covers the following topics related to human anatomy: Anatomical orientation,
Introduction to the nervous system, Spinal cord and spinal nerve, Movements of
the upper limb, movements of the lower limbs, Introduction to joints,
Introduction to the autonomic nervous system, Autonomics of the thorax,
Abdominal viscera basics, Gut development, Autonomics of the abdomen, Autonomics
of the pelvis, Cranial nerves, Autonomics of the head and neck.
The lecture note provides a thorough review of human anatomy and physiology applicable to the nurses. It covers all
body parts using a systemic approach. Topics covered includes: Cell, Tissues and Membrane, The Integumentary System, The Skeletal System, The Muscular System, The Nervous
System, The Endocrine System, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, The Urinary System, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance, The
Author(s): Nega Assefa, Alemaya University and Yosief Tsige
This is human
anatomy textbook originally written by Henry Gray. Earlier editions were called
Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical, but the book's name is commonly shortened to,
and later editions are titled, Gray's Anatomy. The book is widely regarded as an
extremely influential work on the subject, and has continued to be revised and
republished from its initial publication in 1858 to the present day.
This note covers the following
topics about Vestibular System Anatomy: Membranous Labyrinth, Vestibular Sensory
Epithelium, Vestibular Receptor Cells, Innervation, Central Vestibular
Connections, Projections From the Vestibular Nuclei, Labyrinthine Fluid and
Blood Supply to the Vestibular End Organ.
This guide covers the following topics
related to Eyelid Anatomy: Surface Anatomy, Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue,
Orbicularis Oculi Muscle, Submuscular Areolar Tissue, Tarsi and Orbital Septum,
Eyelid Retractors, Fat Pads, Conjunctiva, Nerves, Vessels and Lymphatics.
covers the anatomy of the following: Master Muscle List, Head and Neck
Cross-Sections, Upper Limb Cross-Sections, Thorax Cross-Sections, Abdominal
Cross-Sections, Lower Limb Cross-Sections, Pelvis and Perineum Cross-Sections.