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By Philip Thorek M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. (auth.)

In this e-book on surgical anatomy, the writer ter of the illustrations are in color-a function has deviated significantly from the standard plan which provides vastly to their price. and has awarded the fabric with a far better Anatomy is a crucial section of surgical procedure surgical perspective. evidently, it's going to attraction and is especially worthwhile within the education of a sur­ essentially to surgeons and especially to these geon. Years in the past it used to be possibly overempha­ in education simply because operative technic is in­ sized within the necessities of a healthcare professional. in the course of cluded with the anatomy. the whole physique is contemporary years whilst an information of body structure lined within the anatomic dialogue and the was once came across to be so very important to the healthcare professional, ideas of technic defined for the impor­ anatomy has to a very good quantity been overlooked. tant operations. this system of presentation The pendulum is threatening to swing too a long way of anatomic information has an seen virtue and provides the younger doctor the concept that he in that it correlates the anatomy with the tech­ needn't spend time on anatomy. The time nical section of surgical procedure; with no query, the desire by no means come while anatomy should be unim­ younger doctor will locate that this integration portant to the health care professional; the younger physician will make it a lot more straightforward for him to recollect should always take pleasure in this. it can be secure the real anatomic details.

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The pterygomaxillary fissure leads medially into the pterygopalatine fossa. The zygomatic arch is quite evident and can be felt running from the prominence of the cheek to the tragus. It is formed by the zygomatic process of the temporal and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone. The tendon of the temporalis passes medial to the arch to gain insertion into the coronoid process of the mandible. The upper border of the arch gives attachment to the temporal fascia, and the lower border and medial surface give origin to the masseter muscle.

The surfaces of the and constricts to form a series of three com- cerebral hemispheres are interrupted by municating sacs which are the primary brain many sulci (fissures) that separate the various vesicles known as the forebrain (prosen- convolutions (gyri) from one another. The cephalon), the midbrain (mesencephalon) and sulci are produced by infolding of the cerebral the hindbrain (rhombencephalon), the last be- cortex, in this way increasing the amount of ing continuous with the spinal medulla.

The pineal body is situated directly above and posterior to the posterior commissure. The sulcus cinguli begins below the rostrum and follows the curvature of the corpus callosum and is separated from it by the gyrus cinguli. The sulcus turns upward in the region of the splenium and cuts the superomedial border of the hemisphere just behind the upper end of the central sulcus. The medial gyrus lies immediately in front of this upper end of the central sulcus, forming the medial surface of the frontal lobe and containing the higher motor centers that control the movements of the lower limb of the opposite side of the body.

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