By Nigel Palastanga, Derek Field and Roger W. Soames (Auth.)
This textbook of anatomy has been designed particularly for college students who desire to use the information in medical events and need a higher realizing of the mechanisms which enable move to happen. each one part follows an analogous development of presentation, with dialogue of the bones, muscle mass and joints and their interplay, nerve blood offer and lymphatic drainage. The utilized anatomy of the musculoskeletal approach occupies the better a part of the e-book, yet sections also are dedicated to human embryology, the surface and its appendages and the constitution and serve as of the fearful process. For readability of presentation, each one web page of textual content faces a web page of illustrations and diagrams. huge cross-referencing among textual content and images will extra help figuring out of even the main tough structural and practical ideas
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Back). The reticular layer of dermis consists of a dense mass of interweaving collagen and elastic connective tissue fibres. It is this layer which gives the skin its toughness and strength. The tissue fibres run in all directions, but are generally tangential to the surface. However, there is a predominant orientation of fibre bundles, with respect to the skin surface, which varies in different regions of the body. It is this orientation which gives rise to the cleavage lines of the skin (see Fig.
8 m , being seven times greater than at birth. Skin thickness also varies, not only with age but also from region to region. 5 mm) and thickest over the back of the neck and upper trunk, the palm of the hand and the sole of the foot. It generally tends to be thicker over posterior and extensor surfaces, than over anterior and flexor surfaces, being between 1 and 2 mm thick for the most part. The total thickness of the skin depends on the thickness of both the epidermis and the dermis. On the palms of the hands and soles of the feet the epidermis is responsible for the thickness of the skin, the dermis being relatively thin.
To this end, fatty secretions from the sebaceous glands help to maintain this waterproofing, as well as being acted upon to produce vitamin D. waterproofing However, the efficient mechanism does not prevent the skin having an absorptive function when certain drugs, vitamins and hormones are applied to it in a suitable form. Nor does it prevent the excretion of certain crystalloids through sweating. ) Because human beings are warmblooded, the body temperature must be kept within relatively narrow limits despite enormous variations in environmental temperature.
Anatomy and Human Movement. Structure and Function by Nigel Palastanga, Derek Field and Roger W. Soames (Auth.)