By Harold M. Chung, Kyung Won Chung
Now in its 6th variation, BRS Gross Anatomy is a major path evaluate and textbook for scientific scholars in first-year anatomy classes. Written in concise, bulleted define structure, this article deals USMLE-style questions with solutions and causes on the finish of every bankruptcy and in an end-of-book entire examination. different positive aspects comprise approximately one hundred fifty two-color illustrations, 50 radiologic scientific photos, medical Correlations 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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II. Joints and Ligaments (see Figures 2-1 , 2-2 , and 2-3) A. Acromioclavicular joint Is a synovial plane reinforced by ligaments. 8 Dislocation of the acromioclavicular joint: results from a fall on the shoulder with the impact taken by the acromion or from a fall on the outstretched arm. It is called a shoulder separation because the shoulder is separated from the clavicle when the joint dislocation with rupture of the coracodavicular ligament occurs. Figure 2-3 Shoulder joint with bursae and rotator cuff.
Costocoracoid membrane Is a part of the clavipectoral fascia that covers the deltopectoral triangle and an interval between the subclavius and pectoralis minor muscles. Is pierced by the cephalic nerve. vein , the thoracoacromial artery , and the lateral pectoral C. Pectoral fascia Covers the pectoralis major muscle, is attached to the sternum and clavicle, and is continuous with the axillary fascia. D. Axillary fascia Is continuous anteriorly with the pectoral and clavipectoral fasciae (suspensory ligament of the axilla), laterally with the brachial fascia, and posteromedially with the fascia over the latissimus dorsi.
Ulna (see Figure 2-2) 1. Olecranon Is the curved projection on the back of the elbow that provides an attachment site for the triceps tendon. 2. Coronoid process Is located below the trochlear notch and provides an attachment site for the brachialis. 3. Trochlear notch Receives the trochlea of the humerus. 4. Ulnar tuberosity Is a roughened prominence distal to the coronoid process that provides an attachment site for the brachialis. 5. Radial notch Accommodates the head of the radius. 6. Head (distal end) Articulates with the articular disk of the distal radioulnar joint and has a styloid process.
BRS Gross Anatomy (6th Edition) (Board Review Series) by Harold M. Chung, Kyung Won Chung