Atlas of the Facial Nerve and Related Structures by Nobutaka Yoshioka, Albert L. Rhoton

By Nobutaka Yoshioka, Albert L. Rhoton

Nobutaka Yoshioka, MD, PhD and Albert L. Rhoton Jr., MD have created an anatomical atlas of fantastic precision. An exceptional instructing software, this atlas opens a special window into the anatomical intricacies of complicated facial nerves and similar structures.

An the world over popular writer, educator, mind anatomist, and neurosurgeon, Dr. Rhoton is appeared via colleagues as one of many fathers of contemporary microscopic neurosurgery. Dr. Yoshioka, an esteemed craniofacial reconstructive healthcare professional in Japan, mastered this certain dissection process whereas venture a fellowship at Dr. Rhotons microanatomy lab, writing within the preface that inside such precision pictures lies capability for surgical innovation.

Special Features:

  • Includes a couple of 3D glasses to view the awesome photographs which are to be had on-line within the Thieme MediaCenter
  • Exquisite colour images, ready from conscientiously dissected latex injected cadavers, show anatomy layer by way of layer, with impressive aspect and clarity

  • Major sections comprise intracranial zone and cranium, top facial and midfacial zone, and reduce facial and posterolateral neck region

Organized by means of area, each one layered dissection elucidates particular nerves and buildings with pinpoint accuracy, delivering the clinician with in-depth anatomical insights. unique scientific motives accompany every one photo. In tandem, the photographs and textual content offer a very good origin for knowing the nerves and buildings impacted by means of neurosurgical-related pathologies in addition to different stipulations and injuries.

An incredibly lovely anatomical reference, this publication is a must have reference for citizens, and complicated clinicians focusing on neurosurgery, facial cosmetic surgery, otolaryngology, maxillofacial surgical procedure, and craniofacial surgery.

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This frontalis muscle is innervated by the temporal branch of the facial nerve. indd 23 The forehead sensation is supplied by the supraorbital and supratrochlear nerves. The supratrochlear nerve provides sensation to the medial side of the forehead. The supraorbital nerve has medial (superficial) and lateral (deep) branches. The former provides sensation to the forehead region, and the latter supplies sensation to the frontoparietal region. The lateral branch penetrates the frontalis muscle and galeal layer at the forehead, usually above the hairline.

Superficial br. b Pericranium (with loose areolar tissue) Lateral br. of supraorbital n. Pericranial v. Supratrochlear a. ) Corrugator supercilii m. , v. Supraorbital a. ) Supraorbital v. Supraorbital n. ) Supraorbital n. to skin(cut) Rt. Eye Frontalis m. a Fig. 3a,b. (a) The supraorbital region. The forehead skin and frontalis muscle have been reflected inferiorly. (b) Medial view of the supraorbital region. The frontalis muscle has been reflected inferiorly. The attachment of the corrugator supercilii muscle is shown at the medial side on the frontal bone.

Periorbita Recurrent meningeal a. Fig. 5. Superior view of the orbit without orbital fat. The supraorbital nerve emerges from the orbit through the supraorbital notch and foramen (only some of its branches always pass through whenever there is a foramen [see Fig. 3]). It supplies most of the forehead and upper lid, except for its lateral region. The supratrochlear nerve emerges from the orbit above the trochlea and gives a descending branch to the infratrochlear nerve. It ascends onto the medial part of the forehead through the frontal notch.

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