Musculoskeletal Anatomy Coloring Book, 3rd Edition
Reinforce your understanding of the musculoskeletal anatomy! Musculoskeletal Anatomy Coloring Book, 3rd Edition is a must if you’re taking massage, physical therapy, chiropractic, orthopedic, and all other manual and movement therapy courses. This latest edition includes online access to The Muscular System Manual’s companion Evolve site, which lets you view informative videos, take practice tests, and more! Focused specifically on musculoskeletal anatomy, this fun, interactive and engaging coloring book includes 635 high-quality illustrations. Each chapter focuses on key anatomic parts of the skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, and arterial system; plus, composite drawings of all body systems and structures provide a complete look at the anatomy you will need to know in practice.
- UNIQUE! Did You Know? feature in every muscle spread provides additional details to strengthen your understanding of musculoskeletal structures and functions.
- UNIQUE! Short-answer reviews test your knowledge and help you learn to interpret anatomic information.
- A unique focus on musculoskeletal anatomy reinforces concepts specific to manual therapy to help you study more efficiently.
- More than 630 high-quality, anatomically detailed illustrations enable easier, more effective review.
- Accurate, streamlined coverage of musculoskeletal information simplifies the review process and emphasizes concepts essential to manual therapy.
- A clean, consistent page layout clearly illustrates the relationship between muscles and surrounding muscle groups.
- Fill-in-the-blank self-study exercises with accompanying answer keys help you prepare for exams.
- NEW! Online access to The Muscular System Manual, 4th Edition’s Evolve site, enhances your review experience through interactive study tools including videos, The Interactive Muscle Program, practice test questions, Name That Muscle exercises, and more.
- NEW! Updated anatomy artwork helps you understand individual muscles as well as how they correspond to surrounding muscle groups.
INTRODUCTION: HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
CHAPTER 1: THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
Bones of the Head – Anterior View Bones of the Head – Lateral & Inferior Views Bones of the Neck – Anterior View Bones of the Neck – Posterior View Bones of the Trunk – Anterior View Bones of the Trunk – Posterior View Bones of the Pelvis and Thigh – Anterior View Bones of the Pelvis and Thigh – Posterior View Bones of the Leg – Anterior View Bones of the Leg – Posterior View Bones of the Foot – Dorsal View Bones of the Foot – Plantar View Bones of the Scapula and Arm – Anterior View Bones of the Scapula and Arm – Posterior View Bones of the Forearm – Anterior View Bones of the Forearm – Posterior View Bones of the Hand – Anterior View Bones of the Hand – Posterior View
CHAPTER 2: THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Muscles of the Head Muscles of the head – Anterior view Muscles of the head – Lateral view Occipitofrontalis Temporoparietalis and Auricularis Muscles Orb. Oculi and Lev. Palp. Sup Corrugator Supercilii, Procerus Nasalis and Depressor Septi Nasi Lev. Lab. Sup. Alaeq. Nasi & Lev. Lab. Superioris Zygomaticus Minor and Zygomaticus Major Levator Anguli Oris & Risorius Depressor Anguli Oris and Dep. Labii Inferioris Mentalis and Buccinator Orbicularis Oris Temporalis & Masseter Lateral Pterygoid and Medial Pterygoid
Muscles of the Neck Muscles of the Neck – Anterior View (superf) Muscles of the Neck – Anterior View (interm) Muscles of the Neck – Anterior View (deep) Muscles of the Neck – Lateral View Muscles of the Neck – Posterior View (superf & interm) Muscles of the Neck – Posterior View (interm & deep) Trapezius Splenius Capitis and Splenius Cervicis Levator Scapulae The Suboccipital Group Platysma Sternocleidomastoid Sternohyoid and Sternothyroid Thyrohyoid and Omohyoid Digastric and Stylohyoid Mylohyoid and Geniohyoid Anterior, Middle and Posterior Scalenes Longus Colli and Longus Capitis Rectus Capitis Anterior and Rectus Capitis Lateralis
Muscles of the Trunk Muscles of the Trunk – Post. View (superf & inter) Muscles of the Trunk – Post. View (deep) Muscles of the Trunk – Ant. View (superf & inter) Muscles of the Trunk – Ant. View (inter & deep) Muscles of the Trunk – Lat. View Muscles of the Trunk – Cross section Views Latissimus Dorsi Rhomboids Major and Minor Serratus Anterior Serratus Posterior Superior and Serratus Posterior Inferior Erector Spinae Group Iliocostalis, Longissimus, Spinalis Transversospinalis Group Semispinalis, Multifidus, Rotatores Quadratus Lumborum Interspinales and Intertransversarii Levatores Costarum and Subcostales Pectoralis Major Pectoralis Minor and Subclavius Ext. Intercostals and Int. Intercostals Rectus Abdominis Ext. Ab. Oblique and Int. Abd. Oblique Transversus Abd. and Transversus Thor Diaphragm
Muscles of the Pelvis Muscles of the Pelvis – Ant. View Muscles of the Pelvis – Lat.View Muscles of the Pelvis – Post. View (Superfic) Muscles of the Pelvis – Post.View (Deep) Psoas Major Iliacus Psoas Minor Gluteus Maximus Glut. Medius and Glut. Minimus Piriformis Sup. Gemellus, Obt. Int., Inf. Gemellus Obt. Externus, Quadratus Femoris
Muscles of the Thigh Muscles of the Thigh – Ant. View (Superf.) Muscles of the Thigh – Ant.View (Deep) Muscles of the Thigh – Post. View (Superf.) Muscles of the Thigh – Post.View (Deep) Muscles of the Thigh – Lat. View Muscles of the Thigh – Med.View Tensor Fasciae Latae Sartorius Rectus femoris Vastus Lat. And Vastus Med Vastus intermedius and Articularis Genus Pectineus and Gracilis Adductor Longus Adductor Brevis Adductor Magnus Biceps Femoris Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus
Muscles of the Leg Muscles of the Leg – Ant. View Muscles of the Leg – Post.View (Superf) Muscles of the Leg – Post.View (Interm) Muscles of the Leg – Post.View (Deep) Muscles of the Leg – Lat.View Muscles of the Leg – Med.View Tibialis Anterior Extensor Hallucis Longus Ext. Dig. Longus and Fib. Tertius Fibularis Longus and Fibularis Brevis Gastrocnemius and Soleus Plantaris and Popliteus Tibialis Posterior Flex. Dig.Longus Flex. Hall. Longus
Intrinsic Muscles of the Foot Intrinsic Muscles of the Foot – Dorsal. View Int. Muscles of the Foot – Plant. View Int. Muscles of the Foot – Plant. View Int. Muscles of the Foot – Plant. View Extensor Dig. Brevis & Ext. Hall.Brevis Abd. Hallucis & Abd. Dig. Min. Pedis Flexor Dig. Brevis Quad. Plantae & Lumbricals Pedis Flex. Hall. Brevis & Flex Dig Min Pedis Adductor Hallucis Plantar Inteross. & Dorsal Inteross. Pedis
Muscles of the Scapula/Arm Muscles of the Shoulder – Ant. View Muscles of the Shoulders – Post. View Anterior View of Arm (Superficial) Anterior View of Arm (Deep) Medial View of Arm Lateral View of Arm Posterior View of Arm Views of the Glenohumeral Joint (Ant and Post) Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus Teres Minor and Subscapularis Teres Major Deltoid Coracobrachialis Biceps Brachii and Brachialis Triceps Brachii
Muscles of the Forearm Muscles of the Forearm – Ant. View (Superf.) Muscles of the Forearm – Ant. View (Inter) Muscles of the Forearm – Ant. View (Deep) Pronators and Supinator Muscles of the Forearm – Post. View (Superf.) Muscles of the Forearm – Post. View (Deep) Muscles of the Forearm/Hand – Post. View Muscles of the Forearm/Hand – Post. View Pronator Teres & Pronator Quadratus Flex. Carpi Rad., Palmaris Longus, Flex Carpi Uln Brachioradialis Flex. Dig. Superf. & Flex. Dig. Profundus Flexor Pollicis Longus Anconeus Ext. Car. Rad.Long, Ext. Car. Rad. Brev, Ext Car. Uln Ext. Digitorum & Ext. Dig Min Supinator Abductor Pollicis Longus & Ext. Poll. Brevis Ext. Pollicis Longus & Ext. Indicis
Intrinsic Muscles of the Hand Palmar View of the Hand (Superf.) Palmar View of the Hand (Superf. muscular) Palmar View of the Hand (Deep muscular.) Dorsal View of the Hand Abductor Poll. Brev & Flex Poll. Brevis Opponens Poll. & Opponens Dig. Min Abd. Dig Min Man & Flex Dig Min Man Palmaris Brevis Adductor Pollicis & Lumbrical Manus Palmar Inteross & Dors. Interossei Manus
CHAPTER 3: THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
Abdomen Perineum Tongue Palate Pharynx Larynx Eye Ear
CHAPTER 4: THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
Cranial nerves Spinal Nerve cross section Cervical and Brachial plexuses Lumbar, Sacral and Coccygeal Plexuses Lower Extremity Innervation Upper Extremity Innervation
Joseph E. Muscolino, DC, Instructor, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, New York; Owner, The Art and Science of Kinesiology, Redding, Connecticut