Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple
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A systemic approach to clinical anatomy with a high picture-to-text ratio. Learning occurs through conceptual diagrams, ridiculous associations, and a strong focus on clinical relevance. Excellent Board review. 175 pgs. 303 illus. Includes CD atlas of normal radiographic anatomy (WIN/MAC).
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superior epigastric artery, all with the eventual aim of reaching the umbilicus, where anastomoses occur with the inferior epigastric artery (fig. 6-29). The inferior epigastric artery arises from the external iliac artery, runs near the inguinal ligament, is an important landmark in the surgical approach to inguinal hernias (fig. 11-5), and extends superiorly to join the superior epigastric artery. Thus, the neck connects with an inguinal hernia, the belly button being an intermediary
and pancreas via the right gastric(3A) and gastroduodenal (4) arteries (4) gastroduodenal artery - supplies stomach via right and left gastroepiploic arteries(4A and 4B) and duodenum and pancreas via the superior pancreaticoduodenal artery(4C). Note that the pancreaticoduodenal artery, of all the celiac artery branches, supplies the farthest point down the GI tract (the second portion of the duodenum). The superior mesenteric vessels then take over distribution beyond this point (see fig. 6-32).
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