applied anatomy


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applied anatomy

[ə′plīd ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
A discipline that considers problems involving the biomechanical functions of a body.
The application of anatomical principles to specific fields of human endeavor, for example, surgical anatomy.
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The first of the two volumes begins with basic chapters on the patient/surgeon relationship and applied anatomy and aesthetics.
The applied anatomy is quite detailed, with colour photographs of surface anatomy and dissected cadavers.
Bogduk N and Macintosh JE (1984): The applied anatomy of the thoracolumbar fascia.
They address clinical and applied anatomy, biomechanics, genetic susceptibility, and basic knowledge of screws and plates; anterior and posterior approaches, the technique of harvesting bone grafts from the anterior and posterior iliac crest, and the evolution of surgical management; and various surgical techniques, their indications, methods, procedures, contraindications, postoperative care, complications, outcomes, and advantages and disadvantages.
Applied anatomy of the paranasal sinuses with emphasis on endoscopic surgery.
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