Anatomy in Surgery by Philip Thorek M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S. (auth.)

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

In this booklet 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 cloth with an improved Anatomy is a vital part of surgical procedure surgical standpoint. evidently, it's going to allure and is particularly precious within the education of a sur­ basically to surgeons and especially to these geon. Years in the past it was once maybe overempha­ in education simply because operative technic is in­ sized within the must haves of a doctor. in the course of cluded with the anatomy. the full physique is fresh years while a data of body structure lined within the anatomic dialogue and the was once chanced on to be so very important to the medical professional, ideas of technic defined for the impor­ anatomy has to an exceptional quantity been ignored. tant operations. this system of presentation The pendulum is threatening to swing too some distance of anatomic facts has an noticeable virtue and provides the younger medical professional the concept 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 might be unim­ younger healthcare professional will locate that this integration portant to the healthcare professional; the younger health practitioner will make it a lot more straightforward for him to recollect should always savour this. it can be secure the $64000 anatomic details.

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The base of the pedicle is steadied, usu- cortical rupture. As soon as the dura has been ally with the left hand. The upper portion of incised adequately, the muscles are brought the Rap is grasped with a cranial claw forceps, together, followed by closure of the fascia and and with a quick jerk the bone is fractured. the skin. The Rap thus created is turned back, and the dura is opened by means of a similar but smaller Rap. The necessary operative proceIntracranial Hemorrhage dure is carried out, the dura is closed by fine interrupted sutures, and the bone Rap with A line (Fig.

5 . : : XI-Accessory :' ,/ XII -Hypo l05sal' Fig. 22. The 4 membranes formed by the infolding of the dura mater (falx cerebri, falx cerebelli, tentorium cerebelli and diaphragma sellae). The venous sinuses and the cranial nerves are also shown. nus and aids the tentorium in the support of the straight sinus. The falx cerebelli passes vertically from the tentorium to the foramen magnum and separates the 2 cerebellar hemispheres. It attaches posteriorly to the internal occipital crest, where it encloses the occipital sinus.

16. Extradural hemorrhage: (A) cranial topography, location of the anterior and posterior branches of the middle meningeal artery; (B) inci- sion for ligation of the middle meningeal artery; (C) extradural hematoma located and vessel clamped. bone. The artery is accompanied by its two venae comites. The anterior branch is found readily through an opening which is made IV2 inches behind the external angular process of the frontal bone and a similar distance above the upper border of the zygoma (Fig.

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