Atlas of Human Anatomy. Splanchnology–Ductless Glands–Heart by Ferenc Kiss, János Szentágothai

By Ferenc Kiss, János Szentágothai

Atlas of Human Anatomy, quantity compiles illustrations that categorize the anatomy of the human physique. This booklet is split into 5 major themes. the 1st 3 subject matters specialise in 3 structures of the body-digestive approach, respiration approach, and urogenital method. a few of the organs pointed out within the digestive procedure comprise the salivary glands, pharynx, esophagus, belly, small gut, huge gut, and rectum. The components of the breathing procedure, akin to the nostril, nasal hollow space, larynx, trachea, and lungs also are pointed out. The anatomy of the urogenital method that contains the reproductive organs and urinary method are likewise named. The final issues distinguish the constitution of the ductless glands and middle. This quantity is suggested for clinical scholars and clinicians carrying out paintings at the human anatomy.

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68. VENAE HEPATIS (vena portae et vena hepatica, preparatum corrosum fecit F . Kâ dar) THE HEPATIC VEINS (the portal and hepatic veins, corrosion cast: F. Kadar) Fig. 69. STRUCTURA HEPATIS (lobulus hepatis) THE STRUCTURE OF THE LIVER (a hepatic lobule) 64 Fig. 70. LIEN I. (aspectus lateralis, faciès diaphragmatica) THE SPLEEN, I (lateral view, diaphragmatic surface) 65 Fig. 71. LIEN I I . (aspectus antero-medialis, faciès visceralis) THE SPLEEN, I I (anteromedial view, the visceral surface) 5 Adas 11.

DUODENUM ET PANCREAS II. THE DUODENUM AND THE PANCREAS, II 47 48 Fig. 47. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS I. (omentum majus) THE POSITION OF THE ABDOMINAL VISCERA, I (greater omentum) 49 Fig. 48. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS II. (intestinum tenue) THE POSITION OF T H E ABDOMINAL VISCERA, I I (the small intestines) 4 Atlas II. - 63 50 Fig. 49. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS III. (radix mesenterii) THE POSITION OF THE ABDOMINAL VISCERA, I I I (the root of the mesentery) 51 Fig. 50. SITUS VISCERUM ABDOMINIS IV. (intestinum crassum) THE POSITION OF THE ABDOMINAL VISCERA, IV (the large intestines) 4* 52 Fig.

59. TUNICA MUCOSA INTESTINI CRASSI THE MUCOUS COAT OF THE LARGE INTESTINE Fig. 60. SECTIO TRANSVERSA INTESTINI CRASSI THE TRANSVERSE SECTION OF THE LARGE INTESTINE Fig. 62. TUNICA MUCOSA RECTI T H E MUCOUS MEMBRANE OF T H E RECTUM Fig. 61. RECTUM T H E RECTUM 59 60 Fig. 63. HEPAR I. (aspectus superior) THE LIVER, I (viewed from above) Fig. 64. HEPAR II. (aspectus posterior) THE LIVER, I I (viewed from behind) 61 Fig. 65. HEPAR I I I . (aspectus inferior) THE LIVER, I I I (viewed from below) Fig.

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