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Columna posterior. It is composed primarily of sensory neurons. B 2 Posterior horn. Cornu posterius. Hook-shaped structure seen in transverse section of the spinal cord. A 3 Apex. Apical cap of posterior horn consisting of large nerve cells ventral to the substantia gelatinosa. A C 4 Head. Caput. Thickened middle part of posterior horn in the lower cervical and thoracic spinal cord. A 5 Cervix. Thinner segment of posterior horn between the head and base. A 6 Base. Basis....

Nodi Lymphatici Lumbales Dextri

Nodi lym-phatici parietales. Lymph nodes in the abdominal wall. Left lumbar lymph nodes. Nodi lymphatici lumbales (lumbares) sinistri. Nodes situated along the abdominal aorta. They mainly serve as secondary filter stations for lymph nodes located further below, but also as primary filter stations for the suprarenal gland, kidney, ureter, testis, ovary, uterine tubes, fundus of uterus and abdominal wall. Efferents primarily into the lumbar trunk. They can be...

Iliac crest Crista iliaca A C

Labium exter-num. Bony ridge for attachment of the external abdominal oblique muscle. A 17 Tubercle of iliac crest. Tuberculum iliacum. Palpable projection on the external lip of the iliac crest about 5 cm behind the anterior iliac spine at the junction of the anterior gluteal line with the iliac crest. A 18 Linea intermedia. Rough bony area between the external and internal lips of the iliac crest. Origin of the internal abdominal oblique muscle. A 19...

Feneis Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy 2000 Thieme

19 M. levator veli palatini. o Petrous portion of temporal bone in front of the lower opening of the carotid canal. i Palatine aponeurosis. It passes through the pharyngeal wall above the superior constrictor muscle and moves the soft palate backward and upward, thereby taking along the dorsomedial part of the auditory tube cartilage below the pharyngeal opening of the auditory tube. I Vagus (X) nerve. C 20 M. tensor veli palatini. o Spine of sphenoid, scaphoid fossa and anterior (lateral) lip...

A Lateral glandular branch Ramus glandularis

It mainly supplies the lateral portion of the thyroid gland. A 17 Ascending pharyngeal artery. A. pharyngea ascendens. It arises from the posteroinferior aspect of the external carotid artery and passes between the pharynx and the musculature of the styloid process up to the base of the skull. A 18 Posterior meningeal artery. A. meningea posterior. Artery that lies lateral to the internal carotid artery and passes through the jugular foramen. It supplies the dura of the posterior...

Frontal process of maxilla Processus frontalis AB

Crista lacrimalis anterior. Bony ridge in front of the entrance to the na-solacrimal canal. A 27 Lacrimal notch. Incisura lacrimalis. Crescent-shaped notch at the entrance to the nasolacri-mal canal. B 28 Ethmoidal crest. Crista ethmoidalis. Oblique ridge on the medial surface of the frontal process for the attachment of the middle nasal concha. B 29 Zygomatic process. Processus zygomaticus. Lateral process of the maxilla for articulation with the zygomatic bone. A

Trigeminal semilunar gasserian ganglion

Ganglion trigeminale semilunare Gasseri . Semilunar ganglion that is equivalent to a spinal ganglion. It is located in an outpocketing of the subarachnoid space (cavum trigeminale) above the foramen lacerum at the medial, anterior border of the petrous part of the temporal bone. C Motor root. Radix motoria portio minor . Motor portion of trigeminal nerve for innervation of the masticatory muscles. It is situated cranially at the exit of the trigeminal nerve and below the trigeminal ganglion. C...

Sections through the medulla oblongata Sectiones medullae oblongatae

Fasciculus pyramidalis. Nerve tract for the transmission of impulses concerned with conscious movements. C D 11 Corticospinal fibers. Fibrae corticospinales. Fibers from the precentral gyrus of the cortex to the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord. 12 Corticonuclear fibers. Fibrae corticonu-cleares. Fibers from the precentral gyrus of the cortex to the motor nuclei of cranial nerves. 13 Decussation of the pyramids. Decussatio py-ramidum(dec. motoria). Fibers...

Anterior parietal peritoneum Peritoneum 30 parietale anterius

Plica umbilicalis medi- 31 ana plica umbilicalis media . Fold passing from the apex of the urinary bladder to the umbilicus. It contains the remains of the ura-chus. A B 32 14 Supravesical fossa. Fossa supravesicalis. Shallow depression in front of the urinary bladder between the median and medial umbilical 33 folds. B 15 Medial umbilical fold. Plica umbilicalis medialis plica umbilicalis lateralis . Fold corresponding to the obliterated umbilical artery. It is located...

Mucous membrane of tongue Tunica mucosa 18 linguae C

Frenulum linguae. Mucosal fold extending from the floor of the mouth to the inferior side of the tongue. D see also p.113. D 3 Lingual papillae. Papillae linguales. Collective term for the following five different types of mucosal formations A B 4 Filiform papillae. Papillae filiformes. Fine, almost threadlike epithelial elevations on a connective tissue core. Their tips that are often cleft. A 5 Conical papillae. Papillae conicae. Special form of filiform papilla. They...

A Posterior white commissure Commissura

Individual fibers crossing into the posterior gray commissure. 19 Anterior funiculus. Funiculus anterior. Mass of white matter between anterior root fibers, anterior horn and anterior median fissure. A C 20 Anterior fasciculi proprii. Fasciculi proprii anteriores. Lying directly on the gray matter, these bundles comprise longer and shorter fibers involved in connecting individual semgents of the spinal cord with one another. Reflex apparatus. C 21 Sulcomarginal fasciculus....

A Pterygomeningeal artery A pterygo

Artery that supplies the pterygoid muscles, the tensor veli palatini, and the auditory tube it emerges from the maxillary and middle meningeal arteries and passes through the foramen ovale to the trigeminal ganglion and the dura mater. 24 Masseteric artery. A. masseterica. Artery that supplies the masseter muscle passing laterally through the mandibular notch. B 25 Anterior deep temporal artery. A. temporalis profunda anterior. Artery passing upwards into the temporalis muscle. B

M quadratus plantae m flexor accessorius

O Calcaneus. i Lateral borderoftendon offlexor digitorum longus. A Flexes toes and supports longitudinal arch of foot. I Lateral plantar nerve. B 10 Mm. lumbricales pedis. Lumbrical muscles of the foot. o Tendons offlexor digitorum longus. i Bases of proximal phalanges 2-5. A Flexion at the metatarsophalangeal joint. Brings toes closer to the big toe. I Medial and lateral plantar nerves. AB 11 Mm. interossei dorsales pedis. o Arises by two heads from adjacent metatarsal bones. i Base of the...

Rightleft lobe of thymus Lobus dextersinister E

Noduli thymici ac-cessorii . Scattered islands of thymic tissue. 26 Thymic lobules. Lobuli thymi. Lobules of thymus formed by connective tissue trabeculae. E 27 Cortex of thymus. Cortex thymi. Lymphocyte-rich cortical area. 28 Medulla of thymus. Medulla thymi. Lymphocyte-poor medullary region containing Has-sell's (thymic) corpuscles. 29 Adrenal (suprarenal) gland. Glandula su-prarenalis (adrenalis). Gland sitting like a cap medially on the upper pole of the kidney...

Connective tissue capsule of spleen Tunica fibrosa B

Trabeculae splenicae lienales . Connective tissue partitions penetrating into the spleen from the hilum and capsule and containing blood vessels. B 1 16 Splenic pulp. Pulpa splenica lienalis . It comprises white pulp (lymphoreticular tissue in form of arterial sheaths) and red pulp (venous sinuses with erythrocytes, reticular tissue). B 17 Splenic sinus. Sinus splenica lienalis . Thin-walled venous spaces with multiple anastomoses situated in the red pulp. B 18 Splenic...

Shaft of femur Corpus femoris A B

Rough double line on the posterior aspect of the femur for attachment of two vasti muscles and the short head of the biceps. Insertion of the adductors, gluteus maximus, and pectineus muscles. B 14 Lateral lip of the linea aspera. Labium laterale. B 15 Medial lip of the linea aspera. Labium mediale. B 16 Pectineal line. Linea pectinea. Bony ridge extending downward from the lesser trochanter, nearly reaching the linea aspera. Gives attachment to the pectineus muscle. B 17...

Posterior surface of adrenal gland Facies posterior

Inferolaterally directed concave adrenal surface facing the kidney. F Superior margin. Margo superior. Upper margin between the anterior and posterior surfaces of the adrenal gland. F Medial margin. Margo medialis. Margin between the anterior and posterior surfaces of the adrenal gland. F Hilum. Site of exit of central vein. It may be directed forward, downward or upward. F Central vein. Vena centralis. Principal vein of the adrenal gland. It exists...

Raphe Scrotalis

The scrotal sac containing the two testes. A 2 Raphe of scrotum. Raphe scroti (scrotalis). Developmental median skin suture on the scrotum. A 3 Septum of scrotum. Septum scroti (scrotale). Median connective tissue partition in the scrotum. A 4 Dartos muscle. Tunica musculus dartos. Layer of subcutaneous smooth muscle fibers that wrinkle the skin of the scrotum. A 5 INTERNAL FEMALE GENITALIA. Organa genitalia feminina interna. BCD 6 Ovary. Ovarium. Intraperitoneal, almond- I shaped...

B Lateral nasal branch Ramus lateralis nasi It

C 14 Angular artery. A. angularis. Terminal branch of facial artery. It anastomoses with the ophthalmic artery. C 15 Occipital artery. A. occipitalis. Second dorsal branch of external carotid artery. It passes medial to the mastoid process at the occiput and anastomoses with the superficial temporal, vertebral, deep cervical and posterior auricular arteries. C D 16 Mastoid branch of occipital artery. Ramus mastoideus. It passes through the mastoid foramen to...

A Carotid bifurcation Bifurcatio carotica Site of

Division of the common carotid artery. A 9 EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY. A. carotis externa. It extends from the carotid bifurcation to its terminal division into the superficial temporal and maxillary arteries at the neck of the mandible. A 10 Superior thyroid artery. A. thyroidea superior. First branch of external carotid artery. It mainly supplies parts of the larynx and the thyroid gland. A 11 Infrahyoid branch. Ramus infrahyoideus. It courses along the hyoid bone and anastomoses with the branch...

Mum

Trigonum caroticum. Triangular region bounded by the sternocleidomastoid muscle, posterior belly of the digastric muscle and superior belly of the omohyoid muscle. A Muscular (inferior carotid) triangle. Trigonum musculare (omotracheale). Triangular region between the anterior median line of the neck, the anterior margin of the sternoclei-domastoid muscle and the superior belly of the omohyoid muscle. A Submental (suprahyoid) triangle. Trigonum submentale. Triangle below the...

Corpus Trapezoideum Pons

Sulcus Lateralis Anterior

Nucleus motorius nervi trigeminalis nucleus motorius trigeminalis . It is located near the exit of the trigeminal nerve. A B 2 Nucleus of abducens nerve. Nucleus nervi ab-ducentis nucleus abducens . It is found beneath the facial colliculus. A B 3 Nucleus of facial nerve. Nucleus nervi facialis nucleus facialis . This motor nucleus lies laterally below the nucleus of the abducens. A B 4 Genu of facial nerve. Genu nervi facialis. Arch formed by fibers of...

[[Dorsal posterior sacrococcygeus muscle

Rudimentary remnant of coccygeal musculature passing posteriorly from the sacrum to the coccyx. A 5 MUSCLES OF THE UPPER LIMB. Musculi mem-bri superioris. 6 M. deltoideus. o Spine of scapula, acromion clavicle. i Deltoid tuberosity of humerus. A Lateral and medial rotation, abduction, adduction, forward and backward flexion. I Axillary nerve. B E F G 7 M. supraspinatus. o Supraspinous fossa. i Greater tubercle of humerus. A Abduction, medial and lateral rotation. I...

B White communicating ramus Ramus albus

Ramus meningeus. Delicate, recurrent ramus. It passes in front of the spinal nerve to re-enter the vertebral canal through the intervertebral foramen and supply the meninges of the spinal cord, where it unites with other meningeal rami to form a plexus. It contains sensory and sympathetic fibers. A 13 Cauda equina. Collection of all spinal nerve roots extending from L1-2 caudally in addition to the filum terminale. C 14 CERVICAL NERVES. Nervi cervicales. Eight spinal nerves...

Fibrous sheaths of the digits of the foot

Fibroma Foot

Vaginae fibrosae tendinum digitorum pedis. Tough fibrous sheath that reinforces the tendon sheaths on the flexor side of the toes. G 23 Annular part of fibrous sheath. Pars anularis vaginae fibrosae. Circular tracts in the fibrous sheaths between the joints. G 24 Cruciate part of fibrous sheath. Pars cruci-formis vaginae fibrosae. Crucitate connective tissue tracts in the fibrous sheaths over the joints. G

Gambar Infra Orbital Border

Of teres major muscle 102.13 of tibialis anterior 106.16 of trapezius 102.6 of triceps brachii l02.ll iliac bursa 104.1S prepatellar bursa 104.19 Subthalamic fasciculus 302.6 nucleus 300.17 Sudoriferous glands 394.11 Sulcomarginal fasciculus 276.21 Sulcus(-i) ampullaris 370.22 anterolateralis 272.22, 27B.21 anthelicis transversus 3BB.4 arteriae meningeae mediae 16.26b occipitalis 12.20 subclaviae 6.19 temporalis mediae 16.1S vertebralis 4.9 arteriales 30.B auricularis posterior 3B6.2B basilaris...

A Epididymal branches Rami epididymales

It arises from the aorta at the level of L2 and passes to the ovary within its suspensory ligament. It anastomoses with the uterine artery. C 4 Ureteric branches. Rami ureterici. Small branches to the ureter. C 4a Tubal branches. Rami tubarii (tubales). Branches that supply the infundibulum of the uterine tube. Theyanastomose with the uterine artry. See page 225 C 5 BIFURCATION OF AORTA. Bifurcatio aortae. It occurs in front of L4, thus directly below the...

Caruncula Hymenales

Caruncula Hymenales

Mucosal folds in the cervix organized like leaves of a palm tree. C Cervical glands Gll.cervicalis(uteri).Branched, tubular mucous glands in the mucosa ofthecer-vix. Parametrium. Connective tissue between the two layers of the broad ligament. A Paracervix. Continuation of the parametrium into the cervical region. Tunica serosa (perimetrium). Peritoneal covering ofthe uterus. A Tela subserosa. Connective tissue layer beneath the peritoneal covering ofthe uterus. A...

Bones Of The Lower Limb Ossa membri inferioris

Cingulum membri inferioris Cingulum pelvicum . It is composed of the sacrum and the two ilia. 3 HIP BONE. Os coxae pelvicum . Bony structure comprised of the ilium, ischium and pubis. A B C 4 Obturator foramen. Foramen obturatum ob-turatorium . Large opening between the pubis and ischium. A C 5 Acetabulum. Hip joint socket. Cavity formed by the ilium, ischium and pubis. A 6 Margin of the acetabulum. Limbus acetabuli margo acetabularis . Margin interrupted by the acetabular...

A Sternocostal synchondrosis of the first rib

Synchondrosis sternocostalis costae primae. 27 Interchondral joints. Articulationes interchon-drales. Articulations between the costal cartilages, usually between those of ribs 6-9. See page 7 D 28 Costochondral joints. Articulationes costoch-ondrales. Unions between the bony and cartilaginous parts of ribs without an articular cavity. Dens of axis with ligaments, posterior view Atlanto-occipital articulation, posterior view Ligaments between atlas, axis and occipital bone D Ligaments of...

Articular System

Palatomaxillary Suture

Suturae cranii craniales . 2 Coronal suture. Sutura coronalis. It lies between the frontal bone and the two parietal bones. A C D 3 Sagittal suture. Sutura sagittalis. The median suture situated between the right and left parietal bones. C 4 Lambdoidal suture. Sutura lamboidea. It is located between the occipital bone and the two parietal bones. A D 5 Occipitomastoid suture. Sutura occipitomas-toidea. Continuation of the lambdoidal suture that extends to the base of the...

C Medial marginal vein V marginalis medialis

Great Saphenous Vein Drains Into

It drains into the great saphenous vein. D 27 Perforating veins. Vv. perforantes. Veins that connect the cutaneous and subfascial veins especially on the lower leg. Their valves prevent the flow of blood from the deep veins to the epifascial veins. 1 LYMPHATIC SYSTEM. Systema lymphaticum. 2 Lymphatic vessels. Vasa lymphatica. 3 Lymphatic capillary. Vas lymphocapillare. Any of the vessels of the lymphatic system that form closed networks and have permeable walls. C 4...

Gambar Psterior Axillaris Line

Linea Axillaris Anterior

Not pertaining to the center. 37 Radial. Radialis. Pertaining to or located at the radius. B 38 Ulnar. Ulnaris. Pertaining to or located at the ulna. B 39 Fibular. Fibularis. Pertaining to the fibula or located on the fibular part of the leg. B 40 Tibial. Tibialis. Pertaining to the tibia or locted on the tibial part of the leg. B 41 Palmar. Palmaris. Pertaining to or located on the plam. B 42 Volar. Volaris. Same as palmar. B 43 Plantar. Plantaris. Pertaining to or...

B Venae profundae membri inferioris Deep

A companion vein of the femoral artery that extends from the hiatus tendineus of the adductor canal to the inguinal ligament. A 2 External pudendal veins. Vv. pudendae ex-ternae. Individual branches from the external genitalia. A 3 Superficial circumflex iliac vein. V. cir-cumflexa iliaca superficialis. Subcutaneous companion vein of the superficial circumflex iliac artery. A 4 Superficial epigastric vein. V. epigastrica su-perficialis. Subcutaneous companion vein...

Superior bursa of biceps femoris muscle B m

Bursa Infrapatellaris

Synovial bursa between the origins of the biceps femoris and semimembranosus muscles. B 17 Subcutaneous prepatellar bursa. B. subcutanea prepatellaris. Synovial bursa directly between the skin and the fascia in front of the knee. D 18 Subfascial prepatellar bursa. B. subfascialis prepatellaris . Synovial bursa between the investing fascia of the knee and the tendon of the quadratus femoris muscle. D 19 Subtendinous prepatellar bursa. B. subten-dinea prepatellaris ....

Small glands of the oral cavity Glandulae salivariae minores

Gll Salivariae Canine

Small salivary glands at the inner aspect of the lips. B 33 Buccal glands. Gll. buccales. Small mucous salivary glands at the inner aspect of the cheeks. B 34 Molar glands. Gll. molares. Salivary glands corresponding to the buccal glands situated beneath the mucosal at the level of the molar teeth. B 35 Palatine glands. Gll. palatinae. Salivary glands situated beneath the mucosa of the palate. Two large groups right and left of the midline. D 36 Lingual glands....

Bursitis Pharyngealis

Ostium Bursae

Bursa pharyngealis . Blind pouch in the roof of the pharynx it is more frequently present in children, less often in adults. A Pharyngeal opening of auditory tube. Ostium pharyngeum tubae auditivae auditoriae . Opening found in the nasopharynx. A Torus tubarius. Elevation produced by the dor-somedial cartilage of the auditory tube posterior to the tube opening. A Salpingopharyngeal fold. Plica salpingopharyngea. Mucosal fold overlying the salpingopharyngeal muscle and...

Tectal lamina quadrigeminal plate Lamina tectalis [[quadrigemina A

Colliculus inferior. Inferior hillock of quadrigeminal plate connected to the auditory pathway. A 15 Superior colliculus. Colliculus superior. Superior hillock of quadrigeminal plate connected to the visual pathway. A 16 Brachium of inferior colliculus. Brachium col-liculi inferioris. Connecting arm between the inferior colliculus and the medial geniculate body. A 17 Brachium of superior colliculus. Brachium col-liculi superioris. Connecting arm between the superior...

Superficial cerebral veins Vv superficiales cerebri

Vv. superiores cerebri. Arise from the lateral, medial and anterior aspects of the inferior surface of the brain and drain into the superior sagittal sinus. 12 Prefrontal veins. Vv. praefrontales. They arise from the frontal pole and its basal surface. B 13 Frontal veins. Vv. frontales. Veins from the upper third of the frontal lobe extending up to the central sulcus. B 14 Parietal veins. Vv. parietales. Sinus veins from the parietal lobe. B 15 Occipital veins. Vv....

Abdominal Muscles Musculi abdominis

Are There Lymph Nodes Ribs

2 M. rectus abdominis. o Costal cartilages 5-7. i Pubis and symphysis. A Forward flexion of trunk, lowering of thorax, elevation of pelvis. I Intercostal nerves 7-12. AE 3 Tendinous intersections. Intersectiones ten-dineae.The 3-4 intermediate tendons of the rectus abdominis muscle. They fuse with the anterior wall of the rectus sheath. A 4 Rectus sheath. Vagina m. recti abdominis. Covering of the rectus abdominis muscle formed by the aponeuroses of the flat abdominal muscles. A 6 Posterior...

Deep Pectoral Fascia Impotens

Hiatus Aorticus Animals

Triangularis . o 16 Anterior and lateral part of mandible. i Angle of mouth. I Facial nerve. A 2 M. transversus menti. Transverse muscular connection between the right and left depressor anguli oris muscles below the chin. I Facial nerve. A 3 M. risorius. o Parotid fascia and buccal skin. i Angle of mouth. I Facial nerve. A 4 M. zygomaticus major. o Lateral side of zygo-matic bone. i Angle of mouth. I Facial nerve. A 5 M. zygomaticus minor. o Anterior side of...