Anatomy and human movement : structure and function by Nigel Palastanga; Roger Soames

By Nigel Palastanga; Roger Soames

Over the last 22 years, Anatomy and Human circulate has grown right into a vintage textbook, assisting scholars to appreciate and have in mind the mechanisms which enable circulate to ensue. Now in its 6th variation, the strategy is still an identical - each one portion of the physique is gifted systematically the place readers are brought to the bones, then guided throughout the muscle tissues, joints , frightened process and blood offer. Anatomy of the musculoskeletal procedure is dropped at existence via uncomplicated complete color art following a color key for readability and accuracy. unique account of anatomy Stresses dating among constitution and serve as precis containers used for fast revision aids or basic overviews Over 800 complete color line drawings Over 50 photos (including radiographs) Stimulates knowing and studying of anatomy and alertness to human circulation enhanced and new art Radiographs enlargement of joint alternative sections СКАЧАТЬ

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0 mm thick) and an intimately related deeper dermis overlying a variable amount of subcutaneous connective tissue. Nails are modifications of the two superficial layers of the epidermis. Early embryology • • Hairs are widely distributed over the skin, emerging at an angle from the surface. Sebaceous glands release oily secretions onto the skin surface; sweat glands are important in temperature regulation; the mammary gland (breast) is a modified sweat gland. EARLY EMBRYOLOGY Stages in development The process of development begins with the penetration of the zona pellucida of the ovum (egg) by the head of the sperm – this is fertilization.

In darker skinned races, the melanin is distributed throughout the layers of the epidermis. In response to sunlight and heat the skin increases its degree of pigmentation, thereby making it appear darker. e. tanning from exposure to sunlight, is widely sought after in white populations. Some areas of the body show a constant deeper pigmentation, these being the external genital and perianal regions, the axilla and the areola of the breast. On the pads of the fingers and toes, and extending over the palm of the hand and sole of the foot, are a series of alternating ridges and depressions.

Langer’s lines do not always correspond with the stress lines of life; they merely reflect the stresses within the skin at rest. Skin colour depends on the presence of pigment (melanin) and the vascularity of the dermis. When hot the skin appears reddened due to the reflection of large quantities of blood through the epidermis. Similarly, when cold the skin appears paler due to the reduction of blood flow to it. The degree of oxygenation of the blood also influences skin colour; anaemic individuals generally appear pale.

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