Atlas of Human Limb Joints by Jacques Guyot

By Jacques Guyot

The purpose of this booklet is to offer as thoroughly as attainable an outline of the joints of the human limbs, utilizing photos and drawings of anatomical dissections. latest descriptive anatomical money owed are usually theoretical and never associated with practical job of the joints involved; they lack sensible demonstra­ tion of the anatomy. we are hoping to fill the distance within the to be had literature via presentation of this e-book. The paintings is directed in the direction of anatomists, medical professionals drawn to joint pathology, orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, radiologists, experts in activity accidents and rehabilitation, additionally to physicians ordinarily, physiotherapists and scholars. The booklet is split into seven chapters. each one bankruptcy includes elements: the 1st is a short account of the sensible anatomy of the joint. It doesn't provide an entire description yet an total precis of the useful constructions concerned. the second one part, the most half, contains illustrations (drawings and pictures of anatomical dissections). The dissections and the pictures have been ready within the division of Anatomy directed through Professor HENRI M. DUVERNaY from cadaveric specimens preserved via the tactic defined via WINCKLER (1964). the method of dissecting the ligamentous buildings round joints has proved techni­ cally tricky. one can create artificially buildings from the mass of fibrous tissue and on a couple of events we have now been not able to find ligaments that are defined in a few anatomical debts.

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Anterior View LC La te ra l cond yle MC M ed ia l cond of femur yle of femur p Pa te lla T Ti bi a 1 V as tu s media lis (lowest fibres) 2 M ed ia l patella r retinaculum (c ro ss ed fibres) 3 Pa te lla r ligam en t 4 Ti bi al collate ral ligament 5 M ed ia l menisc us 6 Fa sc ia cruris 7 Fi bu la r collate ral ligament 8 La te ra l menisc us 23 Chapter 2 24 The Knee Joint Figure 10 H PS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 /0 11 12 13 14 15 Right Knee Joint. Posterior View Head of fibula Popliteal surface of femur Vas tus lateralis Plantaris Lateral head of gastrocnemius Arcuate popliteal ligament Fibular collateral ligament Biceps femoris tendon (cut) Popliteus Soleus Posterior oblique ligament Semimembranosus tendon (cut) and pes anserinus profundus Oblique popliteal ligament Fibrous capsule Medial head of gastrocnemius Adductor magnus tendon Vastus medialis 25 Chapter 2 26 The Knee Joint Figure 11 T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Right Knee Joint.

A) The TalocalcClllean Joint: This joint comprises the posterior talocalcanean joint (subtalar joint) and the anterior talocalcanean join t. (b) The Talonavicular Joint: The anterior talocalcanean and talonavicular joints are frequently considered together because of their function and called the talocalcaneonavicular joint. (c) The Calcaneocuboid Joint. The shape and structure of the joints relating the talus, the calcaneus and the navicular, allow correct orientation of the medial longitudinal arch of the foot and its adaptation to irregularities of the ground without loss of equilibrium.

Cruciate Ligaments and Menisci (Dissected from the Front) 11 IE LC Intercondylar eminence Lateral condyle MC Medial condyle PS Patellar urface T Tibia 1 Ant rior crllciate ligament 2 Po terior cruciate ligamen t 3 Tibial collateral ligament 4 Medial meni ClI 5 Tran ver e ligament 6 An terior horn of medial meniscus 7 oronary ligament Pa tellar ligament (cut) 9 Iliotibial tract (ClIt) 10 Bicep ~ mori tendon (cut) II ibular collateral ligament f2 Lateral meni Cll f3 An terior horn of latera l men iscus 45 Chapter 2 46 The Knee Joint Figure 21 Right Knee Joint, Posterior Dissection.

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