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By Robert H. Whitaker, Neil R. Borley

ISBN-10: 0632054034

ISBN-13: 9780632054039

I began utilizing this e-book once we all started the pinnacle and neck part in my anatomy category and that i used to be hooked. to benefit the cranial nerves it was once the simplest. I memorized the pathways of every nerve and was once thoroughly set for the examination. I even seek advice from it now infrequently in my neuroanatomy direction. I want i might have used it in the course of the whole direction since it has a few nice sections at the arteries and nerves to simplify issues and it is nice to discover a condensed source the place you'll discover the entire muscle groups a specific nerve innervates. additionally, the muscle charts have been nice as a assessment ahead of the NBME topic attempt. i do know that i'm going to proceed to take advantage of this booklet for a very long time after first 12 months.

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They are characteristically thin walled, contain no valves and communicate freely with each other. Superior sagittal sinus. Lies in the superior margin of the falx cerebri draining the arachnoid granulations as it does so. It commences at the foramen caecum and, posteriorly, usually drains as a continuation into the right transverse sinus. It frequently connects at its termination with the left transverse sinus. lntracranial sinuses & veins foramen at the inferior margin of which it unites with the inferior petrosal sinus to form the internal jugular vein.

5cm below the inguinal ligament. It runs posteriorly between pectineus and adductor longus to pass into the deep thigh where it provides the deep structures and the posterior and medial compartments with their main arterial supply. Perforating and descending branches anastomose with the genicular branches of the popliteal artery. Popliteal artery ARTERIES Anterior tibial artery Popliteal artery ARTERIES POPLITEAL ARTERY From: Femoral art To: Ant & post tibial arts This artery commences as the continuation of the femoral artery as the latter passes through the hiatus in adductor magnus and ends as it passes under the fibrous arch of soleus where it immediately divides into anterior and posterior tibial arteries.

It lies medial to the medial gyrus of the temporal lobe. Lying in it is the internal carotid artery (carotid syphon) with the abducent nerve (VI) on its lateral surface and lying on its lateral wall are nerves (from above down): oculomotor (111),trochlear (IV),ophthalmic (Va)and maxillary (Vb)divisions of the trigeminal. It has a sponge-like reticular structure and its connections, particularly those with the other major sinuses (as shown opposite), frequently provide both supply to, and drainage from, the sinus.

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