Textbook of General Anatomy by Shobha Rawlani

By Shobha Rawlani

The second one version of Textbook of basic Anatomy provides undergraduate and postgraduate scholars with the hottest details within the field.

Beginning with an advent to anatomy and histology, the next sections research forms of tissue came across in the course of the body.

Topics are offered in bullet aspect structure for simple analyzing and comprise quite a few vibrant diagrams. each one bankruptcy ends with assessment inquiries to increase studying and attempt knowledge.

Key points

New variation providing scholars with most modern details on normal anatomy
Bullet aspect layout and diagrams support learning
Review questions for every chapter
Previous version released in 2011

Show description

Read Online or Download Textbook of General Anatomy PDF

Best education & training books

Getting In

"Karen Stabiner's going in [is] funny (in a wry type of approach) yet pointed and unusually enticing novel approximately parental and teenage obsessiveness concerning the university software procedure in self sufficient faculties and the debilitating, distorting impression of it on little ones and households. needs to learn for college-prep youngsters and their mom and dad.

How Doctors Think

From Publishers Weekly *Starred overview. * Signature*Reviewed via* Perri KlassI want I had learn this publication while i used to be in clinical college, and i am joyful i have learn it now. so much readers will knowJerome Groopman from his essays within the *New Yorker*, which tackle a large choice of complicated health conditions, evocatively speaking the tensions and feelings of either medical professionals and sufferers.

Fearful Symmetry: Is God a Geometer?

Symmetry is without doubt one of the strongest and wide-ranging of mathematical rules with fresh paintings on symmetry breaking, whilst symmetrical styles are a bit of altered or corrupted, throwing up a rare diversity of functions and ordinary examples, from the stripes on a tiger's again to the territorial styles of fish and to the constitution of viruses.

Extra resources for Textbook of General Anatomy

Sample text

In the blood, as the monocytes. In the sinusoids of the liver (Kuffer’s cells), spleen, bone marrow and else where.  In the lymphoid tissues and lymph nodes as the reticular cells.  In the lung alveoli as the alveolar phagocytes.  In the brain and spinal cord, as the microglia.    Function The Macrophages Phagocytose and digest particulate organic materials, foreign bodies or invading microorganisms and thereby eliminate them from the body to avoid any injurious effects.  Sometimes a number of macrophages form a barricade around a large foreign material and often coalesce with one another to form mononucleated masses known as the foreign body Giant cells (Fig.

They branch and join together to form a network within a tissue. These fibers are much fewer than the collagen fibers. They are elastic and stretchable, with perfect recoiling. The thin elastin fibers branch and rejoin freely.  Elastic fibers are formed by fibroblasts.  But in the walls of arteries they are formed by smooth muscle cells.  Though elastic fibers are stretchable and elastic, their elasticity diminishes with age.  The elastic fibers are composed of protein subunits the tropoelastin which possess high content of amino acid valine.

Each cell is spherical or polygonal, consists of peripheral rim of cytoplasm with an eccentric nucleus and contains a large central lobule of fat. Connective Tissue Fig. 9: Fat cell  When stained with H and E, the cell is ‘signet ring’ in appearance because the fat is dissolved by the solvent used.  By special method, fat may be fixed and stained with Sudan III, Sudan black, Scharlach R. CONNECTIVE TISSUE–II Connective tissue–II is considered under the following headings: Connective tissue matrix  Fibers –– Collagen fibers –– Elastic fibers –– Reticular fibers  Ground substance  Types of mature connective tissue  Applied anatomy of connective tissue.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.95 of 5 – based on 4 votes