By Reinhard Rohkamm
Nordwest-Krankenhaus Sanderbusch, Sande, Germany. Pocket atlas deals fine quality colour illustrations and designated info at the prognosis of signs and symptoms of neurologic affliction. Emphasizes stipulations most often noticeable in medical perform. additionally contains the basics of the anatomic constitution of the anxious procedure. Softcover.
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Long peroneal m. Flexor digitorum longus m. Extensor digitorum longus m. Peroneus brevis m. Saphenous n. Vastus medialis m. Femoral nerve Sciatic n. Sciatic n. Peripheral Nervous System Cutaneous distribution L5 Gastrocnemius m. Intermediate dorsal cutaneous n. Femoral nerve (cutaneous distribution) Sciatic nerve, peroneal nerve (purple: cutaneous distribution) Sciatic nerve, tibial nerve (purple: cutaneous distribution) 37 Argo light 38 Argo 2 Normal and Abnormal Function of the Nervous System ¼ Neural Pathways ¼ Pathophysiology ¼ Major Syndromes Motor Function Reflexes Reflexes are involuntary and relatively stereotyped responses to specific stimuli.
35). The nerves of the anterior portion of the lower limb are derived from the lumbar plexus, which lies behind and within the psoas major muscle (p. 37); those of the posterior portion of the lower limb from the sacral plexus. The coccygeal nerve (the last spinal nerve to emerge from the sacral hiatus) joins with the S3–S5 nerves to form the coccygeal plexus, which innervates the coccygeus and the skin over the coccyx and anus (mediates the pain of coccygodynia). Argo light Argo Dermatomes and Myotomes Rhomboid mm.
Aorta Hemiazygos v. Watershed Great radicular a. (a. of Adamkiewicz) Lumbar a. Posterior spinal a. Spinal arteries Anterior spinal a. and v. Posterior spinal v. Sulcocommissural a. Anterior radicular v. Spinal veins Posterior external vertebral venous plexus Vasocorona Epidural space Pia mater Ventral root Spinal nerve Spinal branch Spinal ganglia Vessels of spinal cord (left: arteries; right: veins) 23 Argo light Argo Anatomical and Functional Organization Anatomical and Functional Organization Cortical Structures 24 Different areas of the cerebral cortex (neocortex) may be distinguished from one another by their histological features and neuroanatomical connections.