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Edited by

Based on the work of

Anne M. Gilroy
Brian R. MacPherson
Lawrence M. Ross

Michael Schuenke
Erik Schulte
Udo Schumacher
Consulting Editors

jonas Broman
Anna josephson
Illustrations by

Karl Wesker



Atlas of Anatomy


Atlas of Anatomy
Edited by

Based on the work of

Anne M. Gilroy
Brian R. MacPherson
Lawrence M. Ross

Michael Schuenke
Erik Schulte
Udo Schumacher

Consulting Editors

Illustrations by

jonas Broman
Anna josephson

Markus Voll

New York· Stuttgart

New York. New York 1 0001

Developmenml Editor: Bridget N.Queenan
Editorial DirectDr, Eduartionol PrDducts: Cathrin Weinstein, MD
Senior PrDductlon Editor: Adelaide Elsie Starbecker

Based on the woric of Michael Schuenke, MD, PhD,

Notional Soles Manager: james Nunn

Enk Schulte, MD, and Udo Schumacher, MD

VIce President, PrDductlon and Electronic Publishing: Anne T.VInnlcombe
lntemotlonal Marketing ond Sales: Cornelia Schulze
Chief Financial Officer: Peter van Woerden
President: Brian D.Scanlan

Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.
333 Seventh Avenue

Director of Soles: Ross Lumpkin

Anne M. Gilroy, MA
Dept. of Cell Biology and Dept. of Surgery
University of MaSSilchusetts Medical School

Consulting Editors

55 lake Avenue North
Worcesb!r, MA

jonas Broman, PhD

Bnan R. MacPherson, PhD

Department of Neuroscience

Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology

Kilrolinska lnstitutet

MN225 Chandler Medical Center
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Lexington, KY 40536-0298

Anna josephson, MD, PhD

5-17177 Stockholm


Lawrence M. Ross, MD, PhD

Karl Wesker

Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy

Compositor: ICC Macmillan, Inc., Beverly, MA
Printer: Appl, Wemding, Germany

University ofTexas Medical School at Houston
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Librory ofCongress Cat:aloging-in-Publirotion Datu is available
from the publisher.

Michael Schuenke, MD, PhD

Referenas: Detailed references are available from the publisher

lnstitub! of Anatomy

upon request.

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Important note:

Medical knowledge is ever-<hanging. As new research

and clinical experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment

Enk Schulte, MD

and drug therapy may be required. The authors and editors of the mate-

Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology

rial herein have consulted sources believed to be reliable in their efforts

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to provide information that is complete and in accord with the standards

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accepted at the time of publication. However, in view of the possibility
of human error by the authors, editors, or publisher of the woric herein

D-55099 Mainz
Udo Schumacher, MD, FRCPath, CBiol, ABioi, DSc
lnstltub! of Anatomy II: Experimental Morphology
Center for Experimental Medicine
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Martrnrstrasse 52
D-20246 Hamburg

or changes in medical knowledge, neither the authors, editors, nor publisher, nor any other party who has been involved in the preparation of
this work, warrants that the information contained herein is in every
respect accurate or complete, and they ilre not responsible for ilny errors or omissions or for the results obtained from use of such information. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information contained
herein with other sources. For example, readers are advised to check
the product information sheet included in the package of each drug
they plan to administer to be certain that the lnfonmatlon contained In

Copyright Cl 2009 by Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.

this publication Is accurate and that changes have not been made In the

This book, Including all parts thereof, rs legally protected by copyright.

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Any use, exploitation, or commercialization outside the narrow limits

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Some of the product names, patents, and registered designs referred

preparation of microfilms, and electronic data processing and storage.

even though specific reference to this filet Is not always made In the text.

to In this book are In fact registered trademarks or proprietary names
Therefore, the appearance of a name without designation as proprietary
Is not to be construed as a representation by the publisher that It Is In the

ISBN 978-Hi0406-099-7

public domain.

To my father, Francis Gilroy, whose dedication to medicine
has been a greater Inspiration to me than he has ever realized;
to my students who lovingly tolerate, and sometimes share,
my passion for human anatomy; and most of all to my sons,
Colin & Bryan, whose love and support Itreasure beyond all else.

To my friend and mentor, Dr. Ken McFadden of the Division of
Anatomy at the University of Alberta, who ensured I received
the training in gross anatomy instruction required to be sue;
cessful, and to the thousands of professional students who I have
taught over the past 30 years honing these skills. However,
none of the success I've enjoyed during my time in academia
would have been possible without the constant support,
participation and encouragement of my wife, Cynthia Long.

To my wife, Irene: to the children, Chip, jennifer, jocelyn & Banry,
Tricia, Scott, Katie & Snapper, and Trey; and to my students who
have taught me so well.

This Atlas of Anatomy is, in my opinion, the finest single volume atlas of
human anatomy that has ever been created. Two factors mala! it so: the
Images and the way they have been organized.
The artists, Markus Voll and Kart Wesla!r, have created a new standard
of excellence In anatomical art. Their graceful use of transparency and
their sensitive representation of light and shadow give the reader an
accurate three-dimensional understanding of every stnucture.

The authors have organized the images so that they give just the flow
of information a student needs to build up a clear mental image of the
human body. Each two-page spread is a
lesson that unobtrusively shows the hand of an experienced and thoughtful teacher.
I wish I could have held this book in my hands when I was a student; I
envy any student who does so now.

Robert B.Acland
Louisville, KY


We would like ID tf1ank the authors of tf1e original award-winning
AnaiDmy Series Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher
for tf1elr work over tf1e course of many years.

We gratefully acknowledge the contribution of tf1e student translaiDrs
from the Karolinska Institute In SIDckholm, Sweden: Christoffer Brynte,
Fallman, jacob Lannerbro, and Hannah Sjiistedt.

We cordially thank the members of the Advisory Board
for their contributions.
• Bnuce M. Carlson, MD, PhD
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

• Francis Liuzzi, PhD
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Bradenton, Florida

• Derek Bryant (Class of 2011)
University of Toronto Medical School
Burlington, Ontario

• Graham Louw, PhD
University of Cape Town Medical School
University of Cape Town

• Peter Cole, MD
Glamorum Healing Centre
Orangeville, Ontario

• Estomih Mtui, MD
Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York

• Michael Droller, MD
The Mount Sinal Medical Center
New York, New York

• Srinivas Murthy, MD
Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts

• Anthony Flrtf1, PhD
Imperial College London

• Jeff Rlhn, MD

• Mark H. Hankin, PhD
University of Toledo, College of Medicine
Toledo, Ohio

• Lawrence Rizzolo, PhD
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut

• Katharine Hudson (Class of 2010)
McGill Medical School
Montreal, Quebec

• Mikel Snow, PhD
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California

• Christopher lee (Class of 201 0)
Harvard Medical School
Cambridge, Massachusetts

• Kelly Wright (Class of 2010)
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Detroit, Michigan

The Rothman Institute
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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