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Flex r carpi radialis tendon-

r carpi radialis tendon-

Flex

Ulnar Artery

Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon Ulnar artery

Ulnar nerve

Flexor retinaculum îovering carpal tunnel

Superficial palm arterial arch

Thenar muscles Median nerve

Flexor pollicis longus tendon Palmar carpal ligament (cut)-Median nerve Radial artery

Trapezium

Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon Ulnar artery

Thenar muscles Median nerve

Trapezium Radial artery Trapezoid Scaphoid

Hypothenar Fascia

Flexor retinaculum covering carpal tunnel

Ulnar bursa

Hypothenar muscles

Flexor digitorum superficialis tendons

Flexor retinaculum covering carpal tunnel

Ulnar bursa

Hypothenar muscles

Capitate

Extensor tendons

Saladin's Anatomy and Physiology brings key concepts to life with its unique style of biomedical illustration.The digitally rendered images have a vivid three-dimensional look that will not only stimulate your students' interest and enthusiasm, but also give them the clearest possible understanding of important concepts.

Unparalleled Art Program

Saladin's illustration program includes digital line art, numerous cadaver photographs, and light,TEM, and SEM photomicrographs.Larger images and brighter colors in the third edition will help draw your students into the subject.

Ulnar nerve

Flexor retinaculum îovering carpal tunnel

Superficial palm arterial arch

Flexor digitorum superficialis tendons

Trapezium Radial artery Trapezoid Scaphoid

Capitate

Extensor tendons

Flexor Retinaculum
Anterior

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Abductor hallucls

- Plartar fascia (cut)

Adductor hallucls

•Abductor hallucls (cut)

Abductor hallucls

- Plartar fascia (cut)

Quadratus piantae

Quadratus piantae

-lexor digitorum brevis (cut)

Flexor digitorum longus tendon -Abductor hallucis (cut)

.umbrlcais

-lexor hallucis ongus tendon

Flexor digitorum longus tendon -Abductor hallucis (cut)

Adductor hallucls

•Abductor hallucls (cut)

seous

Dorsal interosseous interosseous

W. Walther, Lake Erie College

Pulmonary

Sternum (b)

Sternum (b)

h ACh receptors h ACh receptors

Region ot sarcolemma with ACh receptors h ACh receptors h ACh receptors

Nucleus ot muscle fiber .

■Junctional folds

The art program in Saladin's text is superb. Students today are more "picture oriented" and gain much of their information from the figures rather than from the text material. The figures in Saladin are clearly and accurately presented.

Juxtamedullary Nephrons Anatomy

Li it

.umbrlcais

-lexor hallucis ongus tendon

-lexor digitorum brevis (cut)

Plantar view

Dorsal view

medulla

Pulmonary

oAfpheexart

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Anatomy Cadaver Trigeminal Nerve

Depressor anguli oris

Platysma

Sternocleidomastoid

Atlas Quality Cadaver Images

Color photographs of cadavers dissected specifically for this book allow students to see the real texture of organs and their relationships to each other.This anatomical realism combines with the simplified clarity of line art to give your students a holistic view of bodily structure.

Latissimus dorsi

Iliocostalis lumborum Thoracolumbar fascia

Iliocostalis

Trapezius

Ribs-

External intercostals

Erector spinae: Spinalis thoracis Iliocostalis thoracis Longissimus thoracis

Latissimus dorsi

Iliocostalis lumborum Thoracolumbar fascia

The cadaver photos are excellent! My students (and friends who have taught or taken anatomy class) love them.

-Michael Angilletta, Jr., Indiana State University, Terre Haute m

Olfactory bulb Olfactory tract Optic chiasma Temporal lobe Infundibulum m

Olfactory bulb Olfactory tract Optic chiasma Temporal lobe Infundibulum

Frontal lobe

Medulla

Cerebellum

Optic Tract Cadaver

Longitudinal fissure Frontal lobe

Olfactory tract

Optic chiasma Optic tract Temporal lobe

Pons-

Medulla oblongata

Cerebellum Spinal cord

Cranial nerves

Fibers of olfactory nerve (I)

Optic nerve (II)

Oculomotor nerve (III)

Trochlear nerve (IV)

Trigeminal nerve (V) Abducens nerve (VI) Facial nerve (VII) Vestibulocochlear nerve (VIII)

Glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) Vagus nerve (X) Accessory nerve (XI) Hypoglossal nerve (XII)

Cranial Nerves Cadaver

Cranial nerves

Olfactory bulb (from olfactory n., I)

Cranial nerves

Olfactory bulb (from olfactory n., I)

Oculomotor n. (III) Trochlear n. (IV) Trigeminal n. (V) Abducens n. (VI) Facial n. (VII)

Vestibulocochlear n. (VIII)

Glossopharyngeal n. (IX)

Vagus n. (X) Accessory n. (XI) Hypoglossal n. (XII)

Students have liked the excellent artwork, the charts and tables, and the clinical insights. The photographs of cadaver dissections and the electron microscopy are excellent.

- Robert Moldenhauer, St. Clair County Community College

Frontal lobe

Medulla

Cerebellum

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Saladin Anterior Pituitary Antomy

Physiology Focused Art

Saladin illustrates many difficult physiological concepts in steps that students find easy to follow. For students who are "visual learners," illustrations like these teach more than a thousand words.

Amino acids

One of the major strengths of the Saladin text, one that promoted me to adopt the text, was the quality and quantity of the illustrations. In my view, this text is a hands-down winner in this area.

R. Symmons, California State University at Hayward

Amino acids

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair Surgery
Hemoglobin

Biliverdin i

Globin

Hydrolyzed to free amino acids

Bilirubin Storage—»»Reuse Loss by I menstruation,

Bile Nury etc.

Feces

Heme

Chylomicron pathway

. Lymph drains into bloodstream

Lymph absorbs chylomicrons from small intestine

VLDL/LDL pathway

Leaves LDLs containing mainly cholesterol h

Lipoprotein lipase removes lipids from chylomicrons

Lipids are stored in adipocytes or used by other cells

Liver produces VLDLs

Liver disposes of chylomicron remnants

Cells requiring cholesterol absorb LDLs by receptor-mediated endocytosis

^ Triglycerides are removed and stored in adipocytes

Liver produces empty HDL shells

Liver disposes of chylomicron remnants

Liver excretes cholesterol as bile salts

HDL shells pick up cholesterol and phospholipids from tissues

Filled HDLs return to liver

HDL pathway

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Hypertrophic Zone Bone

Zone of cell proliferation

Zone of cell hypertrophy

Zone of bone deposition

Micrographs

All life processes are ultimately cellular processes. Saladin drives this point home with a variety of histological micrographs in LM, SEM, and TEM formats, including many colorized electron micrographs.

Zone of cell proliferation

Zone of cell hypertrophy

Zone of bone deposition

Bone Deposition Histology

smooth

smooth

Photomicrographs Correlated with Line Art

Saladin juxtaposes histological photomicrographs with line art. Much like the combination of cadaver gross photographs and line art, this gives students the best of both perspectives: the realism of photos and the explanatory clarity of line drawings.

Lymphatic n Subcapsular

Afferent lymphatic vessel

Lymphatic n Subcapsular

Afferent lymphatic vessel

Medullary Cord

Medulla

Medullary Medullary cord b)

Medulla

Medullary Medullary cord

Small Intestine Reticular Fibers

Reticular fibers

Macrophage

Reticular fibers

From Macroscopic to Microscopic

Saladin's line art guides students from the intuitive level of gross anatomy to the functional foundations revealed by microscopic anatomy.

Right atrium-Right vertricle

Right atrium-Right vertricle a)

The artwork in Saladin is one of its major strengths. I applaud this; it really seems to help hold the interest of a wide variety of students.

Macrophage

D. Farrington, Russell Sage College

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