Netter's Clinical Anatomy

with Online Access

By

  • John Hansen, PhD, Professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Associate Dean for Admissions, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York

 Netter’s Clinical Anatomy, 3rd Edition is a Clinical Anatomy textbook you will actually "read." A concise, focused and manageable medical reference textbook for your busy lives! The uniquely aesthetic and memorable Netter-style illustrations-accompanied by descriptive text and tables-help you to visually grasp and focus on the most relevant clinical implications of anatomical concepts. Multiple-choice review questions at the end of each chapter plus online access to the complete text-with additional Clinical examples and study questions-result in a thorough but quick introduction to basic and clinical anatomy as well as a fast review source-the perfect supplement to your course's syllabus, lectures, conferences and labs.
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Anatomy students in medical or NHP programs.

 

Book information

  • Published: March 2014
  • Imprint: SAUNDERS
  • ISBN: 978-1-4557-7008-3


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1-1 Psoriasis, 5

1-2 Burns, 6

1-3 Langer's Lines, 6

1-4 Fractures, 12

1-5 Degenerative Joint Disease, 13

1-6 Atherogenesis, 18

1-7 Asthma, 22

1-8 Potential Spaces, 38

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1-9 Myasthenia Gravis

Chapter 2 - Back

2-1 Scoliosis, 51

2-2 Cervical Fractures, 53

2-3 Osteoarthritis, 55

2-4 Osteoporosis, 58

2-5 Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis, 59

2-6 Intervertebral Disc Herniation, 59

2-7 Back Pain Associated with the Zygapophysial (Facet) Joints, 61

2-8 Low Back Pain, 62

2-9 Whiplash Injury, 64

2-10 Herpes Zoster, 75

2-11 Lumbar Puncture and Epidural Anesthesia, 77

2-12 Spina Bifida, 83

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2-13 Myofascial Pain

2-14 Acute Spinal Syndromes

Chapter 3 - Thorax

3-1 Thoracic Cage Injuries, 92

3-2 Fibrocystic Breast Disease, 96

3-3 Breast Cancer, 97

3-4 Partial Mastectomy, 98

3-5 Modified Radical Mastectomy, 99

3-6 Chest Drainage Tubes, 103

3-7 Pulmonary Embolism, 105

3-8 Lung Cancer, 106

3-9 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 107

3-10 Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, 107

3-11 Cardiac Tamponade, 110

3-12 Dominant Coronary Circulation, 112

3-13 Angina Pectoris (the Referred Pain of Myocardial Ischemia), 115

3-14 Coronary Bypass, 115

3-15 Coronary Angiogenesis, 116

3-16 Myocardial Infarction, 118

3-17 Cardiac Auscultation, 119

3-18 Valvular Heart Disease, 120

3-19 Cardiac Pacemakers, 122

3-20 Cardiac Defibrillators, 123

3-21 Mediastinal Masses, 127

3-22 Ventricular Septal Defect, 136

3-23 Atrial Septal Defect, 137

3-24 Patent Ductus Arteriosus, 138

3-25 Repair of a Tetralogy of Fallot, 139

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3-26 Hemothroax

3-27 Chronic Cough

3-28 Pneumonia

3-29 Cardiovascular Disease

3-30 Saphenous Vein Graft Disease

3-31 Infective Endocarditis

3-32 Mitral Valve Prolapse

3-33 Ventricular Tachycardia

3-34 Chylothorax

3-35 Coarctation of Aorta

Chapter 4 -Abdomen

4-1 Abdominal Wall Hernias, 152

4-2 Inguinal Hernias, 157

4-3 Hydrocele and Varicocele, 158

4-4 Acute Appendicitis, 163

4-5 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), 164

4-6 Hiatal Hernia, 165

4-7 Peptic Ulcer Disease, 166

4-8 Bariatric Surgery, 167

4-9 Crohn Disease, 168

4-10 Ulcerative Colitis, 169

4-11 Diverticulosis, 170

4-12 Colorectal Cancer, 171

4-13 Volvulus, 172

4-14 Intussusception, 175

4-15 Gallstones (Cholelithiasis), 176

4-16 Pancreatic Cancer, 178

4-17 Rupture of the Spleen, 179

4-18 Cirrhosis of the Liver, 185

4-19 Portal Hypertension, 186

4-20 Renal Stones (Calculi), 194

4-21 Obstructive Uropathy, 195

4-22 Malignant Tumors of the Kidney, 196

4-23 Surgical Management of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, 198

4-24 Congenital Megacolon, 206

4-25 Meckel's Diverticulum, 208

4-26 Congenital Malrotation of the Colon, 210

4-27 Renal Fusion, 211

4-28 Pheochromocytoma, 212

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4-29 Acute Abdomen: Visceral Etiology

4-30 Irritable Bowel Syndrome

4-31 Acute Pyelonephritis

4-32 Causes and Consequences of Portal Hypertension

Chapter 5 - Pelvis and Perineum

5-1 Pelvic Fractures, 219

5-2 Urinary Tract Infections, 225

5-3 Stress Incontinence in Women, 228

5-4 Uterine Prolapse, 229

5-5 Cervical Carcinoma, 229

5-6 Uterine Leiomyomas (Fibroids), 230

5-7 Endometriosis, 230

5-8 Uterine Endometrial Carcinoma, 231

5-9 Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, 231

5-10 Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding, 232

5-11 Ectopic Pregnancy, 233

5-12 Assisted Reproduction, 233

5-13 Ovarian Cancer, 234

5-14 Vasectomy, 237

5-15 Testicular Cancer, 238

5-16 Hydrocele and Varicocele, 238

5-17 Transurethral Resection of the Prostate, 239

5-18 Prostatic Carcinoma, 240

5-19 Hemorrhoids, 253

5-20 Episiotomy, 254

5-21 Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 255

5-22 Urethral Trauma in the Male, 259

5-23 Urine Extravasation in the Male, 259

5-24 Erectile Dysfunction, 260

5-25 Hypospadias and Epispadias, 264

5-26 Uterine Anomalies, 265

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5-27 Ovarian Tumors

 Chapter 6 - Lower Limb

6-1 Deep Venous Thrombosis, 273

6-2 Congenital Hip Dislocation, 276

6-3 Pelvic Fractures, 277

6-4 Intracapsular Femoral Neck Fracture, 278

6-5 Pressure (Decubitus) Ulcers, 282

6-6 Iliotibial Tract (Band) Syndrome, 283

6-7 Fractures of the Shaft and Distal Femur, 284

6-8 Thigh Muscle Injuries, 287

6-9 Diagnosis of Hip, Buttock, and Back Pain, 289

6-10 Revascularization of the Lower Limb, 291

6-11 Femoral Pulse and Vascular Access, 292

6-12 Multiple Myeloma, 298

6-13 Tibial Fractures, 299

6-14 Deep Tendon Reflexes, 299

6-15 Patellar Injuries, 300

6-16 Rupture of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament, 300

6-17 Sprains of the Knee Ligaments, 301

6-18 Tears of the Meniscus, 301

6-19 Osgood-Schlatter Disease, 302

6-20 Osteoarthritis of the Knee, 302

6-21 Septic Bursitis and Arthritis, 303

6-22 Shin Splints, 305

6-23 Osteosarcoma of the Tibia, 305

6-24 Genu Varum and Valgum, 310

6-25 Exertional Compartment Syndromes, 310

6-26 Achilles' Tendinitis and Bursitis, 311

6-27 Footdrop, 316

6-28 Lateral Ankle Sprain, 316

6-29 Ankle Fractures, 317

6-30 Rotational Fractures, 319

6-31 Fractures of the Calcaneus, 320

6-32 Congenital Clubfoot, 323

6-33 Metatarsal and Phalangeal Injuries, 324

6-34 Plantar Fasciitis, 325

6-35 Deformities of the Toes, 325

6-36 Fractures of the Talar Neck, 326

6-37 Common Foot Infections, 327

6-38 Diabetic Foot Lesions, 328

6-39 Arterial Occlusive Disease, 329

6-40 Gout, 329

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6-41 Healing of Fractures

Chapter 7 - Upper Limb

7-1 Glenohumeral Dislocations, 348

7-2 Fracture of the Proximal Humerus, 349

7-3 Clavicular Fractures, 350

7-4 Rotator Cuff Injury, 354

7-5 Shoulder Tendonitis and Bursitis, 355

7-6 Brachial Plexopathy, 358

7-7 Axillary Lipoma, 361

7-8 Deep Tendon Reflexes, 367

7-9 Fractures of the Humerus, 367

7-10 Biceps Brachii Rupture, 370

7-11 Elbow Dislocation, 371

7-12 Fracture of the Radial Head and Neck, 375

7-13 Biomechanics of Forearm Radial Fractures, 377

7-14 Fracture of the Ulna Shaft, 382

7-15 Distal Radial (Colles') Fracture, 382

7-16 Median Nerve Compression and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, 387

7-17 Fracture of the Scaphoid, 388

7-18 Allen's Test, 388

7-19 De Quervain Tenosynovitis, 389

7-20 Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Dislocations, 390

7-21 Finger Injuries, 391

7-22 Radial Nerve Compression, 397

7-23 Proximal Median Nerve Compression, 400

7-24 Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome, 401

7-25 Clinical Evaluation of Compression Neuropathy, 402

7-26 Ulnar Nerve Compression in Cubital Tunnel, 403

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7-27 Trigger Finger

7-28 Rheumatoid Arthritis

7-29 Central Venous Access

Chapter 8 - Head and Neck

8-1 Skull Fractures, 415

8-2 Zygomatic Fractures, 415

8-3 Midface Fractures, 416

8-4 Hydrocephalus, 422

8-5 Meningitis, 423

8-6 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, 425

8-7 Epidural Hematomas, 427

8-8 Subdural Hematomas, 428

8-9 Transient Ischemic Attack, 428

8-10 Stroke, 429

8-11 Carotid-Cavernous Sinus Fistula, 430

8-12 Collateral Circulation after Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion, 430

8-13 Vascular (Multi-infarct) Dementia, 431

8-14 Brain Tumors, 432

8-15 Metastatic Brain Tumors, 433

8-16 Trigeminal Neuralgia, 438

8-17 Herpes Zoster (Shingles), 438

8-18 Facial Nerve (Bell's) Palsy, 439

8-19 Tetanus, 440

8-20 Orbital Blow-out Fracture, 443

8-21 Clinical Testing of the Extra-ocular Muscles, 445

8-22 Horner's Syndrome, 446

8-23 Eyelid Infections and Conjunctival Disorders, 451

8-24 Papilledema, 451

8-25 Diabetic Retinopathy, 452

8-26 Glaucoma, 453

8-27 Ocular Refractive Disorders, 454

8-28 Cataract, 455

8-29 Pupillary Light Reflex, 456

8-30 Mandibular Dislocation, 457

8-31 Mandibular Fractures, 459

8-32 Rhinosinusitis, 461

8-33 Nosebleed, 466

8-34 Acute Otitis Externa and Otitis Media, 471

8-35 Weber and Rinne Tests, 473

8-36 Cochlear Implant, 473

8-37 Vertigo, 474

8-38 Removal of an Acoustic Neuroma, 475

8-39 Common Oral Lesions, 480

8-40 Cancer of the Oral Cavity, 481

8-41 Hyperthyroidism with Diffuse Goiter (Graves’ Disease), 490

8-42 Primary Hypothyroidism, 491

8-43 Manifestations of Primary Hyperparathyroidism, 492

8-44 Emergency Airway: Cricothyrotomy, 500

8-45 Manifestations of Hoarseness, 500

8-46 Nerve Lesions, 511

8-47 Craniosynostosis, 518

8-48 Congenital Anomalies of the Oral Cavity, 518

8-49 Pharyngeal Arch and Pouch Anomalies, 519