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Vishram Singh Textbook of Anatomy [PDF Free Download] is an excellent textbook for students in the medical field. It is short, concise, and factualmaking it easy to read.

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Table of contents 


Volume 0: General anatomy

  • Unit I: Introduction and History of Anatomy
  • Unit II: Anatomical Terminology
  • Unit III: Architecture and Design of Human Body
  • Unit IV: Cells and Tissues of the Body
  • Unit V: Skin, Superficial Fascia, and Deep fascia
  • Unit VI: Skeleton
  • Unit VII: Joints
  • Unit VIII: Vertebral Column
  • Unit IX: Muscular system
  • Unit X: Cardiovascular System
  • Unit XI: Lymphatic System
  • Unit XII: Nervous System
  • Unit XIII: Endocrine System
  • Unit XIV: Digestive and Respiratory System
  • Unit XV: Urogenital System
  • Unit XVI: Radiological (Imaging) Anatomy
  • Unit XVII: Medical Genetics
  • Index

 

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Textbook of Anatomy Volume I (Upper Limb and Thorax)

  • Unit I: Introduction to the Upper Limb (UL)
  • Unit II: Bones of the Upper Limb (UL)
  • Unit III: Pectoral Region
  • Unit IV: Axilla (Armpit)
  • Unit V: Scapular Region and Back of the Body
  • Unit VI: Complex Shoulder Joint (Joints of Shoulder Girdle)
  • Unit VII: Cutaneous Innervation, Venous and Lymphatic Drainage of the Upper Limb (UL)
  • Unit VIII: Arm
  • Unit IX: Forearm
  • Unit X: Elbow and Radio-ulnar Joints
  • Unit XI: Hand
  • Unit XII: Joints and Movements of the Hand
  • Unit XIII: Major Nerves of the Upper Limb (UL)
  • Unit XIV: Introduction to Th orax and Th oracic Cage
  • Unit XV: Bones and Joints of the Thorax
  • Unit XVI: Th oracic Wall and Mechanism of Respirations
  • Unit XVII: Pleural Cavities
  • Unit XVIII: Lungs (Pulmones)
  • Unit XIX: Mediastinum
  • Unit XX: Pericardium and Heart
  • Unit XXI: Aorta, Pulmonary Trunk, Superior Vena Cava, and Th ymus
  • Unit XXII: Trachea and Esophagus
  • Unit XXIII: Th oracic Duct, and Th oracic Sympathetic Trunks, and Azygos and hemiazygos Veins
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Index

 

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Textbook of Anatomy Volume II (Abdomen and Lower Limb)

  • Chapter I: Introduction and Overview of the Abdomen
  • Chapter II: Osteology of the Abdomen
  • Chapter III: Anterior Abdominal Wall
  • Chapter IV: Inguinal Region/Groin
  • Chapter V:  Male External Genital Organs
  • Chapter VI: Abdominal Cavity and Peritoneum
  • Chapter VII: Abdominal Part of Esophagus, Stomach, and Spleen
  • Chapter VIII: Liver and Extrahepatic Biliary Apparatus
  • Chapter IX: Duodenum, Pancreas, and Portal Vein
  • Chapter X: Small and Large Intestines
  • Chapter XI: Kidneys, Ureters, and Suprarenal Glands
  • Chapter XII: Posterior Abdominal Wall and Associated Structures
  • Chapter XIII: Pelvis
  • Chapter XIV: Pelvic Walls and Associated Soft Tissue Structures
  • Chapter XV: Perineum
  • Chapter XVI: Urinary Bladder and Urethra
  • Chapter XVII: Male Genital Organs
  • Chapter XVIII: Female Genital Organs
  • Chapter XIX: Rectum and Anal Canal
  • Chapter XX: Introduction to the Lower Limb
  • Chapter XXI: Bones of the Lower Limb
  • Chapter XXII: Front of the Th igh
  • Chapter XXIII: Medial Side of the Th igh
  • Chapter XXIV: Gluteal Region
  • Chapter XXV: Back of the Th igh and Popliteal Fossa
  • Chapter XXVI: Hip Joint
  • Chapter XXVII: Front of the Leg and Dorsum of the Foot
  • Chapter XXVIII: Lateral and Medial Sides of the Leg
  • Chapter XXIX: Back of the Leg
  • Chapter XXIX: Sole of the Foot
  • Chapter XXX: Arches of the Foot
  • Chapter XXXII: Joints of the Lower Limb
  • Chapter XXXIII: Venous and Lymphatic Drainage of the Lower Limb
  • Chapter XXXIV: Innervation of the Lower Limb
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Index

 


 

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Textbook of Anatomy Volume II (Head, Neck, and Brain)

  • Chapter I: Living Anatomy of the Head and Neck
  • Chapter II: Osteology of the Head and Neck
  • Chapter III: Scalp, Temple, and Face
  • Chapter IV: Skin, Superfi cial Fascia, and Deep Fascia of the Neck
  • Chapter V: Side of the Neck
  • Chapter VI: Anterior Region of the Neck
  • Chapter VII: Back of the Neck and Cervical Spinal Column
  • Chapter VIII: Parotid Region
  • Chapter IX: Submandibular Region
  • Chapter X: Infratemporal Fossa, Temporomandibular Joint, and Pterygopalatine Fossa
  • Chapter XI: Th yroid and Parathyroid Glands, Trachea, and Esophagus
  • Chapter XII: Pre- and Paravertebral Regions and Root of the Neck
  • Chapter XIII: Oral Cavity
  • Chapter XIV: Pharynx and Palate
  • Chapter XV: Larynx
  • Chapter XVI: Blood Supply and Lymphatic Drainage of the Head and Neck
  • Chapter XVII: Nose and Paranasal Air Sinuses
  • Chapter XVIII: Ear
  • Chapter XIX: Orbit and Eyeball
  • Chapter XX: Vertebral Canal and Its Contents
  • Chapter XXI: Cranial Cavity
  • Chapter XXII: Cranial Nerves
  • Chapter XXIII: General Plan and Membranes of the Brain
  • Chapter XXIV: Brainstem
  • Chapter XXV: Cerebellum and Fourth Ventricle
  • Chapter XXVI: Diencephalon and Th ird Ventricle
  • Chapter XXVII: Cerebrum
  • Chapter XXVIII: Basal Nuclei and Limbic System
  • Chapter XXIX: Blood Supply of the Brain
  • Multiple Choice Questions
  • Index

 

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