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Christy Cael

Functional Anatomy: Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Palpation for Manual Therapists Revised and Updated Version

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Prekės kodas: 9781451127911
Autorius: 
Christy Cael
ISBN: 
9781451127911
Leidykla: 
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Išleista: 
2011
Knygos kalba: 
Anglų
Formatas: 
A4
Viršelis: 
Kietas
Puslapių: 
464
Svoris: 1,380 kg
Matmenys: 276 mm × 25 mm × 213 mm

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Anatomija · Kineziterapija. Masažas · Masažas · Reabilitacija. Fizinė medicina

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Using dynamic visuals and kinesthetic exercises, Functional Anatomy helps readers explore and understand the structures, regions, and layers of the body, from bones to ligaments to superficial and deep muscles. Muscle profiles indicate origin, insertion, and innervation points while step-by-step instructions teach effective bone and muscle palpation.

Readers will also learn how structures help the body move through joint motion, and passive and resisted range of motion techniques. For each region, the book illustrates how structure and function work together to achieve motion in daily activities and sports.

A companion Website includes animations of daily activities such as walking, jogging, and sitting; audio pronunciations of muscles; palpation video demonstrations; searchable full text online; PowerPoint slides; lesson plans; Brownstone test generator; and image and table collections.

With the use of dynamic visuals and kinesthetic exercises, Functional Anatomy helps readers to explore and understand the body's structures, regions, layer of the body, from bones to ligaments to superficial and deep muscles. Muscle profiles indicate origin, insertion, and innervation points while step-by-step instructions teach effective bone and muscle palpation.

Readers will also learn how structures help the body move through joint motion, and passive and resisted range of motion techniques. Each region ends with the culmination of structure and function to illustrate how they function together to achieve motion of daily activities as well as the movement involved in sports.
Reviewers vii
Preface viii
Acknowledgments xi
Chapter 1 Introduction to the Human Body

Communicating About the Body
2 (4)
Regional Terms
2 (1)
Anatomical Position
2 (1)
Directional Terms
3 (1)
Planes of Movement
3 (1)
Axes
4 (1)
Joint Movements
4 (2)
Structures of the Human Body
6 (2)
Tissue Types in the Body
6 (1)
Epithelial Tissue
6 (1)
Connective Tissue
7 (1)
Muscle Tissue
8 (1)
Nervous Tissue
8 (1)
Body Structures Involved in Human Movement
8 (7)
Bone
8 (1)
Shapes of Bones
9 (1)
Palpating Bone
9 (1)
Ligament
10 (1)
Structure of Ligaments
10 (1)
Palpating Ligaments
11 (1)
Muscle
11 (1)
Types of Muscle
11 (1)
Palpating Muscle
12 (1)
Tendon
12 (1)
Shapes of Tendons
13 (1)
Palpating Tendons
13 (1)
Fascia
13 (1)
Structure of Fascia
13 (1)
Fascia Layers
14 (1)
Palpating Fascia
14 (1)
Special Structures
15 (12)
Skin
15 (1)
Structure of the Skin
15 (1)
Palpating Skin
16 (1)
Blood Vessels
16 (2)
Lymphatic Vessels and Nodes
18 (1)
Nerves
18 (2)
Cartilage
20 (1)
Bursae
20 (7)
Chapter 2 Osteology and Arthrology

Bones of the Human Skeleton
27 (3)
Functions of Bone
27 (1)
Support and Protection
27 (1)
Movement
27 (1)
Hematopoiesis
27 (1)
Storage of Minerals and Fats
27 (1)
Bone Tissue
27 (1)
Spongy Bone
27 (1)
Compact Bone
28 (1)
The Human Skeleton
28 (2)
Shapes of Bones
30 (2)
Long Bones
30 (2)
Short Bones
32 (1)
Flat Bones
32 (1)
Irregular Bones
32 (1)
Bony Landmarks
32 (7)
Depressions and Openings
32 (1)
Projections That Form Joints
32 (1)
Attachment Sites
32 (7)
Joints of the Human Skeleton
39 (2)
Naming Joints
39 (1)
Joint Structure
39 (1)
Fibrous Joints
39 (1)
Cartilaginous Joints
40 (1)
Synovial Joints
40 (1)
Joint Function
40 (1)
Synarthrotic Joints
40 (1)
Amphiarthrotic Joints
41 (1)
Diarthrotic Joints
41 (1)
Structure and Function of Synovial Joints
41 (2)
Synovial Joint Anatomy
41 (1)
Synovial Joint Types
41 (2)
Accessory Motions
43 (7)
Roll
43 (1)
Glide
44 (1)
Spin
45 (5)
Chapter 3 Myology

Types of Muscle Tissue
50 (1)
Smooth Muscle
50 (1)
Cardiac Muscle
50 (1)
Skeletal Muscle
50 (1)
Skeletal Muscle Functions
51 (1)
Motion
51 (1)
Posture
51 (1)
Protection
51 (1)
Thermogenesis
51 (1)
Vascular Pump
51 (1)
Fiber Direction and Naming Muscles
51 (3)
Parallel Arrangements
51 (1)
Fusiform Muscles
51 (1)
Circular Muscles
51 (1)
Triangular Muscles
51 (2)
Pennate Arrangements
53 (1)
Unipennate Muscles
53 (1)
Bipennate Muscles
53 (1)
Multipennate Muscles
53 (1)
Naming Muscles
53 (1)
Fiber Direction
53 (1)
Location
53 (1)
Action
53 (1)
Size
53 (1)
Shape
53 (1)
Number of Heads
54 (1)
Skeletal Muscle Properties
54 (1)
Extensibility
54 (1)
Elasticity
54 (1)
Excitability
54 (1)
Conductivity
54 (1)
Contractility
54 (1)
Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle Tissue
55 (1)
Macroscopic Anatomy
55 (1)
Microscopic Anatomy
55 (1)
Physiology of Muscle Contraction
55 (5)
Events at the Neuromuscular Junction
55 (2)
Sliding Filament Theory
57 (2)
Factors Affecting Force Production
59 (1)
Motor Unit Recruitment
59 (1)
Cross-Sectional Area
60 (1)
Fiber Arrangement
60 (1)
Muscle Length
60 (1)
Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types
60 (1)
Slow Twitch Fibers
60 (1)
Fast Twitch Fibers
60 (1)
Intermediate Fibers
61 (1)
Distribution of Fiber Types
61 (1)
Types of Muscle Contractions
61 (1)
Isometric Contractions
61 (1)
Isotonic Contractions
61 (1)
Concentric Contractions
61 (1)
Eccentric Contractions
61 (1)
Integrating Contraction Types in Human Movement
62 (1)
Muscle Relationships
62 (1)
Agonists
62 (1)
Synergists
62 (1)
Antagonists
62 (1)
Muscles of the Human Body
63 (2)
Levers in the Human Body
65 (1)
Components of a Lever
65 (1)
Types of Levers
65 (1)
First-Class Levers
65 (1)
Second-Class Levers
65 (1)
Third-Class Levers
65 (1)
Proprioception
65 (3)
Muscle Spindles
66 (2)
Golgi Tendon Organs
68 (1)
Other Proprioceptors
68 (1)
Vestibular Apparatus
68 (1)
Mechanoreceptors
68 (1)
Range of Motion
68 (7)
Active Range of Motion
68 (1)
Passive Range of Motion
69 (1)
Resisted Range of Motion
70 (5)
Chapter 4 Shoulder

Overview of the Region
75 (1)
Surface Anatomy
76 (2)
Skeletal Structures
78 (2)
Bony Landmarks
80 (4)
Muscle Attachment Sites
84 (2)
Joints and Ligaments
86 (2)
Superficial Muscles
88 (1)
Deep Muscles
89 (1)
Special Structures
90 (1)
Movements Available: Scapula
91 (1)
Movements Available: Glenohumeral joint
92 (1)
Passive Range of Motion
93 (2)
Resisted Range of Motion
95 (3)
Scapula
95 (1)
Shoulder
96 (2)
Individual Muscle Profiles
98 (21)
Deltoid
98 (2)
Pectoralis Major
100 (2)
Coracobrachialis
102 (1)
Biceps Brachii
103 (1)
Pectoralis Minor
104 (1)
Subclavius
105 (1)
Trapezius
106 (2)
Levator Scapula
108 (1)
Rhomboid Major and Minor
109 (1)
Latissimus Dorsi
110 (2)
Teres Major
112 (1)
Serratus Anterior
113 (1)
Supraspinatus
114 (1)
Infraspinatus
115 (1)
Teres Minor
116 (1)
Subscapulars
117 (1)
Triceps Brachii
118 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Scapula
119 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Shoulder
120 (1)
Putting It in Motion
121 (4)
Chapter 5 Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, and Hand

Overview of the Region
125 (1)
Surface Anatomy
126 (3)
Skeletal Structures
129 (2)
Bony Landmarks
131 (5)
Muscle Attachment Sites
136 (2)
Joints and Ligaments
138 (3)
Superficial Muscles
141 (2)
Deep Muscles
143 (1)
Special Structures
144 (3)
Movements Available: Elbow and Wrist
147 (1)
Movements Available: Hand
148 (2)
Passive Range of Motion
150 (3)
Resisted Range of Motion
153 (4)
Individual Muscle Profiles
157 (23)
Brachialis
157 (1)
Brachioradialis
158 (1)
Flexor Carpi Radialis
159 (1)
Palmaris Longus
160 (1)
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
161 (1)
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis
162 (1)
Flexor Digitorum Profundus
163 (1)
Flexor Pollicis Longus
164 (1)
Pronator Teres
165 (1)
Pronator Quadratus
166 (1)
Supinator
167 (1)
Anconeus
168 (1)
Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
169 (1)
Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
170 (1)
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
171 (1)
Extensor Digitorum
172 (1)
Extensor Indicis
173 (1)
Extensor Digiti Minimi
174 (1)
Abductor Pollicis Longus
175 (1)
Extensor Pollicis Brevis
176 (1)
Extensor Pollicis Longus
177 (1)
Intrinsic Hand Muscles
178 (2)
Synergists/Antagonists: Elbow and Wrist
180 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Hand
181 (1)
Putting It in Motion
182 (5)
Chapter 6 Head, Neck, and Face

Overview of the Region
187 (1)
Surface Anatomy
188 (2)
Skeletal Structures
190 (4)
Bony Landmarks
194 (3)
Muscle Attachment Sites
197 (3)
Joints and Ligaments
200 (4)
Superficial Muscles
204 (1)
Intermediate Muscles
205 (1)
Deep Muscles
206 (1)
Muscles of the Face
207 (1)
Special Structures
208 (4)
Posture of the Head and Neck
212 (1)
Movements Available: Neck
213 (1)
Movements Available: Jaw
214 (1)
Facial Expression
215 (1)
Passive Range of Motion
216 (2)
Resisted Range of Motion
218 (2)
Individual Muscle Profile
220 (21)
Sternocleidomastoid
220 (1)
Scalenes
221 (1)
Platysma
222 (1)
Longus Colli
223 (1)
Longus Capitis
224 (1)
Suprahyoids
225 (1)
Digastric
226 (1)
Infrahyoids
227 (1)
Splenius Capitis
228 (1)
Splenius Cervicis
229 (1)
Semispinalis
230 (1)
Rectus Capitis Posterior Major
231 (1)
Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor
232 (1)
Obliquus Capitus Superior
233 (1)
Obliquus Capitis Inferior
234 (1)
Rectus Capitis Anterior
235 (1)
Rectus Capitis Lateralis
236 (1)
Temporalis
237 (1)
Masseter
238 (1)
Medial Pterygoid
239 (1)
Lateral Pterygoid
240 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Head and Neck
241 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Jaw
242 (1)
Putting It in Motion
243 (4)
Chapter 7 Trunk

Overview of the Region
247 (1)
Surface Anatomy
248 (2)
Skeletal Structures
250 (6)
Bony Landmarks
256 (4)
Muscle Attachment Sites
260 (2)
Joints and Ligaments
262 (2)
Superficial Muscles
264 (1)
Intermediate Muscles
265 (1)
Deep Muscles
266 (2)
Special Structures
268 (6)
Posture of the Trunk
274 (2)
Movements Available: Trunk
276 (1)
Movements Available: Breathing
277 (1)
Resisted Range of Motion
278 (2)
Individual Muscle Profiles
280 (20)
Rectus Abdominus
280 (1)
External Oblique
281 (1)
Internal Oblique
282 (1)
Transverse Abdominus
283 (1)
Diaphragm
284 (1)
External Intercostals
285 (1)
Internal Intercostals
286 (1)
Iliocostalis
287 (1)
Longissimus
288 (1)
Spinalis
289 (1)
Quadratus Lumborum
290 (2)
Serratus Posterior Superior
292 (1)
Serratus Posterior Inferior
293 (1)
Semispinalis
294 (1)
Multifidi
295 (1)
Rotatores
296 (1)
Interspinalis
297 (1)
Intertransversarii
298 (1)
Other Muscles Involved in Breathing
299 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Trunk
300 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Breathing
301 (1)
Putting It in Motion
302 (5)
Chapter 8 Pelvis, Thigh, and Knee

Overview of the Region
307 (1)
Surface Anatomy
308 (2)
Skeletal Structures
310 (2)
Bony Landmarks of Skeletal Structures
312 (5)
Muscle Attachment Sites
317 (1)
Joints and Ligaments
318 (2)
Superficial Muscles
320 (2)
Deep Muscles
322 (2)
Special Structures
324 (2)
Posture of the Hip and Knee
326 (1)
Movements Available: Hip
327 (1)
Movements Available: Knee
328 (1)
Passive Range of Motion
329 (3)
Resisted Range of Motion
332 (3)
Individual Muscle Profiles
335 (29)
Psoas
335 (1)
Iliacus
336 (2)
Sartorius
338 (2)
Tensor Fascia Latae
340 (2)
Rectus Femoris Vastus Lateralis
342 (1)
Vastus Medialis
343 (1)
Vastus Intermedius
344 (2)
Pectineus
346 (1)
Adductor Brevis
347 (1)
Adductor Longus
348 (1)
Gracilis
349 (1)
Adductor Magnus
350 (1)
Gluteus Maximus
351 (1)
Gluteus Medius
352 (1)
Gluteus Minimus
353 (1)
Piriformis
354 (1)
Superior Gemellus
355 (1)
Inferior Gemellus
356 (1)
Obturator Internus
357 (1)
Obturator Externus
358 (1)
Quadratus Femorus
359 (1)
Biceps Femoris
360 (1)
Semimembranosis
361 (1)
Semitendinosis
362 (1)
Popliteus
363 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Hip
364 (1)
Synergists/Antagonists: Knee
365 (1)
Putting It in Motion
366 (5)
Chapter 9 Leg, Ankle, and Foot

Overview of the Region
371 (1)
Surface Anatomy
372 (2)
Skeletal Structures
374 (2)
Bony Landmarks of Skeletal Structures
376 (4)
Muscle Attachment Sites
380 (2)
Joints and Ligaments
382 (2)
Superficial Muscles
384 (2)
Deep Muscles
386 (2)
Special Structures
388 (2)
Posture of the Ankle and Foot
390 (1)
Movements Available: Ankle
391 (1)
Movements Available: Foot
392 (2)
Gait Cycle
394 (2)
Passive Range of Motion
396 (3)
Resisted Range of Motion
399 (3)
Individual Muscle Profiles
402 (15)
Tibialis Anterior
402 (1)
Extensor Digitorum Longus
403 (1)
Extensor Hallucis Longus
404 (1)
Peroneus Longus
405 (1)
Peroneus Brevis
406 (1)
Peroneus Tertius
407 (1)
Gastrocnemius
408 (1)
Soleus
409 (1)
Plantaris
410 (1)
Tibialis Posterior
411 (1)
Flexor Digitorum Longus
412 (1)
Flexor Hallucis Longus
413 (1)
Foot Intrinsic Muscles
414 (3)
Synergists/Antagonists: Ankle and Foot
417 (1)
Putting It in Motion
418 (5)
Appendix: Answers to chapter Review Questions 423 (4)
Glossary of Terms 427 (8)
Bibliography 435 (4)
Index 439

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