By Fraser J. Leversedge MD, Martin I. Boyer MD FRCS(C), Charles A. Goldfarb MD
Pocketbook of Hand and top Extremity Anatomy: Primus Manus beneficial properties exquisitely precise full-color photos of dissections and line drawings of all significant anatomic entities. The written descriptions of anatomy are in bulleted layout to permit easy access to the cloth. The ebook additionally describes medical correlations for significant illnesses and contains numerous mnemonic devices.
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APL accessory insertion into opponens Ϯ APB Ϯ trapezium Typically, EPB has one slip; may be within own subcompartment (ϳ30%). First dorsal extensor tendons cross those of the second compartment ϳ7 cm proximal to the wrist crease. 2-3 Axial view of the right distal radius articular surface and TFCC after soft tissue removal. The extensor retinaculum and the vertical septa have been preserved to appreciate the second to sixth extensor compartments at the level of the wrist. Note that the fifth extensor compartment (extensor digitorum minimi/quinti) overlies the distal radioulnar joint (SF, scaphoid fossa; LF, lunate fossa; 2, second extensor compartment containing ECRL and ECRB; 3, third extensor compartment with EPL; 4, fourth extensor compartment with EDC and EIP; 5, fifth extensor compartment with EDM/EDQ; 6, sixth extensor compartment with ECU).
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A pocketbook manual of hand and upper extremity anatomy : primus manus by Fraser J. Leversedge MD, Martin I. Boyer MD FRCS(C), Charles A. Goldfarb MD
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