Published in the year 2012, B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy: Lower Limb, Abdomen And Pelvis - Companion Pocketbook For Quick Review (Volume-2) is a pocketbook that contains a brief overview of important concepts of the human anatomy.
Summary Of The Book B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy: Lower Limb, Abdomen And Pelvis - Companion Pocketbook For Quick Review (Volume-2) is a pocket book that contains a comprehensive overview of the human anatomy. The BD Chaurasia's Human Anatomy series is a trusted name among the student community, as it provides them with simply-written material, with detailed illustrations, which makes learning human anatomy a much more easier and enjoyable experience. Most medical students will often find it difficult to revise important concepts before their examination, as they have to read a vast number of books to do so. In this pocket book, only the essential aspects of anatomy are covered, making it excellent for last-minute revision. In total, this book comprises 35 chapters. Some chapters include Posterior Abdominal Wall, Urinary Bladder and Urethra, Male Reproductive Organs, Large Blood Vessels of the Gut, and Bones of Lower Limb. Through the course of this book, Garg has included several color-line diagrams, which are relevant to the text. Garg has made use of several illustrations to explain the concepts better to the readers, helping them retain the information to perform well in their examinations. In the first section, Garg explains the bones present in the lower limb, along with detailed explanation of muscles and joints. At the close of the first section, there is an appendix that contains insights into the lower limb nerves, in a tabular form. The second section covers the different types of hernia and the systems that regulate the functioning inside the body. The second appendix contains a tabulated form of the arteries present in the pelvis and abdomen. B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy: Lower Limb, Abdomen And Pelvis - Companion Pocketbook For Quick Review (Volume-2) is directed mostly towards undergraduate students. However, it can also be used as a reference guide during clinical practice. About Krishna Garg Krishna Garg is a former professor and author. Garg has written B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy: Upper Limb and Thorax (Volume-1), B D Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy: Head and Neck, Brain (Volume-3), and B D Chaurasia’s Handbook of General Anatomy. Garg has served as the Professor and Head of the Anatomy Department at Lady Hardinge Medical College. She has been awarded the Chikitsa Ratan Award by the Delhi Medical Association and the Satyapaul Sabherwal Award for her support towards the LHMC alumni association. Garg has served as the First President of the LMHC Alumni Association.
Table of Contents Preface Section 1 : Lower Limb 1. Introduction 2. Bones of Lower Limb 3. Front of Thigh 4. Medial Side of Thigh 5. Gluteal Region 6. Popliteal Fossa 7. Back of Thigh 8. Front, Lateral and Medial Sides of Leg and Dorsum of Foot 9. Back of Leg 10. Sole of Foot 11. Venous and Lymphatic Drainage 12. Joints of Lower Limb 13. Arches of Foot 14. Surface Anatomy
Appendix 1 Section 2: Abdomen and Pelvis 15. Osteology of Abdomen 16. Anterior Abdominal Wall 17. Male External Genital Organs 18. Abdominal Cavity and Peritoneum 19. Abdominal Part of Oesophagi and Stomach
Human Anatomy II 20. Small and Large Intestines 21. Large Blood Vessels of the Gut 22. Extra-hepatic Biliary Apparatus 23. Spleen, Pancreas and Liver 24. Kidney and Ureter 25. Supra-renal Gland and Chromaffin System 26. Diaphragm 27. Posterior Abdominal Wall 28. Perineum 29. Preliminary Consideration of Boundaries and
Contents of Pelvis 30. Urinary Bladder and Urethra 31. Female Reproductive Organs 32. Male Reproductive Organs 33. Rectum and Anal Canal 34. Walls of Pelvis 35. Surface Marking of Abdomen and Pelvis Appendix 2 Index
BD Chaurasia's Human Anatomy has been serving the interests of medical students as the most popular textbook because of the simplicity of its text, lucidity of expression, clarity of discussion and remarkebly vivid detailing in the illustrations, making human acatomy most comprehensible to learn. The three volumes have steadily been enlarging to accommodate gross anatomy, histology, embryology and detailed clinical anatomy. Numerous colour line diagrams support the text of gross, surface and clinical anatomy. Numerous colour line diagrams support the text of gross, surface and clinical anatomy. Because of the size, it is difficult for the students to revise the volumes prior to their class tests and examinations. The CAMPANION POCKETBOOKS on the volumes have been designed and brought our giving only the essential components highlighting “must know” of anatomy. Content of each pocketbook is almost one third the size of the main volume, meant mainly for quick last minute revision of the “ volatile anatomy” . The illustrations are aimed at helping the students review the topics easily as well as retaining and reproducing the information clearly in their examinations. Clinical aspects are included with equal intensity. Mainly meant for professional undergraduate students, they could also use these for quick reference during their clinical postings. Highlights of Volume 1 Section 1 on upper Limb contains tables for muscles of various regions, movements of various joints, arteries and branches of nerves are the hallmark of this section. Appendix 1 contains nerves of upper limb, arteries of upper limb and clinical terms. Section 2 on Thorax contains bones of thoracic cage with its muscles including “respiratory movements”. Pleura, lung, bronchial tree, pericardium, heart chambers with their blood supply and nerve supply including clinical anatomy are described briefly. Appendix 2 contains introduction to autonomic nervous system, blood vessels of thorax in tabulated form and clinical terms. Table of ContentsPreface Section 1: Upper Limb 1. Introduction 2. Bones of Upper Limb 3. Pectoral Region 4. Axilla 5. Back 6. Dermatomes and Superficial Veins 7. Scapular Region 8. Arm 9. Forearm and Hand 10. Joints of Upper Limb 11. Surface Marking Appendix 1
Section 2: Thorax 12. Introduction 13. Bones and Joints of Thorax 14. Wall of Thorax 15. Thoracic Cavity and the Pleura 16. Lungs 17. Mediastinum 18. Pericardium and Heart 19. Superior Vena Cava, Aorta and Pulmonary Trunk 20. Trachea, Oesophagus and Thoracic Duct 21. Surface Marking of Thorax Appendix 2 Index
BD Chaurasia's Human Anatomy (Set of Vols 1, 2, 3, and 4)