By Harold M. Chung, Kyung Won Chung
Now in its 6th version, BRS Gross Anatomy is a chief direction assessment and textbook for clinical scholars in first-year anatomy classes. Written in concise, bulleted define layout, this article bargains USMLE-style questions with solutions and motives on the finish of every bankruptcy and in an end-of-book complete examination. different gains contain approximately a hundred and fifty two-color illustrations, 50 radiologic scientific photos, scientific Correlations packing containers, end-of-chapter summaries, and muscle tables. New to this variation are highlighted "Development Checks" sections on embryology. Terminology has been up to date to comply to Terminologia Anatomica.
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4. Scapular notch Is bridged by the superior transverse scapular ligament and is converted into a foramen, which permits passage of the suprascapular nerve. 2 Calcification of the superior transverse scapular ligament: may trap or compress the suprascapular nerve as it passes through the scapular notch under the superior transverse scapular ligament, affecting functions of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles. 20 5. Glenoid cavity Is deepened by the glenoid labrum for the head of the humerus .
Ulnar collateral ligament I s triangular and is composed of anterior, posterior, and oblique bands. Extends from the medial epicondyle to the coronoid process and the olecranon of the ulna. E. Proximal radioulnar joint Forms a synovial pivot joint in which the head of the radius articulates with the radial notch of the ulna and allows pronation and supination. F. Distal radioulnar joint Forms a synovial pivot joint between the head of the ulna and the ulnar notch of the radius and allows pronation and supination.
4. Pectoral (anterior) nodes Lie along the inferolateral border of the pectoralis minor muscle; receive lymph from the anterior and lateral thoracic walls, including the breast; and drain into the central nodes. 29 Figure 2-6 Lymphatic drainage of the breast and axillary lymph nodes. 5. Apical nodes Lie at the apex of the axilla medial to the axillary vein and above the upper border of the pectoralis minor muscle, receive lymph from all of the other axillary nodes (and occasionally from the breast), and drain into the subclavian trunks.
BRS Gross Anatomy (6th Edition) (Board Review Series) by Harold M. Chung, Kyung Won Chung