Human Anatomy, Volume 1: Upper Limb and Thorax by B. D. Chaurasia

By B. D. Chaurasia

Human Anatomy: higher Limb Thorax is a accomplished ebook for undergraduate scholars of drugs. The ebook contains of chapters on bones of higher limb, pectoral quarter, scapular sector, forearm and hand, joints of higher limb, wall of thorax, thoracic hollow space and the pleura, pericardium, and the guts. furthermore, the publication contains a number of certain diagrams and illustrations for the scholars to appreciate the options higher. This e-book is key for scientific scholars getting ready for varied postgraduate clinical front examinations.

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Fracture of the coronoid process is uncommon, and usually accompanies dislocation of the elbow. Madelung's deformity is dorsal subluxation (displacement) of the lower end of the ulna, due to retarded growth of the lower end of the radius. Ossification of Humerus, Radius, and Ulna Law of Ossification In long bones possessing epiphyses at both of their ends, the epiphysis of that end which appears first is last to join with the shaft. As a corollary, epiphysis which appeared last is first to join.

Ii) The groove is limited laterally by the crest of the trapezium, (iii) The distal surface bears a concavoconvex articular surface for the base of the first metacarpal bone. L) Result Humerus upper end Laterally to the anatomical neck, medially 2 cm below the shaft At the lowest part of articular surface of the head Metaphysis is partly intracapsular Humerus lower end Follows the margins of radial and coronoid fossae and halfway through the olecranon fossa. Both epicondyles are extracapsular A horizontal line at the level of lateral epicondyle.

To the coronoid and olecranon processes. The annular ligamentof the superior radioulnar joint is attached to the two margins of radial notch of ulna. The ulnar collateral ligament of the wrist is attached to the styloid process. The articular disc of the inferior radioulnar joint is attached by its apex to a small rough area just lateral to the styloid process. Ossification: The shaft and most of the upper end ossify from a primary centre which appears during the 8th week of development. The superior part of the olecranon ossifies from a secondary centre which appears during the 10th year.

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