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Grant’s Dissector 13th edition – Patrick W. Tank


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Grant’s Dissector 13th edition
The first edition of Grant’s Dissector appeared in 1940. Its 12 previous editions have been used by ountless health professionals for over 60 years. During those years, the time devoted to the study of gross anatomy has diminished dramatically, and the 13th edition of Grant’s Dissector has been modified with that in mind.
A refocusing of content
Grant’s Dissector was originally designed as an instruction manual for dissection by the regional approach. The 13th edition continues in this approach but has been rewritten to make the dissection instructions concise and minimize extraneous material.

This refocusing is intended to make the scope and detail of the dissector more appropriate to today’s gross anatomy curriculum. The student is encouraged to rely upon Grant’s Dissector for dissection instructions and to use a textbook such as Clinically Oriented Anatomy and a quality atlas such as Grant’s Atlas to provide anatomical details.
Changes to dissection order
In addition to the refocusing of the dissector’s content, the order of dissection has been modified in the 13th edition. The first chapter covers the dissection of the back, followed by the upper limb, thorax, abdomen, pelvis and perineum, lower limb, and head and neck. This change in dissection order was made to accommodate courses that begin by dissecting the back for traditional reasons: The dissection experience is less emotionally traumatic for students if they begin with the body in the prone position. However, the chapters are written so that the dissection units can be used in any order that fits the needs of the individual course.
New chapter organization and other key features
Each chapter in the 13th edition is consistently organized with several new features. First, each chapter begins with a brief study of surface anatomy. Then, osteology is presented in a concise way to provide the student with important foundation structures that will aid in localization of soft tissue structures.
Each dissection unit begins with a brief overview, called “Before you dissect…,” of what is to be accomplished during the dissection session. The dissection instructions are then presented in numbered sequence so that the dissector can perform a step, then return quickly to the appropriate place on the page to get the next dissection instruction. Lastly, each dissection concludes with a series of review exercises, called “After you dissect…,” that highlight the important features of the dissection and encourage the synthesis of information. These modifications are intended to improve student learning and ease of use.

CONTENTS:
INTRODUCTION

1. THE BACK
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SKELETON OF THE BACK
■ SKIN AND SUPERFICIAL FASCIA
■ SUPERFICIAL MUSCLES OF THE BACK
■ INTERMEDIATE MUSCLES OF THE BACK
■ DEEP MUSCLES OF THE BACK
■ SUBOCCIPITAL REGION
■ VERTEBRAL CANAL, SPINAL CORD AND MENINGES

2. THE UPPER LIMB
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SUPERFICIAL VEINS AND CUTANEOUS NERVES
■ SUPERFICIAL GROUP OF BACK MUSCLES
■ SCAPULAR REGION
■ PECTORAL REGION
■ AXILLA
■ ARM AND CUBITAL FOSSA
■ FLEXOR REGION OF THE FOREARM
■ PALM OF THE HAND
■ EXTENSOR REGION OF THE FOREARM AND DORSUM OF THE HAND
■ JOINTS OF THE UPPER LIMB

3. THE THORAX
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SKELETON OF THE THORAX
■ PECTORAL REGION
■ MUSCLES OF THE PECTORAL REGION
■ INTERCOSTAL SPACE AND INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES
■ REMOVAL OF THE ANTERIOR THORACIC WALL
■ PLEURAL CAVITIES
■ LUNGS
■ MEDIASTINUM
■ MIDDLE MEDIASTINUM
■ EXTERNAL FEATURES OF THE HEART
■ INTERNAL FEATURES OF THE HEART
■ SUPERIOR MEDIASTINUM
■ POSTERIOR MEDIASTINUM

4. ABDOMEN
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SUPERFICIAL FASCIA OF THE ANTEROLATERAL ABDOMINAL WALL
■ MUSCLES OF THE ANTEROLATERAL ABDOMINAL WALL
■ LABIUM MAJUS IN THE FEMALE; SCROTUM, SPERMATIC CORD, AND TESTIS IN THE MALE
■ REFLECTION OF THE ABDOMINAL WALL
■ PERITONEUM AND PERITONEAL CAVITY
■ CELIAC TRUNK, STOMACH, SPLEEN, LIVER, AND GALLBLADDER
■ SUPERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY AND SMALL INTESTINE
■ INFERIOR MESENTERIC ARTERY AND LARGE INTESTINE
■ DUODENUM, PANCREAS, AND HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN
■ REMOVAL OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
■ POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL VISCERA
■ POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL
■ DIAPHRAGM
■ SKELETON OF THE PELVIS
■ ANAL TRIANGLE
■ MALE UROGENITAL TRIANGLE
■ MALE PELVIC CAVITY
■ URINARY BLADDER, RECTUM, AND ANAL CANAL
■ INTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY AND SACRAL PLEXUS
■ PELVIC DIAPHRAGM
■ FEMALE UROGENITAL TRIANGLE
■ FEMALE PELVIC CAVITY
■ URINARY BLADDER, RECTUM, AND ANAL CANAL
■ INTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY AND SACRAL PLEXUS
■ PELVIC DIAPHRAGM

6. THE LOWER LIMB
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SUPERFICIAL VEINS AND CUTANEOUS NERVES
■ ANTERIOR COMPARTMENT OF THE THIGH
■ MEDIAL COMPARTMENT OF THE THIGH
■ GLUTEAL REGION
■ POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT OF THE THIGH
■ LEG AND DORSUM OF THE FOOT
■ ANTERIOR COMPARTMENT OF THE LEG AND DORSUM OF THE FOOT
■ LATERAL COMPARTMENT OF THE LEG
■ POSTERIOR COMPARTMENT OF THE LEG
■ SOLE OF THE FOOT
■ JOINTS OF THE LOWER LIMB

7. THE HEAD AND NECK
■ SURFACE ANATOMY
■ SKULL
■ FACE
■ SCALP
■ INTERIOR OF THE SKULL
■ REMOVAL OF THE BRAIN
■ DURAL INFOLDINGS AND DURAL VENOUS SINUSES
■ GROSS ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN
■ CRANIAL FOSSAE
■ ORBIT
■ POSTERIOR TRIANGLE OF THE NECK
■ ANTERIOR TRIANGLE OF THE NECK
■ THYROID AND PARATHYROID GLANDS
■ ROOT OF THE NECK
■ PAROTID REGION
■ TEMPORAL REGION
■ CRANIOVERTEBRAL JOINTS AND REMOVAL OF THE HEAD
■ PHARYNX
■ NOSE AND NASAL CAVITY
■ HARD PALATE AND SOFT PALATE
■ ORAL REGION
■ LARYNX
■ EAR

Title: Grant’s Dissector
Edition: 13th edition
Authors: Patrick W. Tank

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