1. Body Regions and Dermatomes FIGS. 1- 2

    2. Mammary Gland and a typical spinal nerve FIGS. 3- 10

    3. Anterior thoracic region and pectoral muscles FIGS. 11- 16

    4. Axilla: Muscles and vessels; the brachial plexus FIGS. 17- 20

    5. Shoulder Region: Muscles, vessels, nerves and bones FIGS. 21- 28

    6. Shoulder joint FIGS. 29- 36

    7. Upper extremity: Surface anatomy, superficial nerves and vessels and the deep fascia FIGS. 37- 48

    8. Brachial region: Anterior and posterior FIGS. 49- 60

    9. Upper extremity and cross sections of the brachium FIGS. 61- 64

    10. Antebrachial region FIGS. 65- 79

    11. Bones of the forearm, the elbow joint and cross sections of the antebrachium FIGS. 80-101

    12. Dorsum of the hand FIGS. 102-105

    13. Palmar aspect of the hand FIGS. 106-117

    14. Skeleton of the wrist and hand; cross sections of the hand and fingers FIGS. 118-128

    15. Joints of the wrist and fingers FIGS. 129-135

    1. Thoracic cage: Clavicle, sternum, ribs and intercostal structures FIGS. 136-151

    2. Pleura, bronchial tree and lungs FIGS. 152-169

    3. Position of the heart and its valves in the thoracic cavity FIGS. 170-174

    4. Newborn heart; fetal and adult circulations FIGS. 175-183

    5. Mediastinum viewed from the right and left sides FIGS. 184-185

    6. Middle mediastinum: Pericardium and heart FIGS. 186-213

    7. Median sagittal and frontal sections of the thorax FIGS. 214-215

    8. Posterior mediastinum: Organs, vessels, nerves, thoracic duct and diaphragm FIGS. 216-230

    1. Anterior abdominal wall inguinal region: Muscles, vessels and nerves FIGS. 231-254

    2. Anterior abdominal wall and visceria of the newborn child FIGS. 255-256

    3. Abdominal cavity. Organ relations and peritoneum FIGS. 257-264

    4. Abdominal cavity: Celiac axis, stomach and spleen FIGS. 265-278

    5. Abdominal cavity: Liver, biliary system and gall bladder FIGS. 279-284

    6. Abdominal cavity: Duodenum and pancreas FIGS. 285-293

    7. Abdominal cavity: Mesenteric vessels, nerves, lymphatics; the small and large intestine,rectum FIGS. 294-316

    8. Posterior abdominal wall: Kidney, ilopsoas region, lumbar plexus, lumber sympathetic trunk, lumbar lymphatic channels and lumbar vessels FIGS. 317-342

    1. Male perineum: Muscles, vessels and nerves; penis FIGS. 343-352

    2. Male pelvis: Bladder, seminal vesicle, prostate; muscles and vessels; urethra, male urogenital diaphragm FIGS. 353-366

    3. Female perineum: External genitalia; female urogenital diaphragm; muscles, vessels and nerves FIGS. 367-371

    4. Female pelvis: Muscles, uterus, ovary, blood vessels and lymphatics FIGS. 372-387

    5. Osteology and ligaments of the pelvis FIGS. 388-398

    6. Fetus in utero; X-ray of pelvis FIGS. 399-401

    1. Vessels, dermatomes and superficial nerves; surface anatomy and lymph nodes FIGS. 402-415

    2. Anterior thigh: Muscles, vessels and nerves FIGS. 416-423

    3. Gluteal region and posterior thigh FIGS. 424-430

    4. Femur and hip joint FIGS. 431-439

    5. Knee: Popliteal fossa and knee joint FIGS. 440-459

    6. Leg: Superficial nerves and vessels; anterior and lateral compartments FIGS. 460-467

    7. Dorsum of the foot FIGS. 468-471

    8. Leg: Posterior compartment; tibia and fibula FIGS. 472-485

    9. Cross sections of thigh and leg FIGS. 486-491

    10. Plantar aspect of the foot; bones of the foot FIGS. 492-505

    11. Tendons at the ankle; joints of the foot FIGS. 506-514

    12. Cross sections of the foot FIGS. 515-516

    1. Cutaneous nerves, dermatomes, regions of the back FIGS. 517-521

    2. Muscles of the back: Superficial, intermediate and deep FIGS. 522-526

    3. Posterior neck and suboccipital region FIGS. 527-529

    4. Atlas, axis, cervical joints, cervical vertebrae FIGS. 530-543

    5. Vertebral column, thoracic vertebrae and costovertebral joints FIGS. 544-554

    6. Lumbar vertebrae, sacrum and coccyx FIGS. 555-562

    7. Spinal cord, spinal roots, blood supply FIGS. 563-573

    1. Surface anatomy of the neck and the platysma muscle; vessels and nerves of the anterior and posterior triangles of the neck FIGS. 574-582

    2. The strap muscles, the great blood vessels and lymphatic channels of the neck; the thyroid gland FIGS. 583-593

    3. Prevertebral region: Muscles and vertebral artery FIGS. 594-596

    4. Submandibular region: Suprahyoid muscles and submandibular gland FIGS. 597-600

    5. Anterior skull, anterior face and muscles of facial expression FIGS. 601-605

    6. Lateral face, parotid gland, muscles of mastication, the lateral skull and the temporomandibular joint FIGS. 606-617

    7. Blood vessels, nerves and lymphatics of the head, including the superficial and deep face and the infratemporal fossa FIGS. 618-625

    8. Calvaria, diploic veins, dura mater and meningeal vessels FIGS. 626-636

    9. Dural sinuses, cranial cavity, inferior surface of the brain, internal carotid artery,base of the skull FIGS. 637-647

    10. The orbit and eye: Muscles, vessels, nerves and eyeball FIGS. 648-681

    11. External nose, nasal cavity, nasal sinuses and nasopharynx FIGS. 682-695

    12. Mandible, maxilla and teeth FIGS. 696-721

    13. Oral cavity, palate, tongue and oropharynx FIGS. 722-747

    14. The pharyngeal constrictor muscles; pharyngeal vessels and nerves; laryngopharynx FIGS. 748-755

    15. The larynx, laryngeal cartilages, muscles and vessels FIGS. 756-772

    16. The external, middle and internal ear; temporal bone and facial canal; the cochlea and semicircular canals FIGS. 773-805