Functional atlas of the human fascial system / Carla Stecco ; English language editor, Warren Hammer.  (Text) (Text)

Stecco, Carla
Hammer, Warren I
Call no.: WE17 .S743 2015Publication: Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, c2015Description: x, 374 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)ISBN: 9780702044304; 070204430XSubject(s): Fascia -- Physiology -- AtlasConnective tissue -- Physiology -- Atlas
Contents:Connective tissues -- Subcutaneous tissue and superficial fascia -- Deep fascia -- Fasciae of the head and neck -- Fasciae of the thorax and abdomen -- Fasciae of the back -- Fasciae of the upper limb -- Fasciae of the lower limb.
Summary: "Functional Atlas of the Human Fascial System opens with the first chapter classifying connective tissue and explaining its composition in terms of percentages of fibres, cells and extracellular matrix. The second chapter goes on to describe the general characteristics of the superficial fascia from a macroscopic and microscopic point of view; while the third analyzes the deep fascia in the same manner. The subsequent five chapters describe the fasciae from a topographical perspective. In this part of the Atlas, common anatomical terminology is used throughout to refer to the various fasciae but it also stresses the continuity of fasciae between the different bodily regions.Over 300 unique photographs which show fascia on fresh (not embalmed) cadaversDemonstrates the composition, form and function of the fascial systemHighlights the role of the deep fascia for proprioception and peripheral motor coordinationCompanion website - www.atlasfascial.com - with videos showing how fascia connects with ligaments" -Publisher.
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General Books General Stacks WE17 .S743 2015 (เรียกดูชั้นหนังสือ) ยืมออก 31/08/2022 31379015971881

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Connective tissues -- Subcutaneous tissue and superficial fascia -- Deep fascia -- Fasciae of the head and neck -- Fasciae of the thorax and abdomen -- Fasciae of the back -- Fasciae of the upper limb -- Fasciae of the lower limb.

"Functional Atlas of the Human Fascial System opens with the first chapter classifying connective tissue and explaining its composition in terms of percentages of fibres, cells and extracellular matrix. The second chapter goes on to describe the general characteristics of the superficial fascia from a macroscopic and microscopic point of view; while the third analyzes the deep fascia in the same manner. The subsequent five chapters describe the fasciae from a topographical perspective. In this part of the Atlas, common anatomical terminology is used throughout to refer to the various fasciae but it also stresses the continuity of fasciae between the different bodily regions.Over 300 unique photographs which show fascia on fresh (not embalmed) cadaversDemonstrates the composition, form and function of the fascial systemHighlights the role of the deep fascia for proprioception and peripheral motor coordinationCompanion website - www.atlasfascial.com - with videos showing how fascia connects with ligaments" -Publisher.

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