Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology: An Atlas and Guide features nearly 700 photographs, line drawings, and radiographs demonstrating individual bones, or collections of bones, from both a distant perspective and more detailed angles. This atlas of skeletal anatomy covers general and specific anatomic terms, includes comparative images of bones in photographic and radiographic form to aid in recognition, and notes important comparisons among adult, juvenile, and fetal bones. It discusses each bone on an individual basis and describes how to qsideq bones and identify fragments. Intended as a field guide for investigations and a lab guide in gross anatomy and skeletal specimen studies, this atlas provides easy and rapid identification of bone material. It takes you far beyond the bare bones of anatomy to aid in skeletal recognition in any situation.there are eight to twelve molars in the mouth a two or three in each quadrant ac the third molars are congenitally missing in ... mandibular first molars have five cusps and all other mandibular molars have four ac maxillary molars have three roots, ... a transverse ridge running mesiobuccally to mesiolingually ac mandibular molars do not have these ridges, instead, they ... on the first molar is smaller than the mesiolingual cusp - on the second molar, the distolingual cusp is much smaller or anbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology|
|Author||:||Evan W. Matshes, Bernard Juurlink|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2004-11-29|