illustrations let correlation of authentic details with key anatomical relationships
Anatomy remember, moment Edition has every thing you would like for quick studying and recall—and not anything you do not. you will not discover a greater, extra effective or powerful method to grasp the fundamentals of anatomy.
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It consists of fibers, varying in size and arranged in bundles, and may be divided into three distinct systems. • • • Projection fibers connect the hemisphere with the lower parts of the brain and the spinal cord. Transverse or commissural fibers unite the two hemispheres. Association fibers connect different structures in the same hemisphere; in many cases, these are collateral branches of the projection fibers, but others are axons of independent cells. Axial cross-sections of the brain, when taken above the corpus callosum, show a mass of white matter on each hemisphere referred to as "centrum semiovale".